Hi, I'm Steph, a woman who is trying to figure out her place in the world. All while paying bills, finding a social life, and trying not to let herself get overwhelmed with stress and life's bullshit.

This is where you will find random rants about my life and (more commonly) various things I reblog from my fandoms. They are numerous and most prominently/recently include:

-Agents of SHIELD;
-Warehouse 13 (Bering and Wells!!);
-Castle;
-The Hunger Games;
-Once Upon A Time (mostly Swan Queen, some Sleeping Warrior and other pairings);
-Game of Thrones;
-Misc DC/Marvel stuff;
-Doctor Who;
-Lost Girl;
-Grey's Anatomy;
-True Blood;
-Law & Order: SVU;
-Defiance;
-Rizzoli & Isles;
-The X-Files;
-Reading.

PS by the length of this info bar you may have noticed I'm a bit verbose. So yeah... head's up.

 

klefable:

"this reminded me of you" is the cutest thing. like i dont care if its a song or a photo or a youtube video i will be excited

hartcondition:

yzma:

zeus….. IS the father
*hera throws chair and has to be restrained by security titans*

That’s it. That’s Greek mythology.

crazysexyfierce:

pleasestopbeingsad:

Street harassment is not a compliment.

This! There is a HUGE difference between a genuine compliment and the shit idiots say to you in the street.

crazysexyfierce:

pleasestopbeingsad:

Street harassment is not a compliment.

This! There is a HUGE difference between a genuine compliment and the shit idiots say to you in the street.

She may love you. She probably does. She probably thinks about you all the time. But that isn’t what matters. What matters is what she’s doing about it, and what she’s doing about it is nothing. And if she’s doing nothing, you most certainly shouldn’t do anything. You need someone who goes out of their way to make it obvious that they want you in their life.

I really want you to see this, and just understand.  (via onefitmodel)

This is exactly it. Exactly.

(via pearl-of-grace)

(Source: a-quiet-old-soul)

Queerbaiting is the silent killer in our televisions. Please, make sure your favorite shows get tested early and often. In the first stages of queerbaiting, the disease is regularly mistaken for actual representation and the start of a romantic arc. Symptoms include lingering physical contact, intense gazes, vague but seemingly meaningful confessions and innuendo-filled dialogue. One of the most prevalent symptoms is referred to by the medical community as “eye sex,” with hundreds of cases on record. So far, the only cure for queerbaiting seems to be not engaging with the show itself, but the more time that passes, the deeper the investment and thus the more difficult the treatment.