Hi! I am Jason. This is a personal blog.

That means I post according to my whims, so while I have some consistent likes, you should expect to see any random thing on this blog.

Frequent content: Faberry, Achele, also how much I hate Glee. Lately: obsessed with ouat, sleeping warrior and confused as heck but intrigued by swan queen. basically my fandoms normally have this in common: lesbians

other topics: Buffy, hot womens, Bioware games, Tomb Raider, Skyrim, Adventure Time, cuttlefish, octopuses (of course!), science stuff, and whatever the heck else I want to put on my blog. :-P Just remember: be prepared for anything.

 

goldenmask:

Goldenmask’s Endless List of Amazing Video Game Characters

Kelly Chambers  |  Mass Effect 2
" I like you more and more each day, Shepard."
acronius:


'tis true I deceived you. I did not think the battle with the archdemon would come so soon. and so I came to you. I needed you, yes, but I also did not wish to see you die. and here you stand, alive. so do not speak to me of betrayal.

morrigan, requested by anon.

acronius:

'tis true I deceived you. I did not think the battle with the archdemon would come so soon. and so I came to you. I needed you, yes, but I also did not wish to see you die. and here you stand, alive. so do not speak to me of betrayal.

morrigan, requested by anon.

I love playing Brienne of Tarth because, when I was growing up, I didn’t really see people on television that I felt that I could identify with. Women all looked kind of a particular way, women characters that were popular, anyway. And when I had the opportunity to play this part, it made me explore the parts of myself I had hidden from. I had very long hair. I wanted to look very feminine, really tall. (x)

(Source: rubyredwisp)

mademoiselleviola:

elfogadunk:

(x)

Please note Sophie smacking Natalie’s bum repeatedly in the background.

and natalie just lets her, doesn’t even turn around

(Source: lenas-headey)

cybugs:

i compiled some pics of dreamworks female characters who were introduced in the same years as disney female characters- rapunzel, anna, and honey lemon

its up to you to decide which company is more progressive when designing female characters who appear distinct from the company’s last female protagonist, even tho its sorta extremely obvious