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swanjolras:

y’know, some of the ground rules for behavior on tumblr make me squint

don’t give people your true name or they will be able to control you

stories are an acceptable form of payment

the inhabitants hide their real forms behind glamours and avatars

the longer you play here, the harder it is to leave

#actual sidhe court of the internet tbqh

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REBLOG IF YOU WANT A LOVE LETTER FROM A FICTIONAL CHARACTER IN YOUR ASK BOX NOW

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quintessentialverbalized:

Shit I just remembered my favorite Scott Summers fact aside from his canon, requires-assistive-tech fantasy disability

(In some continuities, because comic books) Cyclops’s lasers aren’t actually honest to god heat and light lasers so much as his eyes are a gateway…

PUNCHES FROM THE PUNCH DIMENSION

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I Survived First-age Beleriand - Círdan the Shipwright
Portrait of Círdan by Quentin Hoover

"As they came to the gates Círdan the Shipwright came forth to greet them. Very tall he was, and his beard was long, and he was grey and old, save that his eyes were keen as stars; and he looked at them and bowed, and said ‘All is now ready.’" ― The Lord of the Rings, The Grey Havens "… those were the Falathrim, the Elves of the Falas, who in after days had dwellings at the havens of Brithombar and Eglarest, the first mariners in Middle-earth and the first makers of ships. Círdan the Shipwright was their lord." —The Silmarillion, “Of Eldamar and the Princes of the Eldalië.”

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"As they came to the gates Círdan the Shipwright came forth to greet them. Very tall he was, and his beard was long, and he was grey and old, save that his eyes were keen as stars; and he looked at them and bowed, and said ‘All is now ready.’" —The Lord of the Rings, “The Grey Havens”

heartofoshun:

I Survived First-age Beleriand - Círdan the Shipwright

Portrait of Círdan by Quentin Hoover

"As they came to the gates Círdan the Shipwright came forth to greet them. Very tall he was, and his beard was long, and he was grey and old, save that his eyes were keen as stars; and he looked at them and bowed, and said ‘All is now ready.’" ― The Lord of the Rings, The Grey Havens "… those were the Falathrim, the Elves of the Falas, who in after days had dwellings at the havens of Brithombar and Eglarest, the first mariners in Middle-earth and the first makers of ships. Círdan the Shipwright was their lord." —The Silmarillion, “Of Eldamar and the Princes of the Eldalië.”

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"As they came to the gates Círdan the Shipwright came forth to greet them. Very tall he was, and his beard was long, and he was grey and old, save that his eyes were keen as stars; and he looked at them and bowed, and said ‘All is now ready.’" —The Lord of the Rings, “The Grey Havens”

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"The National Assembly, wishing to reform the greatest and most universal of abuses, and to repair the wrongs of a six-thousand-year long injustice, has decreed and decrees as follows:

1) All the privileges of the male sex are entirely and irrevocably abolished throughout France;

2) The feminine sex will always enjoy the same liberty, advantages, rights, and honors as does the masculine sex;

3) The masculine gender (genre) will no longer be regarded, even grammatically, as the more noble genre, given that all genders, all sexes, and all beings should be and are equally noble;

4) That no one will henceforth insert in acts, contracts, obligations, etc., this clause, so common but so insulting for women: That the wife is authorized by her husband before those present, because in the household both parties should enjoy the same power and authority;

5) That wearing breeches will no longer be the exclusive prerogative of the male sex, but each sex will have the right to wear them in turn;

6) When a soldier has, out of cowardice, compromised French honor, he will no longer be degraded as is the present custom, by making him wear women’s clothing; but as the two sexes are and must be equally honorable in the eyes of humanity, he will henceforth be punished by declaring his gender to be neuter.

7) All persons of the feminine sex must be admitted without exception to the district and departmental assemblies, elevated to municipal responsibilities and even as deputies to the National Assembly, when they fulfill the requirements set forth in the electoral laws. They will have both consultative and deliberative voices … ;

8) They can also be appointed as Magistrates. There is no better way to reconcile the public with the courts of justice than to seat beauty and to see the graces presiding there;

9) The same applies to all positions, compensations, and military dignities. In this way the French will be truly invincible, when their courage is inspired by the joint themes of glory and love; we do not even make exception for the staff of a marshal of France; so that justice can be rendered equally, we order this instrument to be passed alternatively between men and women;

10) Nor do we hesitate to open the sanctuary to the feminine sex, which has so long rightly been referred to as the devoted sex. But since the piety of the faithful has noticeably diminished, said sex promises and obligates itself, when it mounts the chair of truth, to moderate its zeal and not make excessive demands on the attention of the audience."

Women’s Petition to the National Assembly.

In 1789, the National Assembly met in France; accordingly, thousands of petitions from the Assembly’s sizable constituent body were made and presented. This one was, obviously, written on the subject of female equality 62 years before the word ‘feminism’ was coined.

The petition was ultimately not discussed by the National Assembly.

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