Leaving Sugarfish Sushi with Jaime King | Beverly Hills, CA | July 28, 2015

Aritzia ‘Baboton Emery Blouse’ - $110.00 $54.99 (exact colour sold out)

Taylor’s simple sheer button up blouse was by Aritzia. Sadly, her exact colour of white is sold out, but is available (on sale!) in two online exclusive prints as linked above.

Worn with: Michael Kors bag and Urban Outfitters skirt

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Am i kekinian enough now?

Here’s the songs that monopolize my ear lately. Some songs brings never dead memories, some songs brings good viber on my whole body. Enjoy!

1. Alesso Ft. Tove Lo - Heroes
2. Krewella - Alive
3. Meghan Trainor Ft. John Legend - Like I’m Gonna Lose You
4. Skylar Grey - I Know You
5. The Weeknd - Earned It
6. Avril Lavigne -Give What You Like
7. Late Night Alumni - Empty Streets
8. Calvin Harris - Feel So Close
9. Photograph - Ed Sheeran
10. P!nk - God Is A DJ
11. Late Night Alumni - You Can Be The One
12. Timeflies Ft. Katie Sky - Monster
13. Imagine Dragons - I Bet My Life
14. Cosmic Gate & Eric Lumiere - Falling Back
15. Gareth Emery & Alastor Ft. London Thor - Hands

This is the random lists. Each of this is my favourite.

I realised today that I haven’t shared with you my TBR list for this month ! So here is my #AugustTBR 😊📚🐛📖❤️


THE HEIR by Kiera Cass

LET’S GET LOST by Adi Alsaid

I’LL GIVE YOU THE SUN by Jandy Nelson


RED QUEEN by Victoria Aveyard


What’s on your TBR list this month?

#bibliophile #avidreader #bookblogger #bookhoarder #bookworm #booknerd #booklove #booklover #books #bookstagram #booksalwaysbooks #currentlyreading #AugustTBRlist #bookreview #bookreviewer #ya #yalit

anonymous asked:

The way you answered that cis girls question was very rude. This is why cis people hate us. You give trans people a bad name by being mean to a cis person who was being nice and ASKING FOR ADVICE!

Jay says:

Emery just made it clear that some of the anon’s information was inaccurate, and that binding was dangerous. This is a blog for trans people - what I think Emery means is that the anon can bind, but she cannot take up space in the trans community because she clearly stated she is not trans.

Also! Us mods do no represent the entire trans community. We cannot be responsible for how cis people view the whole trans community.

SNM #55, 8/2

Macbeth: Luke
Lady Macbeth: Emily T
Malcolm: Will
Banquo: Evan
Macduff: Brandin
Lady Macduff: Marissa
Duncan: Phil
Hecate: Elizabeth
Boy: Tony
Sexy: Emeri
Bald: Stephanie B
Danvers: Debra
Porter: Nick
Fulton: Gino
Speakeasy: JWW
Taxi: James G
Agnes: Mallory
Nurse: Robi
Matron: Virginia
PIB: Paul C & Megh

And thus completes my unrequited love of Will Seefried.  I whole looped his Malcolm and realized that I hadn’t full-looped Malcolm in a very long time.  Virtually the entire track from banquet to ballroom felt unfamiliar.  I had completely forgotten that Malcolm is in Agnes’s apartment during Hecate’s walkabout.  But, to the point, I’ve spent so dozens loops and partial loops and scenes with Will, hoping to catch his eye (and hand) for a private moment.  Alas, it seems that it’s not meant to be.

I’m not mad, Will.  I’m just disappointed. 


After the second rave, I went up to the fifth floor and somehow fell into a time wormhole in which I showed up 2-3 minutes late to every scene I thought I was on time for.  Into the Rep Bar to catch Agnes walking out in tears. To the high street to see Taxi in Fulton’s office, but waiting around to realize I’d just missed their confrontation. Tried to cut through the hotel lobby to get back to the Manderley but arrived just in time to be blocked by a black mask as Lady Macduff arrived for her imminent doom. 

