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lilfagbitch:

"We are all, everyone in this room, so fortunate."

FUCKING QUEEN. SHE UNDERSTANDS HER PRIVELAGE AND SHINES LIGHT ON LESS PRIVILEGED PEOPLE.

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bachmaninovsky:

what if pop artists started naming their works like classical music omg

“Minaj: Symphonic Poem in D-flat Major, Op. 32 - I. Allegro: “Stupid Hoe”“

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"There’s this Japanese story—about a woman who loved this man, her soulmate from childhood. Her parents made her marry a farmer. She ran off anyway with her soul mate and had kids with him. Years later, she comes back to her family and says: “I’m sorry I ran away.” And they say: “What? You’ve been here the whole time, you’ve been ill, in bed.” And she meets the other version of herself, this ghost, and she embraces this woman, and they become one person. And it’s this Buddhist parable, like: which one is the ghost?

Ever since I left you I thought that in some parallel ghost world we had kids we rowed by a canal…I thought part of me would be a ghost forever, without you. I was no longer real even when I was happy. But no, all along in real time you’ve gone on being you and I’ve gone on being me and yes I really love you enough to be ghosted by you my entire life but my God I left you for a reason."

— "Stage Kiss" by Sarah Ruhl (via jbildungsroman)

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broken-gaydar:

starrygraveyard:

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nathanieljosephruess:

herfunnyvideos:

lockedinabirdcage:

GUYS I JUST REALIZED WHY PAPER BEATS ROCK OH MY GOD

PAPER SYMBOLIZES WORDS WHICH SYMBOLIZES BRAINS

AND ROCK SYMBOLIZES BRAWN.

BRAINS OVER BRAWN.

MIND OVER MATTER.

PAPER OVER ROCK.

You clever little shit.

then what the fuck does scissors mean

lesbians

what

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catsbeaversandducks:

Kittens wearing bibs. That’s all.

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portiadawn-the-feminist-fangirl:

This one really spoke to me.

portiadawn-the-feminist-fangirl:

This one really spoke to me.

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powerpussysays:

petrichoriousparalian:

leupagus:

shakespeareismyjam:

Othello Samira Wiley

DesdemonaSophie Turner

There are captions too, in case you wanted lines. Ugh, I love both of these ladies so much.

And bonus Iago:

Iago

I’D BE COOL WITH IT

SO FUCKING DOWN

Yo, ladies taking the stage. I can dig it.

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nprfreshair:

Mary Gauthier started gathering material for her songs early in life. She ran away from home at 15 and entered her first stint in rehab. But it wasn’t until she was in her mid-30s that she became a singer and songwriter. Once she got started, songs poured out that told the story of her life as a drunk and addict, a chef and restaurant owner, an androgynous lesbian, and as an adoptee who spent the first year of her life in an orphanage. She joined Terry Gross in the studio to play songs from her new album Trouble & Love. 

"I finally get it—that connection is something much deeper and broader than the material that most pop songs are made of.  Popular radio is about the first six months of love, right? Or the first 90 days. I long for real and true connection. It has been the theme of all the songs in my whole life…


I feel like I’ve been running around most of my life with a plug trying to find the socket to plug it into and I’m tired now. I’m going to do it differently… I have de-romanticized romantic love, I think it’s that simple and that complicated.”

nprfreshair:

Mary Gauthier started gathering material for her songs early in life. She ran away from home at 15 and entered her first stint in rehab. But it wasn’t until she was in her mid-30s that she became a singer and songwriter. Once she got started, songs poured out that told the story of her life as a drunk and addict, a chef and restaurant owner, an androgynous lesbian, and as an adoptee who spent the first year of her life in an orphanage. She joined Terry Gross in the studio to play songs from her new album Trouble & Love

"I finally get it—that connection is something much deeper and broader than the material that most pop songs are made of.  Popular radio is about the first six months of love, right? Or the first 90 days. I long for real and true connection. It has been the theme of all the songs in my whole life…

I feel like I’ve been running around most of my life with a plug trying to find the socket to plug it into and I’m tired now. I’m going to do it differently… I have de-romanticized romantic love, I think it’s that simple and that complicated.”