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majesty:

if you’re reading this i hope something good happens to you today

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alls-end:

ursulatheseabitchh:

The last three Disney films that starred POC were the Emperor’s New Groove in 2000, Brother Bear in 2003 and Princess and the Frog in 2009.

What did they have in common?

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Exactly.

FUCK

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kunamathesilverfilly:

archicide:

a lot of fedora-type dudes don’t actually wear fedoras, you just know them from the way they are. it’s like a personality fedora. an internal fedora

It’s their fedaura.

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Also, I know nobody asked for it, but you’re getting selfies anyway. (PS: that bottom photo is what I look like 90% of the time. Don’t ask why I do that with my sweatshirt. I don’t know.)

femscinerd asked: 4, 5, 11, 25

4. what are you looking forward to?

Moving forward with my life, even though I’m still not 100% sure of where exactly I’m going (not even in an existential way, but in a literally physical location way), and moving away from where I currently am

5. is there anyone who can always make you smile?

Always is a tall order, but… having a genuine conversation with almost anyone about almost anything can put me in a pretty good mood. If I have to answer the actual question and not dodge with vague answers, I can brag about sixtwosix again for being the most ridiculous (in the best way possible) person I’ve ever met, so it’s hard not to be amused by her most of the time. (I guarantee if she reads this, she will reply and say that she’s not that ridiculous, but… you should trust me.)

11. are you listening to music right now?

I’m pretty much always listening to music. Um…. I’m debating whether to confess what… eh, fuck it. If you all haven’t run screaming yet, this probably won’t do it. So today’s mood has been a playlist heavily consisting of music from Disney Channel movies (think High School Musical genre). Yes, I sometimes (often?) have the musical preferences of a tween.

25. role model

This shouldn’t be as hard as it was for me to answer, but I genuinely had to think about it and I still feel like I have other answers too that I can’t come up with. The first people who came to mind were my college PI and the PhD in our lab. My PI because she was just so fucking passionate about what she did and that is inspiring, and the PhD because she just knew everything and was always so helpful and reminded me of myself in a lot of personality ways so it made me believe I could do it if she could (and she spent a lot of time encouraging me in that regard). And they were both women in science who managed to be great mentors as well as maintain pretty solid work-life balance, which I think is always inspiring.

Go ahead and send me a number or two!

withinthebroken:

1. selfie
2. what would you name your future kids?
3. do you miss anyone?
4. what are you looking forward to?
5. is there anyone who can always make you smile?
6. is it hard for you to get over someone?
7. what was your life like last year?
8. have you ever cried because you were so annoyed?
9. who did you last see in person?
10. are you good at hiding your feelings?
11. are you listening to music right now?
12. what is something you want right now?
13. how do you feel right now?
14. when was the last time someone of the opposite sex hugged you?
15. personality description
16. have you ever wanted to tell someone something but you didn’t?
17. opinion on insecurities.
18. do you miss how things were a year ago?
19. have you ever been to New York?
20. what is your favourite song at the moment?
21. age and birthday?
22. description of crush
23. fear(s)
24. height
25. role model
26. idol(s)
27. things i hate
28. i’ll love you if…
29. favourite film(s)
30. favourite tv show(s)
31. 3 random facts
32. are your friends mainly girls or guys?
33. something you want to learn
34. most embarrassing moment
35. favourite subject
36. 3 dreams you want to fulfill?
37. favourite actor/actress
38. favourite comedian(s)
39. favourite sport(s)
40. favourite memory
41. relationship status
42. favourite book(s)
43. favourite song ever
44. age you get mistaken for
45. how you found out about your idol
46. what my last text message says
47. turn ons
48. turn offs
49. where i want to be right now
50. favourite picture of your idol
51. star sign
52. something i’m talented at
53. 5 things that make me happy
54. something thats worrying me at the moment
55. tumblr friends
56. favourite food(s)
57. favourite animal(s)
58. description of my best friend
59. why i joined tumblr
60. ask me anything you want

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The logic of those who argue “Get Over It” is set up to privilege reckless behavior by placing the blame on the audience. But if the joke isn’t actually racist, then why have so many racist slurs been hurled at those of us promoting #CancelColbert? The outrage surrounding our criticism is about white liberals feeling entitled to engage in hate speech under the guise of “satire.” These white liberals are not mad that we pointed out racism, they are mad that they now have to consider the ways in which they may be racist.
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bigbardafree:

kuchikopis:

erikalynae:

thegeekyblonde:

ladysaviours:

lacecrowns:

thegeekyblonde:

bigbardafree:

literally thats all anyone would need to tell me to get me to hate john green

"did you know in one of his books the two main characters make out in the anne frank house"

thats literally making out with someone at a holocaust memorial that’s awful what the fuck

especially in the context of the scene, like they act like they’re Taking It Back For True Love bc no one else appreciates the anne frank house in the right way, i love when white christians reclaim holocaust memorials

okay i love this post butjust because john green wrote it doesn’t mean he endorses iti feel like john green knows that’s a terrible thing to dohis characters are flawed immature teenagers you know

is this criticized in the text, or does it pass without negative comment?

bystanders literally applaud in the scene while they’re playing tongue hockey so i daresay he endorses it

His exact words on the subject:

"It’s a sacred space, but it’s important to remember that real people lived there. Our usual way of honoring the dead–by freezing them in time and mythologizing them, by building the marble statues Shakespeare rails against in that sonnet–that’s not Hazel and Augustus’s way of honoring the dead. As Hazel notes, Anne Frank made out with a boy in the Anne Frank house. I think Hazel wants (and I wanted) to reclaim that sacred space for doomed people who are nonetheless still alive, and still full of desire."

Generally, I wanted both of them to take back the weird, empty, quiet, sacred space that is the Anne Frank House (and more generally is the reverent but distant way we are always thinking of the dead) and find a different way to honor her life.”

http://johngreenbooks.com/questions-about-the-fault-in-our-stars-spoilers/#settings

So yeah, he endorses it. (Maybe not in real life, but definitely as part of the story.)

my jaw is literally on the ground right now  

fucking christ 

there it is there it fucking is

he tried to reclaim the anne frank house

i fucking hate john green i hope i can meet him one day at a con so i can throw up on him

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I tried to look up how many presidents have been grandfathers while serving in office. It’s pretty hard to look up because no one in the history of presidents has ever cared about whether or not they have grandchildren or will ever have grandchildren because it is truly one of the dumbest things to care about in the universe.

Rebecca Traister, How to Be Less Stupid About Hillary Clinton’s Future Grandchild (via seriouslyamerica)

Grover Cleveland got married and had a fucking baby while president, and I know he’s not on anyone’s top 10 list of “greatest presidents” or anything, but let’s be real, no one will ever include his status as a parent in their analysis of his presidency.

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