a wrinkle in time

Ask.   danielle. 18 years old. caffeinated flailing moonfaced feminist literature enthusiast. currently a first-year student at barnard college.
"Do I contradict myself? Very well, then, I contradict myself; I am large — I contain multitudes."
Walt Whitman, Leaves of Grass.  (via wordsnquotes)

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girlinatardis:

laughterkey:

buzzfeed:

queen-of-evrything:

jamieaiken919:

mister-smalls:

kingcheddarxvii:

This is the most perfect video on the whole fricked up internet and we all owe it to ourselves to watch it once a day

cutest thing to ever happen on the Muppet Show, bar none

I’m not crying you’re crying

SHUT UP

This just made my day

If Rowlf isn’t your favorite Muppet we need to talk.

^^^^^^^ He’s my favorite. And Ernie.

— 5 hours ago with 6768 notes

doctorscienceknowsfandom:

spookyhouse:

so my animation professor has worked on all of the major disney movies like lion king, little mermaid, aladdin, beauty and the beast etc.

and he was talking about the issues a lot of disney stories have and how the writers kinda just shrugged about them and hoped people wouldnt notice and PEOPLE DID

ACTUAL LITTLE KIDS

like he said one time when they were doing a panel a little girl asked why ariel couldn’t just WRITE ERIC A LETTER TELLING HIM IT WAS HER WHO SAVED HIM B/C SHE SIGNED URSULA’S CONTRACT WHICH MEANS SHE COULD WRITE and all of the animators n writers just skipped over her question

and another time they were questioned about princess and the frog and how charlotte coulda just helped tiana with her restaurant b/c she’s rich and they’re friends so yanno

but the writers just sorta laughed nervously

these stories make me laugh b/c so many people try and say dont pay attention to the issues some disney movies have b/c they’re for little kids and little kids can’t think critically > v >

  ahh yes good times

the writers kinda just shrugged about them and hoped people wouldnt notice

The Hollywood standard for storytelling: hope people aren’t paying attention to the story, distract them with loud noises and pretty things.

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— 8 hours ago with 9279 notes
#sighs  #frozen 

shesfiction:

inabasket:

cool it comes with a free refill 

HAHA

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"‘You don’t actually get over things… you incorporate them. They become part of everything you are. I don’t mean that you walk about crying all the time. But you change.’"
When You’re Falling, Dive: Lessons in the Art of Living, by Mark Matousek  (via moonsads)

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[T]he “confidence gap” is not a personal defect as much as it is a reflection of a culture that gives women no reason to feel self-assured.

In girlhood, starkly-divided toy aisles teach us that engineering, electronics and science toys are for boys, that the futures for which we should be preparing are those of the Barbie Dream House variety. Adolescent girls - especially girls of color - are given less teacher attention in the classroom than their male peers. A full 56% of female students report being sexually harassed. Sexual assault on college campuses is rampant and goes largely unpunished, women can barely walk down the street without fear of harassment, and we make up the majority of American adults in poverty.

The truth is, if you’re not insecure, you’re not paying attention. Women’s lack of confidence could actually just be a keen understanding of just how little American society values them.

"
From my first piece at the Guardian, The female ‘confidence gap’ is a sham (via jessicavalenti)
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levitating-fox:

Characters I can’t wait to see - Valka

"I bet you think you know a lot about dragons. Let me show you some of what you don’t know."

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— 23 hours ago with 624 notes
#dude she even looks like cate blanchett  #i'm ready  #khaleesi cate