Justin Timberlake for GQ Men of the Year 2013
Behind the scenes - Vanity Fair Cover shoot
I just started this and then I couldn’t stop and I don’t even know what this is about and it’s way too long and yeah i don’t know, but I’m going to post it anway because of reasons goodbye
I am disappointed that this hasn’t more notes!
So I told my mom that I was asexual, and she didn’t believe me. She told me I had a hormone problem, and took me to get checked for tumors.
Please reblog this if you are asexual, or believe that it is possible for one person to not feel sexual attraction to either gender.
(I kinda wanna show her up)
kit harington & emilia clarke | vanity fair, april 2014 (x)
Repeat after me
There is nothing wrong with writing Sherlock Meta about Johnlock
Stop dubbing people as “crazy delusional shippers” when clearly they’re just analysing a programme the way they want to, with evidence that they see. It doesn’t matter if you don’t agree, or if you don’t see it.
You have absolutely no right to insult this people and make them feel bad about doing something 100% harmless that they enjoy.
Gender-bent Disney princes make meaningful point about the fluidity of gender
To combat the strict stereotypes that Disney princes and princesses represent, some geniuses at Imgur have started swapping the genders of Disney characters. Genderbent Disney shows that Disney clearly gets a little lazy when it comes to reusing their character molds, making it surprisingly easy to look more feminine. To make a male character look more classically feminine, for example, all you need to do is round the chin, soften the jaw and make the nose a little slimmer.
But with the simplicity of these alterations — a few millimeters of nose, a different hairstyle — Disney accidentally makes a meaningful point about the fluidity of gender expression.
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f- *looks around* fuck the..*sweats profusely* fuck the..the..the police *SWAT team surrounds and invades my house* sorry SORRY