April 19th, 2014


Kristen Stewart gets it.

(Source: dailystews)



Swear to god, some guys are terrified that girls are faking common interests to impress them and act really hostile towards anyone they even SUSPECT of doing such a thing

but then they turn around and fake a whole friendship in the hopes of getting sex out of girls, and get mad at them when it doesn’t work

and they super do not see the irony in that


(via albinwonderland)


Pharrell on equality. We love this man.

Yeah, women should get paid the same because they have babies.


Don’t you get it? Are the lines blurred or something? Idiot.

(via loo-hoo-zuh-her)


Surprisingly, perfectionists are often procrastinators, as they can tend to think “I don’t have the right skills or resources to do this perfectly now, so I won’t do it at all.”

this is an important thing to remember.

(Source: myeyesarehazel, via aimlessscribbles)

April 18th, 2014
Simplicity is the keynote of all true elegance.
Coco Chanel (via observando)
April 17th, 2014
I posted this picture of me at a bookstore ages ago. Never thought it would ever be reblogged once! 


I posted this picture of me at a bookstore ages ago. Never thought it would ever be reblogged once! 

(Source: jessicaswinter, via thebookishlywhore)

a series of stupidly gorgeous collections
paolo sebastian a/w 2014 bridal collection [+ details]

(via unmitigated-disaster)

It seems to me that making a false accusation of rape is considered far, far worse than committing an actual rape. I don’t just mean this in terms of the impact on the victim, but in terms of how people view the motivations and culpability of the guilty party. Rape is still considered an opportunistic crime, something that can happen almost by accident when a woman happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time. That rape culture exists – and that rapists spend years absorbing the idea that they are entitled to rape – is something a great many people still refuse to accept. By contrast, making false accusations is invariably presented as calculated and malicious. It’s something a false accuser could control, if she really wanted to. Unlike the rapist, the false accuser is not destined to commit a crime; she must have been enabled by a legal system which allowed her to get away with it (usually by granting anonymity). And so it is suggested by the likes of Hodges that we can’t stop rape – sorry, potential victims! – but that we can work on stamping out false accusations. We can’t control the impulsive, violent behaviour of (mostly) men but we can control the malicious behaviour of (mostly) women. Funny, that.