zeldathemes
Never Knowingly Be Serious
Name is CJ. Loyal Crusader for Stephanie Brown, lover of comics, waffles, Cherry Coke, Doctor Who (obvs), Supernatural, Green Day, MCR, Marianas Trench, Harry Potter, Sci-Fi and most things Whedon and/or Abrams. And of course cupcakes (because…duh!). Mostly I just post stuff I think is cool and talk nonsense with some of my favorite people in the world but I'm determined that in the New Year I'll start posting some writing and photo projects (so y'all gotta hold me to my promise!). Unless you’re chocolate flavored, I promise not to bite so don’t be shy (Trust me, I’m shy enough for us both!).


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fyeahpoisonivy:

[Image: A full color illustration of DC comics characters Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and Catwoman. They are standing in front of a bright light with bats flying all around them. They are all smiling and looking at the viewer confidently.]
phrrmp:

Gotham City Sirens by jasric

fyeahpoisonivy:

[Image: A full color illustration of DC comics characters Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, and Catwoman. They are standing in front of a bright light with bats flying all around them. They are all smiling and looking at the viewer confidently.]

phrrmp:

Gotham City Sirens by jasric

ericnorseman:

❝ I am Vulcan, sir. We embrace technicality.❞

It turns out procrastination is not typically a function of laziness, apathy or work ethic as it is often regarded to be. It’s a neurotic self-defense behavior that develops to protect a person’s sense of self-worth.

You see, procrastinators tend to be people who have, for whatever reason, developed to perceive an unusually strong association between their performance and their value as a person. This makes failure or criticism disproportionately painful, which leads naturally to hesitancy when it comes to the prospect of doing anything that reflects their ability — which is pretty much everything.
Can we just take a moment to consider the hypocrisy of having an article criticizing Katy Perry’s (albeit shameful) definition of feminism (along with other celebs as well) being followed by an article that has nothing else to say than what McKeller is WEARING??? 

This is precisely why we still need feminism. For shame, HuffPost.

Can we just take a moment to consider the hypocrisy of having an article criticizing Katy Perry’s (albeit shameful) definition of feminism (along with other celebs as well) being followed by an article that has nothing else to say than what McKeller is WEARING???

This is precisely why we still need feminism. For shame, HuffPost.

fyeahpoisonivy:

[Image: A full color illustration of DC comics character Poison Ivy from the shoulders up. Her body is turned to the side but she is looking at the viewer from the corner of her eye.]
thehappysorceress:

Pin-up Portrait: Poison by Cris Delara

fyeahpoisonivy:

[Image: A full color illustration of DC comics character Poison Ivy from the shoulders up. Her body is turned to the side but she is looking at the viewer from the corner of her eye.]

thehappysorceress:

Pin-up Portrait: Poison by Cris Delara

sharislade:

true story

sharislade:

true story

when-it-rains-it-snows:

I would love to tell you that I spent even a full minute resisting the urge to paint this classic coffee joke with Hawkeyes, but I did no such thing: you just know they’d be assholes about coffee.
(if you love me at all, click it to see it bigger)

when-it-rains-it-snows:

I would love to tell you that I spent even a full minute resisting the urge to paint this classic coffee joke with Hawkeyes, but I did no such thing: you just know they’d be assholes about coffee.

(if you love me at all, click it to see it bigger)

all-batman:

Simone Bianchi

all-batman:

Simone Bianchi

If we paid women the same wages as men for comparable work, that would halve the poverty rate in American families. It would also raise the standard of living for males in two-earner working- and middle-class households. And if the United States adopted job-protected, subsidized family leave, as more than 180 other countries in the world already have done, men, women and children would all benefit. Pay equity, comparable worth policies and family-friendly work reforms are not just “women’s issues” any more. They are our next civil rights challenge — perhaps our next human rights challenge.