aleatoryw: shawnhenryspencer: betazeds: shawnhenryspencer: shawnhenryspencer: betazeds: shawnhenryspencer: do you think vampires and werewolves are an exclusively human phenomenon or are there dwarfish werewolves and elvish vamps and shit?? would you fucking go to bed *griffin voice* come plaaaaaay with me… Read more

aleatoryw: shawnhenryspencer: betazeds: shawnhenryspencer: shawnhenryspencer: betazeds: shawnhenryspencer: do you think vampires and werewolves are an exclusively human phenomenon or are there dwarfish werewolves and elvish vamps and shit?? would you fucking go to bed *griffin voice* come plaaaaaay with me… Read more

No, it was not common “back in the day” for 13 year old girls to already have children.

fandomsandfeminism: So I posted about this in a reply the other day, but I think it deserves it’s own post too. You see this reasoning a lot: that huge age gaps in fantasy fiction or historical fiction or whatever were… Read moreNo, it was not common “back in the day” for 13 year old girls to already have children.

No, it was not common “back in the day” for 13 year old girls to already have children.

fandomsandfeminism: So I posted about this in a reply the other day, but I think it deserves it’s own post too. You see this reasoning a lot: that huge age gaps in fantasy fiction or historical fiction or whatever were… Read moreNo, it was not common “back in the day” for 13 year old girls to already have children.

megarah-moon: “Fairy Ring” by Gerd Fairy ring folklore can be found through out Europe. Each has some element of metaphysical or magikal undercurrent. One of the first appearances of fairy rings comes from German-speaking Europe. Fairy rings were known as… Read more

megarah-moon: “Fairy Ring” by Gerd Fairy ring folklore can be found through out Europe. Each has some element of metaphysical or magikal undercurrent. One of the first appearances of fairy rings comes from German-speaking Europe. Fairy rings were known as… Read more