findsomethingtofightfor:

almostperfectalibi:

*whispers* Bechdel pass. See how easy?

It is legitimately sad that so many movies don’t pass that test because it is literally this easy.

(via ladybons)

stannisbarathcon:

did i do it right

(via alwaysravenclaw)

lotr meme: three races [1/3] → hobbits

Hobbits really are amazing creatures. You can learn all there is to know about their ways in a month, and yet after a hundred years they can still surprise you.

(via thranduilings)

the-irish-mayhem:

thetrekkiehasthephonebox:

chekov-in-a-dress:

I want a superhero movie where the hero dies in the first ten minutes and the woman who was supposed to be the love interest puts on his costume and becomes an even better hero.

I want all of the advertising to be for the hero and none of the marketing to even allude to this death.

imagine all the male tears

(via aryakillerstark)

Album Art

Blinding | Florence + The Machine

No more dreaming like a girl
So in love with the wrong world

(via sansaofhousestark)

ArtistFlorence + The Machine
TitleBlinding
AlbumLungs

themindofshmell:

deathcomes4u:

themindofshmell:

My List of Epic Queens  (part 1/3)

Hatshepsut / Nefertiti/ Artemisia of Caria/ Cleopatra VII/ Livia Augusta/ Agrippina Minor/ Boudica

Because I felt this lovely post was missing some ladies

Cool but why are we only getting boob and lip shots and a hat shot. Seriously why can’t they just have faces.

Because I didn’t want to make a fancast  for these women. I wanted the post to focus on them, not the actresses I used, I wanted people to like it for Boudica, not Keira Knightley. It is their names and their deeds we need to remember, not their faces. The reason why  I mostly used the chest area was simply because I wanted the clothes and the jewels to be representative for their time period and culture, or, in Nefertiti’s case, for herself. I also really wanted to find a photo depicting Hatshepsut’s fake beard and one with Theodora’s headdress, but I couldn’t find any, so I had to settle with what I found. And a problem that appeared when I made this post was that there are no films/quality documentaries depicting Byzantine women, who were the first I made, and I used models from a D&G fashion show, so I had to crop the photos in order to avoid the heavy eye-shadow or cameras in the back, and this pretty much dictated the photoset style. Not to mention that finding approximately decent quality photos has been a bitch.