Wreck-Age

Wreck-Age

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justinripley:

"I would have loved a character like Rae on TV when I was growing up. Someone who doesn’t fit in a box, yet has friends who like her for her. Yes, she’s funny, but she’s also very smart and quick. And she struggles, but she shows us that it’s OK to struggle. I don’t think in 25 years I have seen someone on telly go, ‘You know what? It’s OK not to be OK all the time’. It shows you don’t have to live your life a certain way or look a certain way to have a great life."

Sharon Rooney by David Vintiner for The Independent Magazine

(via russiancohle)

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thequeenandthephoenix:

kiichu:

shawtyimmaonlytellyouthisonce:

so i went on the american apparel site today

looking at the socks

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for reference

here’s one of the pictures for men’s socks

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seriously i’m not one to complain about sexism much but i just looked on this site and??

headwear

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what

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THE FUCK IS THIS???

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????????

also BAGS AND WALLEtS???

male:

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female:

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????????????????????? I DON’T FUCKING GET IT????

"gendered marketing doesn’t exist!! shut up femenazi"

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VANDA: What age are you living in? He brings her into this, and SHE’S the one who gets to look bad, she’s the villain.

THOMAS: There are no villains in this piece. It’s a plea for people to understand that. Understand there’s something out there more powerful than we are, and it can run us or it can ruin us. This is a chemical reaction. Two people meet and ignite each other. Look, I wrote this. I’ve been studying this. I should think I know what my own play’s about. It’s not making some general statement about men or women.

VANDA: Sex, class, gender, pal.

Venus in Fur, David Ives (via matildaimperatrix)