Gloria Steinem and Dorothy Pitman-Hughes, 1972 and 2014

Both by Dan Bagan

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It’s like a damn romance novel.

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Woman speaks out against misogynistic abuse and is met with misogynistic abuse from men who believe misogynistic abuse doesn’t exist and that she should stop making them look bad.

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#LIKE EVEN THE BEST ACTORS COULDNT DO A REACTION LIKE THIS AND THEIR COSTAR WOULD BE THERE BUT NO#WE HAVE A REACTION JUST FROM NOTHING LIKE THAT KIND OF REACTION FROM#NOT REALLY SEEING HELENA LIKE THIS AND SHE STILL.#i will never get over this scene actually and helena is like time to mutilate —shit oh hi sestra its not what it looks like#like i can only imagine like helena’s …..oh gasp it’s you and sarahs /!?!??!?!??!?!?!??!?! JFC?!?!?!#like i just like thinking about where sarah’s head is at like you literally thought she was dead and here she is#and then the terror that she was going to do worse than what he was#but no sarah you collapse against her because you’re fucking exhausted in every sense of the word#and you’re overwhelmed by how much helena loves like imagine this scene before tat suggested love#like from helena’s pov like this person betrayed you and shot to kill you like wouldn’t anyone feel resentment#but helena loves and how fierce and unconditional she loves it’s not even a thought. revenge was never a thought. (mslny)

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All women speak two languages:

the language of men 

and the language of silent suffering.

Some women speak a third, 

the language of queens.
Mohja Kahf, The Marvelous Women (via rabbitinthemoon)

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  • Summer before college:

    If I don't live in a dorm, I won't make any friends. Living in a dorm will be like a giant sleepover! We'll have pizza Tuesdays, study groups, and parties.

  • Fall break:

    I sometimes talk to my roommate.

Johnlock according to tv tropes

Sherlock Holmes (x) John Watson (x

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you can see mary eunice emerge. she’s really fighting in there and she’s shocked by what she is capable of. and she is crying. everything about this scene is so important: mary eunice is confused, it’s like she’s having a brief moment of clarity and it’s almost like she doesn’t want to have to hurt sister jude. mary eunice loved sister jude the most, at least lily rabe said so, and the next time they interact it’s when she fries sister jude’s brain. the devil makes her hurt everyone she loves and this scene is where she realizes sister jude is her next victim #MYEMOTIONS #MY EMOTIONS

I’ve started confusing Western European history with Game of Thrones episodes.


Whatever was left of that girl was so damaged and destroyed, death became her only way out. Playing her was such a wonderful challenge and dance really, to live with both the lightness and the darkness existing at the same time and losing that battle - Lily Rabe

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Rachel. 18. RVA.