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13

Apr

voyagebysexualdiscovery:

Damn He’ll Be thinking bout that for Years

hegotm0ney:

Beyoncé & Solange dancing to “Losing You” at Coachella: [x]

THEY ARE TRYING TO KILL ME

(Source: serfborts)

savvyifyanasty:

> hair envy 😍

savvyifyanasty:

> hair envy 😍

(Source: bodyofafrica)

07

Apr

vavman-archive3:

BillyTeddy, in a sort of Harvest Moon-esque style.

Bonus, it’s animated! ♥

06

Apr

maelikki:

Teddy and Billy when they’re older. Teddy, in my headcanon, at some point takes on his duty as the Skrull Emperor, but only to unite them and convince them they don’t really need him as an Emperor, haha. :P(I like the idea of the Skrulls always adoring Teddy as their saviour and ‘king’ though, regardless of their system of government, and that never changes :D)Billy stays with him through all these years, he becomes Sorcerer Supreme.In the end, they’re both only still dorks and this is what this picture is supposed to show. :D"Who’s my cute Skrull emperor?""Me! Me!""Yes, you are!"[Kissies ensue.]TouchOfGrey37 wrote a comment to this I’d like to share, since I love the ideas:

Ugh, that is so frickin’ cute.
It looks like Billy’s a little grey around the temples? Though he still looks pretty young…27-35 at the most. I bet he tried to magically zap it away and Teddy was like, “No, don’t you dare. Visible signs of aging are so hot.” and Billy’s like “Ugh whatevs.” but he’s still secretly pleased that Teddy likes him no matter what.
Though, it’d make sense that Skrulls find visible signs of aging sexy. They’re shapeshifters, so unless they want to look old, they probably don’t.

I really, really like the idea of Teddy being into signs of aging. Also, I think, Billy would be a candidate for getting grey hair really early…!

maelikki:

Teddy and Billy when they’re older.
Teddy, in my headcanon, at some point takes on his duty as the Skrull Emperor, but only to unite them and convince them they don’t really need him as an Emperor, haha. :P
(I like the idea of the Skrulls always adoring Teddy as their saviour and ‘king’ though, regardless of their system of government, and that never changes :D)

Billy stays with him through all these years, he becomes Sorcerer Supreme.

In the end, they’re both only still dorks and this is what this picture is supposed to show. :D

"Who’s my cute Skrull emperor?"
"Me! Me!"
"Yes, you are!"
[Kissies ensue.]

TouchOfGrey37 wrote a comment to this I’d like to share, since I love the ideas:

Ugh, that is so frickin’ cute.

It looks like Billy’s a little grey around the temples? Though he still looks pretty young…27-35 at the most. I bet he tried to magically zap it away and Teddy was like, “No, don’t you dare. Visible signs of aging are so hot.” and Billy’s like “Ugh whatevs.” but he’s still secretly pleased that Teddy likes him no matter what.

Though, it’d make sense that Skrulls find visible signs of aging sexy. They’re shapeshifters, so unless they want to look old, they probably don’t.


I really, really like the idea of Teddy being into signs of aging. Also, I think, Billy would be a candidate for getting grey hair really early…!

fuckyeahyoungavengers:

Wiccan and Hulkling adorableness by deandraws

yesyaoiyeah:

Teddy Altaman & Billy Kaplan drawn by Cris-Art
Ok, this picture is awesome!! Billy looks like he’s almost dying of pleasure, and Teddy’s body is so tense, he’s muscles are all flexed! Is an orgastic picture!! XD

yesyaoiyeah:

Teddy Altaman & Billy Kaplan drawn by Cris-Art

Ok, this picture is awesome!! Billy looks like he’s almost dying of pleasure, and Teddy’s body is so tense, he’s muscles are all flexed! Is an orgastic picture!! XD

night-cf:

Yeah~! Finished~!(〃ノωノ)
Little Teddy & little Billy~~
Production material is LaDoll premix.

hope u like~~

dbledblezero:

drawing-bored:

michael hamm

hot, gay nerd is hot.

I WANT HIS LIFE!!!

02

Apr

policymic:

Gender stereotypes are limiting our sons and our daughters

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Their latest video examines how stereotypes constrain all people from the moment they are born.

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