A little blog of the REDWOOD, my beloved forest...
in which you will find what is mystery even to me :)
but mostly there is a little comedy behind a bush, fandoms growing like trees, art as birds in the wind, foodporn for hungry of these things and some sweet dreams behind doors on trees.


There’s only two sides of Mycroft Holmes.

it’s either this lil kid or the intimidating british govenment. there’s no in between.

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Anonymous said: Hello! I was wondering what your thoughts are on "Fifty Shades of Grey." I thought you made a post on it once, but I scoured your archive and can't seem to find it. I have a lot of friends excited over the latest movie trailer and going on about how they love the series and how they need to find a guy to do the stuff with and I'm all just, "No. That series is not a manual and just NO. Find real resources." So I was wondering your thoughts to add to my case of how 50 Shades is a Bad Thing. :D


Fifty Shades of Grey is a Very Bad Thing, because it romanticizes and eroticizes an abusive relationship while completely misrepresenting BDSM, with no acknowledgement or awareness of such from the author. It’s one thing if you want to write fantasy erotica about unhealthy relationships, but at the very least the book should include a disclaimer, and my personal opinion is that it should also include resource lists for people who want to learn about real, healthy BDSM, as well as resources on intimate partner violence.

In the BDSM scene, we’ve always had problems with both doms and subs not understanding the huge distinctions between BDSM and abuse. Every scene has its abusive, predatory doms who hang around on the fringes, waiting for naive new subs to come along who can be taken advantage of by exploiting these misunderstandings. 50 Shades made that problem a thousand times worse. Now you have new subs, mostly women, checking out the scene and straight-up expecting the kind of abuse they read about, not even realizing it’s abusive. It’s just horrifying. And let me tell you, those unscrupulous Doms out there? They know about 50 Shades, too, and they’re capitalizing on it left and right. E.L. James has a lot to answer for, if you ask me.

Comic-Con 2014: Neil Gaiman Documentary



our labor of love, the product of our life blood, our… our Neil Gaiman Documentary. We want to show you a sneak peek and talk about it with you!

FRIDAY at 7 in room 4

Respect Films’s Patrick Meaney (Grant Morrison: Talking With Gods) and Jordan Rennert (Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts) will be manning the panel with the fantastically capable Cat Mihos among others. You should check it out…

We’ll put up a youtube link when we can get one as well.

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There are 3 types of brothers
(Artist: Lanimalu)


There are 3 types of brothers

(Artist: Lanimalu)

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this is a cool test that gives you an rpg class and there are 100 possible results check it out

I got the Grand Diviner :)

Sound w.

Some Steve/Bucky recs



Amidst The Rubble -

21k, Mature, Post-TWS

Steve wants to be a good friend, to be selfless and strong and endlessly patient. To be confident that he’s making the right choices, doing the right things. To be the person…

“Be with someone that requires you to grow, makes you forget your problems, holds your hand, likes to kiss, appreciates art, and adores you.”

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I present to you a puppy eating watermelon.

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I mean was really necessary this shot


please explain

This is my favorite shot in the entire series, hands down, because it so clearly establishes the entirely and purely heterosexual parameters of John and Sherlock’s friendship. Here, John…