I'm the sort of romance novel heroine who browbeats my broody, controlling, boyishly beautiful suitor off my case, hijacks my own story in favor of solving crime, and ends my novel single and fabulous, wielding a magic sword everyone thought was meant for a man. The love interest exits in search of a more pliable woman as hairy vikings and voluptuous babes throw themselves at my combat-booted feet.
Body and fabric artist, entertainment blogger, and aspiring young-adult fantasy author. Currently rotating my attention through three different books while chilling out in central Florida and reblogging all
the social justice.
The contents of this blog are intersectional feminist, pro-science, pro-cartoons, and pro-butts.
Fandoms include: Rise of the Guardians, Lord of the Rings, Doctor Who, Gargoyles, Disney, Sailor Moon, Adventure Time, Gravity Falls, Xena: Warrior Princess, Community, Castle, W.I.T.C.H., Avengers, Wonder Woman, Samurai Jack, and a whole lot of books.
I also help this person
write this fanfic
Gonna post the hell out of some selfies today because my girls and I are getting all dolled up for lunch today because we can
"Now what is particularly outrageous about the Wal-Mart business model is that the Walton family that owns Wal-Mart is the wealthiest family in this country … The six heirs of Sam Walton are worth about, I believe, over $100 billion. Which is more wealth than the bottom 40 percent of the American people, interestingly. And what is quite amazing is that one of the reasons this family has become so wealthy is that the taxpayers of the United States provide more welfare to the Walton family than any family in America. So that — when you have workers in Wal-Mart who in order to feed their families have got to go on food stamps, have got to go on Medicaid to get their healthcare, have got to live in government-subsidized affordable housing in order to have a roof over their heads — what that dynamic is, essentially, is that the United States, that the taxpayers of this country are in partnership with the Walton family. The Walton family makes all of the money – the wealthiest family in America – while the taxpayers have to subsidize the low-paid employees. And that to me is totally absurd."