I AIM TO MISBEHAVE!


First of all.. I am not a lesbian.. I'm not even female.
I am a manly man.

That is me in the gif.



My name is Ramma and i fucking love bacon.


Here are some links for your enjoyment. CLICK THEM, BITCHES!

All about me
This is me (warning.. may cause pregnancy)
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My Babies
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Many people wonder how i got this awesome url.. let me tell you

When I closed my eyes, I saw this thing, a sign, I saw this name in bright blue neon lights with a purple outline. And this name was so bright and so sharp that the sign - it just blew up because the name was so powerful... It said, "Towritelesbiansonherarms."

You really are the perfect lesbian . - the penis of course "
- Lesbiansandthelivingdead

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The gif is me and the icon is not.

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Hack/Slash

Weekend Hack/Slash sale for all y’all horror freaks out there!

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YO YO YO YO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Here you go people. A perfect opportunity to sample the greatness that is Hack/Slash.

This is what Hack/Slash is about

I suggest you start with My First Maniac 1-4 as it’s kind of an introduction/origin to the badass Cassie Hack.
It only has the stuff from Image Comics on there though. There’s loads more comics published by Devil’s Due Publishing.

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Seventeen days.

Aliens was a revelation to me when I was a kid.

As soon as the actual action started, what immediately struck me was that every woman onscreen had her shit absolutely together, and every man (with the exception of Corporal Hicks, Bishop and Apone) was a complete walking clusterfuck.

Moreover, as in this .gifed scene, the narrative itself made it explicit that the only way the men were going to survive was by emulating the women.

And even though I was still just a dipshit kid when I first saw this, I didn’t pull on an MRA fedora and whine about my gender being portrayed in such an unflattering light, because even then, I immediately recognized, “This is what it’s like for women to watch literally every other sci-fi action film.  Well played, movie.”