Smart is the new Sexy...

dekutree:

where the fuck is the bartender

liftedandgiftedd:

fantasized-perfection:

I don’t know what this is but I love it

this show is actually hilarious.

mephistos-cafe-lattes:

thequeerunderthestairs:

OH MY GOD LOOK AT THEM ALL JESUS CHRIST

look at the one just sitting all proper on the couch

mephistos-cafe-lattes:

thequeerunderthestairs:

OH MY GOD LOOK AT THEM ALL JESUS CHRIST

look at the one just sitting all proper on the couch

tomhiddleston-gifs:

Don’t worry Tom darling, it does make sense to me too

Go to Heaven for the climate, Hell for the company.
Mark Twain (via filthymetalspike)

Autism is the way our brains work. It is a disability, yes, but most issues are societal based. Meaning that that non autistic people could learn how to effectively communicate with us, learning how we speak and communicate and accepting us as we are. But instead, it seems like most non autistic people would rather try and find a cure to fix us, rather than make accommodations for us.

For example, non autistic people often try to change the way that we move, by silencing our hands, telling us that our interests are boring, that we talked too much about one subject, that we are creepy because we don’t make eye contact, or that we are just plain old weird. Those are the more mild problems that we encounter. I know that people trying to good with things like autism the acceptance. But often they aren’t really helping us.

People are aware of autism. They know that autism exist. But what are they doing for acceptance? That’s what matters most autistic adults that I know. We have had enough awareness we’ve had enough campaign led by groups like Autism Speaks. Now is the time for accepting an understanding. Listen to people. Hear about our experiences.

Goldenheartedrose (via froggybangbang)

Also I used non autistic people instead of allistic because my text to speech app kept trying to change allistic to autistic. Just as a point of reference.

(via goldenheartedrose)