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18 558 notes • avril 4, 2014

Well normally I’d say don’t do anything rash, but rash seems to be a genetic trait

113 notes • avril 4, 2014

orphan black everyone is tatiana maslany and nothing hurts
5 729 notes • avril 4, 2014

hannibal will graham frederick chilton

sktagg23:

Happy Easter.

38 723 notes • avril 4, 2014

jesus uncrossed
263 999 notes • avril 4, 2014

faithlessbeliever:

scienceoftheidiot:

I could look at these gifs for hours…

 this is so calming

301 431 notes • avril 4, 2014

"My job is to keep you safe. At least let me do that."
630 notes • avril 4, 2014

orphan black

Right down to the last bullet.

220 notes • avril 4, 2014

boardwalk empire jimmy darmody richard harrow
50 715 notes • avril 4, 2014

parks and recreation andy dwyer ooooh andy ♥

We were, as women, oppressed [in The Pride’s1950s]. We still to an extent – spiritually and emotionally – are. We’re still trying to understand why it’s ok for men to be promiscuous but for women to be promiscuous we’re called whores and sluts. Or we’re still trying to understand why so many women will dress in a certain way and wear makeup for other men, rather than for ourselves or for other women. We’re still, I think, asking a question about should we get married – is our role in life to be a wife and a mother – can we do all of those things now? At a time when we’re doing well in business that puts pressure on us to also be perfect mothers and perfect housewives. So we’re still trying to find our identity and how that’s evolving and how that’s growing.
We were, as women, oppressed [in The Pride’s1950s]. We still to an extent – spiritually and emotionally – are. We’re still trying to understand why it’s ok for men to be promiscuous but for women to be promiscuous we’re called whores and sluts. Or we’re still trying to understand why so many women will dress in a certain way and wear makeup for other men, rather than for ourselves or for other women. We’re still, I think, asking a question about should we get married – is our role in life to be a wife and a mother – can we do all of those things now? At a time when we’re doing well in business that puts pressure on us to also be perfect mothers and perfect housewives. So we’re still trying to find our identity and how that’s evolving and how that’s growing.
227 notes • avril 4, 2014

hayley atwell

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