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Just a girl who loves to RP to keep herself sane during the school year. Poke around as much as you like, "Hover" for more links, and enjoy your stay!

TRACKING: saoirse1x1s

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Brothers Grimm’s Homeland, 2013 | Kilian Schönberger

# scenery 

I’ve done something I’ve never done before: I queued up a 4-gif post of One Direction’s Niall Horan. I don’t listen to 1D, I’m “meh” on their music, and they’re not something I’d normally reblog.

The only reasons I queued it up is because a) It looked like he was in a movie and could have been doing something in the headquarters of one of those secret government agencies that’s only a couple of people but is more important that people will ever realize because they’re super unknown to mainstream government agencies, and b) He’s the only face I find I’d like to use if I ever got inspiration for him. But mostly “a)”.

I’m not sure how to feel about this.

sirenssings:

words to use instead of ‘said’

accused, added, addressed, admitted, advised, agreed, announced, answered, approved, argued, asked, assured

babbled, barked, bawled, beamed, began, begged, bellowed, bet, bleated, blurted, boasted, boomed, bragged, broke in, bubbled, bugged

called, cautioned, chatted, chattered, cheered, chided, chimed in, choked, chortled, chorused, chuckled, clucked, coaxed, commanded, commented, complained, concluded, confessed, confided, congratulated, continued, convinced, corrected, coughed, cried, croaked, crowed

dared, deadpanned, decided, declared, demanded, denied, described, doubted, drawled

echoed, ended, exclaimed, explained

finished, fretted

gasped, gibed, giggled, greeted, groaned, growled, grumbled, guessed, gulped, gurgled

hinted, hissed, hypothesized

imitated, implied, informed, inquired, insisted, interjected, interrupted

jeered, jested, joked

laughed, lied, lisped

marveled, mimicked, moaned, mumbled, murmured, mused, muttered

nagged, nodded, noted

objected, observed, offered, ordered

piped, pleaded, pondered, praised, prayed, promised, proposed, protested, put in, puzzled

quavered, queried, questioned, quipped, quoted

ranted, reasoned, reassured, recalled, reckoned, remarked, remembered, reminded, repeated, replied, requested, responded, retorted, roared

sang, sassed, scolded, screamed, shot, shouted, shrieked, shrilled, sighed, smiled, smirked, snapped, snarled, sneered, sneezed, snickered, sniffed, sniffled, snorted, sobbed, spoke, sputtered, squeaked, stammered, started, stated, stormed, stuttered, suggested, surmised

taunted, teased, tempted, tested, theorized, thought, told

urged

vowed

wailed, warned, went on, wept, whimpered, whined, whispered, wondered, worried

yawned, yelled

# language 
lanasolyluna:

itsthegirlie:

I’m not reading any buzz about this on Tumblr yet, so please pass around and sign.
Stalker Zero –End the Japanese “Culture of Silence” toward crimes against women!
"Dear Prime Minister Abe,
As you know, I am the first Japanese woman to be crowned Miss International in the 52-year long history of the pageant. Since winning my crown in October 2012, I have been the victim of stalking, intimidation, threats, extortion and blackmail by a powerful Japanese talent agency executive known to have ties to organized crime.   
This man tried to abduct me from a TV studio, made threatening calls to my family, and hired private investigators to stalk me, peep into my windows and photograph my home.
The Japanese organizers of the Miss International 2013 world grand prix even asked me to “Play Sick” and “Keep Quiet” in order to appease my stalker after he made threatening phone calls to their sponsors. Because of this, I became the first Miss International titleholder in the 52-year history of the pageant prevented from passing my crown to my successor. I fear for my life and require 24hr security.
I went to the police with more than 30 exhibits of evidence including recordings and photographs. As is typically the case in Japan, the police did nothing more than offer to increase patrols in my area. They did nothing to assure my safely or to punish my stalker.
In an unprecedented move, I became the first Japanese women ever to publically name her tormentor and went public with my story. In sharp contrast to strong global coverage in the foreign media, not a single Japanese newspaper or TV station has covered the story out of fear of reprisal from my stalker who is linked to organized crime.
My blog has been read by millions of people and thousands have written messages of support and shared their own stories of fear, intimidation and violence.
Japan is plagued by a “culture of silence” toward crimes against women that has been the standard for centuries.  
Mr. Abe, as prime minister you have been a strong and vocal supporter of women’s rights. You have called time and time again for a “society in which women shine.”
Your strong leadership on this issue would be a game-changer.
As a first step, I ask that you establish a taskforce to investigate stalking and violence against women with the objective of laying out an immediate national strategy to address these issues and offer real protection for women.
Out of all the industrialized nations, Japan is by far the lowest ranking country on Gender Equality. –A disgraceful 105 out of 136 countries.
We need strict anti-stalking laws and strong punishment for perpetrators of crimes against women. We need a police force that will protect women and immediately act to prevent stalking and intimidation.
We need Restraining Orders granted by the courts for any woman who has been threatened, BEFORE she is actually harmed, murdered, or forced to commit suicide. We need media that report on these issues without fear.
Without protecting the women of Japan, our country will never enjoy the economic and moral benefits of a truly equal society.
Ikumi Yoshimatsu
Miss International 2012”

