(via ezzielam)



jacket-buttons:

I used to laugh so much about this.  Not once in all the movies does a woman die on screen.  

I hope that Jurassic World doesn’t break the canon.

(via nerf-gun-russian-roulette)


femininefreak:

Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman-Hughes, 1972 and 2014

Both by Dan Bagan

(via cybergata)


peach-blossom-spring:

thotnun: Emma Watson’s response to the nude photo leak threats

peach-blossom-spring:

thotnunEmma Watson’s response to the nude photo leak threats

(via arabellesicardi)



furthest-city-light:

One of the best lines from this show.

(via shockinglyfly)



powderdoom:

LIPSTICK COMMA FEMINISMWritten for Powder Doom by Amara

"The conversations that surround beauty need to start with our humanity and why girls, fat girls, trans girls, especially girls of color, and especially black girls, do not believe they have a shred of beauty, and how they can focus on changing that, makeup included or not included."

Writer Amara talks about the no makeup vs makeup trend.
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powderdoom:

LIPSTICK COMMA FEMINISM
Written for Powder Doom by Amara

"The conversations that surround beauty need to start with our humanity and why girls, fat girls, trans girls, especially girls of color, and especially black girls, do not believe they have a shred of beauty, and how they can focus on changing that, makeup included or not included."

Writer Amara talks about the no makeup vs makeup trend.

Read More


powderdoom:

LIPSTICK COMMA FEMINISMWritten for Powder Doom by Amara

"The conversations that surround beauty need to start with our humanity and why girls, fat girls, trans girls, especially girls of color, and especially black girls, do not believe they have a shred of beauty, and how they can focus on changing that, makeup included or not included."

Writer Amara talks about the no makeup vs makeup trend.
Read More

powderdoom:

LIPSTICK COMMA FEMINISM
Written for Powder Doom by Amara

"The conversations that surround beauty need to start with our humanity and why girls, fat girls, trans girls, especially girls of color, and especially black girls, do not believe they have a shred of beauty, and how they can focus on changing that, makeup included or not included."

Writer Amara talks about the no makeup vs makeup trend.

Read More