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can someone purhlease help teach me how to make nice pretty gifsets ????? or direct me to some fabby tutorials ??? i’m sick of making substandard psds and all the premade ones just look shoddy when i try and use them. i promise to thank you muchly & repay you with internet friendship and online cuddles.

Sometimes, she misses her old self. The one who doesn’t expect that much to someone, who is brave enough to take risks and who look at things in a positive way. But time passed and things change. so she is. However, she did not expect that she would ever be this kind of lass. A lady with so much in herself to the point that she gives everything too and a lady who forgot her own life; the ones she had loved, the ones she’s passionate about and the one she almost gave everything just to get it. She became that someone she was really scared to be.

How come that she let herself, right? But what do you expect to that lass who once felt too much and now too scared to feel everything anymore? It’s hard to accept change but believe me, no one wanted her to become like that woman right now. She’s fragile, cold, and almost living like a dead man. Perhaps she had lost her motivation, perhaps she lost herself too that’s why she does not long for anyone at all.

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“While Outlander is a brilliant period show, Claire represents so many qualities of a 20th-century modern-day woman, someone who is forging her own path, fighting for what she believes, and doing so with integrity,” Balfe said in a statement to press Monday. Elaborating exclusively to Vanity Fair, she added, “Right now it’s a very important time to stand up and voice our beliefs and reiterate that we are 50 percent of the population … that we have a voice and we need to use it. Even though Claire is a woman from the 40s, I think that she does have a resonance today. We need to stand up for our  b e l i e f s  and our  r i g h t s , and I think she embodies that kind of spirit.”

“…getting to play Claire was an absolute dream. She is strong-willed and, not perfect, but a survivor and a fighter, and I think that is such a great place to go to in your work every day—to play someone who has such resilience. It can only make you feel better about everything in your life. I feel very grateful to be able to go to work every day and play her.”

~ Caitriona Balfe on Why Outlander’s Caitriona Balfe Hopes Women Take a Cue from Claire Fraser, Vanity Fair

Happy International Women’s Day, sisters!

Hannibal, Hannibal, Hannibal…all we ever talk about here is the man himself, and it’s high time the ladies got some love! In collaboration with @ladies-of-hannibal, we bring you #LadiesofHannibal appreciation week!

From May 22nd-28th, post ANYTHING featuring the ladies of our beloved show. Art, fic, gifs, meta, anything goes! Femslash is encouraged but not required- a buddy cop fic with Will and Bev, Abigail’s experiences at Hannibal’s house, a day in the life of Freddie Lounds- all of it is okay so long as a female character is heavily featured.

No time to make a new work? Repromoting one of your older works is fine too!

Whatever you post, tag it #LadiesofHannibal so it can get shared and loved properly.

Sunday, May 28th, we’ll all take to twitter with the hashtag #LadiesofHannibal to tweet Bryan, the actresses of Hannibal, and the female crew to tell them how much we appreciated their work on the set and thank them for creating a show with such powerful female characters.

Hope to see you there!

Also, a massive thank you to @carrioncrowned for the amazing art!