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zkac:

  • just because
  • i disagree with you
  • does not mean
  • i am not your friend

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miss-love:

rubee:

ilovemaydayparade69:

rubee:

"why dont you just give him a chance"

idk because im not physically or mentally attracted to him and ‘but he likes you’ or ‘but hes really nice’ isnt going to change the fact that im not interested

Damn, I don’t think women know how much that really hurts

you know what else hurts?????????? getting abused for being a ‘bad person’ because you didnt want to date somebody that you werent interested in

^^^^^^^^^^

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P R I D E

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m4l3f1c3n7:

Maleficent- Paris France Press Conference  - Angelina Jolie & Elle Fanning

lilriceninja:

Maleficent

lilriceninja:

Maleficent

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ambrena:

"We were very conscious, the writer and I, that [the scene in question] was a metaphor for rape," Jolie said. "The core of ["Maleficent"] is abuse, and how the abused have a choice of abusing others or overcoming and remaining loving, open people. […] The question was asked, ‘What could make a woman become so dark?" 
Angelina Jolie to the BBC radio
'It might seem odd that, as our own Lindy West put it, a PG-rated Disney movie would be about how a man roofies a fairy and violently takes her “wings” while she's unconscious. But the truth is that Sleeping Beauty has always been about rape. The various European legends that the fairy-tale is based on all involve a man raping an unconscious woman. Even the 1959 Disney version, the unconscious princess, deep inside a bramble-covered fortress, is “awakened” by a sword-wielding prince who pushes through the black (pubic hair-esque?) branches and enters her soft pink chamber. You don't have to reach very far for rape metaphors'
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ambrena:

"We were very conscious, the writer and I, that [the scene in question] was a metaphor for rape," Jolie said. "The core of ["Maleficent"] is abuse, and how the abused have a choice of abusing others or overcoming and remaining loving, open people. […] The question was asked, ‘What could make a woman become so dark?"

Angelina Jolie to the BBC radio

'It might seem odd that, as our own Lindy West put it, a PG-rated Disney movie would be about how a man roofies a fairy and violently takes her “wings” while she's unconscious. But the truth is that Sleeping Beauty has always been about rape. The various European legends that the fairy-tale is based on all involve a man raping an unconscious woman. Even the 1959 Disney version, the unconscious princess, deep inside a bramble-covered fortress, is “awakened” by a sword-wielding prince who pushes through the black (pubic hair-esque?) branches and enters her soft pink chamber. You don't have to reach very far for rape metaphors'

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idreamofaworldofcouture:

Maleficent Illustrations by Gabriel Picolo

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browngirlinterrupted:

don’t check up on people who have decided you are not in their picture anymore. you don’t need to know how they’re doing. save yourself the trouble, seriously.

That’s exactly what I’m doing

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heechul please ヾ(×× ) ツ

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squiglets:

this is the best moment for snoop dogg’s career 

squiglets:

this is the best moment for snoop dogg’s career 

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yelloweyedcrowley:

things that totally 100% happened in s9 → 23/23

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