Send a flower fairy!!
Acorn Fairy:Favorite prank you've ever seen/done?
Almond Blossom Fairy:Something difficult you've done in order to succeed?
Apple Blossom Fairy:What would you like your future self to be like?
Beechnut Fairy:A prayer, rhyme, or saying that is special to you?
Bird's-Foot Trefoil Fairy:Strangest thing you've ever found?
Blackberry Fairy:Someone that you are envious of?
Blackthorn Fairy:A very difficult moment in your life?
BlueBell Fairy:A strange superstition that you have?
Bugle Fairy:Who would you protect no matter what?
Candytuft Fairy:Something that you're indifferent to? (don't really care about that everyone else makes a big fuss over)
Canterbury Bell Fairy:Your favorite song you like to sing when you're bored?
Cherrytree Fairy:Something you're very knowledgeable of?
Chicory Fairy:Something you love to do that keeps you energized?
Christmas Tree Fairy:Your favorite gift you have ever received
Columbine Fairy:What is your favorite comedy?
Daisy Fairy:Are you a morning person?
Double Daisy Fairy:What is something you're still unsure of?
Elderberry Fairy:One time you've helped solve a dispute?
Elm Tree Fairy:A place you've always wanted to see?
Forget-me-not Fairy:A special memory of love?
Fuchsia Fairy:A childhood wonder that you've always kept?
Gorse Fairy:What is something you're proud of?
Hawthorn Fairy:Something that gives you hope?
Heliotrope Fairy:A philosophy or religion you follow?
Holly Fairy:Ever had your future told?
Honeysuckle Fairy:Favorite song to dance to?
Jasmine Fairy:Your favorite item to decorate your house with?
Laburnum Fairy:What is your favorite musical instrument?
Lavender Fairy:Something that makes you wary?
Lilac Fairy:A moment that made you realize something amazing? Or world changing?
Lily of the Valley Fairy:A time you had to practice restraint?
Michaelmas Daisy Fairy:A regret you have?
Mountain Ash Fairy:Your favorite way to banish something from your life?
Mulberry Fairy:Something naughty/illegal you've always wanted to do?
Narcissus Fairy:Your favorite feature of yourself?
Nasturtium Fairy:Something you are proud of?
Nightshade Fairy:Someone you would never lie to?
Pear Blossom Fairy:what do you find the most fun to do?
Phlox Fairy:Something you wish you could do over again?
Pine Tree Fairy:What is the worst joke/trick anyone has played on you?
Poppy Fairy:Your most important victory?
Primrose Fairy:Favorite childhood memory?
Ragged Robin Fairy:What is your favorite dancing style?
Ragwort Fairy:where would you like to travel to?
Red Campion Fairy:What cheers you up when you're sad?
Red Clover Fairy:What is your dream job?
Rose Fairy:Someone you love the most and why?
Rosebay Willow-herb Fairy:Favorite pass-time?
Rose Hip Fairy:Favorite food?
Sloe Fairy:What do you think is hard to do?
Snowdrop Fairy:Favorite Season?
Speedwell Fairy:favorite color?
Stitchwort Fairy:Favorite constellation?
Strawberry Fairy:What is the thing you want the most?
Sweet Chestnut Fairy:What injustice angers you the most?
Sweet Pea Fairy:Pain or pleasure?
Traveller's Joy Fairy:Last vacation you had?
Tulip Fairy:What color are your eyes?
Wayfaring Tree Fairy:A journey you wish to take?
White Bindweed Fairy:the person/thing you can always depend on?
Wild Cherry Blossom Fairy:The best lie you've ever told?
Wild Rose Fairy:What are you afraid of?
Winter Jasmine Fairy:Someone that helps you often?
Yew Fairy:Something that makes you sad?

today i got called a fag in my first real anon hatemail

fun day

2,134 notes • 3:07 AM

spaceman-spliff:

dekannibaal:

youthquakeroats:

apolonisaphrodisia:

Thom Browne 2014-2015

I luv u Thom Browne

i do believe mr dan bones will be doing another collaboration with thom browne for some future collection since he killed it for the fall 2013 one.

"ok fuck, this is not what i thought would happen when i decided to be a model"- all of these guys

that first elephant one is cool tho

terfs are out there comparing people being pissed at them to nazis bc why wouldn’t their transmisogynistic bullshit be totally interlinked with their racism, anti-semitism, & white supremacy?

cantrelate:

theroguefeminist:

fegeleh:

ashkenazi-autie:

hckleinman:

ashkenazi-autie:

I’m scared of what would happen after they register…

I googled it. Multiple news sources are covering this. This is actually happening. This is terrifying.

