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notahammer:

I don't know if I can do that.

patrick-stumps:

every FOB era is my favourite era

well i can cross off finger guns with fall out boy on my bucket list.

well i can cross off finger guns with fall out boy on my bucket list.

"I bet if we dusted her heart for fingerprints, we’d only find yours."
- Rudy Francisco (via lunaandjolie)

clintbarttons:

clint “while you guys were off saving the world i got myself a new jacket who’s the real winner here” barton

giraffarig asked:
You got an ask earlier about your feelings on homosexuality, and now my curiosity is spiked. How are your feelings on the rest of the LGBT+/queer community? So many people skim over the T in that acronym, though you have written trans women before if I remember correctly (thinking of Sandman specifically)

neil-gaiman:

I think I’m incredibly lucky that, for the last 28 years, one of my best friends has been a lesbian trans woman: she introduced me to, and opened my eyes to, several communities that I would never have encountered that early in my life without her. I’m glad that Sandman meant that people who might otherwise have never met me felt impelled to get in touch, or empowered to change their lives, and that many of those people have become friends over the years. 

I think I’m blessed to have a queer daughter and a bi wife. And I like living in countries where the rainbow spectrum of people is celebrated. 


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"Mozart composed his first symphony
at eight years old.
Shakespeare was married at eighteen
and completed his first play at twenty six.
My grandmother carried life in her hips at fifteen
and had three declarations of young love
by the time she was nineteen.
My grandfather had barely gotten over puberty
when he took his first trip-
a tromp over unknown countryside with
a gun on his back and a
stained uniform as his only clothes.
I am twenty and all I feel like doing
is falling asleep until the
Earth’s completed
another revolution of the sun."
- I’ll Be Well-Rested Once I Turn Twenty-One | Lora Mathis (via lora-mathis)

I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.”