literallyrad:

ukej:

need i say more

#also how cheerleaders are seemed ‘gay’ and football isn’t when cheerleading would be hanging around tons of girls in short skirts and lifting them but football is tackling a bunch of guys in tight pants, #gender roles confuse me

(184600) /14 Sep 14/ ©ukej
I don’t really have a process. I’m very much an in-the-moment actress. I suppose I just kind of wing it because I feel that as long as I know my character, I should be able to be spontaneous on set.

@nickiminaj: The QUEEN, could never thank you enough.

(15013) /13 Sep 14/ ©serfborts

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elphabaoftheopera:

itsadonigma:

knickied:

candie-leonhart:

Tamera Mowry Responds to Critics of Her Interracial Marriage ( x )

YOOOOOOO that second insult though. SHIT

And here’s the thing that gets me, she ONLY speaks of love. She doesn’t insult black men, or speak of black men or white men as the alternative or better option, she speaks of love. 

That’s so sad, because it is love. Not an, “I don’t like black men because…”. 

Im crying

I’m almost crying over this. Tamera Mowry is a sweetheart. I had NO idea she was getting so much grief over this! It’s ridiculous! I just want to give her a hug right now. 

(287848) /2 Sep 14/ ©

iwantwhatheswearing:

aintgotnoladytronblues:

a lotta boys need to learn this lesson harder. listen to the man, dude.

This is how to be a male feminist - heck, this is how to be an ‘ally’ to any marginalised group - listen to the experiences of others and learn instead of talking over the top of us with your personal thoughts on issues which you will never face.

(39313) /21 Jun 14/ ©darrylayo

wendycorduroy:

Samira Wiley (x) and Danielle Brooks (x) on Instagram

In case you weren’t aware, these two have been best friends irl for 6 years and went to Julliard together.

(118697) /13 Jun 14/ ©spurlunk

interquast:

poussey is the hero we all deserve

(545) /10 Jun 14/ ©interquast

"Perfect first date? Umm… something involving food."

(3526) /6 Jun 14/ ©serfborts
Peggy Carter may not have any superpowers, but if you look at Captain America: The First Avenger, it’s as much of a heroic origin story for her as it is for Steve Rogers. In fact, in that regard it subverts one of the most overused tropes in the action movie genre: the fridged girlfriend. Instead of rescuing his love interest from a supervillain or having to avenge her death, Captain America’s motivation is tied up in the kidnap and eventual death of his friend Bucky. So while Peggy Carter is technically his love interest (or alternatively, Steve is hers), from a storytelling perspective she’s more like an authority figure than a traditional female romantic lead. And from the point of view of her life story, Steve Rogers himself is the “fridged girlfriend.” If you interpret the movie as Peggy’s origin story as a hero, Steve is the love interest who dies too young, inspiring for her to forge ahead with her life and become one of the founders of S.H.I.E.L.D., thus changing the Marvel universe forever. —More Than A Sidekick: Haley Atwell Says Her Character Deserves Her Own Story (via katibishop)
(20544) /19 May 14/ ©lizznotliz
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