1. Walking Dead Actor Struggling to Find Other Roles

    project-casting:

    Walking Dead Actor Struggling to Find Other Roles

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    Walking Dead actor Steven Yeun is writing and producing his own projects to create better opportunities for Asian actors.

    Steven Yeun started working on his acting career in 2005. He left behind a lucrative career to movie to Chicago and become an actor. It is often times difficult to start a career as a working actor but, according to Steven Yeun it is even harder to do it as an Asian-American.

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  2. ilovedessert:

Oreo Truffles @ Side Street Bakery (by keith kendall)

    ilovedessert:

    Oreo Truffles @ Side Street Bakery (by keith kendall)

  3. rocksnob:

rocksnob:

rocksnob:

On the left is Richie, my fiancé, about a year and a half into our relationship and pre-t. He had come out as trans to me about a few months prior to that. On the right is Richie 4 years later and almost 3 years on testosterone. We’ve been together almost 5 years now and his birthday is coming up.
I created a secret top surgery fund for him in hopes to surprise him for his birthday on August 30th. I’m not at all expecting $5000 to be raised by then, in fact, I don’t have any kind of expectation towards the amount raised before his birthday. I just wanted to get this started for him as a surprise to remind him that there are so many people that love him and support him and are wishing him a happy birthday and I know any amount donated would be the best birthday surprise he could ever receive.
Right now, Richie doesn’t believe that top surgery will ever be a reality for him and I want to change that incredibly dangerous mind set. A whopping 41% of trans* people attempt suicide. Richie’s dysphoria, negativity and hopelessness has been growing at an alarming rate. I want to do everything I can to prevent and/or limit the amount of pain he has to deal with on a daily basis. Top surgery would undoubtably eliminate a big chunk of it.
Richie has been medically transitioning for almost 3 years. He has identified as trans for about 4 years. In that time, he has seen so many of his friends within the community get top surgery and it has been a silent struggle for him. He has become more reclusive, isolated and depressed. I don’t want Richie to ever feel inhibited by his body and/or isolated because of it. This year for his birthday, I want him to truly believe that top surgery is entirely possible for him and unquestionably going to happen in the near future. I can’t do that alone, so I’m reaching out to his family, friends, my followers on tumblr, as well as any kind strangers who may know what it feels like to deal with dysphoria or just want to help out an amazing guy who has done so much for others. I honestly can’t imagine anything better than knowing that we all helped make it possible for him to live happily, authentically and without fear or insecurity of his identity, by contributing to the single most liberating and defining moment in his life. I know top surgery will change his life forever and I know that it is something that will give him back that contagious spark and thirst for life that he used to have and remind him that he once thought the world was beautiful and it still is.
Please spread the word by reblogging and if you’re capable of donating anything, you have no idea how much it is appreciated. No amount is too little so please do not feel embarrassed if you can only donate a dollar or two, I’m still just as humbled by your generosity.
For those of you who have already donated and/or have been reblogging and sharing this with your followers or friends, I am forever indebted to you all.
The link to donate:
http://www.gofundme.com/topsecrettopsurgery
I will not stop reblogging this until he doesn’t ever have to worry about wearing a binder for 12+ hours a day and come home with bruises on his back, or be afraid that someone will see the outline of his binder through his shirt and be outed, or doesn’t have to close his eyes whenever he takes a shower because the sight of his chest right now makes him feel further disconnected from his body. This is no way to live and as his partner, I can’t sit idly by and allow him to continue half-living like this.

I’ve gotten in touch with Rodeoh.com, thanks to an amazing follower Stefanie. They have agreed to offer a $25 gift certificate to all contributors of $100 or more!!
If you haven’t, check out the website, there are so many great products from rodeoh and hopefully this will encourage more people to donate for a great cause!

    rocksnob:

    rocksnob:

    rocksnob:

    On the left is Richie, my fiancé, about a year and a half into our relationship and pre-t. He had come out as trans to me about a few months prior to that. On the right is Richie 4 years later and almost 3 years on testosterone. We’ve been together almost 5 years now and his birthday is coming up.

    I created a secret top surgery fund for him in hopes to surprise him for his birthday on August 30th. I’m not at all expecting $5000 to be raised by then, in fact, I don’t have any kind of expectation towards the amount raised before his birthday. I just wanted to get this started for him as a surprise to remind him that there are so many people that love him and support him and are wishing him a happy birthday and I know any amount donated would be the best birthday surprise he could ever receive.

    Right now, Richie doesn’t believe that top surgery will ever be a reality for him and I want to change that incredibly dangerous mind set. A whopping 41% of trans* people attempt suicide. Richie’s dysphoria, negativity and hopelessness has been growing at an alarming rate. I want to do everything I can to prevent and/or limit the amount of pain he has to deal with on a daily basis. Top surgery would undoubtably eliminate a big chunk of it.

    Richie has been medically transitioning for almost 3 years. He has identified as trans for about 4 years. In that time, he has seen so many of his friends within the community get top surgery and it has been a silent struggle for him. He has become more reclusive, isolated and depressed. I don’t want Richie to ever feel inhibited by his body and/or isolated because of it. This year for his birthday, I want him to truly believe that top surgery is entirely possible for him and unquestionably going to happen in the near future. I can’t do that alone, so I’m reaching out to his family, friends, my followers on tumblr, as well as any kind strangers who may know what it feels like to deal with dysphoria or just want to help out an amazing guy who has done so much for others. I honestly can’t imagine anything better than knowing that we all helped make it possible for him to live happily, authentically and without fear or insecurity of his identity, by contributing to the single most liberating and defining moment in his life. I know top surgery will change his life forever and I know that it is something that will give him back that contagious spark and thirst for life that he used to have and remind him that he once thought the world was beautiful and it still is.

