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subliminaltwist:

support group for people who can’t stop watching the “Anaconda” music video

btw lol at the end with Drake

Nicki is basically rubbing her ass against his crotch and when he tries to touch she hits his hand

this is why i tend to avoid her videos as much as i can

Yes. She was giving him a lap dance, and she slaps his hand away. It was funny.

The original post was not serious. It was me saying that I can’t stop watching the “Anaconda” music video because I genuinely enjoy it.

stilinski-is-the-king:

crystalhollnd:

bootywolves:

imagine what stiles must look like to the other kids at beacon hills high. like he thinks that everyone thinks he’s just a loser, but they’re actually just really intimated by him? 

"that’s stiles stilinski. one time he actually kidnapped the captain of the lacrosse team. and sometimes he shows up to school with all sorts of bruises cuts. and he’s always being questioned by the police. im pretty sure he’s dating that scary guy with the leather jacket. i think they’re in a gang." 

#’i don’t know what he did to lydia martin but she talks to him now’#’i think he threatened her’#’remember they went to that dance together last year and she was in the hospital and then ran around the woods for a couple days?’#’pretty sure he hypnotized her or something’#from an outsider’s perspective stiles is terrifying (x)

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Russian Authorities Forced To Allow A Same-Sex Wedding #Trans

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Two blushing brides were legally married in Russia this week, even though same-sex marriage was made illegal in the country in 2013.

Scandalized Russian bureaucrats were outraged, but they were trapped by their own discriminatory laws. Alina Davis and Allison Brooks are now legally married.

Alina Davis, a 23-year-old trans woman, and Allison Brooks, her 19-year-old partner, walked into the Moscow registry office in matching wedding dresses and asked for a marriage license. Alina said later on her VK page (Like a Russian Facebook) that the clerk called them the “shame of the family” and told them they needed medical treatment.

Alina joked of her partner’s reaction:

"I was afraid my pussycat would beat the fuck out of her." 

In the end, the disproving clerks had no choice but to issue a license to the young couple, because Alina, (once Dmitry Kozhukhov) who was born male, is recognized as a male in Russia. The ladies married immediately at the registry, punctuating their legal marriage with a long and happy kiss. 

I find there is a profound and satisfying irony in the fact the women used a law born from transphobia to defeat a law born of homophobia. 

Congratulations to the newlyweds!

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