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tips for new freshmen!

  • no one cares about anything
  • walk on the right side of the fucking hallway 
  • dont sit in the back of the bus you gotta earn that. maybe next year, champ.
  • stop screaming. we’re all tired and miserable. 

Ugg I’m so tired. I just want to lay down after being at school all day, but nope I get to go to work in 20 minutes.


it’s gene roddenberry’s birthday today. happy birthday gene. some weird things have happened while you’ve been away, floating out there in the sky. for example, there’s some new movies. people think jim kirk’s a womanizer and star trek is about blowing space shit up a lot. karl urban’s pretty great. the world itself is in a strange place at the moment. we’re still looking to the stars, though. thanks for the dream you gave us


What if Marvel drew its male heroes like its female ones

 In an effort to complicate the all-too-common “notion that women only exist to titillate straight men,” writer and co-host of the podcast “Matt & Brett Love Comics,” Brett White, decided to give male superheroes some sexy variant covers of their very own.

As White points out in his introduction to the images, the issue isn’t with sexiness itself; rather, it’s with the fact that female superheroes — and women more generally — are disproportionately subject to sexualization in a way that men and male characters are not.

It’s time for a change |Follow micdotcom


that was so much better than i expected


Leslie Knope tries impressions and accents



ah yes that large muscular man is very attractive but how would he look in lacy lingerie

    The goal is not to maintain the status quo but with more diverse faces. The goal is to address and repair the historical and present day injustices. There is no magic number at which you have “enough” diverse people on staff or “enough” diverse books on your shelf or “enough” diverse people shortlisted for the Giller Prize. We will not be successful until people who are marginalized are no longer marginalized.
— Léonicka Valcius, ‘Proportional Representation’ Has No Place In Diversity Discussions (via richincolor)



Nude Portraits series by photographer Trevor Christensen

This is my new favorite thing



throwback to me in high school


so you’ve fallen in love with an under appreciated actor with a terrible filmography: a memoir

    I was 17 when I wrote that,” she reminds me. “That’s the age you are when you think someone can actually take your boyfriend. Then you grow up and realise no one takes someone from you if they don’t want to leave.
— Taylor talking about Better Than Revenge (x)