“People like Kangana’s performance, but she is not the only reason for making ‘Queen’ find universal acceptance. It is the way she finds her feet on her own terms that makes it refreshing. So does the presence of a liberal grandmother who nudges her to fulfil her dream, a stripper with a conscientious soul and a bed-hopping friend who makes her and the audience get over value judgment.”
— Anuj Kumar (via hungama-ho-gaya)

19th September 104 notes

This is my favourite part of any fanfic ever.


This is my favourite part of any fanfic ever.

19th September 566 notes


harry and hermione’s relationship is so important because it shows that two characters can love each other deeply but not in a romantic way and there are not enough boy/girl unconditional, innocent friendships like that in books and that is why i am refusing to accept that J.K. wanted them together

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“If they can learn to say Tchaikovsky and Michelangelo and Dostoyevsky, they can learn to say Uzoamaka.”
— Uzo Aduba’s mother proving that the idea of not being able to pronounce a POC’s name because it’s “too hard” or “too complicated” is complete bullshit and actually just laziness. (via cosmicspread)

19th September 30,381 notes


from the documentary “It’s A Girl”

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"You think I’m a bitch? A tart? No, you must be thinking I’m a slut."

19th September 521 notes

Screw writing “strong” women. Write interesting women. Write well-rounded women. Write complicated women. Write a woman who kicks ass, write a woman who cowers in a corner. Write a woman who’s desperate for a husband. Write a woman who doesn’t need a man. Write women who cry, women who rant, women who are shy, women who don’t take no shit, women who need validation and women who don’t care what anybody thinks. THEY ARE ALL OKAY, and all those things could exist in THE SAME WOMAN. Women shouldn’t be valued because we are strong, or kick-ass, but because we are people. So don’t focus on writing characters who are strong. Write characters who are people.” [x]

19th September 1,024 notes

the appropriate response to slut-shaming [x]

Reporter: When girls are young they like the attention guys give them, but then when they get older they start shouting and saying they’ve been exploited.

Pari: Are we torturing you? We are forcing you to be with us? I’m sorry that you are so tortured.

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pumpkin spice latte in hindi sounds like some sabzi/curry

kaddu masala latte

18th September 2 notes

I remember laughing out loud the first time I watched the music video for “Sheila Ki Jawani.” I remember being taken aback by Katrina Kaif – per usual a paragon of all things sexy – thrusting herself at me with her midriff and cleavage and legs deliberately bared, while simultaneously telling me, emphatically and with no room for doubt, that she knows I want it but I’m never gonna get it. I’m never gonna get her body. I remember delightedly grappling with the cognitive dissonance Sheila created, her tongue firmly in cheek.

“Main tere haath na aani” sounded to me like an empowering and explicit withholding of consent. And to see it sung by a scantily clad, pelvic-thrusting woman was to be told: Look, I can be as overtly sexual and “immodest” as I want to and still not grant you any further physical permissions.

I remember getting predictably addicted to the criminally catchy tune, but remaining pleasantly surprised by the very, very progressive message I perceived: Sheila will allow you some access to her body. Sheila will flaunt her body. Sheila will be totally thrilled for you to look at her body. But anything you do with Sheila’s body will be decidedly, nonnegotiably on Sheila’s terms. Don’t even think about assuming otherwise.

— Rega Jha (Buzzfeed)

18th September 159 notes

me in real life

me in real life

16th September 582 notes


calcium more like coolcium haha drink ur milk kids

16th September 272,548 notes


R.I.P to all the friendships where we acted like lovers at some point, and now we barely talk.

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