badwolfbutch:

Actress Raven Symone enrolled in college for art classes. Here are some of the sketches and artwork she posted.

UMMMMM

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the-anal-rapist:

Me @ family dinners…

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the-anal-rapist:

Me @ family dinners…

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the-anal-rapist:

Me @ family dinners…

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izhtiekz:

my friend just sent this to me with no context

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Kristen Stewart in the trailer of Clouds of Sils Maria (x)

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itsallrandominmyhead:

Movie A Day:  The Captains (2011)

I actually liked Avery Brooks segments with Shatner.  I could listen to Patrick Stewart speak for hours, his voice is pleasant.  Kate Mulgrew hasn’t aged well.  I like to believe Shatner is genuine but I feel this vague twinge of phoniness.

B-

…aaaand the only thing mentioned about the only woman is her appearance. Nothing about how well she interviews, how articulate and charming she is, or the incredibly empowering influence she had on millions of young women as the first female starship captain. Nope, this incredibly inspiring woman (who, incidentally, looks pretty damn good to me for 59) simply “has not aged well”. I’m reasonably sure the original poster didn’t mean any harm by this comment—it seems like a simple first impression. But that’s exactly why I’m pointing it out. As a society, we talk out of both sides of our mouths. We say we believe that women’s worth should be evaluated based on more factors than beauty and I think we honestly believe that. Yet, we’ve been so conditioned to objectify women, it is our reflex to judge a woman’s beauty first—I know that I’ve been guilty of it. However, if we want to affect a positive change, we have to start catching these engrained thought processes even when they seem innocuous.

geek-selforum:

itsallrandominmyhead:

Movie A Day: The Captains (2011)

I actually liked Avery Brooks segments with Shatner. I could listen to Patrick Stewart speak for hours, his voice is pleasant. Kate Mulgrew hasn’t aged well. I like to believe Shatner is genuine but I feel this vague twinge of phoniness.

B-

…aaaand the only thing mentioned about the only woman is her appearance. Nothing about how well she interviews, how articulate and charming she is, or the incredibly empowering influence she had on millions of young women as the first female starship captain. Nope, this incredibly inspiring woman (who, incidentally, looks pretty damn good to me for 59) simply “has not aged well”.

I’m reasonably sure the original poster didn’t mean any harm by this comment—it seems like a simple first impression. But that’s exactly why I’m pointing it out. As a society, we talk out of both sides of our mouths. We say we believe that women’s worth should be evaluated based on more factors than beauty and I think we honestly believe that. Yet, we’ve been so conditioned to objectify women, it is our reflex to judge a woman’s beauty first—I know that I’ve been guilty of it. However, if we want to affect a positive change, we have to start catching these engrained thought processes even when they seem innocuous.

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createdtheuniverse:

Some of the stores to the right in Bobs burgers opening credits

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keepcalm-and-shred-on:

girlveins:

i think about this girl so much through out my day i hope shes happy 

I haven’t laughed this hard in a while

keepcalm-and-shred-on:

girlveins:

i think about this girl so much through out my day i hope shes happy 

I haven’t laughed this hard in a while

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33333333333333333335:

omg!!!!!!!

33333333333333333335:

omg!!!!!!!

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