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“When her kiss transforms the Beast, she is furious.

"You should have warned me! Here I was smitten by an exceptional being, and all of a sudden, my fiance becomes an ordinary distinguished young man!"” — the 1909 play Beauty and the Beast:  Fantasy in Two Acts by Fernand Noziere, the very first published version of the story where the Beauty is disappointed when the Beast transforms into a human at the end. (via okayophelia)



“Pussy put his ass to sleep, now he callin’ me NyQuil” — William Shakespeare 



boy band vs girl band



boo-tyluvr:

If a guy calls you princess in a condescending manner assert your newly appointed royal status and have him beheaded.



I’m having a day.



oyuvou:

also as a guy even if ur behaviour is not misogynistic ur silence is. if ur guy friends are treating women badly saying misogynistic things n being general shits and u say nothing n don’t call them out of it then u are JUST as bad. I’ve met a few guys i wouldn’t call misogynistic but they associate w men who are disgusting n don’t call them out n so to me they are just as bad. if u are not making ur spaces feminist n safe 4 women then u are anti-women.



galadrielles:

Christine Baranski attends the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on August 25, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.

galadrielles:

Christine Baranski attends the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards held at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on August 25, 2014 in Los Angeles, California.



“Are you well? Are you in the sun? Oh, and Orlando. I forgot about him. You absolutely terrified me by your remarks. ‘Do I exist or have you made me up?’ I always foresaw that, when you had killed Orlando off. Well, I’ll tell you one thing: if you like, - no, love, - me one trifle less now that Orlando is dead, you shall never set eyes on me again, except by chance at one of Sybil [Colefax’s] parties. I won’t be fictitious. I won’t be loved solely in an astral body, or in Virginia’s world. So write quickly and say I’m still real. I feel terribly real just now, - like cockles and mussels, all alive-oh.” — Vita Sackville-West, in a letter to Virginia Woolf (who had recently finished writing her gender-bending novel Orlando), dated 3 March 1928