♚ “The heroes will always be remembered. The best. The best and the worst. And a few who were a bit of both.”


AU where female characters aren’t treated like shit by their own writers and fandoms 


comment on the size of a man’s penis and it’s a low blow and a stab at his masculinity. comment on the size of a woman’s anything and it’s a social norm. 


The second I met Sam I felt as though I had known him a year. I’d say he’s an old soul, so silly, a total ‘bloke’. He made me feel so confident, I trusted him right away.

“Forgive me if I don’t cry for Iggy Azalea right here. I’m a feminist — a white one, at that — and Snoop Dogg is an unforgivable misogynist. Always has been. But Iggy Azalea being the victim of sexism doesn’t make her less of a perpetrator of racism and appropriation. And when the Internet — and the world — leaps to her defense but is silent about attacks on black women? That silence is deafening.”
Track: No One's Here To Sleep (Feat. Bastille)
Artist: Naughty Boy ft Bastille
Album: Hotel Cabana


Naught Boy ft. Bastille - No One’s Here to Sleep


this is a post about how james franco doesn’t like ryan gosling (and maybe wants to murder jesse eisenberg)

but mark ruffalo really really does

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Our gods gave us legs to run with, noses to smell with, hands to touch and feel. What mad cruel god would give a man eyes and tell him he must forever keep them shut, and never look at all the beauty in the world ?


Considering starting The Cersei Lannister Diet, which is basically just red wine and your own disappointment in the human race.

the potential of boys is so magical but the reality is so depressing



I personally don’t really trust any feminist who has “bisexual” all over her URL and/or blog title, there’s a different motive behind stating you’re a lesbian (wanting people to know you’re not interested in men in any way and that this reflects in your activism) and stating you’re bisexual (wanting people to know you like women but are also available and/or attracted to men) and -as I assume we all know- that feels a whole lot of heteronormative reassurance.

To put it from a different perspective, as a feminist there’s no point in involving your sexuality in your activism so blatantly when this sexuality includes men as well. This is not to say bisexuals can’t be feminists or can’t address the problems they face [at the hands of men] due to their sexuality, just that making it the main focus of your politics feels a lot like the sneaky cousin of Het Feminism.