Not that Q

Aug 28



who would have thought anyone would get sick of Rich White Man Saves the World: the sequel

Maybe he should take the hint and, idk, make those?




who would have thought anyone would get sick of Rich White Man Saves the World: the sequel

Maybe he should take the hint and, idk, make those?

(via comicbookmisogyny)

Aug 27


Aug 26


I just need more black women in MCU. kthxbai.

(via dammit-mcu)


Anonymous said:
please please please tell us about your avengers recast

Omg I am so glad you asked

Tony Stark-Aldis Hodge


Please look me in the eye and tell me this man wasn’t born to play a Genius Billionaire Playboy Philanthropist. Tony Stark played by a man of color is the only proper Tony Stark

Steve Rogers-Michael B Jordan


Look at that smile and tell me this man isn’t Steve Rogers. Adorable as a puppy but would fuck up a nazi in a heartbeat. 

Clint Barton-Godfrey Gao


I actually can’t find the words for how much I need this man as Clint Barton. He’s perfect. Just playful enough, just brooding enough, just beautiful enough. He’s everything Clint Barton. 

Natasha Romanoff-Maggie Q


Need I say more?

Thor Odinson-Jason Momoa


Warrior prince with a heart of gold who just wants to protect people and fix his family? He is worthy. 

Bruce Banner-Sendhil Ramamurthy


Tell me he doesn’t give off an adorable scientist vibe who you just want to wrap in a blanket?

(via fandomshatequeerpeople)

Aug 25



Some of you are really cool folks and stuff, but you sometimes reblogs from people who either harrased me or harrased one of my friends and it just, really stressing…

I’m making this post as a “please, like/reblog this post if it’s okay to adress this and let you know about this person”.

In the same way, if I ever reblog from someone who is known for doing terrible things, please let me know and I’ll keep it in private if that’s your wish.

(via emeraldincandescent)






what im saying is that bisexuals, pansexual, and asexuals should all join together so we can be in the fictitious trifecta. enough people will say we’re not real and we’ll all converge together in a massive, fierce mass only spoken of in myth.  dont come near us or you too will cease to exist


can we include aromantics?


triforce of fabulousness


There we go, a shield to protect against the negativity

(via ace-thefinalfrontier)

(Source: wickedgirlssavingourselves, via saathi1013)

Aug 24


Fic where Steve has always felt broken and conflicted about his sexuality.
He loved Peggy a lot, and he’s always wanted a relationship: had crushes on men and women.
But he knew he wasn’t the same even as his other bisexual and gay friends.
He’d never wanted what other people talked about when they talked about love, never wanted sex or anything physical. Hadn’t understood what was wrong with himself, if it meant his feelings weren’t real.

Fast forward to the present. Steve is confused all over again because he thought it would be different with Sam… After all, one of the first things he’d felt when he’d met him was a strong attraction and appreciation for his physical beauty. He’d immediately been deep in Crush with him and wanted to be something to him, and then later, it had gotten stronger: he liked him so much, he wanted to be important in this guy’s life; wanted him to stay around basically all the time, forever.

And he rationalized to himself: after all, he’d never had a chance to relax with Peggy, but he KNOWS he loved her. He’d been head-over-heels smitten with her, felt like swooning when she gave him those bedroom eyes. Wanted all kinds of things. Surely the sexual feelings would have eventually happened, they did for everyone else. He just needs to let it happen with Sam.

But he still doesn’t feel anything sexual, even as he falls more desperately in love with Sam all the time.

And he’s elated when they mutually come out about their feelings for one another and start a relationship.
Sam says he’d like to take it slow physically and Steve agrees: grateful, but guilt-ridden and conflicted about how he’s going to proceed and how heartbroken Sam would be if he found out Steve can’t love him with everything he should have: that Steve is missing something vital.

But then Sam sits him down and (obviously taking a lot of maturity and courage to give Steve a talk he’s given people before) tells Steve he’s asexual.

Sam explains what asexuality is, answers Steve’s (increasingly detailed and awed) questions.

Yes, he feels romantic love (not all aces do) and he’s in love with Steve.
He finds people attractive, but he doesn’t feel any sexual attraction.
He loves other acts of intimacy like cuddling and backrubs and kissing.

He’s personally okay with being sexual with a partner he trusts, but it’s not something he needs
or wants- but a lot of asexuals don’t have sex at all, or are repulsed by it.

And finally says that he knows this could be a big stumbling-block for some people, but he would really like to make this work if Steve wants to.

And Steve’s so stunned and overcome that Sam thinks he’s taking the news badly, but Steve explains he thinks he may be ace too, so they talk about it and share their stories and feelings.

Of course cue epiphany and overwhelming sense of self-discovery and relief, as well as a super-happy ending and a deliriously happy ace superhero relationship.

I want to read all the fic about this!

(via maskedfangirl)