chloecera:

I need

doctorwholia:

i wanna look like someone who can cut you but still bakes cookies in her spare time

sassy-hook:

pleasant-trees:

aprilsvigil:

manticoreimaginary:

Watching this (and fearing broken ankles with each loop) I can’t helping thinking about that old quote Ginger Rogers did everything Fred Astaire did, except backwards and in high heels.

But no, if you watch closely you’ll see she doesn’t even step on the last chair. That means she had to trust that fucker to lift her gently to the ground while he was spinning down onto that chair. That takes major guts. I’d be pissing myself and fearing a broken neck if I were in her place. Kudos to her. 

I can’t stop watching this. 

#I watched this for too long to not reblog

I am a feminist. I’ve been female for a long time now. I’d be stupid not to be on my own side.

Maya Angelou    (via thatkindofwoman)

Q

(via knitmecrazy)

…the older I get, the more I see how women are described as having gone mad, when what they’ve actually become is knowledgeable and powerful and fucking furious.

vogue:

Oscar de la Renta has passed away at the age of 82, but he will always be remembered through his work and legacy.Oprah Winfrey and Oscar de la Renta, photographed by Mario Testino, Vogue, July 2010.See his legendary designs in the pages of Vogue.
brxkenpetal:

provokatio-n:


I remember how my ex used to do that when she was sad, she sat on my lap and wrapped her legs around my waist and just kept kissing my neck softly and slowly and i stroked her back for like 2 hours without saying anything and that’s all and i really fucking miss her.

The caption hurts me in the heart bit

Islam doesn’t promote violence or peace. Islam is just a religion and like every religion in the world, in depends on what you bring to it. If you’re a violent person, your Islam, your Judaism, your Christianity, your Hinduism is going to be violent. There are marauding Buddhist monks in Myanmar slaughtering women and children. Does Buddhism promote violence? Of course not. People are violent or peaceful, and that depends on their politics their social world, the way that they see their communities, the way they see themselves.

— Religious scholar Reza Aslan answers CNN’s question, “Does Islam promote violence?”  (via maddynorris)