My first thought is that this would lead to something bigger. I don’t know if it would be on the scale of the Holocaust, but registering of Jews was an early part of it.

i want to reblog this 1000000000000099999 times im fucking flipping my fucking shit here

after kansas city shooting i fucking like didnt sleep and now this and i feel like fucking harry potter when theyre all like figuring out voldemorts coming back “it feels like it did before…HE’S back”

except antisemitism never left, it never disappeared

i duno how to handle this fear and these fucking horrible feelings and the fear and anxiety and

this needs way more notes
i read that its unclear where the flyers came from
and the government might not be behind it
but still

what the fuck?? wasn’t bandera a fascist/anti-semite anyway?? whaaaat the fuck this is fucked

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7,333 notes • 4:26 PM

cantrelate:

red-lipstick:

Ana Teresa Barboza (b. 1981, Lima, Peru)    Transfer and Embroidery on Fabric

I love this, visceral.

(Source: anateresabarboza.blogspot.com)

audscratprophetlilith:

roxylalonde:

put a stop to cis girls calling their sexual arousal for someone a “lady boner”

When cis women refer to “lady boners” it’s considered funny and cute. When trans women refer to “lady boners” it’s considered gross and violating. OH BUT I’M SURE CISSEXISM AND TRANSMISOGYNY HAVE NOTHING TO DO WITH—wait, sorry, no, it has everything to do with it.

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glintglimmergleam:

In the month between Purim and Passover this year, I have been struck by a poignant and powerful connection between Esther and Moses — they are both hesitant, assimilated saviors, pushed by circumstance and threat to speak up for a community they each left long ago.

Moses, who is raised in the Egyptian palace and makes his adult home among the Midianites in the desert, has never known his birth family or his fellow Jews. He has excellent reason to be reluctant to return: a stutterer and a fugitive, Moses hardly cuts the most impressive figure. Couldn’t God have found a more charismatic and influential lobbyist?  Isn’t Pharoah’s ungrateful-foster-son-the-criminal literally the worst person to soften his heart against genocide?

Esther is stolen from her community by the servants of King Ahasuerus because she is a beautiful virgin and thus fits the incredibly measly criteria to be his next wife. Upon entering the harem — where she will live out the rest of her days, whether she is chosen as queen or not — she abandons her Jewish identity as a matter of safety. Her childhood with Uncle Mordechai must be forbidden and forgotten as is the unlucky Vashti. It is not until she has spent nine years in the palace (four waiting in the harem, then five as queen) that Haman devises his plan for genocide.  Nine years since she last stepped outside the walls, and yet she now is to risk death by approaching the king on behalf of a people she has spent her adulthood disavowing?

We should also note also their names: neither uses a Jewish one.  Moses is an Egyptian name, given him by Pharoah’s daughter when she draws him from the Nile. Whatever his birth mother Jochebed called him goes unrecorded. Esther is a Persian name, almost certainly derived in homage to the goddess Ishtar.  In abandoning her Hebrew name (Hadassah, which means myrtle) and faith, she chooses one as diametrically opposed to the old ways as possible.

Moses and Esther are two of the most beloved and important figures in Tanakh, and yet we speak of them only with their assimilated, goyische names. We praise them and celebrate them while acknowledging the full complexity of their upbringing and their adulthood. They did not live religious lives; they both married non-Jewish people; they both had to be talked into becoming the heroes that they are.

The Jewish community — in particular its leaders and its parents — has agonized for millenia over the issue of assimilation. What are we if we do not continue our faith and our history and our culture?  How can we survive as a people while immigrants and refugees in foreign lands, far from home?  Does it make a difference if we assimilate out of hate or love?  Out of enthusiasm or fear?  What if our assimilation was chosen for us and we do not know how to return? 

I have no answers, only questions.  But this year, I look to Moses and to Esther and think — they assimilated.  They, too, were lost and confused.  They knew themselves only by non-Jewish names, they were adrift and and scared and in the minority. They used their knowledge of non-Jewish cultures and politics and values to the whole nation’s benefit. They were alone and they were brave and they were inspirational.  

We can continue in the paths of our semi-assimilated ancestors.  We can be brave and inspirational — and most of all complex — too.