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I'm a 19 year old design student from Dublin. I post in a very eclectic way (fandom shit to art to feminism). I changed accounts from podali because it got hacked, but I will try to post my art here too (#my art).
I am the absolute piss at tagging things

canadianslut:

*listens to an acoustic performance*

ohhh so that’s what they’re saying

slayboybunny:

A mystery we may never solve

slayboybunny:

A mystery we may never solve

yellowxperil:

yellow—ranger:

Defend teenage Asian girls from creepy white men at all costs

hell yeah. and support them when they defend themselves

“I was always in amateur dramatics and I did a lot of public speaking. So when I told my family I was going to be an actress…well it was like when your camp best friend tells you he’s gay and you’re trying really hard to look surprised. Even so, it was one of the worst years of my life. I was an Usher at ‘The Lion King’. I was an office temp – the epitome of spiritual bankruptcy – and even a cocktail waitress…sorry, a mixologist. I can still free-pour a double vodka.”

(Source: zaynner)

karavis:

frozen, a movie in which ANNA(RUTO) promises to bring ELSA(SUKE) back to the village?? i’m onto you, disney

sealcat:

To keep them safe, all of my copies of Pixar movies have been given to famous and powerful people. Obama has my copy of Finding Nemo. The Incredibles is at Lebron James’ home. I’m keeping Up with the Kardashians.

gabzilla-z:

Did Ridley Scott’s “Exodus” movie give the Sphinx a white/European makeover?

The backlash against Ridley Scott’s Exodus is gathering momentum. After Noah’s mixed reception earlier this year, more and more people are sick of seeing movies with “whitewashed” casts: White actors representing historical figures who almost certainly were not white.

The latest accusation of Exodus whitewashing relates to someone who technically isn’t even a character: the Sphinx.

The likeliest explanation is that the sculpture in this picture is not the Sphinx, but is in fact a statue of Ramses. This means that it would have been based on actor Joel Edgerton’s face. 

Unfortunately, this just makes the whitewashed casting even more blatant, because real statues of Ramses II simply do not look like that. So while Exodus may not have made a “white version” of the Sphinx, Egyptian culture is still being erased and rewritten to fit in with the film’s predominantly white cast of actors.

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(Source: hellotailor)

aureat:

can we all just have a minute of silence for all those good hair days no one important saw you

(Source: aureat)

jbrclothing:

Cool Do’s

I should try some of these just for fun with my curly hair. It would be hilarious

huskdawgzilla:

you’re hired

huskdawgzilla:

you’re hired

(Source: awwww-cute)