Clearly she wears those short skirts and skimpy tank tops because she wants the d. and by d I mean vitamin d. she wants to soak up as much sun as she can. because revealing clothes are not an invitation for sex u prick
and the award for unexpected turns goes to
if you dont eat the pizza crust you are weak and natural selection is coming for you
“To the people clinging to the notion that female-led pictures are a niche genre, people see them! They make money! The world is round, people!” - Cate Blanchett
We make up over half the worlds population and yet apparently we’re a ‘niche market’ O.o
"you are what you eat" i don’t remember eating a huge disappointment
- incredibly long crosscountry train ride AU
- police procedural AU
- bookstore AU
- reluctant teammates that save the world together AU
- platonic living together AU
- lawyers AU
Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel - oscars 2014
(via benlocke)#perfect human beings #Oscars 2014
(via gleektionerboy)#chris evans
Go Forth and Educate Yourselves!
I’d also highly recommend watching the Jane Elliot Brown-eye/Blue-eye experiments, which can be found here:
- The Origin of Whiteness.
- The Origin of White/Western feminism.
- Comprehensive re-framing of feminism.
- Undoing Racism/White Supremacy.
- Undoing White Privilege.
I’ve seen the brown eyes / blue eyes experiment while working in education. Has anyone else? Thoughts?
(via wimbledoresister)#reference #lifereference
Producers of Kate Hepburn Biopic Should Follow Ellen Page’s Example by William J Mann, author of Kate: The Woman Who Was Hepburn
"Here’s what’s interesting about Katharine Hepburn: she was born a girl but identified as a boy so she shaved her head and rechristened herself Jimmy. Excelling his brothers in athletics, Jimmy could never get his father (or anyone else) to notice him simply because he had the wrong genitals. That set Jimmy off on a course seeking attention and affirmation for the rest of his life, and if the only way he could make that happen was to grow in his hair and put on a dress, he’d do it.
"When Kate Hepburn arrived in Hollywood in 1932, she brought along with her the heiress Laura Harding, who friends called "the great love of her life." She also brought along a fair share of East Coast entitlement, believing herself immune to the rules that governed other stars. Living openly with Laura, Hepburn wore men’s trousers and eschewed studio-engineered romances, while airing unfashionably left-wing opinions — all of which scandalized the fan magazines. Meanwhile, she made movies that inverted gender expectations and dared to challenge the status quo between men and women (sort of like Ellen Page in her screen roles). In Christopher Strong, Little Women, Alice Adams, Sylvia Scarlett, A Woman Rebels, Holiday, Bringing Up Babyand others, she is in the driver’s seat, not her male costars. She chases Cary Grant, not the other way around. She saves the day, not some obligatory male hero.”
(Source: theguardian.com)#badass females #Queer Hollywood #lgbtqa #perfect human being