SO TODAY I was walking to college down a main road, it was really windy (as you might imagine with all the cars) and I was preocupied with keeping a grip on my beanie when I saw these two women walking a little way ahead of me on the other side of the road. One of these ladies was a bit taller than the other and they were holding hands (aww), the taller kinda butch lady had a flannel shirt on
and her partner/friend was wearing a cute cream and beige hijab. Now I swear to God this is relevant, wait for it.
A massive gust of wind suddenly comes tearing along the main road. I nearly lose my backpack, to give an idea of how bad it was. I look up and see the wind rip off this poor girls hijab and send it spiriling away down the street. (She had an undercap on so no major crisis but still, right.)
Before. You. Can. Blink. Our taller flannel-wearing girlfriend of the year TEARS off her flannel like lesbian Clark f***** Kent, throws her shirt over her partners head, and BAM she sprints off LIKE A SHOT after the hijab.
like 10/10, damn son, holy cheesits burrito, that is the very definition of chivalry and romance right there.
Orange is the New Black is the most successful show in Netflix’s history and The Handmaid’s Tale is the most successful in Hulu’s. And now Wonder Woman is being hailed as the movie that has “saved” the DC franchise. It’s almost like people are actually interested in seeing more of women’s stories on screen instead of the same tired shows centered around flawed male heroes that the mainstream machine has churned out a million times before.
Now just imagine an alien’s reaction to a woman on the ship getting her period. The aliens can smell blood, and they’ve just had a fight with some space pirates. Sel’then’ek is making sure everyone is okay when he gets to Rachel and smells blood.
Sel’then’ek: “HumanRachel are you okay?”
Rachel: “What? Um yeah I’m fine, I’m just going to the bathrooms real quick.”
Sel’then’ek: “Rachel do not lie to me! I can smell your blood! Where are you injured? Let me help!”
We’re spotlighting Tribeca selections helmed by women directors every day of Women’s History Month.
Throughout the month of March, you’ll be seeing films by everyone from Nicole Holofcener and Mira Nair to Sarah Polley and Kelly Reichardt, along with rising artists like Talya Lavie and Meera Menon, two of the four winners of our ongoing Nora Ephron Prize, a festival competition for woman moviemakers devoted to the late, pioneering legend.
Follow along and seek these talents and their cinematic treasures out!
Ibn Abbas (رضي الله عنه) and a group of companions of the Prophet ﷺ narrated that when Iblis was sent
out of Paradise and Adam was accommodated therein, Adam (alayhi salam) was alone in Paradise. He slept for some time and when he woke up,
he saw a woman whom Allah had created from his ribs.
So he asked her, “Who are you?”
replied, ”A woman“
He asked: ”Why have you been created?“
She said: ”So that you could find
comfort in me.“
taken from Stories of the Prophets [chapter: The Story of Adam and Eve] by Ibn Katheer (رحمه الله) [publisher: Dar-us-Salaam]
i came out to my parents by literally coming out of the closet and handing them pieces of paper that had “i am a lesbian” written on them in 30 languages idk why i did this i thought it would be cool at the time