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jettiebettie:

Okay, guys, but think of the Argents bickering over monster facts in the margins of the bestiary before it was made digital.

Revenants are weak to a torch’s flame. - 1730”
Fucking liar. -…

Sad fact: it can’t. Allison was an only child.

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halftheskymovement:

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Most people know that women in the workforce get penalized for having children, but did you know that men actually get a career bonus when they enter fatherhood? Men with children have better chances of getting hired and typically get paid more than men who are not fathers. The opposite is…

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You can find the article here.

I’m posting the comments because lately, MTV is censuring fans to expose their opinions.

Which they (Teen Wolf) consider the opinions “outrageous”. In fact fans have always been honest with the show. So the TWPR team are deleting comments and taking articles down. Better be safe than sorry, so I’m posting the comments. 

You never know right? 

I really, really try to stay positive about the show, even when it’s so incredibly hard. But this…this is unbelievable. Thank the gods for the awesome, thoughtful comments calling out the show, MTV, and The Advocate for their delusion and/or outright lies.

Part of me wants to hope that the timing of this article is an attempt to set up something Stereky in the finale tonight, which, of course, would be amazing. But regardless of what happens to tonight - even if Stiles and Derek reveal they’ve been fucking since day one - it still will not make up for the show’s treatment of Sterek fans or its terrible queer representation.

And you know what, Teen Wolf, MTV, and Jeff Davis? We fucking get that it’s really hard - not impossible (see Lost Girl, In the Flesh, Orphan Black, Buffy, etc.) to have meaningful queer representation on TV, especially on network TV. We get it. We understand it, it frustrates us, and we appreciate and support shows that may not always get it right, but at least are thoughtful and careful about representing alternative sexualities and relationships.

But you know what we don’t appreciate? We don’t appreciate being told that we’re getting a show “without homophobia” that sidelines its queer characters, forgets they exist, and primarily defines them by their sexuality and their relationship to the more important, straight, white characters (please, someone tell me anything about Mason other than the fact that he’s gay and Jackson 2.0’s best friend…just like Danny).

We don’t appreciate being told - in so many ways, directly and indirectly - that there’s something wrong with us for wanting a real queer relationship on the show that we love, that we’ve helped keep alive for four seasons. We don’t appreciate the near-erasure (without explanation) of Derek and Stiles’ relationship/growing friendship because you’re scared of Sterek. We don’t appreciate the queerbating or the uncomfortable, problematic heterosexual relationships that have taken priority over meaningfully exploring these characters and how they’re dealing with their respective traumas.

We don’t appreciate seeing the actors we’ve come to love telling blatant lies in interviews designed, quite poorly, to trick us.

And we definitely don’t appreciate self-congratulating, look-at-how-fucking progressive we are, circle-jerk, bullshit articles like this that have more reach-arounds for Jeff Davis than all Srerek fics combined.

It’s reprehensible, dishonest, and downright insulting to our intelligence.

Holy shit, that was so much fun to read, the internet is /pissed/.

Though it’s true.

Orphan Black has a gay main character and it’s getting awards like they’re free. In the Flesh went from zero to hero in the span of a few months.

Teen a Wolf got lucky and found two actors with incredible chemistry, the sort you can’t buy, wrote them playing against and off each other, and their response is “lol sterek wat no”, which even from a network’s perspective is just plain dumb. If you have a golden goose, you let it keep laying, and you can’t lay a better golden egg than the free publicity the sterek fandom was hurling their way.

So yeah. I love teen wolf, it’s fun and engaging, but no matter how you slice it, their audience is, uh, a little irate.

