I'm Rowan. This is my personal and fandom blog. You'll see a butt-ton of analysis, my face, and sad posts about Marble Hornets, mostly.
(But there's anime and TV/film stuff, too.)

I record songs, most of them about fandoms I'm in, along with some originals.

I also study French, in case you care about my poor grasp of it, and I have a passion for language! Plus LGTBQ issues (I'm in the Q yo) and feminism. Stuff like that. It's pretty awesome.

My amazing sidebar art is by beastboyrox746!


give me all of your queer marble hornets headcanons

Tim W is important

I love buying new things but i hate spending money I’m so angry



is that thor


i hate it when u stop being friends w someone or u break up w someone cos uve got all this information about them like at the back of ur mind like their birthday or their favorite game or whatever, and even years later things will come up and you’ll think about that person and its like. oh. and it never really Stops



complete panic in one screenshot

#me #q
Me: *has 5 video games I started to play but never beat*
Me: *plays a game I've beaten 4 times*


What do you mean ‘Butterfly of farewell” ????? Rei, hasn’t anybody told you that LEAVING IS STRICTLY FORBIDDEN????????? 

Dedicated to Viria because it’s thanks to her that I’m watching deltoid paradise those dorks. 






Literally the best bromance to ever bromance

I have a lot of feels about turk and jd. Yeah they were both straight but they loved each other and it never was a “no homo” thing. It got pretty homo at times and they embraced it and it didn’t matter. The joke wasn’t that they were gay, it wasn’t even a joke. They had serious friend love for each other and showed it in healthy ways. It showed cis men that were compassionate for each other in a positive way(yeah it got goofy at times but it was a comedy)

Sorry I love scrubs.

That’s the way to bromance

Love scrubs.


do you feel in control, tim?


Ray Narvaez Jr. Appreciation Post



Mother delivers moving speech defending trans daughter

Debi Jackson, who is the mother of 6-year-old trans girl AJ, was speaking at the Unity Temple on the Plaza in Kansas City.

Contains: Some humour (hence the reblog here), discussion of genitals, therapy, and concepts of dyphoria and transphobia by a third party. The speaker uses correct pronouns (she/her/hers) throughout, even when referring to the time when she didn’t understand what being transgender meant/when she thought her daughter was a boy.

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