A lot of people ask us about some good horror films, so I’ve decided to make a post linking people to some I liked. What is scary to one person might not be scary to another person, but I’ll try to include a broad range of movies. If you would…
A friend in need (1690 words) by trr_rr Chapters: 1/1 Fandom: Hannibal (TV) Rating: Explicit Warnings: Author Chose Not To Use Archive Warnings, Rape/Non-Con Relationships: Will Graham/Hannibal Lecter Additional Tags: Prison, Hand Jobs, Dubious Consent, Crying, Dirty Talk Summary:
Will can’t reach release in prison. Hannibal comes for a visit.
In the process of losing all my teeth to grinding + past history of eating disorder. Whenever someone tells me “it’s just stress” I tell them yeah, stress, the stuff that causes heart attacks! Fuck “just”.
the concept of trigger warnings entering mainstream awareness is very frequently leading to bullshit like:
"but if we start putting TWs on everything how will these people ever learn to cope with their trauma????"
like excuse me but you obviously aren’t a trained professional and know nothing about how exposure therapy or PTSD treatments actually work, so shut the fuck up because nobody cares what you think, your opinions are 100% irrelevant
But, like, if we start making buildings so that they can accomodate people with disabilities, we’re totes discouraging them from learning to cope with their disabilities, amirite?
Step 1: Comment on a woman’s attractiveness on every single occasion in every single venue no matter how irrelevant it is. Build up a dating culture entirely dependent on a female’s beauty. Teach children that only attractive women will ever get anywhere in life, will ever be praised, will ever find love and have a family, will ever have a chance at happiness, are worth knowing, are worth being.
Step 2: Mock women for caring about how they look. Call them shallow.
it takes ten seconds to tag something and forty five minutes to hours to calm down from a panic attack. think about that for a second
and totally feel comfortable enough to ask me to tag something that bothers you bc there are so many things that trigger people that i wouldn’t even think about and i’m sorry if i do that but let me know!
Please tell me if you need something tagged. Please please please. I will without any hesitation.
In tonight’s State of the Union speech, we’re likely to hear a lot about the nation’s continuing recovery from the Great Recession, and about President Obama’s determination to run an executive end-run around obstructionist Republicans in order to kick the economy into a higher gear.
But as the nation pauses for this annual moment of reflection on our fiscal and social health, too many leading indicators get short shrift. Here are 27 statistics – on unemployment, inequality, the drug war, defense spending, climate change and more – that underscore the troubled reality of America in 2014:
1. New income generated since 2009 that has gone to the top 1 percent: 95 percent
2. Financial wealth controlled by the bottom 60 percent of all Americans: 2.3 percent