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holybatblogbatman:

A lot has been written about Barbara Gordon and what she did for the representation of people with disabilities in comics. So I won’t bore you with all my views on the matter.
Suffice to say Barbara Gordon became, in almost 30 years of comic history, a shining example of how there are many ways to fight for what is right, not just in a uniform. And how courage is not jumping in front of a bullet - it’s picking yourself up after the bullet hits its mark.
She is also probably the strongest, most consistent and valued female character to ever appear in comics. But that’s just my opinion.

holybatblogbatman:

A lot has been written about Barbara Gordon and what she did for the representation of people with disabilities in comics. So I won’t bore you with all my views on the matter.

Suffice to say Barbara Gordon became, in almost 30 years of comic history, a shining example of how there are many ways to fight for what is right, not just in a uniform. And how courage is not jumping in front of a bullet - it’s picking yourself up after the bullet hits its mark.

She is also probably the strongest, most consistent and valued female character to ever appear in comics. But that’s just my opinion.

fuckyeahhairstyle:

Ocean colors

fuckyeahhairstyle:

Ocean colors

snow-3-:

Royal cards

wigglytuffer:

How to play The Sims

  1. spend 3 hours creating your family
  2. spend 3 days creating your house
  3. play the actual game for 20 minutes
  4. do not touch for 4 months
  5. repeat
tsunadi:

tiny ren for your tiny ren needs

tsunadi:

tiny ren for your tiny ren needs

is this what breaking up feels like? resigning from a shit job. resigning from a shit relationship

actually no breaking up that one time i did it was much funner then this

WHY WONT THEY RELEASE SOME CHOCOLATE OUJI WEAR!?!??!?!

thismymirror:

Lolita fashion is, for the unknowing viewer, a strange occurrence. For it’s wearers, a deeply rooted practice. If you find any connection at all with this Fashion, it is a deep connection that doesn’t fade away. I am still learning as a Lolita and still growing as an individual, but at this point Lolita is as much as part of me as the natural color used to be before I began wearing wigs and dying my hair. My mindset is different than it used to be, and the world is understanding that just because something is different doesn’t mean it’s wrong. Things change… and that’s okay.

Photo taken at the Royal Sonesta Hotel - Baltimore, MD - During Otakon 2014

photography by Gestalt Photographs

Model / Makeup / Wardrobe & Styling - www.thisismymirror.com

COORDINATE RUNDOWN-

blouse: bow & charm at neck, floral charm in hair: Baby, the stars Shine Bright

skirt: Rose Melody

shoes: isaac mizrahi

purse: ALDO

nails: www.BlingUP.com

tights (layered): capezio & sock dreams

wrist cuffs: Dorothy’s Rainbow on Etsy

Gold falling star hair clip: Grace of the Goddess on Etsy

Scepter & crown: Handmade by Model

other accessories: vintage or offbrand

maruti-bitamin:

smoke creature

watercolour