Shonen Villain Homolust
drinkbloodlikewine:

idontfindyouthatinteresting:

DID DLC JUST SHOW US HANNIBALS ACTUAL MOTORBIKE?!?!

So can we get a Hannigram version of the Bound 2 video?

drinkbloodlikewine:

idontfindyouthatinteresting:

DID DLC JUST SHOW US HANNIBALS ACTUAL MOTORBIKE?!?!

So can we get a Hannigram version of the Bound 2 video?

ter0rr:

nbchannibal:

Happy

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October

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FIRST

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PUMKEN

thelastjackalope:

Golden Retriever / Siberian Husky mix

That is seriously the cutest puppy I’ve ever seen.

possibly my favorite thing that has ever happened on this blog is like

the time i was just getting into hannigram fanfiction and i read one really popular fic

and i was like “yEAH THIS FIC IS SO GOOD THIS FIC IS SO-

WAIT

ARE THEY CALLING EACH OTHER ‘BABY?’”

and then

i blogged so aggressively about being distraught over Hannigram calling each other baby that people i didn’t think read my text posts remembered it

oh god

i just finished reading fractals

i’m absurdly close to tears how is fanfiction allowed to hurt me this much this isn’t fair

ao3org:

emilianadarling:

EVERYONE STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING RIGHT NOW AND READ THIS BECAUSE HOLY SHIT MY WHOLE LIFE JUST CHANGED FOR THE BETTER.

So apparently in addition to running Archive of Our Own and providing legal advocacy to fans who run up against plagiarism accusations, the Organization for Transformative Works also publishes a peer-reviewed academic journal called Transformative Works and Cultures that is dedicated to promoting scholarship about fanworks and practices. This journal is 100% free to access and has been publishing 2-3 volumes (each containing 15-18 articles, essays, interviews, and book reviews) per year since 2008. 

Why is this so fucking exciting? For one thing, academia has a terrible habit of being increeeedibly sloooow to discuss new ideas — partly due to the very long turnaround time necessary to get articles published. By contrast, Transformative Works and Cultures is super up-to-date and teaming with topics that are actually relevant to modern fandom.

Want to read an academic article about female fans being “fridged” in comic book culture? Done. Interested in learning about the societal implications of mpreg within fanfiction/fanart? Here you go. Want to learn more about race and ethnicity in fandom? Well, would you look at that. Feel a mighty need to read a specially-conducted interview with Orlando Jones about producer/fan interactions in “Sleepy Hollow”? Holy butts the show only came out in 2013 and they already have this what the hell.

And all of this — all of the knowledge, all of the analysis, all of the academic credibility being added to fannish ideas — is 100% free to access.

Transformative Works and Cultures is doing fandom an incredible service: by giving a voice to people within fandom, by preserving the discussions and ideas that were important to fannish culture at certain points in time, by emphasizing our significance as a subculture — and all the while doing it on our own terms.

These are fans working hard to give legitimacy to other fans, and if you don’t think that’s rad as hell then I don’t even know what to tell you. 

Shout-out to the Journal committee! \o/

chichiwho:

Stop filming & help me

chichiwho:

Stop filming & help me

rememberwhenyoutried:

In the movies, when afab people dress as men it’s to gain access to something they deserve or need. When amab people dress as women they have villainous intent.

Just keep stamping down.