"I call myself a feminist when people ask me if I am, and of course I am ‘cause it’s about equality, so I hope everyone is. You know you’re working in a patriarchal society when the word feminist has a weird connotation." ─ Ellen Page
get to know me meme | [1/?] favorite musical artists
↳ Beyoncé; I have a lot of awards and I have a lot of these things that are amazing and I worked my ass off, I worked harder than probably everybody I know to get those things, but nothing feels like my child singing ‘mummy’. No, nothing feels like when I look my husband in the eyes, nothing feels like when I’m respected, when I get on the stage and I see I’m changing peoples lives.Those are the things that matter and at this point in my life that’s what I’m striving for - growth, love, happiness, fun.
Greek mythology meme: [6/6] titans
Hekate was the daughter of the Titans Asteria and Perses. She was the goddess of magic and witchcraft, ghosts, necromancy, and the night. In later traditions, she gained rule over the three-way crossroad, and was depicted as a three-form goddess.
sheets are swaying from an old clothesline
like a row of captured ghosts, over old dead grass
get to know me meme → 5 female characters [4/5] • leslie knope
The urgency of the war, along with changing conceptions of women’s roles in society, meant that the U.S. military enlisted the help of thousands of women. In fact, about 350,000 women served in the armed forces […] When women shipped off, they took cosmetics with them into battle. Lipstick was one of the ways these women defined themselves; to them it signaled femininity and strength. (full quote at sarriane)
i feel like every single boy is a fuckboy. i feel like theres a fuckboy scale that goes from 1 to 10 that every single boy falls on. it’s not a question of whether a boy is a fuckboy or not but rather how bad of a fuckboy he is
As for the apparent, post-Brokeback rush of major screen actors pursuing gay roles, McAvoy thinks it’s largely a matter of the industry catching up with creative impulse. “I think actors have always wanted to play those parts,” he says. “They’re just not so bothered now about what those roles might say about their personal lives. It’s a nice wee sign of the times.”