"I detest the masculine point of view. I am bored by his heroism, virtue, and honour. I think the best these men can do is not talk about themselves anymore."
Virginia Woolf, The Pargiters: The Novel-Essay Portion of THE YEARS (via fetchhappened)
this lady died in the 1800s and this shit is still true today, aka we need more female perspective and female-centered stories in the media that are not romance or romantic comedies, like that’s the only thing women do.
(Source: fagcity, via nijimei)
hella-vanilla asked: There is a full lunar eclipse tonight. Want to invade the water tribe?
now is the time.
"I hate it when people talk like friendship is less than other kinds of…as though it’s some sort of runner-up prize for people who can’t get laid."
— Tori Beaugrand, Quicksilver. (via toribeaugrands)
Anonymous asked: I love the use of the word "kind" too. What with all the re-education, loss of family, constant monitoring and fucking with his boyfriend and cat by Strex Cecil is still kind. Kind is not a weak or fluffy word, he will still call an asshole out when required and heaven help Strex when he gets in a position to do something about the shit they are pulling. But he is kind. Kind to those he loves, kind to us his listeners even. But kind does not and never has meant weak.
Absolutely! And that doesn’t just go for Cecil.
Cecil describes Carlos as “kind” (and caring, and reliable), and we know from “Condos” that Carlos is a bit of a sweetheart, with a sunny disposition and a big heart. And with this he’s smart, oh so smart, and he’s brave and he’s strong.
And Dana, out walking the desert alone for so many months, not giving up, approaching the huge masked army and just talking to them… Dana is gentleness and kindness and love for her family, and she’s by far one of the strongest characters of the show.