Heaven sent you to me. To me, to me

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  1. subtle:

    how do people even put up with me like i cant even put up with me

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  2. "

    Why is it not helpful to say “not all men are like that”? For lots of reasons. For one, women know this. They already know not every man is a rapist, or a murderer, or violent. They don’t need you to tell them.

    Second, it’s defensive. When people are defensive, they aren’t listening to the other person; they’re busy thinking of ways to defend themselves. I watched this happen on Twitter, over and again.

    Third, the people saying it aren’t furthering the conversation, they’re sidetracking it. The discussion isn’t about the men who aren’t a problem. (Though, I’ll note, it can be. I’ll get back to that.) Instead of being defensive and distracting from the topic at hand, try staying quiet for a while and actually listening to what the thousands upon thousands of women discussing this are saying.

    Fourth—and this is important, so listen carefully—when a woman is walking down the street, or on a blind date, or, yes, in an elevator alone, she doesn’t know which group you’re in. You might be the potential best guy ever in the history of history, but there’s no way for her to know that. A fraction of men out there are most definitely not in that group. Which are you? Inside your head you know, but outside your head it’s impossible to.

    This is the reality women deal with all the time.


    - #NotAllMen: How Not to Derail Discussions of Women’s Issues (via http://www.slate.com/)

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  3. Hello America, It's Me, Colorado


    Everyone, this is really important. You NEED to know what is going on, so please take the time to read this. If Colorado passes Amendment 67, it won’t just be banning abortions. It will:

    "1. Outlaw all abortion in Colorado, even in cases of rape and incest.
    2. Ban some of the most common and effective forms of birth control, including the Pill and IUDs.
    3. Make it illegal for a pregnant women with cancer to choose treatment that could save her life.
    4. Restrict options for women wanting in vitro fertilization.
    5. Any birth that isn’t a live-birth — so miscarriages and still births — could be deemed suspicious deaths and would be investigated by police.”

    This means that a woman’s rapist has more rights than she does. This means that women will not have access to birth control like the Pill, whether or not they pay for it out of pocket or through insurance. This means that a woman who is sick will be put at risk and could even die because a group of cells has more rights than she does. (FYI: THAT is murder.) This means woman and couples who WANT to have kids but can’t without the help of vitro fertilization will be denied the chance to be parents. And this means that grieving mothers and fathers who have just lost their child before they even got the chance to meet them will be treated as suspects in their darkest hour of pain and suffering. Amendment 67 is a slap in the face not just to women, but to everybody, and if it passes in Colorado of all places, it can pass anywhere.

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  4. aleatoryw:


    Glamour finally speaking my language


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  5. queenofheartsonthesleeve:

    Did you know that beekeepers have famously attractive eyes ? Every single one of them . I don’t know the science behind it , but studies show beauty is in the eye of the bee holder . 

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    Legit Johnlock Scenes

    P.S. If you hear us making out, even out of schedule, put in the earplugs immediately. - SH

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    Oh, John.

    Favorite (and a bit underrated) Sherlock scenes [1/x]

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  6. i-am-that-monster:



    2015 is only 5 months away, just let that sink in

    What the fuck does the sink want now


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  7. tennants-hair:



    #he made the character more than it was tbh #i love book draco but you don’t get to SEE his struggle so much as infer it based on harry’s rather limited POV and in the movies you get tom felton being amazing and deep and showing the downward spiral of someone who made himself incredibly vulnerable at his first meeting harry because he’s sure that all the hype his parents have been doing towards his family and his winning personality are going to garner him all the cool friends but then the years go on and everyone but slytherin hates him and then everyone but his small group of friends hates him and then he’s not even at school at all and he thinks his parents resent him for not succeeding in killing dumbledore and not helping their family get out under voldemort’s control even though those are both impossible requests for someone who is still underage you can see him try and make a decision of what’s right and what’s easy and once he starts thinking for himself you can see him leaning towards the former because none of this is what he signed up for because from the moment his school career began he’s been failing to live up to the expectations he’s set for himself so he rejects everyone around him as lesser and latches onto the one thing that his parents taught him that comes in handy and condescends to anyone who’ll listen and by the end you can see it eat away at him to the point where he’s all but begging harry to save him from dying because he’s once again failed supremely but this time he’s hit the actual rock bottom and his throat is raw from his constant need to resist swallowing his pride and all he wants is a fresh gasp of air and when his parents get him back he flees without looking back because as much as they’ve been worn out by the war draco’s been worn out by so much more in addition to that #and this all happens int he background with no more than a page of dialogue in each movie whereas the main characters have massive arcs and long lingering moments where you see them break down and build themselves back up and tom felton does it all with such cohesion and quiet brilliance that you look back and deem him a main character when he’s really been lost among the massive cast only getting a few words in edgewise and sometimes i wonder if he maybe relates to draco on a level that makes everything that much more rich and nuanced#harry potter #word vomit #spoilers #malfoys appreciation blog ‘∞

    *slow claps for 8226 years*

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    Benedict Cumberbatch for British GQ magazine (x)

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  8. punklock:

    Ben C Edits     194/?


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