Orlando, who was dining with Leonardo DiCaprio at the Cipriani restaurant on Wednesday night, was very, very angry, when Justin, who didn’t have a reservation at the eatery, approached their table to try to talk to the actors.
DiCaprio had proceeded to shoo away the pop singer with his hand, leading Bieber to provoke a fight which saw Bloom jump over a sofa to get at the 20-year-old Baby singer at the restaurant.
(x) this just keeps getting better
dicaprio had proceeded to shoo away the pop singer with his hand
god, bieber is such a prick
girl scout badges and accomplishments
-bearer of the dark crystal
-day out on the lake of fire
-week alone in the woods of eternal night
-malevolent fungus taiming/p>
Pleas dont lie on the internet like this
i was a girl scout for several centuries
Women who claim they haven’t benefited from feminism are like evangelical creationists who claim they haven’t benefited from science.
"…one line of argument against free and easy abortion is the slippery slope argument that if fetuses are to be freely dispensed with, old people will be next. Old people? Why are old people next? And why the concern for them? Most old people are women, indeed, and patriarchal loyalists are not generally so solicitous of the welfare of any woman. Why old people? Because, I think, in the modern patriarchal divisions of labor, old people too are parasites on women. The anti-abortion folks seem not to worry about wife beating and wife murder—there is no broad or emotional popular support for stopping these violences. They do not worry about murder and involuntary sterilization in prisons, nor murder in war, nor murder by pollution and industrial accidents. Either these are not real to them or they cannot identify with the victims; but anyway, killing in general is not what they oppose. They worry about the rejection by women, at women’s discretion, of something which lives parasitically on women. I suspect that they fret not because old people are next, but because men are next."
— "Some Reflections on Separatism and Power" from The Politics of Reality: Essays in Feminist Theory
by Marilyn Frye (via unapologeticradfem
National Moth Week co-founder Dave Moskowitz shared these beautiful photos with us. Tune in on Friday to hear Rutgers University moth expert Elena Tartaglia talk more about these fascinating creatures.
"You painted a naked woman because you enjoyed looking at her, put a mirror in her hand and you called the painting “Vanity,” thus morally condemning the woman whose nakedness you had depicted for you own pleasure."
— John Berger, Ways of Seeing
gotta figure this thing haunts Gordon’s dreams
(or would if gordon ever got a chance to sleep, the poor guy)
This show continues to stay gold
I feel like this was an important line