buffyconfessions:

Warren is absolutely the scariest villain to me, because men like him, who feel they are owed a woman just for being alive, really exist.

buffyconfessions:

Warren is absolutely the scariest villain to me, because men like him, who feel they are owed a woman just for being alive, really exist.

schrodingersnerd:

everythingisnightvale:

discontentramblings:

An asexual and pansexual become room-mates and have wacky adventures

The show is called ‘All or Nothing’

Plot twist: the asexual is really super outgoing and is a huge flirt while the pansexual is extremely socially awkward and has trouble ordering coffee let alone getting a date.

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my hand slipped

lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

lovesexdevotion:

That was so beautiful

(Source: johto-jordan)

  1. Camera: asus Nexus 7
  2. Aperture: f/2.4
  3. Focal Length: 2mm

buffyconfessions:

I think I’m kinda head-over-heels in love with Willow Rosenberg.

buffyconfessions:

pssst Xander shamed and judged Anya and Buffy for sleeping with Spike because of the resentment that Spike wouldn’t sleep with him. Pass it on.

buffyconfessions:

pssst Xander shamed and judged Anya and Buffy for sleeping with Spike because of the resentment that Spike wouldn’t sleep with him. Pass it on.

buffyconfessions:

I think it’s extremely heteronormative and bothersome for people to try and define Willow’s sexuality on their own. The fact that she once dated boys does not counter the fact that she herself later identifies as a lesbian. It’s not like dating Oz was a black mark on her record that automatically nullified any future claims to the way she identifies herself and her sexuality.

YES I 100% agree. I hate when other people try to decide your sexuality for you. It’s something you decide for yourself, and if you identify with something, then you are. Other people don’t have the dating history you have, or life experience, and that can change how you view your sexuality.

buffyconfessions:

I think it’s extremely heteronormative and bothersome for people to try and define Willow’s sexuality on their own. The fact that she once dated boys does not counter the fact that she herself later identifies as a lesbian. It’s not like dating Oz was a black mark on her record that automatically nullified any future claims to the way she identifies herself and her sexuality.

YES I 100% agree. I hate when other people try to decide your sexuality for you. It’s something you decide for yourself, and if you identify with something, then you are. Other people don’t have the dating history you have, or life experience, and that can change how you view your sexuality.

buffyconfessions:

I’m glad the show ended without Buffy having a boyfriend. I think it was only fitting, since one of the messages of the show is that she - and anyone else - can be strong and happy and complete without a man.

buffyconfessions:

I’m glad the show ended without Buffy having a boyfriend. I think it was only fitting, since one of the messages of the show is that she - and anyone else - can be strong and happy and complete without a man.

wilolw:

 Fives by fives.
Favorite Anya Jenkins Quotes (requested by anonymous)

flashbulbeyess:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is a serious show full of heartbreak and it will ruthlessly destroy you.

rivvatos:

endless list of incredible scenes
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