The first big purchase I ever made after I started working as a performer was a car that was my pride and joy. It was a red Mazda MX-5 convertible. I loved that car and I was the cliché blonde in a red sports car for a while, but I sold her because I spend so much time away from home now. It was sad. She was just sitting on the road not being used. - Natalie Dormer (x)

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Why girls stress over periods

secretlycapricious:

larry-stylinanal:

  • The constant fear of bleeding through clothes
  • The constant cramps
  • Having to change pads/tampons every 2-4 hours
  • Having to deal with mood swings
  • Having to deal with boys going ‘Oh someones on their period’ 
  • When you stand up its like a waterfall from your vagina
  • Craving food to calm you down
  • The constant fear that you smell of blood even though you dont 
  • CRAMPS
  • Feeling over emotional
  • CRAMPS
  • CRAMPS
  • FUCKEN CRAMPS

YOU MEAN I DON’T ACTUALLY SMELL LIKE BLOOD?!

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afro-dominicano:

socialjusticekoolaid:

Whites riot over pumpkins in NH and Twitter turns it into epic lesson about Ferguson, aka The Best of #PumpkinFest, PT 1. #staywoke

in this week’s episode of shit black folks would get murdered or jailed with no trial for

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i-am-julierose:

that actually just changed my perspective a lot. A+ tswift

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lauraprepperoni:

Caitlin Stasey (@caitlinjstasey) posted this picture on her Instagram and Twitter accounts with the caption, “Be a living example of what you believe,” as part of the #FreeTheNipple Twitter campaign. The #FreeTheNipple campaign advocates for less censorship of female nudity in public. Instagram took the picture down saying it violates their policies. Caitlin responded with this:
“Congratulations @instagram, you are contributing to the objectification of women’s bodies. You continue to take a stance that is anti woman, anti choice and utterly misogynistic. Why haven’t you even entered the discussion? We understand your policy but why haven’t YOU reviewed it?”

lauraprepperoni:

Caitlin Stasey (@caitlinjstasey) posted this picture on her Instagram and Twitter accounts with the caption, “Be a living example of what you believe,” as part of the #FreeTheNipple Twitter campaign. The #FreeTheNipple campaign advocates for less censorship of female nudity in public. Instagram took the picture down saying it violates their policies. Caitlin responded with this:

Congratulations @instagram, you are contributing to the objectification of women’s bodies. You continue to take a stance that is anti woman, anti choice and utterly misogynistic. Why haven’t you even entered the discussion? We understand your policy but why haven’t YOU reviewed it?

Caitlin Stasey for girl guide.

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"No, it’s not specifically a lesbian movie, but three of the leading characters are queer ladies. Here’s where it gets good, and where All Cheerleaders Die kicks a lot of horror tropes right in the face: their queerness does not exist to titillate any of the male characters…or male audience members for that matter. It’s simply part of the story, and drives certain pivotal plot points.” (x)

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“I’ve always struggled with relationships and my sexuality and being bisexual and not knowing how to sort of embrace that while also not being judged for it, It took me dating feminists to understand that these things are OK. I always knew it was OK — I was always fiercely defensive. There was always this little bit of doubt in me that people would think the worst of me, that people wouldn’t understand me.”

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6,654 Plays

under-the-lamppost:

Wonder what you’re up to
What state of mind you’re in
Are you thinking ‘bout the last time
Your lips all over me