I literally can’t get myself to sit through movies that don’t have women. I’m like where the fuck are the women? Why are there so many men? This is boring as fuck goodbye

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the new Guardians of the Galaxy still looks amazing

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“The key to Luna is that she has that unbelievably rare quality of actually not giving a damn what anyone else thinks of her.” - J.K. Rowling

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orphan black meets tumblr (inspired by)

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There are two types of people in this world: those who think Tatiana Maslany deserves every award in existence, and those who haven’t seen Orphan Black yet.

"Ann is the greatest human being ever invented."

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Disney Haiku (Pixar version coming soon)

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"what are you going to do with a degree in english?" more like engRICH am i right haha ha ha i don’t want to talk about it ok

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[MI5 Officer] Mary Sherer met Phyllis McKenzie, who had worked for British intelligence in New York during the war, and the two women became inseparable. They lived together for the rest of their lives, ‘perfect foils for each other’. Within MI5 they were assumed to be lesbians or, rather, Lesbians [always capitalized in MI5 documents, possibly as a holdover of classical education]. Together they moved to Rome and opened the Lion Bookshop on Via del Babuino near the Spanish Steps. ‘Mary was a very fast runner and would think nothing of pursuing the rather numerous petty thieves that abounded in Rome during and after the war. She loved a challenge.’ This formidable pair of English ladies, known as ‘the Lionesses,’ spent their days surrounded by books and a large posse of dogs: Pekinese, French bulldogs, and pugs, ‘all of which Mary doted on’.

Double Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies by Ben Macintyre (via cruisecontrolforcool)

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oh hey it’s book-loving lesbians with a horde of brachycephalic animals

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