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…and will continue to. -Scarlett Johansson 

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lacigreen:

fulloflightning:

don’t blame women for the fact that someone they trusted betrayed them in such an intimate way

solidarity with my ladies

for real i’m so sick of everyone blaming women when their asshole partners share their PRIVATE, CONSENSUAL pictures with the public

It’s just sad that people (mostly men, but not always) live up to the expectation that if you send them intimate pictures, they will make it onto the internet. 

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starfleetrambo:

comic © me

satan © himself

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Step 321: You don’t have to have feelings *about* your feelings

adulting:

Angry? Sad? Lonely? Ashamed? Maliciously gleeful? All of those are OK ways to feel and you don’t have to spend extra time and emotional energy berating yourself for feeling them. That is not productive.

I need this as one of those framed posters or embroidery right in front of my face when I wake up in the morning

despairnaegami:

personasanta:

does anybody else think tired and sleepy mean two totally different things

sleepy is cute and dozing off and happy but tired is 10 cups of coffee and murder

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edwardspoonhands:

blinkpopshift:

The Art Assignment #3: The line is indispensable

We don’t all have the same understanding of ‘intimate' so to show you mine I made this video of my process of making these. I don’t show this part often. It feels private. I don’t draw exactly, I say what I do is illustration or drawing but its more like drafting. I’m not embarrassed exactly, just protective of something I love.  

I just got some serious goosebumps.

maureenjohnsonbooks:

summerscourtney:

One of the first things I did when stuff started falling into place with my writing career was talk about it with people like it was all this questionable accident.  “Yeah, I wrote a book and it’s being published,” I’d say, like it was nothing—not like it was easy, but like it was literally nothing.  It was amazing how quickly I was willing to let go of the hard work and sacrifices I’d made in hopes the thing I wanted to happen would.  When it did, I did not want anyone to be uncomfortable or, God forbid, like me less for my accomplishments.  Before I gave anyone a chance to be proud of me, to celebrate with me, I wanted them to know I was so sorry first. 
Eventually a friend emailed me and told me I could work that angle less and when she did, I realized how truly scared I was of claiming my part in what I made happen for me.  It’s so sad so many of the accomplished, hardworking women I know struggle with owning their success. How immediately they will tear themselves out of that part of the picture because it just doesn’t look as nice with them in it.
Anyway, what I’m trying to say here is: that’s enough of that.  Let’s stop.

So many women I know do this. I’ve done it myself. 

I think almost every woman does this. It’s something we have burned into our brains, otherwise we are vain and obnoxious. 
Keep working on it. 

maureenjohnsonbooks:

summerscourtney:

One of the first things I did when stuff started falling into place with my writing career was talk about it with people like it was all this questionable accident.  “Yeah, I wrote a book and it’s being published,” I’d say, like it was nothing—not like it was easy, but like it was literally nothing.  It was amazing how quickly I was willing to let go of the hard work and sacrifices I’d made in hopes the thing I wanted to happen would.  When it did, I did not want anyone to be uncomfortable or, God forbid, like me less for my accomplishments.  Before I gave anyone a chance to be proud of me, to celebrate with me, I wanted them to know I was so sorry first. 

Eventually a friend emailed me and told me I could work that angle less and when she did, I realized how truly scared I was of claiming my part in what I made happen for me.  It’s so sad so many of the accomplished, hardworking women I know struggle with owning their success. How immediately they will tear themselves out of that part of the picture because it just doesn’t look as nice with them in it.

Anyway, what I’m trying to say here is: that’s enough of that.  Let’s stop.

So many women I know do this. I’ve done it myself. 

I think almost every woman does this. It’s something we have burned into our brains, otherwise we are vain and obnoxious. 

Keep working on it. 

I only knew James Franco was a giant Tolkien fan from The Colbert Report. Which made this scene even better. 

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