He’s felt pain when touching the mind of another. Confusion as well. By this time, he’s melded with multiple beings. But after touching Jim’s he nearly cries. He is shaken up afterwards, his focus interrupted, his words slow and hoarse. I’m convinced this is the moment Spock admits to himself that he feels more than friendship for Jim Kirk. When he starts referring to him as his t’hy’la in his thoughts. He says here, “He is an extremely dynamic individual.” Meaning, it was difficult for Spock to pull their minds apart, to separate himself from Jim’s, perhaps because unconsciously Jim didn’t want him to go. And so begins Spock’s decision to leave for Gol, to purge himself of all emotion, of everything Jim Kirk has become to him.
"Jim! Goodbye, my…my t’hy’la. This is the last time I will permit myself to think of you or even your name again."
…There was much to put out of his mind. Why was it difficult to forget Chekov’s astonished delight which greeted him at the command airlock when he boarded? And on the bridge - Kirk! The mere name made Spock groan inwardly as he remembered what it had cost him to turn away from that welcome. T’hy’la!
Can we make this the most reblogged picture on Tumblr
THIS MADE MY SO HAPPY I CAN´T EVEN TELL YOU
Elliot is basically Kurt but with ten more years of tattoos, sass, scruff; and not putting up with pint-sized divas.
Good reminder that every expert started out as an amateur
Why is it that I always end up drawing one of them right, and screw up on the other?!
The heads were all around her. She touched one, curious, wondering if it was real. Her fingertips brushed a massive jaw. It felt real enough. The bone was smooth beneath her hand, cold and hard to the touch. She ran her fingers down a tooth, black and sharp, a dagger made of darkness. It made her shiver.
Girls always bitch about this, sure, but it’s not like it’s any better for guys. You think I wanna be some ultra macho beefcake?
There’s a reason I always pick female character models in video games.
I fucking lost my shit over this
I think I’ve already reblogged this before but who cares.
Hello, men are pictured as “ultra macho beefcakes” because of the patriarchy. The association of strenght, power and importance to the male figure created a physical stereotype too. Remember that if you feel inadequate, it’s because of the men who lived before you and thought that if you weren’t a macho beefcake you weren’t worth anything. If a woman feels inadequate, it’s also because of the impossible standards imposed by men (who, of course, based their judgement on what they found sexually appealing).
You did it all by yourself. For both men and women.