ellenpompeo: So proud of the work we’ve done together @iamsandraoh we’ve laughed we cried we’ve kicked some serious acting ass together #SOGRATEFUL

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ellenpompeo: So proud of the work we’ve done together @iamsandraoh we’ve laughed we cried we’ve kicked some serious acting ass together #SOGRATEFUL

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    Game of Thrones theme song played in the style of a music box

sosa-parks:

As a college student you’re either struggling academically, financially, or emotionally. Or all three.

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Saoirse Ronan as Agatha in The Grand Budapest Hotel (x)

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Saoirse Ronan as Agatha in The Grand Budapest Hotel (x)

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"This episode was all about how the tiniest, seemingly innocuous disturbances can throw off the orbit of a person’s life, sending him or her careening off and colliding into other people’s paths: a misplaced purse, a malfunctioning conference-call box, a love note removed from a vase of flowers. (And that’s what Mad Men is so, so good at: the inevitable yet somehow still surprising consequences of actions we don’t think matter at the time.) It seems Sally came crashing into Don’s ever-more-depressing little universe at just the right moment, offering him what might be the most unconditional love he’s ever known." —The Atlantic

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"This episode was all about how the tiniest, seemingly innocuous disturbances can throw off the orbit of a person’s life, sending him or her careening off and colliding into other people’s paths: a misplaced purse, a malfunctioning conference-call box, a love note removed from a vase of flowers. (And that’s what Mad Men is so, so good at: the inevitable yet somehow still surprising consequences of actions we don’t think matter at the time.) It seems Sally came crashing into Don’s ever-more-depressing little universe at just the right moment, offering him what might be the most unconditional love he’s ever known." —The Atlantic

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mightyflower:

to quote hamlet act III scene iii line 92, “no”

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"X-Men has always appealed to people who felt like outcasts. But I also understood it had a universal appeal. Even the most popular person, or the best-looking, or the straightest, has times in life where they feel different and like they don’t belong."

Director Bryan Singer to OUT

I sat down recently with X-Men director Bryan Singer to talk about the new movie and being a “gay director,” among other things, and today outofficial posted the first little tease from the piece!

A longer outtake to accompany Singer’s spot on the OUT Power List (#29) will go online tomorrow, to be followed by the full feature next week. (The article appears in print in the June/July issue.) 

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"There’s a paradox in thinking that you’re better than other girls, when your whole reason for feeling that way is because you think your gender is so inherently inferior that you want to dis-identify with being a girl altogether."

More Than Words: Tomboys R Us

THIS whenever some girl brags about being “one of the boys” or says something like “I’m not like other girls, I LOVE [stereotypically masculine thing].” (via giraffodill)

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inked-virtue:

dxcade:

DO U EVEN LIFT MR WAYNE

Literal burn

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inked-virtue:

dxcade:

DO U EVEN LIFT MR WAYNE

Literal burn

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