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Javier Navarrete - Pan's Labyrinth Lullaby
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maxkirin:

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#121
No, it has not been ‘too’ long.
No, you haven’t ‘lost’ the spark.
You can always get back into writing. All you need to do is write.

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maxkirin:

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#121

No, it has not been ‘too’ long.

No, you haven’t ‘lost’ the spark.

You can always get back into writing. All you need to do is write.

Want more writerly content? Follow maxkirin.tumblr.com!

codyjohnston:

This is how some people actually think. This is what some people took away from all of that “sharing” talk in Kindergarten. That sharing doesn’t require consent. It simply requires a desire to have what someone else has.
"You deserved this because… you would never date me."
Take out a few more words and it becomes even more clear:

"You deserved this because me."

There are a lot of similar comments on my recent Ferguson article from white males. “Yeah, black people have it bad, but so do I! We’re all human beings in this together!”
Not really. Not here. Not in this country, and certainly not seen in these people’s statements. The people above are human beings who feel they have more rights and privileges than the women they’re violating. They deserve more respect and more things simply because they want. White men are human beings, but white women are women. Black women are black women.
And when practically every person within one of those “not quite a full human being” groups says something is true of how they are (mis)treated, ‘Ol Dick Whitey comes in and makes it about them. Not about white men in general, though, about one specific white man: whoever is talking at the time. They hear millions of people, and they shush them because they think “their” movie’s being ruined. Change your fucking seat, bro.
I deserved this because I wanted it.
You deserved this because me.

codyjohnston:

This is how some people actually think. This is what some people took away from all of that “sharing” talk in Kindergarten. That sharing doesn’t require consent. It simply requires a desire to have what someone else has.

"You deserved this because… you would never date me."

Take out a few more words and it becomes even more clear:

"You deserved this because me."

There are a lot of similar comments on my recent Ferguson article from white males. “Yeah, black people have it bad, but so do I! We’re all human beings in this together!”

Not really. Not here. Not in this country, and certainly not seen in these people’s statements. The people above are human beings who feel they have more rights and privileges than the women they’re violating. They deserve more respect and more things simply because they want. White men are human beings, but white women are women. Black women are black women.

And when practically every person within one of those “not quite a full human being” groups says something is true of how they are (mis)treated, ‘Ol Dick Whitey comes in and makes it about them. Not about white men in general, though, about one specific white man: whoever is talking at the time. They hear millions of people, and they shush them because they think “their” movie’s being ruined. Change your fucking seat, bro.

I deserved this because I wanted it.

You deserved this because me.

notthepajamas:

I finally made a “Which Gintama character are you?" quiz ♪(´ε` )

ket3:

my mermaid fantasy seems only getting intense

ket3:

my mermaid fantasy seems only getting intense