purrinces:

accio-aj:

4 and a half years difference, I finally recognise myself in the mirror.
Age 18 at my mum’s wedding in may 2010, a tough day having to wear a dress and attempt to look comfortable in it, but i got to change into a shirt and jeans after the ceremony/photos, the family had a great day so i couldn’t complain xD and then now at 2 years on testosterone and about 3 years after “coming out”.

this gives me so much hope with my transition 

foreverpruned:

black-american-queen:

dapenguinninja:

giddytf2:

gyrojojo:

leylatimur:

yeeees

why is Ursula shunned from King Triton’s society? does it have something to do with being more powerful than him? why does King Triton have a magical trident, being otherwise a pretty regular merman? Ursula is a witch, if anyone should have a magical artifact it should be her, did King Triton steal it?

and finally, Ursula didn’t do Ariel much wrong

Ariel wanted some legs (and a vagina) and Ursula told her flat out that in the surface world you can have a vagina or a voice, not both

i’d watch the hell out of a movie about Ursula

Ursula told her flat out that in the surface world you can have a vagina or a voice, not both”

ohhhh shit though, ursula was being too real about the world

although perhaps a bit too literal

Okay, these were all excellent points and I’ll never see The Little Mermaid the same way again.

I laughed at that caption at first then the reality actually hit me

you can have a vagina or a voice, not both”

(Source: tybalt-tisk)

misc-c0splay:

STOP. THIS BEHAVIOR IS UNHEALTHY AND ABNORMAL. IT IS A SIGN THAT SOMETHING IS VERY WRONG. 
This behavior is known as STARGAZING. Stargazing describes this unusual body position that is seen in some reptiles, especially snakes, which suffer from a disease or injury that inhibits the normal function of the central nervous system (i.e., the brain and spinal cord). This, in turn, causes the affected reptiles to twist their heads and necks to look upwards, among other things. Stargazing is not a disease in and of itself, but is a symptom or sign of other disorders and especially a sign of PAIN. The most important disease associated with this behavior is a viral infection that afflicts most captive snakes is called inclusion body disease. Inclusion Body Disease (IBD) is an incurable ailment that afflicts captive Boa Constrictors, Pythons, and a variety of other snakes.
Stargazing behavior can be seen with any disease or condition that adversely affects a reptile’s central nervous system. Some of the most common include:

Traumatic injuries
Excessively high or low body temperatures
Exposure to toxic substances
Infections with bacteria, parasites, viruses or other microorganisms

Stargazing and other unique symptoms include abnormal tongue flicking, loss of coordination, and paralysis. If your snake is rolling over, cannot stay upright, is disoriented, having tremors, seizures, is holding its mouth open, crinkling its body up in an attempt to move forward but doesn’t, and if it cannot right itself when tipped over onto its back? Something is wrong and immediate medical attention is needed!
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misc-c0splay:

STOP. 

THIS BEHAVIOR IS UNHEALTHY AND ABNORMAL. IT IS A SIGN THAT SOMETHING IS VERY WRONG. 

This behavior is known as STARGAZING. Stargazing describes this unusual body position that is seen in some reptiles, especially snakes, which suffer from a disease or injury that inhibits the normal function of the central nervous system (i.e., the brain and spinal cord). This, in turn, causes the affected reptiles to twist their heads and necks to look upwards, among other things. Stargazing is not a disease in and of itself, but is a symptom or sign of other disorders and especially a sign of PAIN. The most important disease associated with this behavior is a viral infection that afflicts most captive snakes is called inclusion body diseaseInclusion Body Disease (IBD) is an incurable ailment that afflicts captive Boa Constrictors, Pythons, and a variety of other snakes.

Stargazing behavior can be seen with any disease or condition that adversely affects a reptile’s central nervous system. Some of the most common include:

  • Traumatic injuries
  • Excessively high or low body temperatures
  • Exposure to toxic substances
  • Infections with bacteria, parasites, viruses or other microorganisms

Stargazing and other unique symptoms include abnormal tongue flicking, loss of coordination, and paralysis. If your snake is rolling over, cannot stay upright, is disoriented, having tremors, seizures, is holding its mouth open, crinkling its body up in an attempt to move forward but doesn’t, and if it cannot right itself when tipped over onto its back? Something is wrong and immediate medical attention is needed!

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