omfg I was walking home from the bus stop and I saw this elderly couple where this woman was pushing her husband in a wheelchair and I was like “aw that’s cute” but as I got closer to them I heard them talking and she was like “you’re a huge asshole, tom” and he was like “JUST PUSH ME INTO A DITCH”
when my friend told her drug dealer that she was transgender he immediately started using the correct pronouns for her and her parents dont so theres an issue there
the internet summed up in one gif set
I feel like this guy any time I go into the health center because while most of the patients and their parents are logical normal people, there are a few crystal suckers who legitimately think all the BS they come across is true. 8I
I don’t think people realise how hard it is to re-discover the person you were before depression or even try to remember your own personality
college application: worth 10 goats on howmanygoats.com
college: ur in
On Tuesday’s episode of ABC’s The View, Marvel Comics announced that the character of Thor is now female thanks to a switch in possession of the Mjölnir.
The title, not the person under the mask, is switching gender because of who now holds the hammer.
“It’s a huge day in the Marvel Universe. Thor, the God of Thunder, he messed up, and he’s no longer worthy to hold that damn hammer of his,” said Whoopi Goldberg in an announcement set up by Marvel this morning. “For the first time in history, that hammer is being held by a woman. That’s right. Thor is a woman.”
Thor series writer Jason Arron stressed in a follow up statement that this is the new Thor. “This is not She-Thor. This is not Lady Thor. This is not Thorita. This is THOR. This is the THOR of the Marvel Universe. But it’s unlike any Thor we’ve ever seen before.”
Added Marvel in a statement, “no longer is the classic Thunder God able to hold the mighty hammer, Mjölnir, and a brand new female hero will emerge worthy of the name THOR.”
The new series, Marvel says, will “speak directly to an audience that long was not the target for super hero comic books in America: women and girls.”It just keeps getting better.