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superhappygenki:

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condemnedtorocknroll:

auntpol:


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What’s he aiming at, way up there?

once you’ve dealt with a kanima and an alpha who makes dramatic entrances by sliding down concrete pillars  I guess you make sure nobody’s in the beams above you :P

poor baby is paranoid

Derek *knows* that other people don’t look up, though. Even back in season 1, he and Scott were standing on top of the video store watching the action unfold below. We know Peter, as the Alpha, liked to go on roofs. Maybe it’s a born wolf kind of thing? Or a Hale teaching that Derek’s just known so long he didn’t think to teach anyone else? But, for whatever reason, Derek is that person who always looks up both physically and metaphorically.


No, it’s actually much better than that!It’s a tactical maneuver. When clearing the room with any firearm, you do what’s called the “sweep and clear”. You start with a fixed point, generally a corner, and you “slice the pie”, which means that you divide the room into sectors. In order to “clear” your slice of pie, you slide your gaze from floor to ceiling. Urban warfare will generally use infra-red cameras to ensure nobody’s hiding, and in most places, there won’t be exposed rafters, but in a situation like Derek’s, he’s absolutely right to check up there. Even a regular human can find their way into the rafters, and with supernatural villains who can use their claws to scale sheer surfaces, he’d be absolutely stupid not to. What I find really neat is that most people DON’T know this technique. I only know it because my Very Specialized Skill Set has an army background, I have relatives on the Force and my bff’s dad was in the Service. The average layman DOESN’T, and we’ve had no previous example of Derek Hale having any sort of specialized training in urban search and warfare. But you know who would? The Beacon Hills PD, which makes me wonder if perhaps Deputy Derek isn’t so far out of the realm of possibility after all. I mean, sure, maybe Braeden taught him, but he immediately falls into the behaviour, like he’s had time to practice. So maybe the Sheriff’s been giving him a hand?

superhappygenki:

auntpol:

condemnedtorocknroll:

auntpol:

(/^▽^)/

What’s he aiming at, way up there?

once you’ve dealt with a kanima and an alpha who makes dramatic entrances by sliding down concrete pillars  I guess you make sure nobody’s in the beams above you :P

poor baby is paranoid

Derek *knows* that other people don’t look up, though. Even back in season 1, he and Scott were standing on top of the video store watching the action unfold below. We know Peter, as the Alpha, liked to go on roofs. Maybe it’s a born wolf kind of thing? Or a Hale teaching that Derek’s just known so long he didn’t think to teach anyone else? But, for whatever reason, Derek is that person who always looks up both physically and metaphorically.

No, it’s actually much better than that!

It’s a tactical maneuver. When clearing the room with any firearm, you do what’s called the “sweep and clear”.

You start with a fixed point, generally a corner, and you “slice the pie”, which means that you divide the room into sectors. In order to “clear” your slice of pie, you slide your gaze from floor to ceiling. Urban warfare will generally use infra-red cameras to ensure nobody’s hiding, and in most places, there won’t be exposed rafters, but in a situation like Derek’s, he’s absolutely right to check up there.

Even a regular human can find their way into the rafters, and with supernatural villains who can use their claws to scale sheer surfaces, he’d be absolutely stupid not to.

What I find really neat is that most people DON’T know this technique. I only know it because my Very Specialized Skill Set has an army background, I have relatives on the Force and my bff’s dad was in the Service. The average layman DOESN’T, and we’ve had no previous example of Derek Hale having any sort of specialized training in urban search and warfare.

But you know who would?

The Beacon Hills PD, which makes me wonder if perhaps Deputy Derek isn’t so far out of the realm of possibility after all. I mean, sure, maybe Braeden taught him, but he immediately falls into the behaviour, like he’s had time to practice.

So maybe the Sheriff’s been giving him a hand?

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beenwandering:

isn’t this what happened

Pretty much verbatim.

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The trinity — three plans or just one?

cupidsbower:

Just realised something Stereky about 411.

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Curiously, they’ve also started wearing the same colours.

Look at the clips in these Big Scenes. Earlier on, Stiles wears green. Next scene? Derek. Then Derek wears blue. Next is Stiles. Somewhere about the middle, though, they start wearing them together.

