“When we can realize that we can stop comparing Women’s sports to Men’s Sports and realize Women’s are different from Men’s sports. Because they’re different doesn’t mean they are the lesser.”
— Keelin Winters (via epitomeofloyalty)

(via joombenn)


 ‘You’re putting me on the spot here, I knew this was coming’ - Jonathan Toews is asked to show his model face on Off the Record. 

 ‘You’re putting me on the spot here, I knew this was coming’ - Jonathan Toews is asked to show his model face on Off the Record.

‘You’re putting me on the spot here, I knew this was coming’ - Jonathan Toews is asked to show his model face on Off the Record.

(via joombenn)

“I don’t think it’s terribly controversial to note that women, from a young age, are required to consider the reality of the opposite gender’s consciousness in a way that men aren’t. This isn’t to say that women don’t often misunderstand, mistreat, and stereotype men, both in literature and in life. But on a basic level, functioning in society requires that women register that men are fully conscious; it is not really possible for a woman to throw up her hands and write men off as eternally unknowable space aliens — and even if she says she has, she cannot really behave as though she has. Every element of her life — from reading books about boys and men to writing papers about the motivations of male characters to being attentive to her own safety to navigating most any institutional or professional or economic sphere — demands an ironclad familiarity with, and belief in, the idea that men really are fully human entities. And no matter how many men come to the same conclusions about women, the structure of society simply does not demand so strenuously that they do so. If you didn’t really deep down believe that women were, in general, exactly as conscious as you, you could probably still get by in life. You could probably still get a book deal. You could probably still get elected to office.”
— Jennifer duBois, Writing Across Gender (via feimineach)

(via questionable-at-best)

courtneylovedcobain:

do you ever mishear lyrics and when you learn what they’re really saying you’re like wow my version is 900% better

(via questionable-at-best)

fluffymb:

The moment when the table turns.
fluffymb:

The moment when the table turns.
fluffymb:

The moment when the table turns.

fluffymb:

The moment when the table turns.

(via lacigreen)

“I have a playlist called “gym” that I’ve never listened to.”
@sosadtoday (via nevver)

(via nevver)

“Because lying to your kids about sex helps nobody. Telling them that sex is “only between mommies and daddies” is a lie that leads to confused, hormone charged teenagers. Telling them that sex is “only something that happens when two people love each other very much” is a lie that causes hormone charged teenagers to confuse “love” with “lust,” or “obsession.” It leads to leaps of logic like, “If I have sex with them, we must be in love.” Or worse- “If I love them, I have to have sex with them.” And how many teenage tragedies are based on that misconception?”

cubebreaker: In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

cubebreaker: In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

cubebreaker: In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

cubebreaker: In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

cubebreaker: In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

cubebreaker: In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

cubebreaker: In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

cubebreaker: In his series, The Good Badlands, photographer Guy Tal seeks to show us that though it is often hidden, and may only appear briefly, there is delicate and subtle beauty in abundance for any viewer with patience and desire.

(via loveyourchaos)

jackelsstuff:

Justified fan or not. Timothy Olyphant fan or not… this is a great video.


That would be a cryin’ shame. 

That would be a cryin’ shame. 

That would be a cryin’ shame. 

That would be a cryin’ shame. 

That would be a cryin’ shame.