1. nevver:

    Do it yourself doodler

  2. (Source: sandandglass)

  3. dear-white-people:

Taking a poll. Should we leak the full length trailer early or naw? REBLOG for (yes).

    dear-white-people:

    Taking a poll. Should we leak the full length trailer early or naw? REBLOG for (yes).

  4. lareviewofbooks:

"Ritu and I, along with Ash’s friends Annette and Sarah, had read The Fault In Our Stars this spring at Ash’s insistence. During a rough bout of chemo when she could barely eat or drink, Ash read it ravenously, immersing herself in the story of Hazel Grace Lancaster, a teenager who has incurable Stage IV cancer, a hot boyfriend, and a distinctively wise and nerdy voice combining perceptiveness and snark. Afterwards Ash bought extra copies to give away. “You have to read it!” she kept telling us.”
Earlier today, author John Green said Briallen Hopper’s essay was “the best essay about The Fault in Our Stars” he’s read. Check it out here.

    lareviewofbooks:

    "Ritu and I, along with Ash’s friends Annette and Sarah, had read The Fault In Our Stars this spring at Ash’s insistence. During a rough bout of chemo when she could barely eat or drink, Ash read it ravenously, immersing herself in the story of Hazel Grace Lancaster, a teenager who has incurable Stage IV cancer, a hot boyfriend, and a distinctively wise and nerdy voice combining perceptiveness and snark. Afterwards Ash bought extra copies to give away. “You have to read it!” she kept telling us.”

    Earlier today, author John Green said Briallen Hopper’s essay was “the best essay about The Fault in Our Stars” he’s read. Check it out here.

  5. emoij:

2007 heart break

    emoij:

    2007 heart break

  6. meloromantics:

bobthewitch:

Hate to break it, but this is more done by other women than men.
Guys are mostly differently awful.

there are mountains of research backing up the fact that advertisers and media prey on women’s insecurities
like the rest of media ]and the world, basically], the ad industry is run by men. so is the beauty industry [the ceo’s of elizabeth arden, l’oreal, ulta, revlon, paul mitchell, nars, the miss universe pageant and several others are men].
men are the driving force behind media that is toxic to women and they are the ones who profit off of it.
on the ground, it may appear that women are the ones doing this to each other. that is a result of internalized misogyny, which women at times perpetuate due to the pressure to perform in a patriarchal society.
but do not think for a moment that women are behind this entire industry. do not think that women are the reason for this, do not think that women profit off of this, and do not think that mothers want this for their daughters.

    meloromantics:

    bobthewitch:

    Hate to break it, but this is more done by other women than men.

    Guys are mostly differently awful.

    1. there are mountains of research backing up the fact that advertisers and media prey on women’s insecurities
    2. like the rest of media ]and the world, basically], the ad industry is run by men. so is the beauty industry [the ceo’s of elizabeth arden, l’oreal, ulta, revlon, paul mitchell, nars, the miss universe pageant and several others are men].

    men are the driving force behind media that is toxic to women and they are the ones who profit off of it.

    on the ground, it may appear that women are the ones doing this to each other. that is a result of internalized misogyny, which women at times perpetuate due to the pressure to perform in a patriarchal society.

    but do not think for a moment that women are behind this entire industry. do not think that women are the reason for this, do not think that women profit off of this, and do not think that mothers want this for their daughters.

    (Source: catluvr96)

  7. gaypocalypse:

    Diane Sawyer: So, have you thought, how many women is enough? How many women [on the Supreme Court] would be enough?
    Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Nine, nine. [Applause.]
    Sawyer: Oh! Oh. [Laughs.]
    Ginsburg: Well, there’ve been nine men there for a long long time, right? So why not nine women?

    (x)

  8. (Source: sandandglass)

  9. chescaleigh:

    Jamila Lyiscott: 3 ways to speak English (via TED)

    "You’re so articulate" is one of those unintentionally offensive compliments that makes the hair on the back of my neck stand up. It basically translates to "You don’t sound like those OTHER black people." Which is then accompanied by a "hint hint" and "nudge nudge." This TED talk accurately breaks down what it’s like to change or "code-switch" between English dialects and why one isn’t any better than the other.

    Worth every minute of your time

  10. stunningpicture:

My strawberries went through mitosis this morning

    stunningpicture:

    My strawberries went through mitosis this morning