noooo don’t delete ; A;
characters belong to various people on gaia (left to right, up to down)
4. zero dream
5. kiryu thunder
6. scriptwriter mika
I guess I’m going speed dating ._. …….. Hope it goes well….
Oooh, Javon says he’s there too. If anything, at least there’s good food! :)
It doesn’t matter how you get there, just that you’ve arrived at the end. College AU. Five times Natsu’s relationships didn’t last and the one time it did. Each chapter is a different Natsu pairing; includes one genderbent character. First chapter is NaZa (Natsu x Erza). Second NatsuxCana.
yes yes the olympics are great yes sports are nice buT LETS SET THAT ASIDE.
DEATHNOTE IS GETTING A 10TH ANNIVERSARY REMAKE I SHIT YOU NOT
WHAT!?mY TIME IS NOW
Honestly, I’m more shocked that it’s been ten years.
Well it’s not so bad when you remember it’s the manga’s 10th anniversary.
Um, but, like, I followed the manga. Back when I was in like 6th grade.
Hardly. Just that my opinion of a shonen manga is that the focus should be on action rather than romance. Doesn’t have anything to do with what the readers themselves enjoy.
Is it just me or does it seem like anyone who dislikes NaLu or Gruvia mostly, want no romance in the end of Fairy Tail because their unpopular ship isn’t so cannon?
Come on people, think of the nice shipper people, everyone else wants the romance. Please don’t say that because your ship isn’t cannon.
It bothers me a little, I love a little romance.
I mostly don’t care about the romance because it’s a shounen manga, the focus should be on action. If I wanted to read about the characters falling in love, I’d read a shoujo. I mean, I don’t care if it ends with a scene looking into the future where they might’ve all gotten together with someone, etc, but I would prefer it if the author doesn’t put too much romance into the series.
Since Valentine’s Day is this week, I decided I would post up all of Fushimi’s Valentines that we’ll be handing out all day Saturday at Katsucon (at least until we run out).
LOVE WILL ALWAYS WIN
I won't rely on anyone anymore.
I’m doing a little experiment.
I’m going to see how many people agree with me that beliefs are YOUR choice and you CANNOT control them.
And if this gets enough notes, I’m going to show this to my Muslim family.
It doesn’t take much for one little reblog.
Flying Solo: This 92-Year-Old Transgender Widow Is Fighting To Be Treated Like Any Other Widow
After serving as a pilot during WWII, Robina Asti transitioned to living as a woman in the 1970s.
Now 92 years old, she fondly remembers spending time over the Pacific during World War II. She was only 21 at the time.
Getting her pilot’s license at just 18, Robina became a commercial pilot and flight instructor.
In 1976, she decided to begin living as a woman “in body, soul, and mind.” The prejudice against her at that time was extraordinary.
Working as a vice president of a mutual fund, she would go to work in men’s clothing and then change in the evenings.
“It was quite burdensome, and I knew it would never be accepted then. So I quit and decided I had to live and work as a woman.”
She legally changed the sex on her pilot’s license, her driver’s license, and obtained a U.S. passport as a woman. For Robina, it was a complete rebirth.
She soon met Norwood Patton, the man who would one day become her husband.
When things became serious, Robina knew she would have to tell Norwood about her transition.
Less than a week later, Norwood came back.
Every month, Norwood would ask for her hand in marriage. Every month, she would refuse.
Finally in 2004, Robina married her longtime sweetheart in a small ceremony in an airplane hangar in Orange County, N.Y.
“It was, without a doubt, the finest time in my life.”
Eight years later, Norwood passed away at the age of 97.
After his passing, Robina applied for survivor benefits with the SSA. She was denied after it was determined she was “legally male” at the time of their marriage — despite all the legal documents she had in her possession.
“I am so insulted that the Social Security Administration refused to recognize me as a woman and treated my marriage to Norwood in such a disrespectful way.”
In June 2013, Lambda Legal filed a request for reconsideration on Robina’s behalf. After more than six months, there is still no word from the Social Security Administration.
She hopes that her case is a success, not for the money, but for “the act of humanity which is necessary here.”