Learning to walk again
Momoiro Clover Z - Moonlight Densetsu
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cyanommetaphobia:

typette:

Moonlight Legend (ムーンライト伝説) performed for the new anime by Momoiro Clover Z (ももいろクローバーZ)

*SCREAMING*

LOVE LOVE LOVE ITTTT!

oh my god oh my god oh my god IS THIS REAL? ARE THEY KEEPING THE ORIGINAL THEMESONG!??

RAISE YOUR HAND IF YOU SUNG ALONG

EDIT: THAT INSANE GUITAR AND DRUMS. IS THAT A WHIPCRACK? HOLY SHIT this is TOO METAL

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ingroan:

i need to get a real job so i can stop crying over expensive lingerie and start crying in expensive lingerie

friska-freak:

grumkle:

bootyghost:

keyisabottom:

"malala is a role model for EVERY LITTLE GIRL regardless of race and religion"
no no n
o
no no fuck stop it
it is not regardless of race and religion she is a role model SPECIFICALLY for muslim little girls around the world. little white girls around the world have TONS of role models. everywhere. literally all over television, books, you name it. admire Malala, yes. that’s not what is being said. do not take something that is meant for a specific culture simply because you want it.

who knew someone could get so angry at a child

ok do you realize how much of an asshole you sound right now
i mean this girl can’t be any older than 8 and you are saying that her and other girls like her are culturally appropriating and that they shouldn’t be allowed to look up to Malala because they aren’t Muslim
you’re saying that girls of other races and religions can’t be inspired by her story of standing up to men who are terrorizing them and threatening them and their peers
plus, if you had taken the time to read the article that this image was attached to you’d realize that it’s in the context of examining the beneficial nature of girls using more political and intellectual role models over the traditional princesses that girls are pushed to be like
so this girl is emulating an individual that she respects, and is choosing to look up to an activist rather than a sexualized cartoon character
and that’s frigging great


I dunno OP. I mean, I’m Muslim, and I think this is AMAZING.

Because for once, people aren’t hating us. For once, we aren’t called terrorists, or sand-niggers, or Arab scum. We’re not pushed in hallways for following a different religion, or asked “when is the next bombing?” or told that we’re being oppressed because we chose to wear hijab (keyword being chose. Being forced is another matter.)

For once, we’re not demonised, but people call us brave, and good! For once, people look up to a Muslim! And not just anyone, but a 16 year old girl from Pakistan is looked up to as a hero. Do you understand how huge that is?

Do you know what it’s like to be constantly told by shows that you’re ignorant? That the only reason you’d immigrate is so you can plant bombs everywhere? That you’re brainwashed, and that you’re predisposed to be violent, overemotional and stupid because of your religion, even though said religion is not at all about violence, but meant to be about peace, and extremists do not represent what it actually is? To be told that “there is no such thing as a Muslim women’s rights activist”? And to have the media constantly paint you as either the villain or the victim, but almost never the hero?

Islam aside- can you imagine what it’s like for children ANYWHERE? Do you know how few real-life rolemodels there are that children can relate to? Each time you’re told that in the real world, you’re too young or too small to make a difference. That the only way you can make a difference is if you go on a magical journey. That you can’t stop bad things from happening, because you’re still a child. 

But now, for once, a little girl somewhere in the States is going “Wow. Maybe I could be that brave. Maybe I can be a hero, and fight for people’s rights. And I don’t have to be magic to do it.”

Also, OP, a big part of Islam is about inspiring people to do good, and be brave, even if they don’t follow your religion. Be it a tiny eight year old girl from the States or heck, even a forty year old Puerto Riccan man, Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Atheist, anything! 

To be honest, the only thing I see kinda “eeeeeeeeh” here is the fact that she’s wearing a pretend hijab, but to be honest it’s also adorable that she wants to look like Malala, and it’s not like she’s wearing it like a Halloween outfit.

Sometimes the hype around Malala IS negative, like it ends up becoming less about her and her achievements and more about “HEY LOOK MUSLIMS ARE OPPRESSED BY THEIR RELIGION AFTER ALL BUT THIS BRAVE GIRL WENT AGAINST HER RELIGION” (which is VERY insulting because if anything, Malala is an amazing example of an amazing Muslim going against extremists). But that’s not at all what’s depicted here. Here is a young girl who honest to goodness respects her and wants to be like her.

So… I don’t get your point OP. Why do you want to deny us the right to be role models and show the world that we can do good?

Are you really that against kids being inspired by us? 

friska-freak:

grumkle:

bootyghost:

keyisabottom:

"malala is a role model for EVERY LITTLE GIRL regardless of race and religion"

no no n

o

no no fuck stop it

it is not regardless of race and religion
she is a role model SPECIFICALLY for muslim little girls around the world. little white girls around the world have TONS of role models. everywhere. literally all over television, books, you name it. admire Malala, yes. that’s not what is being said. do not take something that is meant for a specific culture simply because you want it.

who knew someone could get so angry at a child

ok do you realize how much of an asshole you sound right now

i mean this girl can’t be any older than 8 and you are saying that her and other girls like her are culturally appropriating and that they shouldn’t be allowed to look up to Malala because they aren’t Muslim

you’re saying that girls of other races and religions can’t be inspired by her story of standing up to men who are terrorizing them and threatening them and their peers

plus, if you had taken the time to read the article that this image was attached to you’d realize that it’s in the context of examining the beneficial nature of girls using more political and intellectual role models over the traditional princesses that girls are pushed to be like

so this girl is emulating an individual that she respects, and is choosing to look up to an activist rather than a sexualized cartoon character

and that’s frigging great

I dunno OP. I mean, I’m Muslim, and I think this is AMAZING.

