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Finding yourself thinking, “Happy birthday, Steve” at every pivotal moment of your Fourth of July celebration. (+10)




capsicle107:

women hold up half the sky - mao zedong 

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beenlaced:

Just look how fucking gorgeous black women are? And so many shades….

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stereolights:

queer authors: make all your characters queer. every single one of them. leave no room for alternate cishet interpretations. make straight people uncomfortable. let them cry about how unrealistic it is that no one is cishet. bottle their tears and pour them over your morning pancakes. savor the taste of their discomfort.

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ericscissorhands:

"Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it."

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janesfoster:

Marvel’s leading ladies


Steve Rogers as a grief counselor at the VA, whose unyielding devotion to his job is matched only by his unwillingness to confront his own past trauma. Bucky Barnes as the trying patient whose slow recovery becomes a catalyst for Steve coming to face the cycles of grief\rage\guilt\fear he ritualistically denies himself. 

#In the next room, Natasha is telling Sam (in a quiet, measured voice) about the people she’s killed and the cold, practiced ease with which her missions were carried out. 


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weenyteenblog:

gradientlair:

#ITooAmHarvard is a project by Black students at Harvard to speak out about the racism that they experience in their daily lives as students. It will also be a play.

Pretty heartbreaking. These beautiful and bright students deserve so much better. Above I included some of the photographs (there’s many more) of Black women who are students there because I think it’s important to point out how racism is not only impacting Whites’ perception of their intelligence but also how White people approach their appearance as well, in gender-specific ways. This is heartbreaking to me albeit not surprising. The myth that working hard = happy payoff is a fairy tale. Racism is ubiquitous. 

I really wish them the best with their education and the ability to navigate these microaggressions and overt acts of racism. This stuff increases stereotype threat and impacts mental health and health which impacts performance. I want the best for them. Much love. 

i love this.

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Jeff Goldblum in ‘Annie Hall’, 1977


maaarine:

The Late Late Show - 06/05