Introducing, the Clone Club Library! 

If you didn’t already notice, you could probably write and entire thesis on Orphan Black. And the Clone Club Library is here to help you with that if you ever want to! Or if you just want to totally geek out about every aspect of this show. Here you will find a ton of well written posts by members of the clone club regarding the show in many various topics. Everything is separated into categories and Season 1 and Season 2, so that you may enjoy your stay in the library spoiler-free! 

As of now there are already 120+ posts and I will keep digging for more to add. If you think I’m missing something, do tell me! I’ve also included a little ballpit in the corner of the library (because you’re gonna need it). I’m serious, go check it out and see for yourself. So do pay us a visit and please reblog this post to spread the word about the library! Happy reading!  


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Tatiana Maslany on Conan (April 15, 2014)






This is an amazing site for calming down after a panic attack or to get your mind off of anxieties, basically you just make sand art with your mouse. Highly recommend





this site is fun as hell

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Oooh, this is really nice.  The sound of the falling sand is soothing, too.


Tatiana Maslany’s Disturbing German Fairy Tales

oh my god.

fantasticallyfilipino asked: "ive heard a lot about monosexism, but is it not a thing? im hoping u dont take this the wrong way but im kinda freakin out over it"


i’ve talked about this somewhat before. 

but, no, monosexism isn’t a thing. 

biphobia is definitely a thing. imo it delineates the experiences of bi and/or pan ppl in heteronormativitiy/heterosexism.

monosexism is about as meaningful as a distinct form of oppression as binarism (every probably knows what i think of binarism — not a *distinct* form of oppression but one facet of gender-based oppression within colonialism and targeted at iaopoc)

sexuality-based oppression has but one goal: enforcing and maintaining hetero hegemony and power over society.

oppression is always about systemic and institutional power.

monosexism states that gay and lesbian ppl have *institutional* power over bi/pan ppl. which is, frankly ridiculous.

exclusion and erasure and biphobia in the few queer spaces that exist =/= institutional power (and thus, != oppression)

when gays and lesbians enact biphobia they are colluding with *heterosexism* and *not* monosexism.

the notion that there are sanctioned, legitimate sexualities is fundamentally grounded in heterosexism. so mobilizing any notion that some sexualities are illegitimate (biphobia) is to support heterosexism. 

and i’m not even talking about how i find sexuality abstracted from gender an incoherent position.

or how frankly absurd it is to state that a gay man of colour has institutional power over a white bisexual.

so on with other overlapping oppressions. 

in conclusion: monosexism isn’t a thing. 

and bi ppl invoking it are abusing the language of liberation by diluting it and misappropriating it. 



this is the single most pretentious thing ive ever seen in my life im gonna vomit

is THIS what this fucking website craps on about all the fuckin time oh my god this is the worst thing i’ve ever seen in my Life


"can men and women really be just friends??" straight people are so weird


Read it.