spacejam:

I fucking hate Effy

DONUTS, EFFY DOESN’T DESERVE YOU

I haven’t seen the Effy seasons of Skins, but I feel like this tells me all I need to know about her.

(Source: elizabthstonem)

thedissolve:


The implication is quite clear that the hyper-masculine Riddick was too much for even a professed lesbian [Katee Sackhoff’s Dahl] to resist, thereby validating one of the most egregious and stereotypical “straight-guy” fantasies, and treating her character with profound misogyny in the process.

This week, GLADD released its Studio Responsibility Index, which looks at the quantity and quality of LGBT representation in mainstream Hollywood films. Noel Murray breaks down the study’s bullet points in this week’s Charts & Graphs; you can read the entire report on GLAAD’s website.

"One of the more interesting drill-down stats in GLAAD’s survey is that 42% of the comedies that GLAAD counted were inclusive, versus 9% of genre films and 18% of dramas. This is where a study like this is most valuable, revealing that Hollywood is still most comfortable with LGBT characters in the context of making jokes, not in telling stories that are dramatic, exciting, or true."

thedissolve:

The implication is quite clear that the hyper-masculine Riddick was too much for even a professed lesbian [Katee Sackhoff’s Dahl] to resist, thereby validating one of the most egregious and stereotypical “straight-guy” fantasies, and treating her character with profound misogyny in the process.

This week, GLADD released its Studio Responsibility Index, which looks at the quantity and quality of LGBT representation in mainstream Hollywood films. Noel Murray breaks down the study’s bullet points in this week’s Charts & Graphs; you can read the entire report on GLAAD’s website.

"One of the more interesting drill-down stats in GLAAD’s survey is that 42% of the comedies that GLAAD counted were inclusive, versus 9% of genre films and 18% of dramas. This is where a study like this is most valuable, revealing that Hollywood is still most comfortable with LGBT characters in the context of making jokes, not in telling stories that are dramatic, exciting, or true."

tricksterity:

the worst things to ever happen to fashion:

  • fake pockets
  • making every single shirt see through
  • seriously why does it have to be see through
  • what is the freaking point i just have to wear another tank top or cami underneath it
  • it literally defeats the purpose of being a shirt
  • and every single shirt is see through these days this annoys me more than fake pockets and trust me that is an issue

See through shirts are so confusing. HOW DO I WEAR THIS?

iamlittlei:

frankyouforthevenom:

haenuli:

Haenuli - Ball of Starlight

reservation belows - http://haenulishop.livejournal.com/10634.html

Gaaaaaasp

mb24jg
, you would look spectacular in this

Soooo pretty.

Alison Hendrix + Alison-isms

Alison Hendrix, criminal mastermind. My favorite.

(Source: ivashhkovs)

46. Begin Again (John Carney, 2014)
Charming. I’ve listened to the soundtrack a bunch of times since watching this.

46. Begin Again (John Carney, 2014)

Charming. I’ve listened to the soundtrack a bunch of times since watching this.

Uzo Aduba’s reaction to winning the Critics’ Choice Award for ‘Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series”

Yay! I hope she wins the Emmy.

(Source: lisaedelstein)

ladypoints:

alexandra-ewing:

#we should all be yelling always #if men are controlling our stories they will never be told right

Lindsay's nailing it tonight.

YES. (Also, what is this from/who is this female director?!)

Catherine Hardwicke, I think.

(Source: tarntino)

45. As Tears Go By (Wong Kar-wai, 1988)

45. As Tears Go By (Wong Kar-wai, 1988)

44. Life Itself (Steve James, 2014)
I started crying within the first minute of this. Touching and funny.

44. Life Itself (Steve James, 2014)

I started crying within the first minute of this. Touching and funny.

43. Transformers: Age of Extinction (Michael Bay, 2014)
I earned some girlfriend points for this.

43. Transformers: Age of Extinction (Michael Bay, 2014)

I earned some girlfriend points for this.

42. The Thin Blue Line (Errol Morris, 1988)
This blew me away. I wasn’t expect it to have such an impact, since it’s been so widely imitated and the techniques it pioneered have become standard. Despite the imitation, the original still packs a punch. It’s so good!

42. The Thin Blue Line (Errol Morris, 1988)

This blew me away. I wasn’t expect it to have such an impact, since it’s been so widely imitated and the techniques it pioneered have become standard. Despite the imitation, the original still packs a punch. It’s so good!