artvevo:

i am so scared of the generation of young boys fed on a steady diet of violent internet porn growing up and becoming influential and prevalent

Words of wisdom from Amy Poehler

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mrgolightly:

So, I may be totally to completely verging on obsession, but whatever. Elaine Stritch’s account of her seventeen year old self having a date with Marlon Brando is seriously the best thing I’ve heard in quite some time. What a fucking legend.

Danielle Brooks & Samira Wiley on Celebrity Girl Crushes

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dailyholzer:

to volunteer is reactionary

I just sent my first real invoice #giddy

conradtao:

at one point elaine stritch described herself as “an existential problem in tights” and that is a life goal if there ever was one

More on why Grey’s Anatomy is an amazing, radical show:

  • Everyone is a sexual being regardless of age, race, gender, orientation, physical ability, or body size. And every pairing is a possibility and at this point is probably canon. 
  • It features actual, vocal discussions about domestic abuse, ptsd, discrimination, etc., discussions where characters call people out and learn and grow.
  • They actually fired the actor who plays a main character in the middle of a season for using hate speech on set.
  • The music is perfect. In season 10, a particularly nostalgic season, every episode ended with a weepy, dreamy cover of an 80s pop song.

Edit: ALSO, the moral of the entire show is basically love makes a family. You’ve got great adoptive parents and shitty biological ones and great friends and divorce and support systems and it’s just basically great.

Like remember when Callie, a not-thin (though still hot) latina woman was having casual sex with the hottest guy on the show while figuring out her feelings for an older woman? Remember that?