Not coincidentally, I think the first time we see them BOTH wear the same palette is when Stiles is protecting Cora. They’re both wearing blue. In the death scene, same. The Anchor scene, a rusty, dusty low-intensity red.

They’ve gone from playing off each other, switching, to being shown as a unit.

I don’t think someone who’s job it is to LITERALLY pick clothes for these characters under Davis’ explicit direction would be unaware of that symbolism.

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myherocomplex:

I seriously love the theory that Parrish is a pheonix, because the idea of him as a creature/person who is reborn every time he dies…that would be so beautiful for Lydia, the person whose existence predicts death.

Her fate is so lonely, so terrifying.

How reassuring if the…

Oh, I like this idea.

The idea of a Banshee and a Pheonix together just seems really lovely, and Mama Martin was dropping some hella “you’ll be eighteen in like two weeks on your eighteenth birthday EIGHTEEN” heavy handed hints.

And Parrish looks like, twenty, tops, and I expect has looked twenty, tops, for about twenty years, minimum.

Just everything about that idea works. And Stiles likes him, which is the seal of approval right there.

So while normally I can’t stand the idea of Big Age Gap Pairings, this one seems a lot less ehn than the usual.

And if he is a Pheonix, I’d just like there to be one person who Lydia didn’t have to keen for.

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unbuttonedinawood:

i never thought i’d write the words “deeply evil carpet” but. seriously. what a deeply evil carpet that is.

And what you should do is to put this over an actual trap, like a hole in the floor so people will be like “Oh ha ha ha that’s soooo funny, it’s a rug!” And then fall through it. 

are you satan


Can you imagine one day you buy this at a sale, and it’s cool, you’re gonna prank all your friends. And maybe a little while later you look down and there’s some darker shape at the bottom of the stairs. And gradually, this figure comes up the stairs and nothing you do can stop it, but you tell yourself it’s okay because it can’t get out. Except maybe you wake up one night and the thing is standing on the top of the rug.

fishslut:

of-the-yellow-ajah:

unbuttonedinawood:

i never thought i’d write the words “deeply evil carpet” but. seriously. what a deeply evil carpet that is.

And what you should do is to put this over an actual trap, like a hole in the floor so people will be like “Oh ha ha ha that’s soooo funny, it’s a rug!” And then fall through it. 

are you satan

Can you imagine one day you buy this at a sale, and it’s cool, you’re gonna prank all your friends.

And maybe a little while later you look down and there’s some darker shape at the bottom of the stairs.

And gradually, this figure comes up the stairs and nothing you do can stop it, but you tell yourself it’s okay because it can’t get out.

Except maybe you wake up one night and the thing is standing on the top of the rug.

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S4 Review 404

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cupidsbower:

Re-watching S4 to date, and tracking the big themes.

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I had this crack theory about Malia.

She might be a created by Stiles, she fits what he finds attractive before he lets go of Lydia…

Does that make Malia a Tulpa?

Curiously, Tulpa are described as follows:

"Tulpa (Tibetan: སྤྲུལ་པ, Wylie: sprul-pa; Sanskrit: निर्मित nirmita[1] and निर्माण nirmāṇa;[2] "to build" or "to construct") also translated as "magical emanation",[3] "conjured thing" [4] and "phantom" [5] is a concept in mysticism of a being or object which is created through sheer spiritual or mental discipline alone"

and given that 3b just so conveniently brings up the Tibetan Buddhist concept of Bardo, it’s not outside the realm of possibility that Davis was inspired by another Tibetan Buddhist idea.

"“Once the tulpa is endowed with enough vitality to be capable of playing the part of a real being, it tends to free itself from its maker’s control."

There’s also the idea that the tulpa is linked to its makers’ life force. As it grows in strength, a malignant tulpa can draw that strength from its maker, weakening them.

So, it’s actually possible!

okay, but lets think about muggle-borns with Dilophosaurus patronuses and how badly that would freak out the purebloods?