the-rolling-stoned:

spunsun:

yes!

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

the-rolling-stoned:

spunsun:

yes!

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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rabidfeminist:

Nothing worse than being called a girl! #fem2 #feminism

rabidfeminist:

Nothing worse than being called a girl! #fem2 #feminism

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clarksextresser:

koishy:

if mitt romney wants to make gay marriages illegal because he doesnt like them then i want to make mitt romney illegal because i dont like him

#actual flawless logic

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"I am a lover without a lover. I am lovely and lonely and I belong deeply to myself."

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lostsplendor:

Suffragette, England c. 1910 

lostsplendor:

Suffragette, England c. 1910 

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“I always say Fellini inspired me. I love being in Fellini’s worlds. And Billy Wilder and Stanley Kubrick and Alfred Hitchcock. To revisit those certain films and go in that world is just—It’s a world that didn’t exist and now it exists. There are some people that are—I always say that they don’t like so much abstraction. They don’t like to feel lost. They like to know always, always, always what’s going on. And when they don’t feel that, they feel a little crazy. And they don’t like that. Other people—and I’m one of them—I love to go into a world, be taken into a world and get lost in there and feel-think my way and have these experiences that I know… I know that feeling, but I don’t know how to put it into words. I know that feeling and it’s magical that this cinema brought it out. This is what I love.” — David Lynch

Swoon

“I always say Fellini inspired me. I love being in Fellini’s worlds. And Billy Wilder and Stanley Kubrick and Alfred Hitchcock. To revisit those certain films and go in that world is just—It’s a world that didn’t exist and now it exists. There are some people that are—I always say that they don’t like so much abstraction. They don’t like to feel lost. They like to know always, always, always what’s going on. And when they don’t feel that, they feel a little crazy. And they don’t like that. Other people—and I’m one of them—I love to go into a world, be taken into a world and get lost in there and feel-think my way and have these experiences that I know… I know that feeling, but I don’t know how to put it into words. I know that feeling and it’s magical that this cinema brought it out. This is what I love.” — David Lynch

Swoon

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