i give up on this week. fuck it.

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scottfriday:

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DITTO.

That gif goes in the reaction folder

this GIF also comes in desktop form for day-to-day pick-me-ups. you’re welcome.

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  • #new york magazine #science fiction #feminism #sci-fi #star trek #star trek: voyager #star trek TOS #nichelle nichols #star wars #janelle monae
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anyone have any good interior design tumblrs to recommend?

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There has probably never been a less welcoming week for a new Chris Brown album than this one, when so many people are reexamining the power structures of a culture that tacitly supports and inevitably silences violence against women — one in which a chillingly clear line that can be drawn between a singsongy playground chant of “these hoes ain’t loyal” and the surveillance footage of a woman’s lifeless, rag-doll body being dragged facedown out of an elevator. As frustrating as it is that in the midst of this cultural moment, next week’s No. 1 album in the country will probably belong to a man who beat his famous girlfriend within an inch of her life and then was still allowed to blithely carry on with his career, I take some hope in how backwards-thinking and behind the times X already sounds. A decade ago, it would be difficult to imagine the scale of the public outcry against Ray Rice and the NFL, or the fact that a Lady Gaga video could be scrapped because of fresh internet outrage over R. Kelly’s past crimes. But the tide is shifting, and people are demanding that large cultural institutions and individual voices alike are held accountable for their actions. The future of R&B does not belong to Chris Brown, and neither does the future of American masculinity.

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To feel anything deranges you. To be seen feeling anything strips you naked.

Anne Carson, from Red Doc (via synaesthes—ia)
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ofgeography:

i didn’t realize how badly i needed an infinite loop of nicki minaj and ellen degeneres saying different words for booty until suddenly i had it.

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i didn’t realize how badly i needed an infinite loop of nicki minaj and ellen degeneres saying different words for booty until suddenly i had it.

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luv u so much, monáe

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