The Fickle Finger of Fate

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Random thoughts about life, the arts, music, theatre, film, words in pages and fangirling. I am a TV addict. I <3 Michael Weatherly and Cote De Pablo.

The very BEST of George Harrison in ‘A Hard Day’s Night’, 1964.

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btvs appreciation week • day three - most heartbreaking or and happy moment

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'Cause I'm only human

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Tony & Ziva AU →  In which Ziva treats her husband after a long and hard day at work.

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Yes I support gay rights.

Yes I would care if you died.

No I’m not going to reblog that post.

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You cannot expect a person to keep things bottled up inside forever, can you?

- 9x18 “The Tell”

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"I twittered about this earlier, but sometimes it feels as though talking about misogyny in this industry is like dealing with Groundhog Day: there seems to be a continuous reset, a collective male amnesia around the issue. As if, when a woman speaks out, it’s for the first time and everyone is shocked. Just shocked, I tell you. Sexism exists? OH MY GOD."

Veteran writer Marjorie Liu on sexual harassment/misogny in the comics industry—and the collective amnesia that hits much of the industry every time the topic ever gets broached. (via robot6)

And they act like it must be an isolated case because they’ve never heard about it before (despite that women are constantly writing and talking about it) and therefore it doesn’t need to be addressed.  Part of the amnesia is that if you dismiss every instance or discussion about it as “an isolated incident” or “just some bad seeds”, then in your mind, there will never be a problem that has to be addressed.

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There are no Jack Kerouacs or Holden Caulfields for girls. Literary girls don’t take road-trips to find themselves; they take trips to find men.

"Great" books, as defined by the Western canon, didn’t contain female protagonists I could admire. In fact, they barely contained female protagonists at all.

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