Danika the Lesbrarian



theactorsmind:

raeloganthemephilesfangirl:

charlottec21:

I love it how when Snape draws out his wand there are audible gasps but when Mcgonagall draws her wand there people are screaming out of the way.

They just know better.

damn snape is piss-OH MOTHERFUCKING SHIT, MOVE OUT, CLEAR THE WAY, MCGONAGALL IS PISSED.

theactorsmind:

raeloganthemephilesfangirl:

charlottec21:

I love it how when Snape draws out his wand there are audible gasps but when Mcgonagall draws her wand there people are screaming out of the way.

They just know better.

damn snape is piss-OH MOTHERFUCKING SHIT, MOVE OUT, CLEAR THE WAY, MCGONAGALL IS PISSED.

9:32 pm, reblogged by lesbrary
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laleiragranite:

I made this. Use it on Zazzle to make joy.

Yes.

Right click on the color you want, open in new tab, and save the big version. Then put it on the Zazzle product of your dreams. Careful the shirts don’t crop the edges of the image, though.

I am not putting it on Zazzle myself, because then I would presumably be making money off it, and. I don’t really want to. So.

This is… a Christmas present. For the Tamora Pierce fandom. From me.







theladymonsters asked: A question for you, darling. A friend of mine is trans and nonbinary and they've been eyeing "If You Could Be Mine" as a possible read.... How helpful do you think it would be as a trans read rather than as a lesbian read?

I wouldn’t recommend it as a trans read. It’s basically about someone considering pretending to be trans. I thought it walked a tricky line and just barely escaped from being transphobic, but that’s debatable. If they’ve got a tough skin and are reading it to kind of dissect it, that’s cool, but they should be aware that it definitely could feel transphobic

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feralmango asked: Everything always happens so much.

zdk13eros:

I’m sorry about that.

Maybe read a book

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snowprincessbela:

buffy the vampire slayer appreciation week: day one - favourite character

Tara Maclay

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malindalo:

sharpegirl:

Far From You by Tess Sharpe Giveaway!

Hey y’all, I’m giving away two signed copies of FAR FROM YOU (with a few extras thrown in!). One copy will have my notes and thoughts about the book scribbled in the margins, and the second copy will contain a handwritten short story about what happens to the characters after FAR FROM YOU ends.

To enter, all you have to do is reblog this post, or tweet a link to the giveaway with the hashtag #farfromyou. This is an international Giveaway and it ends on Monday, April 21st and the winners will be announced on the 22nd! 

I’m not entering this giveaway because I already have a copy, but I’m reblogging to signal boost it. This book was awesome, folks! A mystery  with a bisexual MC set in Northern California — go get it.








rosalarian:

kateordie:

meanwhilestudios:

tally-art:

New Home Is Where The Internet Is!  Tumblr’s 10-page limit is keeping me from posting the whole thing, so head on over to the webcomic to read the rest (plus a blog post with Paris photos and doodles).

I’m going to Strasbourg tomorrow!!!  I’m so excited.  We might take a day trip into Germany and the Black Forest 8-D AHHHHHH.  Back soon, love and hugs~

-Your friend Tally

Tally is not only an AMAZING comic artist but she’s living the dream! I hope my girls grow up and don’t let the constant yet abstract notion of fear dictate how they live in this world. Way to go Tally!! :D

I love this so much! As someone who’s only really started to travel in the last year, I totally get that initial terror. I’ve been pretty fortunate, and made so many friends all over the world. I went to Boston on a whim this weekend and got to spend an evening with comic people I met mostly through twitter - and everyone was wonderful. Yes, I got terrible food poisoning on the way home, but I also got to have barbecue and Manhattans with people who used to be strangers. Travel! It’s good for you.

I’ve been experiencing something like this a lot, too, and it’s so true! Even when the motel is covered in blood or people are throwing rocks at us or any number of bad and kinda scary happenings, traveling is so much fun and worth it and I feel so alive!