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    From The Desk Of

    finsterface:

    If they don’t get your 30 Rock references, that’s a dealbreaker, ladies!

    (via wonderwanda)

    Yes to all your points, something is almost always better than nothing.

    Thanks Chels! I just don’t like when people disregard that it is progress, which is important to recognize. I agree she wasn’t as inclusive as she could have been, however, no one is perfect and that had to have been nerve wracking as all hell. I’m proud of her and the progress she’s making, and for targeting one of the toughest audiences out there.

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    the-statuesque:

    i’m like glad and everything that emma watson is being outspoken about feminism and stuff but like instead of appealing and attempting to include men shouldn’t we make it our number one priority to include women of color, trans women, and disabled women considering the fact that they’re still excluded from what should be their movement too?

    I totally agree - I just think one of her main points was to shift the conversation towards men since men are the main reason we need feminism. I think it’s important to get men involved in the movement and to inform and educate them, and I think coming from a person that’s been apart of many young adult male lives (with Harry Potter and such) that she’s targeting an audience that needs to hear and be a part of the conversation. I agree that PoC, trans, and other folk should be targeted as well in the conversation, but I think Emma at least put out positive things for everyone to hear and ruminate! :)

    (via sleepingisgivingin)

    #100happydays #day49 — did my first 12 minute mile bright and early at 7AM (with a 3 minute cool down) with @angrypea! as someone that’s struggled with exercise induced asthma my entire life I’m really glad I’m getting stronger day by day. I know it’s not impressive by any means, but I’m happy with my progress. ☺️💪

    (Source: the-barfbag, via vannuccis)

    factoseintolerant:

    I have never related to Kim Jong-Un more

    viviensleigh:

Happy Birthday Madeline Kahn!(September 29, 1942 - December 3, 1999)

She was really a great gift to us all. … I saw art [in her], not just funny. But I saw a person who was gifted with art. I don’t think there’s anything that Madeline Kahn couldn’t do. Nobody could approach the magnificence and wonder of Madeline Kahn.
-Mel Brooks

viviensleigh:

Happy Birthday Madeline Kahn!(September 29, 1942 - December 3, 1999)

She was really a great gift to us all. … I saw art [in her], not just funny. But I saw a person who was gifted with art. I don’t think there’s anything that Madeline Kahn couldn’t do. Nobody could approach the magnificence and wonder of Madeline Kahn.
-Mel Brooks

viviensleigh:

Happy Birthday Madeline Kahn!(September 29, 1942 - December 3, 1999)

She was really a great gift to us all. … I saw art [in her], not just funny. But I saw a person who was gifted with art. I don’t think there’s anything that Madeline Kahn couldn’t do. Nobody could approach the magnificence and wonder of Madeline Kahn.
-Mel Brooks

viviensleigh:

Happy Birthday Madeline Kahn!(September 29, 1942 - December 3, 1999)

She was really a great gift to us all. … I saw art [in her], not just funny. But I saw a person who was gifted with art. I don’t think there’s anything that Madeline Kahn couldn’t do. Nobody could approach the magnificence and wonder of Madeline Kahn.
-Mel Brooks

viviensleigh:

Happy Birthday Madeline Kahn!(September 29, 1942 - December 3, 1999)

She was really a great gift to us all. … I saw art [in her], not just funny. But I saw a person who was gifted with art. I don’t think there’s anything that Madeline Kahn couldn’t do. Nobody could approach the magnificence and wonder of Madeline Kahn.
-Mel Brooks

viviensleigh:

Happy Birthday Madeline Kahn!(September 29, 1942 - December 3, 1999)

She was really a great gift to us all. … I saw art [in her], not just funny. But I saw a person who was gifted with art. I don’t think there’s anything that Madeline Kahn couldn’t do. Nobody could approach the magnificence and wonder of Madeline Kahn.
-Mel Brooks

      viviensleigh:

      Happy Birthday Madeline Kahn!
      (September 29, 1942 - December 3, 1999)

      She was really a great gift to us all. … I saw art [in her], not just funny. But I saw a person who was gifted with art. I don’t think there’s anything that Madeline Kahn couldn’t do. Nobody could approach the magnificence and wonder of Madeline Kahn.

      -Mel Brooks

      (via mattybing1025)

      From The Desk Of

      princelesscomic:

      The statements “I don’t follow politics” and “I try to stay out of politics” are inherently privileged statements.

      You don’t pay attention because you’re safe and not afraid of what might happen to you.

      (via cutequeer96)

      Besides Lena's mistreatment of her warm-up acts, what else do you dislike about her? I love her show and it makes me really sad that she'd so ironically be a piece of shit to the people touring with her. I mean, at one point in Girls, she's an unpaid intern and the show aims to point out how unjust this is. I'm seriously saddened and pissed by her actions.

      Personally I dislike her/the show because it’s not a very good representation of “girls”, you know? I do think she says good things regarding feminism on her Twitter occasionally, but I wish she’d put her thoughts into action with her power in media and film. You know? I just want more from her, she’s more than capable. Represent ALL girls and women not just white chicks!!

      This whole not paying interns thing is another bag of apples…. sour ones.

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