Style icons tbh.
Reblog if you would continue watching Supernatural if Dean and Castiel became a canon couple
If you would stop watching, reblog this post.
This is an experiment to test the effects of this relationship on the viewing audience.
6000+ NOTES IN AN HOUR! MY FAITH IN HUMANITY IS RESTORED!
My favorite comments so far:
I’d continue watching and be so happy that people’d probably hear me shouting in other states!
Hamda Al Fahim
Fall/ Winter 2013 Collection
Look at These Disco-Dancing Goths!
Brighten up your afternoon with this mashup montage of gloomy-faced Goths shaking it to Bee Gee’s 1976 single “You Should Be Dancing.”
Eva Green by Ellen von Unwerth
PLEASE REBOLG THIS! We need this film to happen. Please, watch and spread the word. My daughter and her father’s family are from this reservation. People need to know what really happens on native land.
This is too real
Yes, this post is more fitting for Zellainist, but I’ll post it there after this.
Before moving to Arizona I had very little knowledge of reservation lands, the conditions or the politics surrounding tribal law. (The most I had heard about it was stories from when my dad was growing up going to school with kids that bullied him for not being native enough because his dad was white.)
Since moving from California to Arizona native lands and tribal politics has become something impossible to ignore. A good portion of the area I live in now is tribal land with tribal owned businesses, casinos and strip malls. Anytime you hear non-native people here talk about the goings on with those shopping centers, trying to figure out why they’re empty or why construction has been halted, the general white-whine consensus is that the native’s “shouldn’t be so greedy” and “should just agree to let businesses in already.” (Oh, I fucking hate living in such a conservative area, believe me.) Despite the fact that they aren’t being offered the same benefits for doing so as the city run businesses in the area.
Conditions on native land in this country are really depressing and politics relating to them are messy, unfair and generally awful.
I would love to see this film made because it’s important to be made aware of things like this so we can work to improve these situations.