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A year full of amazing Black women part 1.

#BlackGirlMagic #BlackExcellence

If you're still in denial of wesley's death clap your hands

*clap clap*

Jane Austen and the Brontë sisters hold our imagination because, ultimately, they all believed in women thinking for themselves and only marrying a man they truly loved.

Ahead of their time? 

Man, they were ahead of people in the world NOW.

Don’t forget that. Even 150 years ago, smart, sensible women knew what the deal with marriage was.


X2 (2003)

Director - Bryan Singer, Cinematography - Newton Thomas Sigel

“You know, outside the circus, most people were afraid of me. But I didn’t hate them. I pitied them. Do you know why? Because most people will never know anything beyond what they see with their own two eyes.”

anonymous asked:

Mlm books, preferably with happy endings, written by men?

  • Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz
  • History is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera
  • Last Seen Leaving by Caleb Roehrig
  • The Love Interest by Cale Dietrich
  • Anything by Santino Hassell (I recommend starting with Sutphin Boulevard)
  • Anything by Christopher Koehler (I recommend starting with Rocking the Boat)
  • Shatterproof by Xen Sanders
  • Coffee Boy and Peter Darling by Austin Chant
  • What it Looks Like by Matthew J. Metzger
  • Anything by AJ Truman
  • Criminal Pleasures by Darien Cox
  • Safe in Your Fire by Darien Cox
  • How to Be a Normal Person by TJ Klune
  • Hot Head by Damon Suede
  • For Real by Alexis Hall
  • Coyote’s Creed by Vaughn R. Demont

There are some to start with! (Might wanna search through some more by Darien Cox, Alexis Hall, and Christopher Rice, too)


B A T M A N | Fancast: All Black Cast

Idris Elba as Bruce Wayne/Batman, Dayo Okeniyi as Jason Todd/Robin, Lupita Nyong'o as Seline Kyle/Catwoman and Denzel Washington as Commissioner Gordon 

Sidney Poitier as Alfred, Don Cheadle as The Joker, Regina Hall as Harley Quinn and Laverne Cox as Kathy Kane/Batwoman

Chiwetel Ejiofor as Harvey Dent/Two-Face, Forest Whitaker as Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin, Rihanna as Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy and Alfie Enoch as Edward Nigma/The Riddler

(Inspired by post 1 & post 2

Venus In Cancer
Highly sensitive under the facade they project outwardly, men and women with this venus sign are nurturing and compassionate in relationships or friendships. They like to make their loved ones feel at home; they have a calming vibe about them. Creativity comes through nurturing. Parenting, entertaining, gardening or decorating the home is the best creative expression for these people.

Venus In Cancer Men: You are attracted to physically natural, caring partners. Brainy people don’t stand out to you as much, in fact they may even intimidate you. Someone who isn’t too aggressive or overbearing suits you best. You tend to reflect other people’s moods, this can be negative or positive. 

Venus In Cancer Women: It may take some time for you to get close to people but once you do you will have no problem protecting those you love. You might be moody at times because of your high sensitivity. Family values interest you. You will alternate between wanting to mother someone or wanting them to mother you. You’re protective and creative.

Famous Venus In Cancers: Barack Obama, Angelina Jolie, Cameron Diaz, Keanu Reeves, Natalie Portman, Halle Berry, Meryl Streep, Russell Brand, Khloe Kardashian, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, Courtney Cox, Lenny Kravitz, Rose Byrne, Sky Ferreira.

February 11, 1965 

Ringo Starr and Maureen Cox posing at Caxton Hall on their wedding day. From left: the bride’s father; Joseph Cox, Cynthia Lennon, the bride’s mother, Florence Cox, John Lennon, George Harrison; Ringo and his bride, Maureen, Brian Epstein, Ringo’s stepfather, Harry Graves, and mother, Elsie Graves. The only Beatle missing was Paul McCartney, who was on vacation. 

Photograph by Robert Freeman.