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I hope Bellarke is a slow-burn romance

IDK how the rest of the fandom feels, but I really would like Bellamy and Clarke to go slow and gradually build romantic interest in each-other if the show decides to go that route.

IMO CW (and many other series) really shoot themselves in the foot with a lot of ships by making the couple too obvious at the beginning, or fall in love after a couple days within meeting each-other; which is kind of what happened with Finn & Clarke imo. I just can’t get on board with couples like that, unless the chemistry is through the roof; I need to care about the characters before I care about the couple.

I know a lot of people love it when couples who have a lot of chemistry (which Bellamy and Clarke have more than enough of) get together quickly, but I feel as though a show’s “main ship” looses steam way too fast when it happens that way.

I would love to seem them grow together and become friends first before a (serious) romantic interest develops in either one of them.

the 100   bellamy blake   clarke griffin   bellarke   bob morley   eliza taylor   



tv: the 100   otp: bellarke   type: fanart   



bellamyclarke:

raise your hand if you have ever felt personally victimized by bellamy blake’s shirtless torso

tv: the 100   type: gifs   



bleachod:

stray-arrows:

thewomvn:

alt-j:

killbenedictcumberbatch:

benedict cumberbatch harasses a black youth

this is the fifth time I’ve reblogged this i don’t care

this is the best post on this website

jc, i would piss myself and then probably punch it

That’s not Benedict Cumberbatch…he’s not that good-looking




he’s beautiful od, i have no idea why you think otherwise

bleachod:

stray-arrows:

thewomvn:

alt-j:

killbenedictcumberbatch:

benedict cumberbatch harasses a black youth

this is the fifth time I’ve reblogged this i don’t care

this is the best post on this website

jc, i would piss myself and then probably punch it

That’s not Benedict Cumberbatch…he’s not that good-looking

he’s beautiful od, i have no idea why you think otherwise

i will use any excuse to post an ugly picture of benedict cumberbatch   



all: anime/manga   am: bleach   type: gifs   



tv: the 100   type: gifs   



the-unpopular-opinions:

If you think words like “stupid,” “dumb” or “lame” are ableist slurs, then you are an idiot. Oh no, is idiot an ableist slur too? *rolls eyes*
Those words haven’t been used to describe mentally/physically disabled people in such a long time, and as a disabled person, it seriously pisses me off that people from tumblr think it’s more important to avoid using a bunch of (mostly harmless) words instead of facing actual problems in our society regarding disabled people (e.g. lack of wheelchair access at certain schools and other public buildings, the stigmas and stereotypes surrounding disabled people, the fact that many carers are physically and mentally drained because caring for another is a full-time job with no vacation time, the fact that many severely disabled people end up in nursing homes for the elderly rather than age-appropriate disability homes, etc)
Nope, instead we are told the most important thing is that nobody should use words like “stupid” or “dumb” or “lame” because it might offend mentally and physically disabled people. Are you fucking serious!? Does nobody seem to get how how fucking offensive that is?! People with mental disabilities aren’t stupid, people with physical disabilities aren’t lame, and these word should never be used that way!
Using them as a way to describe or insult disabled people is so ridiculously out-of-date that not even Mr Burns from The Simpsons would use them in that way! Nowadays they’re common words. They’ve evolved to have completely new meanings. It’s okay to say “ugh, I’m so stupid” after flunking a test. Everybody KNOWS you don’t mean “I’m as stupid as a mentally disabled person!” But by associating them with mentally/physically disabled people, you’re basically TURNING those words into slurs.  Now whenever someone says that “stupid” and “idiot” are ableist, the first thought when someone hears that word is disabled people. Mentally and physically disabled people should never even cross your mind when you use those words!
Ableism isn’t a bunch of words that some tumblr blogger put together to “educate”able-bodied  people on how not to offend those with disabilities. Ableism is remaining ignorant to genuine issues in our society regarding disabilities and disability care. Ableism is associating words like “stupid” and “lame” with people like me.
And if you call me ableist for saying you’re stupid, I’ll hit you with my cane!

the-unpopular-opinions:

If you think words like “stupid,” “dumb” or “lame” are ableist slurs, then you are an idiot. Oh no, is idiot an ableist slur too? *rolls eyes*

Those words haven’t been used to describe mentally/physically disabled people in such a long time, and as a disabled person, it seriously pisses me off that people from tumblr think it’s more important to avoid using a bunch of (mostly harmless) words instead of facing actual problems in our society regarding disabled people (e.g. lack of wheelchair access at certain schools and other public buildings, the stigmas and stereotypes surrounding disabled people, the fact that many carers are physically and mentally drained because caring for another is a full-time job with no vacation time, the fact that many severely disabled people end up in nursing homes for the elderly rather than age-appropriate disability homes, etc)

Nope, instead we are told the most important thing is that nobody should use words like “stupid” or “dumb” or “lame” because it might offend mentally and physically disabled people. Are you fucking serious!? Does nobody seem to get how how fucking offensive that is?! People with mental disabilities aren’t stupid, people with physical disabilities aren’t lame, and these word should never be used that way!

Using them as a way to describe or insult disabled people is so ridiculously out-of-date that not even Mr Burns from The Simpsons would use them in that way! Nowadays they’re common words. They’ve evolved to have completely new meanings. It’s okay to say “ugh, I’m so stupid” after flunking a test. Everybody KNOWS you don’t mean “I’m as stupid as a mentally disabled person!” But by associating them with mentally/physically disabled people, you’re basically TURNING those words into slurs.  Now whenever someone says that “stupid” and “idiot” are ableist, the first thought when someone hears that word is disabled people. Mentally and physically disabled people should never even cross your mind when you use those words!

Ableism isn’t a bunch of words that some tumblr blogger put together to “educate”able-bodied  people on how not to offend those with disabilities. Ableism is remaining ignorant to genuine issues in our society regarding disabilities and disability care. Ableism is associating words like “stupid” and “lame” with people like me.

And if you call me ableist for saying you’re stupid, I’ll hit you with my cane!