all the lady bamfs that are fit to post

“It’s certainly possible to have two women. I am not sure it’s wise. You want a ticket that represents men and women.”

puppydogpout:

i-o-uabadwolf:

eziocauthon89:

Kinda sad, when you consider what happened to her in The Library

can you not

noooooooooooooo

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jennyquantums:

"That’s what makes you more powerful than any of us." — Batman

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tildastardust:

Very skinny Tilda/Bowie

This blog is dedicated to an important issue affecting our multiverse: Tilda Swinton and David Bowie are the same person.

Amy Poehler: Mean Girls - Mrs. George (2004) vs. Parks & Recreation - Leslie Knope (2014)

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policymic:

From Nancy Drew to Veronica Mars, girl detectives are not what they used to be

The Veronica Mars series radically altered the image of the girl detective, a character that Drew popularized and has continued to champion for generations of readers. For starters Mars’ first film appearance last month replaced the image of the domestic, restrained girl detective with one of a self-aware, modern woman. It’s a character revamp we’ve needed for a long time.

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“…the point is NOT that Veronica chooses Logan over Piz, or even that she chooses Neptune over NYC, but that Veronica chooses her true self over the one that society claims is “best” for her.”

—   

Anna Verity, feminist VMars scholar (via julietohara)

THIS.

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Also she chooses to help people where she feels there is a need for it, instead of taking a fancy job that pays a lot. 

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a fan of this gif usage

joutei:

jpgay:

we’ve all had crushes we very strongly regret

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annetdonahue:

YEAH KELLY JESUS CHRIST

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