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Ich weiss nicht was soll es bedeuten

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enterprise autobiographies

spicyshimmy:

  • prose and khans, by james t. kirk
  • invented in russia, by pavel a. chekov
  • have you met my plants, by hikaru sulu
  • vulcans not vulcants, by s’chn t’gai spock
  • rephrase that, by montgomery scott
  • a little flight music, by nyota u. uhura
  • i should have said no, by leonard h. mccoy
  • i did say no but nobody listened, by leonard h. mccoy
  • in space nobody can hear you scream but listen harder because i’m shouting at you, by leonard h. mccoy

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I want a show with bisexuals who actually use the B word…

derinthemadscientist:

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And non-fetishised lesbians…

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And respected sex workers…

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And ‘bad’ mothers who are given the same chances at redemption that their male counterparts usually are…

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and foster families that aren’t treated as “substitute” families…

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and adopted families that aren’t treated as “replacement” families…

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and non-stereotyped transmen…

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and victims who refuse to be defined by their abuse…

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and have them all be vitally important characters…

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faustiancontracts:

moebiusloop:

tryinad:

themightycaz:

Know your place!

A guide for anyone who wants to write about royals.

Always reblog Noble Hierarchy.
Also, female equivalents:
Empress
Queen
Grand Duchess
Grand Princess
Archduchess
Duchess
Princess
Marchioness
Countess
Viscountess
Baroness
Dame
Lady

Just to clarify for those who are making English female royalty, Count was not used. Earl was instead, but, since there is not a female equivalent of Earl, the appropriate term is Countess. 
Cheers~ :3

faustiancontracts:

moebiusloop:

tryinad:

themightycaz:

Know your place!

A guide for anyone who wants to write about royals.

Always reblog Noble Hierarchy.

Also, female equivalents:

Empress

Queen

Grand Duchess

Grand Princess

Archduchess

Duchess

Princess

Marchioness

Countess

Viscountess

Baroness

Dame

Lady

Just to clarify for those who are making English female royalty, Count was not used. Earl was instead, but, since there is not a female equivalent of Earl, the appropriate term is Countess

Cheers~ :3

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