the-listening:

ok so we all know sebastian has pretty great legs right i mean look at em

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incredible

but can we please take a moment and just appreciate

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how glorious

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and peRFECT

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his thighs are in tHE WINTER SOLDIER

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SOMEONE CALL LIFE ALERT

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 Honest Marvel logos... I had to. xx

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↳ You can’t imagine anything more mind-blowing than being onstage in front of 1,500 people, and pretty much everyone in the room shouting along to one of your songs. That’s such an amazing feeling.

Marvel’s greatest extras. 

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thefandomhatchery:

beingnormalisnotmydivision:

Say something, I’m giving up on you

I’ll be the one, if you want me to

Anywhere I would’ve followed you

Say something, I’m giving up on you
~

And I am feeling so small

It was over my head

I know nothing at all
~

And I will stumble and fall

I’m still learning to love

Just starting to crawl
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Say something, I’m giving up on you

I’m sorry that I couldn’t get to you

Anywhere I would’ve followed you

Say something, I’m giving up on you
~

And I will swallow my pride

You’re the one that I love

And I’m saying goodbye
~

Say something, I’m giving up on you

And I’m sorry that I couldn’t get to you

And anywhere I would’ve followed you (Oh-oh-oh-oh)

Say something, I’m giving up on you
~

Say something, I’m giving up on you

Say something…
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Forever reblog

JFC HIS ARMS I CAN’T

JFC HIS ARMS I CAN’T

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When I talk about “white feminism,” I’m talking about the feminism that misappropriates womanist thinkers like Audre Lorde to declare that keeping white women’s racism in check is “bashing.” I’m talking about the feminism that cheekily denounces “twitter feminism” as useless, without considering that twitter is the main medium through which less economically privileged women (usually women of colour) can put their feminism into practice and gain access to and engage with like-minded women. I’m talking about the feminism that publishes an article advocating for forced sterilization, completely disregarding the way in which forced sterilization was used as a tool of genocide against black and native women. I’m talking about the feminism that thought holding a writer’s retreat at a former slave plantation was a swell idea. I’m talking about the feminism that throws women of colour under the bus in the quest for body diversity and acceptance. I’m talking about the feminism that thinks barging into a Maasai community and “breaking barriers” is feminist, disregarding the work that actual Maasai women are doing to help achieve equality on their own terms, and obliviously parading its class privilege along the way. I’m talking about the feminism that insists that “Muslim women need saving” and refuses to acknowledge that cultural differences mean different, culturally specific approaches to feminism and equality. I’m talking about the feminism that thinks not “leaning in” is the only thing standing between women and economic success. I’m talking about the feminism that defends The Onion when it calls a little black girl a “cunt”. I’m talking about the feminism that celebrates Tina Fey, Lily Allen and Lena Dunham, but tears down Nicki Minaj, Beyoncé and Rihanna. I’m talking about the feminism that pats itself on the back, but doesn’t apologize after supporting a known abuser of WoC feminists who confesses to his transgressions. I’m talking about the feminism that did all these things in the space of one year. I’m talking about the feminism that disregards the fact that whiteness is a privilege that is not afforded to all women.
Many in the trans community are fed up with L.G.B.T. organizations that continue to erase trans identity or just give lip service to trans issues. We need our cisgender allies – gay and straight – to treat transgender lives as if they matter, and trans people need multiple seats at the tables in the organizations that say they’re interested in L.G.B.T. equality; this absence has been painful since Stonewall.