For the first time in a generation, it is not religion, nor the adventures of a...– “Yearning for Respect, Arabs Find a Voice,” The New York Times (via inothernews)
My classes are truly wonderful
Jane Austen The Gothic Math and Politics Renaissance England Medieval Sampler
"To Quench Your Thirst, Reach for Tea Instead of... →
.: Everytime you say "real women have curves," I... →
moltdance: Real women are tall. Real women are short. They’re wide. Gaunt. Their bones can stick out of their collarbones, or be disguised by curves or fat. There are real women with breasts and real women with flat chests. There are real women who have had to have their breasts or ovaries removed, and…
It was then that Richard began to laugh; he couldn’t help himself. There...– Neil Gaiman, Neverwhere
Zoe: Preacher, don't the Bible have some pretty specific things to say about killin'?
Book: Quite specific. It is, however, somewhat fuzzier on the subject of kneecaps.
Tunisia launched a coup against its "democratic"...
making it the first successful internet revolution. Unfortunately, this means that there is probably not a united opposition faction that can now step in to fill the power vacuum, but if elections go off smoothly in six months, this will have been another example of the seriously cool things the internet can do.
And Free Man of Color closed two days ago
So, now that’s three shows I was dying to see. Again, WHY?
Sometimes people are beautiful. Not in looks. Not in what they say. Just in...– Markus Zusak, I Am the Messenger
Reblog if your mom is beautiful.
She doesn’t think so, but I and all my friends agree she is an utterly lovely person in every possible way. I am so grateful to her.
I do so love it when books make me cry. I just blazed through Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins, and there were more than a few moments when my eyes got very wet.
Merchant of Venice is sold out in January, and...
I planned how I would kill myself in the time of Churchill (stand under bombs),...– Chris Cleave, Little Bee
May your coming year be filled with magic and dreams and good madness. I hope...– Neil Gaiman (via wordpainting)