Demi Lovato & Joe Jonas reunite to perform “This Is Me” and reenact the scene from Camp Rock [Staples Center, LA - 9/27/14]



bisexualcowgirl:

I love Jed Bartlett but imagine The West Wing where everything is the same but Abbey is president and Jed is just the dotty first husband full of inane facts



[People say they love to see your dance moves] “Are you serious? Do ‘they love’ mean they’re like “That’s so lame. Look at her still doing that”?”



“It’s disgusting. “I have a right to your naked body or images that you’ve sent to your husband, or lover.” It’s disgusting. It’s this violent, abusive violation of womanhood—of divine womanhood. It’s violent, and it’s misogynistic, and it’s revolting…..There’s a guy now taking these pictures and putting them up in an art gallery. What fucking right does he have to do that? It’s absolutely revolting.” — Andrew Garfield on the stolen private pictures of female celebrities (x)



"You have no idea what i can do.”



Title: Hate Me
Artist: Blue October
Played: 2480 times

radtracks:

hate me // blue october

hate me today
hate me tomorrow
hate me for all the things i didn’t do for you




Anonymous:
why is "hate breeds more hate" a bad thing to say?

lookatthisfuckingoppressor:

Oh so many reasons.

1) it equates the anger of the oppressed to the hate of their oppressors.
2) it blames oppressed groups for their oppression. Bigotry doesn’t exist because people hate bigots. It exists because oppressed people oppose it. It exists because of bigots and because of privileged folks being complicit or tacitly condoning systems of oppression.
3) it’s fundamentally untrue. Hatred of oppression doesn’t lead to more hatred; it leads to progress.
4) it is used to attack any attempt by oppressed people to obtain liberation. Point out that something or someone is repulsively racist and all of a sudden you’re “breeding more hate”.

It’s a fundamental misrepresentation of reality that blames victims and excuses fucked up behavior.



“Honestly, I think that I cheer on anybody who is living their life on their own terms and wearing what they want to wear and representing what they want to represent. I think that no other female artist should be able to tell me to wear less clothes and I’m not gonna tell any other female artist to wear more clothes. You know what I’m saying? As long as it’s their idea, and they’re expressing their sexuality or they’re expressing their strength or it makes them feel like a woman to perform a certain way or dress a certain way. I just think that as long as it’s coming from them and they’re living their life on their own terms, I cheer them on. Honestly.” — Taylor Swift on not “acting up” like Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears on Tout Le Monde En Parle (via immabefearless)



Reese Witherspoon photographed by Mikael Jansson for Vogue Magazine, October 2014.


nauticalprincex:

i can’t wait until i can afford my taste in clothes



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