Salutations! I'm Jessica, and this is the blog of a nutty, slightly obsessive, bisexual, teenaged, feminist, fannish, internet activist. Therefore, you ought to expect lots of LGBTQ+, feminism, anti-racism, shipping, and general fandom nonsense, including but not limited to Harry Potter, Star Trek (TOS, Reboot, and DS9), Merlin, Psych, Community, Elementary, various other incarnations of Sherlock Holmes, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Homestuck, The Avengers, Doctor Who, Supernatural, cats, other assorted adorable animals and various other things which have a tendency to be shiny, squeeable and/or very, very gay. Any oppressed group I'm a member of, I'm an activist for, and any that I'm not, I try to be an ally for. Please, call me out on my bullshit whenever it occurs.
I'm a seventeen year old high school graduate (skipped a grade, woohoo), and I want to be a novelist or a geneticist. Perhaps both, but probably not at the same time.
I tag the shit out of everything, so 1) my blog is apparently an awesome reference point, and 2) I really won't mind if you need me to tag something for Tumblr Savior.
I don't do followbacks unless you're fandom or SJ and I like what you post. If you want me to check out your blog, go ahead and ask. I might not follow you (I tried to keep the number of people I follow pretty low), but I will at the very least look at it!
Currently single. ;)
You can follow me on Twitter, too! I post a lot of stuff on there that never makes it here.
Talk to me! I get bored easily; you can help alleviate that boredom! :D I'm most likely to be active between the hours of ten AM and ten PM, Eastern Standard Time.
The Bible is a blueprint of in-group morality, complete
with instructions for genocide, enslavement of out-groups,
and world domination. But the Bible is not evil by virtue
of its objectives or even its glorification of murder, cruelty,
and rape. Many ancient works do that - The Iliad, the
Icelandic Sagas, the tales of the ancient Syrians and
the inscriptions of the ancient Mayans, for example. But
no one is selling the Iliad as a foundation for morality.
Therein lies the problem. The Bible is sold, and bought, as
a guide to how people should live their lives. And it is, by
far, the world’s all-time best seller.