    Please spread the word by reblogging and if you’re capable of donating anything, you have no idea how much it is appreciated. No amount is too little so please do not feel embarrassed if you can only donate a dollar or two, I’m still just as humbled by your generosity.

    For those of you who have already donated and/or have been reblogging and sharing this with your followers or friends, I am forever indebted to you all.

    The link to donate:
    http://www.gofundme.com/topsecrettopsurgery

    I will not stop reblogging this until he doesn’t ever have to worry about wearing a binder for 12+ hours a day and come home with bruises on his back, or be afraid that someone will see the outline of his binder through his shirt and be outed, or doesn’t have to close his eyes whenever he takes a shower because the sight of his chest right now makes him feel further disconnected from his body. This is no way to live and as his partner, I can’t sit idly by and allow him to continue half-living like this.

    I’ve gotten in touch with Rodeoh.com, thanks to an amazing follower Stefanie. They have agreed to offer a $25 gift certificate to all contributors of $100 or more!!

    If you haven’t, check out the website, there are so many great products from rodeoh and hopefully this will encourage more people to donate for a great cause!

  4. Chris Pratt interrupts the interview to french braid intern’s hair x

  5. dietkiller:

Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream

    dietkiller:

    Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream

  6. dietkiller:

Lemon Parmesan Asparagus

    dietkiller:

    Lemon Parmesan Asparagus

  7. dietkiller:

S’mores Cheesecakes

    dietkiller:

    S’mores Cheesecakes

  8. favorite ladies: lucy liu

    "Everything I buy is vintage and smells funny. Maybe that’s why I don’t have a boyfriend." 

  9. greekgodsforsocialjustice:

sexceptionul:

As I was waiting for my ride today coming home from the academic center at my university, I was looking at a cube-shaped cork board full of advertisements and notices. I walked around the back (the side no one can see) and I noticed this sign, drawing attention to eating disorder statistics among males. Having many male friends with eating disorders, I subconsciously decided that this was more important than any awards show going on in April.
I removed the thumb-tack from the top of the poster and I held the sheet out to read it for just a moment. At that second, a woman with a slight Jamaican accent walked into the building and addressed me. Our conversation went a bit like this:
"Are you taking our signs down?""No, no, ma’am, I’m putting this one back up. I moved it.""What’s that one about, then?""Oh, it’s statistics about males with eating disorders. It was in the back.""Boys with eating disorders? You mean boys don’t eat?"
At this point I was sort of appalled that she was so oblivious to the fact that boys suffer, too.
"Yeah," I said. "Some boys eat too much, others don’t eat nearly enough.""Oh, really?""Yes. I felt that this poster shouldn’t be hidden in the back of the others. This is something that needs drawn attention to. People don’t normally associate eating disorders or self-injury with males, but it’s there and it’s happening, and more people need to see this. I want others to be aware."
She looked at me for a moment, smiled, and simply said, “Thank you.” I glanced up just in time to see the security guard standing near me smiling at me, too. He placed his hands behind his back, smiled, and just nodded.
Boys suffer, too. Eating disorders are a real epidemic, and they affect, both, girls and boys. Stay strong guys, because there are people looking out for you, too. ♡

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    greekgodsforsocialjustice:

    sexceptionul:

    As I was waiting for my ride today coming home from the academic center at my university, I was looking at a cube-shaped cork board full of advertisements and notices. I walked around the back (the side no one can see) and I noticed this sign, drawing attention to eating disorder statistics among males. Having many male friends with eating disorders, I subconsciously decided that this was more important than any awards show going on in April.

    I removed the thumb-tack from the top of the poster and I held the sheet out to read it for just a moment. At that second, a woman with a slight Jamaican accent walked into the building and addressed me. Our conversation went a bit like this:

    "Are you taking our signs down?"
    "No, no, ma’am, I’m putting this one back up. I moved it."
    "What’s that one about, then?"
    "Oh, it’s statistics about males with eating disorders. It was in the back."
    "Boys with eating disorders? You mean boys don’t eat?"

    At this point I was sort of appalled that she was so oblivious to the fact that boys suffer, too.

    "Yeah," I said. "Some boys eat too much, others don’t eat nearly enough."
    "Oh, really?"
    "Yes. I felt that this poster shouldn’t be hidden in the back of the others. This is something that needs drawn attention to. People don’t normally associate eating disorders or self-injury with males, but it’s there and it’s happening, and more people need to see this. I want others to be aware."

    She looked at me for a moment, smiled, and simply said, “Thank you.” I glanced up just in time to see the security guard standing near me smiling at me, too. He placed his hands behind his back, smiled, and just nodded.

    Boys suffer, too. Eating disorders are a real epidemic, and they affect, both, girls and boys. Stay strong guys, because there are people looking out for you, too. ♡

    This needs more notes. 

  10. you look fucking stupid in a dress, DUDE

    dajo42:

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    come closer one second

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    little closer

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    okay close enough

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    i have a simple question: which of us is wearing a crown?

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    that would be me.

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    do you know what this crown means?

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    it means i look fucking cute

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    and you’re the human embodiment of a sore butt

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    now as your fucking queen, i royally declare

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    that i am beautiful and you are a listerine enema

    • First episode of Orange is the New Black: Wow this theme song is long
    • Halfway through the season: THE ANIMALS THE ANIMALS IS TRAPPED TRAPPED TRAPPED TILL THE CAGE IS FULL THE CAGE IS FULL THE DAY IS NEW AND EVERYONE IS WAITING WAITING ON YOU AND YOOOOOOOOOOUVE GOT TIIIIIIIIIIIIIIME

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