If you’re sad, add more lipstick and attack.
Coco Chanel (via dominikarobak)
Sharon Van Etten - Give Out
She doesn’t give anything, only takes .
Let’s be real, in a time before the internet people didn’t have more adventures and make more meaningful connections. They watched TV and listened to CDs. Before that they listened to records and read magazines. Before that they listened to the radio and read bad dime novels. Before that they embroidered or some shit.
People have been staying inside and ignoring other people for as long as there have been buildings.
I’m like… writers who fall in love with the actors in their plays? Get over yourself. It’s not all about you.
The directors of the Lab inadvertently providing a much-needed reality check.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs - Dull Life
"natasha doesnt have a time for your shit, barton."
because the avengers and (this) post and i had no idea why i suddenly want to draw clint and natasha. ahsgfdgas.
In the end I believe scientists are hopeless romantics desperate in love with the idea that the world makes sense.
Scientists have broken hearts and by combining toxic elements and reading the stars, they are able to write poetry.Royla Asghar, The Astronomy Series #7 (via humanflower)
Every time I see someone make the argument that representation in fiction isn’t a big issue, and that advocating for diversity is just a waste of time because audiences can identify with anyone, and anyway, trying to include a wide range of backgrounds is just tokenism, I have the overwhelming urge to grab them by the shoulders and hiss, “If you really believe that representation doesn’t matter, then why the fuck are you threatened by it? If not seeing yourself depicted in stories has no negative psychological impact - if the breakdown of who we see on screen has no bearing on wider social issues - then what would it matter if nine stories out of ten were suddenly all about queer brown women? No big, right? It wouldn’t change anything important; just a few superficial details. Because YOU can identify with ANYONE.
"So I guess the problem is that you just don’t want to. Because deep down, you think it’ll make stories worse. And why is that? Oh, yeah: because it means they wouldn’t all be about YOU.”
The bold. (not mine)