1. I would prefer the movie in which Judy Greer is the recurrent bridesmaid, however, because she would not take the crap Jane puts up with.
  2. Reblogged from: ladiesagainsthumanity
  3. that’s the problem: A generation of romantic comedies rewarding men for diligently pursuing a woman until she caves has normalized a behavior that has direct and unwelcome corollaries in real life. In an era when we’re having open conversations about representation and sensitivity in comedy, the shtick of a guy who won’t take no for an answer has lost any charm it once held. It’s become either a romantic signpost to set up a long-term romantic dynamic (which it shouldn’t), or it’s shorthand to denote a clueless creep while rarely taking him to task for it.
  4. awritersruminations:

    Nobody’s going to save you.
    No one’s going to cut you down,
    cut the thorns around you.
    No one’s going to storm
    the castle walls nor
    kiss awake your birth,
    climb down your hair,
    nor mount you
    on the white steed.

    There is no one who
    will feed the yearning.
    Face it. You will have
    to do, do it yourself.

    —Gloria Anzaldúa, “Letting Go”

    Reblogged from: awritersruminations
  5. Remaking journalism in its own image, only with better hair and tighter clothes, is not a revolution, or even an evolution. It is a repackaging of the status quo with a very nice clubhouse attached. A revolution calls for a regime change of more significant depth.
  6. Reblogged from: lauriehalseanderson
  7. picadorbookroom:

[via: Book Riot]
    Reblogged from: picadorbookroom
  8. mattbors:

Pope Francis Of The Year

yup.
    Reblogged from: mattbors
  9. x

    Reblogged from: ashleyeleigh
  10. gemmacorrell:

It’s that time of year again …

    gemmacorrell:

    It’s that time of year again …

    Reblogged from: gemmacorrell
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