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holmesandthehedgehog:

the-star-spangled-avenger:

Your dash has been signed by Benedict Cumberbatch

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I HAVE WANTED THIS FOR SO LONG

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aresnakesreal:

like imagine if you’d never seen a dog and you saw a saint bernard and you were like, what’s that and then someone was like, thats a dog. and then you saw a chihuahua and you were like ok whats that and they were like, that’s a dog. wouldn’t you feel lied to? wouldn’t you sense that something was amiss

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foreveranandosgirl:

SIMPLY AMAZAYN!! :D

Excuse me while I go cry in the corner… 

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guy:

tell someone to look and they’ll ignore you. but tell someone not to look and they’ll turn their head faster than it takes a straight white boy to ask for nudes during 21 questions

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shitidroppedthebassagain:

Best part of any show ever

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mrgjohnson:

rembolikesthings:

mrgjohnson:

HIV Through the Years

So a while back, I worked on some comics with the National AIDS Trust. They’re based on interviews with people who were diagnosed with HIV through the years, with one case study for the 80s, one for the 90s, one for the 00s and one for the present day.

It’s 30 years to the day since the official discovery of HIV, so it’s a pretty appropriate time for them to finally be released. It feels great to have my work out there helping people.

I would really appreciate if you would follow the link and read the comics, then share them to increase HIV awareness. HIV stigma is a real problem which affects a lot of people, and the only way to deal with that is to spread awareness.

See them here

I recently saw the documentary with Stephen Fry about AIDS. It was shocking to see how misinformed we generally still are and how complacent some people have gotten. All the while the stigma remains.
Excellent to see an awareness message, through the best medium possible.

Just a quick reblog for the evening/night crowd. Really would mean a lot to me if this got some attention so do share if you can.

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bblackwidow:

bblackwidow:

how did steve and nat walk around that mall with just a hoodie and not get recognized i mean if i was in that mall i would have been like “do you smell that? i smell freedom. i smell steve rogers”

[eagle screeches in the background]

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