This is really important. After I published my story in japan times a scary amount of stalker stories were emailed to me. It’s time the police took violence against women seriously. If you need proof read the comment thread after my article in japan times. “No country safe for foreign women”

lanasolyluna:

itsthegirlie:

I’m not reading any buzz about this on Tumblr yet, so please pass around and sign.

Stalker Zero –End the Japanese “Culture of Silence” toward crimes against women!

"Dear Prime Minister Abe,

As you know, I am the first Japanese woman to be crowned Miss International in the 52-year long history of the pageant. Since winning my crown in October 2012, I have been the victim of stalking, intimidation, threats, extortion and blackmail by a powerful Japanese talent agency executive known to have ties to organized crime.   

This man tried to abduct me from a TV studio, made threatening calls to my family, and hired private investigators to stalk me, peep into my windows and photograph my home.

The Japanese organizers of the Miss International 2013 world grand prix even asked me to “Play Sick” and “Keep Quiet” in order to appease my stalker after he made threatening phone calls to their sponsors. Because of this, I became the first Miss International titleholder in the 52-year history of the pageant prevented from passing my crown to my successor. I fear for my life and require 24hr security.

I went to the police with more than 30 exhibits of evidence including recordings and photographs. As is typically the case in Japan, the police did nothing more than offer to increase patrols in my area. They did nothing to assure my safely or to punish my stalker.

In an unprecedented move, I became the first Japanese women ever to publically name her tormentor and went public with my story. In sharp contrast to strong global coverage in the foreign media, not a single Japanese newspaper or TV station has covered the story out of fear of reprisal from my stalker who is linked to organized crime.

My blog has been read by millions of people and thousands have written messages of support and shared their own stories of fear, intimidation and violence.

Japan is plagued by a “culture of silence” toward crimes against women that has been the standard for centuries.  

Mr. Abe, as prime minister you have been a strong and vocal supporter of women’s rights. You have called time and time again for a “society in which women shine.”

Your strong leadership on this issue would be a game-changer.

As a first step, I ask that you establish a taskforce to investigate stalking and violence against women with the objective of laying out an immediate national strategy to address these issues and offer real protection for women.

Out of all the industrialized nations, Japan is by far the lowest ranking country on Gender Equality. –A disgraceful 105 out of 136 countries.

We need strict anti-stalking laws and strong punishment for perpetrators of crimes against women. We need a police force that will protect women and immediately act to prevent stalking and intimidation.

We need Restraining Orders granted by the courts for any woman who has been threatened, BEFORE she is actually harmed, murdered, or forced to commit suicide. We need media that report on these issues without fear.

Without protecting the women of Japan, our country will never enjoy the economic and moral benefits of a truly equal society.

Ikumi Yoshimatsu

Miss International 2012”

This is really important. After I published my story in japan times a scary amount of stalker stories were emailed to me. It’s time the police took violence against women seriously. If you need proof read the comment thread after my article in japan times. “No country safe for foreign women”

# feminism 

a legend, Mr.Wayne.

# batman # dc comics 

"Do it like this."

# c: stiles