GRAB YOUR COPY OF THE STEREK BOOK IN THIS 1 HOUR-LONG SALE!
Like we already announced, we will run one hour-long sales of the Sterek book randomly during the week. And we have news! One of our followers sent us some very grim news about a wild pack of wolves in the Huckleberry Mountain, where Washington’s wildlife agency is wiping them out by helicopter sniper.
That’s why we decided that a portion of each random hour-long sale will go to the Center for Biological Diversity’s Predator Defense Fund to give them the tools they need to stop the killing. We encourage everyone to make direct donations to help save this pack of wolves.
We’ll open a 48 hour-long sale of the Sterek Book during the weekend, and that money will go to the Ali Forney center, a safe-house for homeless LGBT teens in New York City.
The first random one hour-long sale is happening right now, so grab your copy » HERE « before the hour is over!
For future reference.
For those who would ever need it. -C
reblogging here because i can see this being relevant to anyone who’s ever tried to get out of an abusive relationship
Reblogging because that last comment made me reread the whole thing in a new light and realize this could be vital information. So, putting it out there for everyone, and hoping no one ever really needs it.
This is a great conversation in terms of how ridicuously important syntax is in Teen Wolf.
Peter: I said that to you?
Meredith: You said it.
Although since every word of dialogue in the show is potentially or is like this…
Perpetually slow clappin’ it out
So he remembers, he’s just freaking out because someone overheard his plans.
That sounds … just like Peter Hale to me.
Sterek And The Red String Of Fate
Now, i could be reading too much into a few a of these scenes. But while doing my rewatch, and going through all the sterek scenes over and over again to do the orange and blue meta. I kept noticing all the red thread (tape and markers) connected to Sterek.
Arden was absolutely STUNNING at the VMAS on Sunday. If you haven’t yet, make sure to catch her on this week’s After After Show on MTV.COM!
Sterek Week 2014 Monday: Lyrics & Quotes
All I have. All I need.
He’s the air I would kill to breathe…
Holds my love in his hands
Still I’m searching for something…
Out of breath, I am left hoping someday
I’ll breathe again…
- Sara Bareilles “Breathe Again”
Some men do the dinner dishes every night. That doesn’t make their wives free. On the contrary, it’s just one more thing she has to feel grateful to him for. He, in the power and glory of his maleness, condescended to do something for her. It will never mean more than that until the basic power relations are changed. As long as men are the superior caste and hold the political power in the class relationship between men and women, it will be a favor your lover is doing you, however imperiously you demand it. And beyond that one thing, nothing else need have changed.
Independence from the Sexual Revolution (via medusasseveredhead)
Oooooh girl. Now that I live with a lesbian couple I’ve been wondering why the dishes situation feels soooo fucking different and this articulated it perfectly.
This is really well put, and it rings true in my own situation - I do all the cooking, cleaning and childcare, but if I fuck up with any of those things, in the eyes of general society, I don’t get the blame - she does, because they think it’s still fundamentally her responsibility, she gets the blame for delegating badly. People think I’m amazing for doing normal, everyday standard shit, and I never get criticised because they think it’s a miracle that I’m even doing it in the first place. If she was doing what I do people would think of her as just a run of the mill housewife, but for some reason it makes me exceptional. It’s bullshit.
Ask me how many times I had to say thank you if my ex washed any dishes or did any other housework. It was as much of a job praising him for the work as it would have been to do it.
Ask me how many times he thanked me for cleaning the bathroom, doing the kitty litter, making the bed, doing the dishes, scrubbing the toiler, gathering laundry.
And then it hit me: I thank him because he is doing me a favour. He doesn’t thank me because you don’t thank someone for doing THEIR JOB.