The Malevolent Cure

Welcome to my dreadfully dark den of detrimental desolation. Haha, alliteration.

I am Kyle, but, you may call me MaC, if you so choose. Just a warning: I do post NSFW items among my regular jibble. So, be aware if you are thinking of following me, lovelies.

I am a fan of many a thing past, present, and the foreseeable future. I cannot live without music, nor could I imagine living in a world without the works of Joss Whedon.

I am an advocate of freedom; meaning I believe in equality and understanding in: race, theology, gender, and sexuality. Moreover, equality in entirety.

I am an eclectic mind. You shall see many shades of personality from me.

Do not hesitate to drop me an ASK in my box or send me a request. Don't know what kind of request. Surprise me and I'll let you know if I'm capable and or willing.

I think that about sums it up. Welcome. You have thirteen hours in which to solve my labyrinth before your baby brother becomes one of us... forever.

musicalbeing:

prettylittlerunner:

curvecreation:

Just a reminder to women that cellulite isn’t this evil thing that only ‘fat’ people have. Most women, including well known celebrities have cellulite. The term cellulite was started in the 1960’s in a Vogue magazine. Its nothing more than the body storing fat, which practically every person has to some degree. Don’t be ashamed of something that’s normal!

Thank you for this post.

It was recently found that 98% of women have cellulite…which is a little higher than the percentage of women who develop breasts. 

Cellulite is more common than breasts—so stop acting like it’s not natural.

(via hardyharharleigh)

policymic:

17 lies we need to stop teaching girls about sex

Fueled by outdated ideals of gender roles and the sense that female sexuality is somehow shameful, there are certain pernicious myths about girls and sex that just won’t die. That sex education in America has gaping holes doesn’t help much, either; in a recent Centers for Disease Control (CDC) report, just 6 out of 10 girls said that their schools’ sex ed curriculum included information on how to say no to sex. This lack of personal agency was reflected in a forthcoming study by sociologist Heather Hlavka at Marquette University as well, which found that many young girls think of sex simply as something that is “done to them.”

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delphinecormier128:

Buffy meme | Episodes [2/6] - Band Candy

They’re teenagers. It’s a sobering mirror to look into, huh?

(via withoutpassionwedbetrulydead)

me-and-my-pain:

-obliqueperfection-:

idgas if this isn’t quality.
this gif means so much.. just, wow.

me-and-my-pain:

-obliqueperfection-:

idgas if this isn’t quality.

this gif means so much.. just, wow.

(Source: ilagammrgrt, via dreams-of-purple-haze)

This is frightening to me. 

This is frightening to me. 

(Source: xsadnesscomesatnightx, via dreams-of-purple-haze)

jakemalik:

everyone stop fighting

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just stop it

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leave it to the cute little puppies

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(via white-people-official)