Determined to set myself right, I set off to find Banquo, and he was in his room, just where I thought he should be.  Watched him pray and wander and have an excellent crypt scene with Bald.  Stuck with him to the beginning of the final ballroom when I decided to go try my luck at a card game.

I’ve played the card game probably a dozen times by now, and I’ve won a couple.  But this was the first time that I won by pure luck.  I was the third one to play, and there were four cards to choose from.  As luck would have it, I picked the right one and was rewarded with some JWW side-eye and some bourbon.

I finished the show with Gino’s Fulton, which is always a favorite.  I love seeing how his rituals vary slightly from show to show and loop to loop.  And he’s always just so damn sad and broken during the finale and walkout.  Heartbreaking.

Lily hosting the Follies was absolutely wonderful.  The Follies are always great fun, particularly seeing so much of the fandom there.  Met treesofdunsinane for the first time, which was dear.  This was also the first weekend someone recognized me from my Tumblr, which is awesome and weird. 

There’s going to be a significant slowdown in my attendance over the next few months.  For one, my bank account needs to recover from this addiction.  But also, the school year is starting, steering me into my busiest three months of the year.  There won’t be much time for regular jaunts to Manhattan, but I’m sure I’ll have the occasional impulse trip if I find a free Sunday or two

Until then…


“Not everything is supposed to become something beautiful and long-lasting. Sometimes people come into your life to show you what is right and what is wrong, to show you who you can be, to teach you to love yourself, to make you feel better for a little while, or to just be someone to walk with at night and spill your life to. Not everyone is going to stay forever, and we still have to keep on going and thank them for what they’ve given us.” —Emery Allen

anonymous asked:

You guys dont have to publish this or whatever. You guys are here to support people. You are suppose to validate everyone. Just bc someone is cis doesnt mean they arent questioning. Dont invalidate people bc they are cis. You want cis allys if they have questions let them ask bc a it could help them understand or b they need valid help. Dont you dare invalid their identity. We have been invalid our whole lives why make someone feel that way. Grow up and anwser questions without being a jackass

Jay says:

The anon stated they are a cis woman. Emery did not invalidate that - Emery made it clear that cis people are not in the trans community.

Again, a few people on a blog on the internet do not represent the entire trans community.

Letting go is such a difficult thing to understand. You can’t try to let go. Trying to let go is like trying not to think about something. You’re just going to think about it even more. I think letting go is less of an ending of one thing and more of an acceptance of everything. It’s okay that this is the way it is right now. There’s no other way it’s supposed to be.

anonymous asked:

look i realize you werent trying to be rude but i literally cannot come out to my school without being made fun of and being called a "cisphobe". people assume that i automatically hate cis people just because im trans, so i think we should just all be nice to each other. they didnt know. its better to educate, not hate

Jay says:

And that’s exactly what Emery did - educate. I see nothing rude in what Emery said. I see that ze made it clear that the anon identifies as cis - so she cannot say she’s in the trans community just cos she binds.

Anonymous said to transgenderteensurvivalguide: I don’t see anything wrong with the way the cis girl’s ask was answered. It was to the point and blunt but not rude. She’s cis not trans so she doesn’t belong in a trans space if she happens to be trans later she’s welcome back and has a place here.

Thank you anon, that’s the way I’m seeing it too.

There’s so much more to life than finding someone who will want you, or being sad over someone who doesn’t. There’s a lot of wonderful time to be spent discovering yourself without hoping someone will fall in love with you along the way, and it doesn’t need to be painful or empty. You need to fill yourself up with love. Not anyone else. Become a whole being on your own. Go on adventures, fall asleep in the woods with friends, wander around the city at night, sit in a coffee shop on your own, write on bathroom stalls, leave notes in library books, dress up for yourself, give to others, smile a lot. Do all things with love, but don’t romanticize life like you can’t survive without it. Live for yourself and be happy on your own. It isn’t any less beautiful, I promise.
—  Emery Allen