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fuckyeahtattoos:

"Finding Strength in Pain" by Rich of Immortal Ink - Waterbury, CT, USA

fuckyeahtattoos:

"Finding Strength in Pain" 
by Rich of Immortal Ink - Waterbury, CT, USA


halleberiberi:

cyborg-femme:

"John Lennon Syndrome"

A white guy who preaches peace/love/good gender politics but is an abusive asshole to the people he is close to and does not uphold those values in his personal life.

Bless.

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foxsmulder:



“I think that [Mulder and Scully’s] relationship is defined not by what’s being said, but by what’s being withheld. But it’s absolutely plain that they love each other — in their own way. It’s the best kind of love. It’s unconditional. It’s not based on a physical attraction, but on a shared passion for life and for their quest. These are romantic heroes, romantic heroes in the literary tradition." 
—Chris Carter

foxsmulder:

I think that [Mulder and Scully’s] relationship is defined not by what’s being said, but by what’s being withheld. But it’s absolutely plain that they love each other — in their own way. It’s the best kind of love. It’s unconditional. It’s not based on a physical attraction, but on a shared passion for life and for their quest. These are romantic heroes, romantic heroes in the literary tradition.

—Chris Carter

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tastefullyoffensive:

Some of Ellen’s favorite tweets of the week. [video]

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superduperfitblr:

kendrawcandraw:

Stop sexualizing my body stop shaming my body stop policing my body

holy shit this is perfect. spread this like wildfire!

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newwavefeminism:

I love how photographers think they can take the same extremely thin, very white, able bodied, blemish free, upper middle class woman - slap some hair dye, glasses and tattoos on them and suddenly you have *revolutionized* female representation.
It’s just a different degree of the same.
The irony is on level “The Onion” right now

newwavefeminism:

I love how photographers think they can take the same extremely thin, very white, able bodied, blemish free, upper middle class woman - slap some hair dye, glasses and tattoos on them and suddenly you have *revolutionized* female representation.

It’s just a different degree of the same.

The irony is on level “The Onion” right now


winonaforever:

"My early thirties were rough. I went through stuff that I would have gone through, and probably should have gone through much younger, but I had spent my twenties working. Even when I was the right age for older roles, people thought of me as being younger. It was tough because I’d had so much success in my early twenties."

So flipping babealicious. Feel bad for the lady, she has a really good point here. 

winonaforever:

"My early thirties were rough. I went through stuff that I would have gone through, and probably should have gone through much younger, but I had spent my twenties working. Even when I was the right age for older roles, people thought of me as being younger. It was tough because I’d had so much success in my early twenties."

So flipping babealicious. 
Feel bad for the lady, she has a really good point here. 

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