Kayla - 23 - Montana -Studying Japanese and Dance at the University of Montana - I like lots of things. If we like the same things, feel free to stick around.
“Good that for sure, shuck-face.”
my hair is so glossy like raven feathers rn
Thomas and Chuck in The Maze Runner *
Blake Cooper and Jacob Latimore at a Q&A session after a screening of THE MAZE RUNNER at Regal Atlantic Station on September 19, 2014
Minaj’s perspective has always been multi-dimensional; she comes forward as an immigrant, as a black women, as a female rapper, as a sexual being, as an artist, as a storyteller, as a survivor, as a bad bitch. She comes forward in order to tell her own story, be it one of domination or declaration. Minaj has even come forward as a feminist. She’s actually done it over and over again. And yet, instead of simply embracing her own discourse on the topic, feminists often can’t wrap their heads around it.
We call them Grievers.
Just a set of quick photos I did for class.
Chronic illness 101.
Reblogging again because I am about to walk out the door to do something that would drain a half or full battery, and I’m already at 40%
So I went to see The Boxtrolls today having been very excited about all of the publicity, the general theme of the film, and all of the posters I saw of what appeared to be same gender families.
I left the cinema in tears because of it. It’s very transmisogynist. I do not advise anyone, especially trans women, to see this film. I’ll explain why below.
TW FOR THE CONTENT BELOW. It contains spoilers and descriptions of transmisogyny.
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