Because for once, people aren’t hating us. For once, we aren’t called terrorists, or sand-niggers, or Arab scum. We’re not pushed in hallways for following a different religion, or asked “when is the next bombing?” or told that we’re being oppressed because we chose to wear hijab (keyword being chose. Being forced is another matter.)

For once, we’re not demonised, but people call us brave, and good! For once, people look up to a Muslim! And not just anyone, but a 16 year old girl from Pakistan is looked up to as a hero. Do you understand how huge that is?

Do you know what it’s like to be constantly told by shows that you’re ignorant? That the only reason you’d immigrate is so you can plant bombs everywhere? That you’re brainwashed, and that you’re predisposed to be violent, overemotional and stupid because of your religion, even though said religion is not at all about violence, but meant to be about peace, and extremists do not represent what it actually is? To be told that “there is no such thing as a Muslim women’s rights activist”? And to have the media constantly paint you as either the villain or the victim, but almost never the hero?

Islam aside- can you imagine what it’s like for children ANYWHERE? Do you know how few real-life rolemodels there are that children can relate to? Each time you’re told that in the real world, you’re too young or too small to make a difference. That the only way you can make a difference is if you go on a magical journey. That you can’t stop bad things from happening, because you’re still a child. 

But now, for once, a little girl somewhere in the States is going “Wow. Maybe I could be that brave. Maybe I can be a hero, and fight for people’s rights. And I don’t have to be magic to do it.”

Also, OP, a big part of Islam is about inspiring people to do good, and be brave, even if they don’t follow your religion. Be it a tiny eight year old girl from the States or heck, even a forty year old Puerto Riccan man, Christian, Muslim, Jewish, Atheist, anything! 

To be honest, the only thing I see kinda “eeeeeeeeh” here is the fact that she’s wearing a pretend hijab, but to be honest it’s also adorable that she wants to look like Malala, and it’s not like she’s wearing it like a Halloween outfit.

Sometimes the hype around Malala IS negative, like it ends up becoming less about her and her achievements and more about “HEY LOOK MUSLIMS ARE OPPRESSED BY THEIR RELIGION AFTER ALL BUT THIS BRAVE GIRL WENT AGAINST HER RELIGION” (which is VERY insulting because if anything, Malala is an amazing example of an amazing Muslim going against extremists). But that’s not at all what’s depicted here. Here is a young girl who honest to goodness respects her and wants to be like her.

So… I don’t get your point OP. Why do you want to deny us the right to be role models and show the world that we can do good?

Are you really that against kids being inspired by us? 

Reblog this is if you aren’t expecting to be anyone’s valentine this year.

the-u-s-s-enterprise:

Just do it, I promise it isn’t supposed to be sad.

Just reblog and wait.  You will see.

Idina Menzel and Caleb Hyles - Let it Go (King and Queen Duet)
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wellisnthatwizard:

Left ear: female — right ear: male

Female version sung by Idina Menzel.  Male version sung by Caleb Hyles.

Art by palitapare.

Reblog or your mom will die in 928 seconds.

elianabrito:

struckbydreamshade:

steampoweredplayer:

lollie-pond:

larryismyhallelujah:

thetasrose:

peachy-blisss:

myswagisnice:

I love my mom.

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I am risking nothing

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I AM SORRY FOLLOWERS, I LOVE MY MOMMY

Will not risk.

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sorry followers :(

omg im so glad to se so many people love their mummy

Why’re you being mean to my mum?

goddamn it

Nope. Googled it. 15 minuets. Nope. Not taking any chances

Koop

Mommy

I would swallow my pride, I love you momma

spn-fandom-breathing-heavily:

westbor0baptistchurch:

“But if you forget to reblog Madame Zeroni, you and your family will be cursed for always and eternity.”

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not even risking that shit

Lana Del Rey - Once Upon a Dream
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my-life-in-rosy-hues:

mrgolightly:

dopegaga:

Lana Del Rey - Once Upon A Dream

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THIS MADE MY ENTIRE LIFE

Reblog or your mom will die in 928 seconds.

boneswolf:

ask-maskyandhoody:

thetasrose:

peachy-blisss:

myswagisnice:

I love my mom.

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I am risking nothing

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I AM SORRY FOLLOWERS, I LOVE MY MOMMY

Will not risk.

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sorry followers :(

omg im so glad to se so many people love their mummy

Why’re you being mean to my mum?

MamA… LOve my mAmA…

MY MOM IS IN THE KITCHEN RN THERE ARE FUCKING KNIVES IN THERE FUCKING DEMONS WTF REBLOG REBLOG REBLOG