Girls, we do, whatever it will take, cause girls don’t want, we don’t want our hearts to break, in two, so it’s better to be fake, can’t risk losing in love again babe. // My love, he makes me feel like nobody else, nobody else, but my love, he doesn’t love me, so I tell myself, I tell myself.
How to Be a Heartbreaker (Marina and the Diamonds) // New Rules (Dua Lipa)
Factured right elbow and a broken left wrist after a stunt gone wrong. Wishing Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) a speedy recovery in time for his Avengers scenes (which he himself has assured he’ll be healed up for)!
In the seventh century B.C., the poet Semonides of Amorgos
wrote a catalog of unmanageable women – from the yapping dogs, who won’t shut up
even if you knock their teeth out, to the bee, who’s industrious, devoted and,
most importantly, fertile.
Now, 3,000 years later, everything is different, and nothing
In Too Fat, Too
Slutty, Too Loud, cultural critic Anne Helen Petersen has written her own
catalog of unruly women: celebrities and other cultural figures who have been
called too strong, too fat, too gross, too slutty, too old, too pregnant, too
shrill, too queer, too loud and too naked for uncomplicated cultural
acceptance. “Each of these women is constantly igniting the line of
acceptable behavior,” she writes. “You don’t know where it is until
she steps over it, at which point it bursts into flames.”