thecastingcircle

    Blade led the way for the success of all the following Marvel movies.  No Spiderman or X-Men or Disney buying Marvel without Blade.  No Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, Black Panther, or Avengers without Blade.

    sleepynegress

    ^^^^ Marvel was in the toilet before Blade. Blade was a sleeper hit that summer and was the first official hit of not just Marvel films, but the comicbook superhero genre in general. Before this super-slick R-rated feature, it was B-movies with day-glo tights. NO ONE took the the genre seriously. Blade, a black superhero changed all of that.

    daystxlker

    if those are the little bug things that look like centipedes yeah fuck em omfg

    banishedquasiroyal

    I HATE THEM SO MUCH

    daystxlker

    OH IN MINECRAFT I THOUGHT YOU MEANT. REAL ONES SLDKJFLSKDJLFSDF

    banishedquasiroyal

    wait

    WHAT DO YOU MEAN REAL ONES

    plump9000

    where do you think the name came from

    banishedquasiroyal

    i don’t know, tumblr user plump9000. i sort of thought they weren’t real, like endermen. or creepers.

    timurmurtazin

    >implying endermen aren’t real

    banishedquasiroyal

    really not liking what you’re implying buddy

    kiss-my-piss

    Resources for Male Victims of Abuse

    How to Recognize Abuse

    **Emotional Abuse of Men

    **Sexual Assault of Men and Boys

    **Men Can Be Victims of Abuse, Too

    **Domestic Violence Against Men - Know the Signs

    **Information for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse

    **Help for Battered Men

    **Battered Men, Battered Husbands

    **For Male Survivors of Rape and Sexual Abuse

    **Male Survivors of Incest and Sexual Child Abuse

    **Help for Men Who Are Being Abused

    Help Lines (Phone and Text Chat)

    National Domestic Violence Hotline: 1-800-799-7233 (or 1-800-787-3224 for TTY)

    National Dating Abuse Hotline: 1-866-331-9474

    National Sexual Assault Hotline: 1-800-656-4673

    National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-237-8255

    Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men: 1-888-743-5754 (US and Canada)

    Hopeline Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-784-2433

    National Hotline for Victims of Crimes: 1-855-484-2846

    National Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-373-7888

    Polaris Human Trafficking Text Line: Text “BEFREE” to 233733

    **1in6/RAINN Chat for Male Survivors of Sexual Abuse

    Support Groups

    **1in6 Support Groups

    Male Survivor Support Groups

    Pandora’s Aquarium - Chat (includes chats specifically for men)

    Pandora’s Aquarium - Forums (includes forums specifically for men)

    How to Find a Shelter

    Domestic Shelters Search (shelter locator with filters to find shelters specifically for male survivors)

    SAFE (located in Austin, TX, but states they can help people find resources/shelters in their area)

    How to Find a Therapist

    **Male Survivor Therapist Directory

    Mental Health Services Locator

    Resources for and About the Abuse of Kids/Teens

    Love is Respect Hotline: 1-866-331-9474 (Hotline for teens)

    Darkness to Light Helpline (Sexual Abuse): 1-866-367-5444

    Darkness to Light Text Line: Text “LIGHT” to 741741

    ChildHelp USA National Child Abuse Hotline: 1-800-422-4453

    Children of the Night Hotline (Children in Prostitution): 1-800-551-1300

    National Runaway Safeline: 1-800-786-2929

    Covenant House Nineline (Homeless Youth): 1-800-999-9999

    Stop it Now Hotline: 1-888-773-2362 (for adults concerned about the welfare of a child)

    Jennifer Ann’s Group (for teens experiencing dating violence)

    Other Resource Lists

    (While I tried to include the most helpful resources I could here (i.e., resources that lend themselves to one-on-one communication, individual reading, etc.), there are plenty of other great resources, including regional resources, listed in these links. Some of the resources are specific to men and others aren’t, but they are all helpful for male survivors.)

    **Male Survivor (regional, international, and online resources)

    **Husband Battering: Men and Domestic Violence

    **Help for Battered Men: Online Resources

    **Help for Battered Men: National and International Resources

    **Help for Guys: Help for Victims (some resources for men, many general resources)

    mogai-watch

    This is so important. 

    everywitchway

    SLAMS that reblog

    ireneadlercatwoman

    This is amazing @sexuallymonsterous you are a good person for putting this list together. 

    transitioning-nb

    Not all that related to this blog, but I wanted to share this anyway. To all survivors of abuse, please know that what happened to you was not your fault, you didn’t deserve what happened to you. You matter, you’re strong for still being here & putting up with what you’ve had to. Hold on. Know that you’re loved 💛💜🖤

    wilwheaton

    It took me 46 years to realize how consistently I had been emotionally abused as a child and adult, until I pulled away from my abuser and stopped letting him keep me in a toxic relationship. It’s never too late to reclaim your life from the people who hurt you, because you deserve to be happy and to live your best life.

    ceebootycakess

    💜💜💜

    thebusistudent

    THERE IS A FONT THAT IS DESIGNED TO MAKE U REMEMBER EVERYTHING

    I don’t usually share a whole lot but THIS IS INCREDIBLE 

    http://sansforgetica.rmit/?utm_source=Facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=Sans_Forgetica&utm_content=Launch_Video

    coffeeandnotebooksandpens

    I’ve been using this for my APUSH notes and I absolutely LOVE it! Sure I get strange looks from my teacher when he looks over my shoulder at what I’m typing, but whatever works, works, right?

    thebusistudent

    I’m SO happy that this reached so many people oh my goodness

    It’s such an incredible project and I hope it has helped heaps of you amazing students to study <3 

    saph-studies

    This is so cool 🦔

    tiny-personal-university-thing

    Reblogging for later.