Lost Girl, ladies and gentlemen. [x]
ZOIE PALMER STRONGLY FEELS THERE NEEDS TO BE MORE DOCCUBUS SEX SCENES
ZOIE PALMER IS ALL OF US :D
Well, I have to say that I did follow the advice and binge watch the whole series :-)
Paper sculptures by Li Hongbo.
I’m so uncomfortable
On the first one I swear I thought it was taffy coming out and I don’t even know..
I didn’t know it was paper, i thought it was like some weird science goo thing…
To outsiders, the loud, aggressive world of heavy metal might seems like an unlikely place to find progressive politics. But any metalhead worth their leather can attest that the genre has often commented on society’s ills. Black Sabbath railed against the Vietnam War, Nuclear Assault offered apocalyptic visions of Reagan’s ‘80s, Sepultura howled scathing condemnations of the treatment of indigenous tribes in their native Brazil, Napalm Death addressed government failures and corruption, and more recently, Cloud Rat roared about sexism and urban blight atop a grindcore soundtrack. Thrash metal, in particular, has a long-running habit of tackling sociopolitical subjects with its rough barked vocals, wailing solos, and frenetic shredding.
In both a geographical and cultural sense, Mumbai seems about as far as one can get from the California Bay Area where the thrash-metal movement reached its apex. But the Indian band Sceptre offers proof of just how widely this style has spread. Inspired by their American forebears in Exodus and DRI and the music of classic German thrash bands like Kreator and Sodom, Sceptre recently celebrated its 15 anniversary, and is distinguished as one of India’s longest-running metal bands. Their latest recording taps into their genre’s liberal-leaning ideological tradition in a way that’s refreshing and urgent in modern India.
Age of Calamity is a concept album that deals with the plight of women in Indian society, and all proceeds from its sales will go directly to benefit a girls’ orphanage in Mumbai. Its haunting cover artwork was created by Indian artist Saloni Sinha, and depicts a weeping woman cradling her head in her hands, surrounded on all sides by crumbling walls and grasping shadows. It’s a powerful image, and in keeping with the theme, the band chose to work with a female artist.
WHERE are they getting this stuff !!
I am the last dragon.
Top dragon is me 100%
30 Day Challenge // Day 23 // Something That Makes You Happy
I’ve learned how to cook since I moved out to California. It’s therapeutic. And delicious~ I garnish everything with a fried egg, and I never regret it.
BREAKING: Zoie Palmer Comes Out
Zoie Palmer aka Lauren from Lost Girl just came out at The Canadian Screen Awards. Zoe came out subtly by thanking her partner, Alex, and their son.
*does happy dance*
According to AfterEllen “The Alex in question is Alex Lalonde, a Canadian television and film producer, and the Luca seems to be Lalonde’s son from a previous relationship.”
My orc Dovakin and her wifey