what we want in life

people in the tag: well, k/anan did abandon e/zra for six months
me in response: well, e/zra did disobey his trust and also got k/anan blinded

Yo, I’m not going to lie. I’m not gonna say it’s easy that after 10 years, getting a new album every other October is one of my favorite traditions, I can’t. But right now the world is crazy. Every day things are changing and the media is becoming more and more wild every minute. If Taylor doesn’t feel comfortable and ready for an album to be released next month, I won’t force her. Her music has been the best music I’ve ever heard. If she was to release music when she’s not ready, it probably won’t be what she wants or what we want. I want Taylor to be happy and in control of her life. As much as I am SO FRICKIN EXCITED for album 6, it’s my job to be patient. It’s going to be hard and different this year, but we have to accept it. Because of all she’s given us in the past 10 years.

Okay but why don’t more people like Atlantis?! like

the main character is a dude that’s brave and amazing but isn’t typically masculine

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the characters are diverse in both races and body types

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Kida is a total badass princess that literally kicks people’s ass

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they fucking made an entire language for the film (made by the same dude that developed Klingon, btw)

we have one of the most gorgeous scenes ever

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and the music is by freaking James Newton Howard, what else do you want in life?!

The Larents, part 5. Bedtime Stories.

more larents

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@jccaylen @KianLawley how bout u get ur lazy ass outta bed & come to the gym w me. Subway after. then after that get ur ass beat at Mario kart again

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Get To Know the Fangirl | Ten Female Characters [1/10]
     ↳ Geraldine Granger

You were expecting a bloke? Beard, bible, bad breath? And instead you got a babe with a bob cut and a magnificent bosom.

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“I don’t know if you’ve ever noticed this, but first impressions are often entirely wrong.” -Lemony Snicket 

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The Magnar would be coming up that road before the day was done, his Thenns marching behind him with axes and spears in their hands and their bronze-and-leather shields on their backs. Grigg the Goat, Quort, Big Boil, and the rest will be coming as well. And Ygritte. The wildlings had never been his friends, he had not allowed them to be his friends, but her… He could feel the throb of pain where her arrow had gone through the meat and muscle of his thigh. He remembered the old man’s eyes too, and the black blood rushing from his throat as the storm cracked overhead. But he remembered the grotto best of all, the look of her naked in the torchlight, the taste of her mouth when it opened under his. Ygritte, stay away. Go south and raid, go hide in one of those roundtowers you liked so well. You’ll find nothing here but death…”

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#ok so obviously i’m turning the tags into a rant about peyton specifically but female friendships n rob thomas shows #like women have strong female friendships #that’s a thing #and they’re just as complex and full of interesting ups and downs as any romantic engagement #so i don’t see why we have to focus so much on major and major and liv’s relationship when peyton is someone from liv’s past #who wants the old liv back so same as major #and has an important job that’s closely aligned with liv’s #AND YET SHE’S NEVER THERE #like on the first season when Liv ruined Peyton’s big case and then saved it #that was a good example of what could be a regular growing storyline and they dropped it #and vmars had the same problem with mac and veronica #basically i feel like these friendships are treated as barely more than props for the heroine’s character #when they should be treated as major relationships within the heroine’s life that nurture and hurt and challenge and MATTER #but they’re not #the gifs were just an excuse for my rant honestly #BUT MORE NON ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIPS PLEASE (requested by anon)

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“No one knows me better than Cory. No one knows what it’s been like to go through this more than he does. Feeling like you have that net underneath you allows you to jump higher and go farther. He makes me feel like I can do anything. For the first time in my life I feel really, really settled and happy. I feel like the luckiest girl in the world.”  

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I want you to watch as I take her life.

One of the most liberating feelings in the world is realizing you don’t owe anyone shit

You don’t have to be friends with someone who treats you like crap even if you’ve known them your whole life. You don’t even owe them an explanation either. You get to choose who gets to be in your life. It’s a privilege, not a birth given right. 

If someone is hurting you or just flat out annoying, you don’t have to give them the time of day. Please cut the shitty people out of your life and surround yourself with awesome ones who make you happy. You deserve nothing but happiness and anyone who brings you down doesn’t deserve to be in it. 

i’m pretty sure that every american teenager agrees that the american school system is corrupt and fucked up and needs to be changed but we can’t do anything about it and we feel so helpless and powerless so we get bummed out and angry

You know I reblogged that Playboy article about Black Widow and as I lay here unable to sleep I thought here is the perfect example of why text is not all or nothing. Playboy is not a feminist publication. I suppose we can fight over it but I’m feeling pretty good about that statement. Playboy has, however, been a major player in Civil Rights activism and allowed a space for some excellent journalism. It also celebrates the objectification of women. So here is a text that both disrupts and upholds the patriarchy simultaneously. Not something all that unusual.

And I’ve seen a lot of love for The Kingsmen on my dash lately. That’s fine. I obviously support people loving what they like, but The Kingsmen was a massively problematic text. It was flashy sure. Enjoyable in places absolutely. But weirdly misogynistic at the end? Strangely classist? Almost stubbornly unaware of what it wanted to say? Also all of those things.

And I guess what I’m saying here (and keep in mind I have indigestion-induced insomnia) is that every time I see Tumblr or the internet or the world go apeshit over how “awful” something is I want to run a slideshow of stuff like this. There are easy things we can all agree on (blurred lines) but texts that obvious are few and far between. Most especially because songs exist in a much different space and way than books, movies, tv shows, video games, or comic books. So why is it we sometimes turn a blind eye and sometimes pass judgment–judge, jury, and executioner–from a trailer alone?

There are few things more dangerous than righteousness and I so strongly believe when I am so very sure I am right is when I have to be most critical of what I think. Passion doesn’t negate an argument but ideologies are not simple things. Critiquing society is not a simple thing. It’s complicated and dangerous and the moment you think you’ve figured it out is the moment you become what you hate. It’s easy to tell someone why they’re wrong. It’s much more difficult to understand what they mean and why or how they came to mean it.

It’s just curious to me, is all. The way we aren’t up in arms about the porn industry. Or Grand Theft Auto. Or so many other things. Instead, like some vicious flash mob we love and hate in an instant, so thrilled with our insight we never stopped to ask where it came from. And I think what really bothers me about it is that we love or hate *people.* Not texts. Not stories. Not characters (though to be fair we hate those too) but PEOPLE. Real people we don’t know and real people we intentionally refuse to understand. What is that but the very worst the internet has to make of us?

Anyway, even this mob power we’ve amassed is great most of the time. It’s spurred education and civil rights and social justice and critiques of capitalist globalization. It’s great. Until it’s not.