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October 24 2017

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mistressofthedarkroast:

She is finally free

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farfrompaid:

I ducking love this meme

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down-to-venus:

Can we show some love to Raya Sunshine?

facts-about-bisexuality:

Fact: It’s not true that “everyone is a little bi.” There are lots of lesbian and gay people out there who have fought hard to understand their identity, and they know for a fact they’re not bi. 

Plus, society certainly doesn’t treat bisexual people like we are the norm. The fact that we are treated differently matters, and saying that “everyone is a little bi” delegitimizes our experiences of oppression, our journeys to self-discovery, and our sense of community and identity.

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iwilleatyourenglish:

sputnikcentury:

festeringfae:

onegirlinalltheworld:

”The woman’s got to show up, [like], “We all done, sweetie? Okay. Out you go, I gotta make a story out of this mess.”

#me @ quentin tarantino fans

Mad Max: Fury Road and practically every film JJ Abrams has ever made including The Force Awakens.

Mad Max: Fury Road was edited by Margaret Sixel, who is married to George Miller and who he begged to edit the film because he said that if a man edited it, would be a totally different movie and not one he wanted to make.

Maryann Brandon and Mary Jo Markey edited The Force Awakens. Maryann Brandon has worked on almost all of the shows and films Abrams has worked on and Mary Jo Markey is also a frequent collaborator.

Thelma Colbert Schoonmaker has edited all of Martin Scorcese’s films since Raging Bull and worked with him for around 40 years.

Sally Menke edited all of Quentin Tarantino’s films until her tragic death in 2010.

Julia Bloch is an editor gaining attention for her work on Blue Ruin and Green Room.

about 40% of Hollywood editors are women. when discussing how these women are underrepresented, you need to give their names.

reflectingblue:

raakellars:

bansheeandahunter:

False rape accusations are an anomaly.

True rape accusations are a norm.

You’re, quite literally, more likely to be killed by a comet than falsely accused of rape.

Re-blog now, read later.

“Because 1 in 33 men will be raped in his lifetime, men are 82,000x more likely to be raped than falsely accused of rape. It seems many of us would do well to pay more attention to how rape culture affects us all than be paranoid about false accusers.”

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kinghispaniola:

loftdreams-winterskiss:

I like how Dwayne and Chris are clearly uncomfortable by Kid Rock’s presence cause same

They knew kid rock is a bitch

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cephalopodvictorious:

grumpygrunkle:

fefeta:

someone: quit bouncing your leg
me: hesitates but continues to lowkey bounce my leg

this is kind of a crappy attitude… some ppl have pretty severe sensory sensitivities not just limited to sound and if someone asks you to stop they probably really need you to stop. bouncing legs make me nauseous. ive lost points on exams cause i couldnt think cause of the bouncing leg next to me. i get that its hard to stop physical motions like that but if you can do something like put ur leg where the person can’t see the bouncing (or feel it vibrating the floor, i wanna puke just thinking about it) that would be swell

also if ur the type to bounce ur leg can u check that ur leg isn’t rubbing against something like a backpack the whole time? cant tell you how many lectures where i didnt hear a word cause all i could hear was the dude bouncing his leg behind me

some people have anxiety or adhd or autism and either don’t realize that they’ve started again, or can’t stop, and its really common for people to point it out and laugh at it, or yell at them when they’re doing it. its fine to ask people to stop, but maybe understand that they’re not usually doing it on purpose to piss you off

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October 14 2017

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unlove:

moodboard 

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augbee:

alexiousace:

augbee:

hey straight people if an lgbt+ person asks you not to call them queer dont call them queer

Even lgbt+ people, if another person in the community asks you not to call them queer, don’t call them queer. Just because you’re ok with the word doesn’t mean everyone else in the community is so just be respectful

hey reblog this version its important

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thisiscarolyn:

Wish I bought tickets for Coachella this year. The lineup looks sick.

etica:

Why I get in my bed and try to find the seatbelt

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cpt-tightpants:

kniivila:

Dog does not understand

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kittenbillie:

sar-can-the-dragon-man:

xethaios:

Don’t think any of my followers are German nor do I think my followers actually exist, but spreading for visibility anyways

This is actually a fairly common practice for fascists. Never tear down their propaganda with your bare hands, always use a pocket knife or something

Yeah this has been happening in America too, if you can then I recommend bringing your own anti-nazi stickers to put over the nazi ones

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glumshoe:

The other thing about the word “queer” is that almost everyone I’ve seen opposed to it have been cis, binary gays and lesbians. Not wanting it applied to yourself is fine, but I think people underestimate the appeal of vague, inclusive terminology when they already have language to easily and non-invasively describe themselves.

Saying “I’m gay/lesbian/bi” is pretty simple. Just about everyone knows what you mean, and you quickly establish yourself as a member of a community. Saying “I’m a trans nonbinary bi woman who’s celibate due to dysphoria and possibly on the ace spectrum”… not so much. You’re lucky to find anyone who understands even half of that, and explaining it requires revealing a ton of personal information. The appeal of “queer” is being able to identify yourself without profiling yourself. It’s welcoming and functional terminology to those who do not have the luxury of simplified language and occupy complicated identities. *That’s* why people use it - there are currently not alternatives to express the same sentiment.

It’s not people “oppressing themselves” or naively and irresponsibly using a word with loaded history. It’s easy to dismiss it as bad or unnecessary if you already have the luxury of language to comfortably describe yourself.

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