Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band at Giants Stadium, 2003 

    (Source: brucespringsteenfuckyeah)

  1. phobias:

    "how are you single?"

    image

    (via ruinedchildhood)

    ostolero:

    torridgristle:

    YOU FUCKERS I WIN.

    I WIN.

    I FUCKING DID IT.

    FUCK EVERYONE WHO DIDN’T BELIEVE IN ME.

    HERE’S THE FUCKING SOURCE.

    believe in torridgristle

    (Source: ecstasybread, via sparklysloth)

    mymodernmet:

    Banye, an adorable 11-year-old British Shorthair who lives in Shanghai with his owner winnnie,  looks perpetually surprised thanks to a patch of dark fur strategically grown beneath his mouth.

    (via hyperbolic-rhyme-chamber)

  2. e-brat:

    'I wish I’d pushed them off the stage': Model furious after topless protesters 'ruin' Paris fashion show

    The biggest shock of Paris’s spring-summer 2014 fashion shows came on the otherwise calm and gentle Nina Ricci catwalk, when two topless activists from protest group Femen crashed the podium.

    Grabbing a startled model making her way down the catwalk, they screamed “fashion fascism,” with words decrying the sexualization of the modeling industry written in make-up. One had “Fashion dictaterror” scrawled on her naked torso, the other “Model don’t go to brothel.”

    One British model, Liverpool-born Hollie-May Saker, was caught in the middle, with the protesters brushing against her lamé-and-lace skirt.

    “The next thing I just see half-naked women with black marker pen scrawled across their bare chests and that’s when she came at me….As she grabbed my arm she lifted my skirt exposing me – I pulled my arm back with such force that I landed a punch square on her nose,” Saker told the Echo. (Photo: AP Photo/Jacques Brinon)

    So, to fight back against the sexualization of the modeling industry, these women assaulted a model and forcibly exposed her?

    Protip: You’re not fighting a patriarchal system by assaulting women and exposing them against their will.

    I have literally never heard of a positive thing done by Femen.  Seriously.  They need to stop.  First the blatant Islamophobia, and now this?  Really?

    If your idea of feminism includes racist bullshit and attacking women who don’t conform to your exact image of a feminist, guess what?  You’re a complete asshole and you’re misrepresenting feminism as a whole.

    I *hate* Femen. Literally they are the reason feminism is viewed in a bad light. They’re the West Borough Baptist of feminism and I can’t stand it.

    Ugh ugh ugh ugh. The fashion industry is absolutely plagued with shit  but the models themselves are not the problem.  Those women are professionals just trying to do their jobs.  Jobs that they are often (shockingly) underpaid and under-protected for.  The last thing they need to worry about are women seemingly ‘supporting’ them against sexualization by physically exposing them.  Not only that, but Nina Ricci is hardly a designer who is exploiting women’s sexuality.  Your idea of feminism is detracting from a woman’s art and livelihood by showboating?  Femen can just go away.

    Women attacking women for the sake of women.

    Well done.

    Not.

    they did it because they’re leader (a man) told them to which makes it even worse.

    F U C K  F E M E N

    (Source: nationalpost, via princess-spoopy)

  3. Get Away - Chvrches


    jordan-loves-pizza:

    NEW CHVRCHES SONG - Get Away

    (via mistakepageant)

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  5. torridgristle:

    A transparent little grey cat.

    (via princess-spoopy)

    superwhohannilockpotter:

    I will never not reblog this gif set whenever it comes across my dash.

    (Source: seawolph, via hairspray-queen)

  6. opferziege:

    foxmccloud:

    snepwig:

    dirkbot:

    If you notice me reblogging

    • a repost
    • stolen art
    • false information
    • etc.

    please let me know, you’re not rude or annoying and I actually do give a fuck and I will correct my mistake, thank you

    Also, if you notice me reblogging things from

    • anti-sj blogs
    • TERFs or SWERFs
    • anti-feminist/MRAs
    • other shitty people

    please give me a heads up. I’ll never get angry at you for letting me know and I’ll actually be really glad that you kept me from giving some awful person more visibility.

    maybe i just need to sound off here but posts in this vein of “if i do a bad thing please tell me” really bother me because of how directly they feed into the tumblr dynamics of guilt by association and guilt by rumor. clearly i don’t want to deal with people who are going to steal art, spew shit about trans women and the like but the parameters of what constitutes a “shitty person” seem purposefully vague here and a very easy way to criticize anyone you dislike based on disagreement. when i get an anonymous message saying someone might have said something problematic in the past and i therefore shouldn’t have reblogged their 10,000 note post, how am i supposed to respond? if i apologize and delete it, i make an assumption with no evidence, and if i ignore it, i ignore what could have been very legitimate concerns and alienated one of my followers. and ultimately im given an ultimatum, told to take a side in a fight i may know absolutely nothing about, and the moment i take issue with this im very likely to just have my concerns waved away by truisms like “neutrality is siding with the enemy” even if my position isn’t neutral as opposed to completely uninvolved and unaware of the situation. and quite frankly i don’t think anyone here is naive to think that people on this site won’t accuse one another of being “toxic” and “shitty people” on the flimsiest of evidence, for the sake of political arguments they’re still trying to win. accountability on this basis is always going to be precarious and prone to extremism. 

    if i reblog a post made by someone you really deeply dislike and it bothers you, send me a message and tell me why. i want people to be comfortable here and to me the best way to do that is by inviting criticism and input from people, and trying to make a safe environment on my tiny corner of the internet for everyone, especially the people who need it most. but i really want to draw a line on “please call me out” because that lends power to an enormously vague and ever shifting set of guidelines i know im probably never going to fully comprehend, and i’d rather be engaged on a case by case basis then invite myself to judgement by everyone who happens to read my blog. 

    oh this is fair and true

    (via gaythan)

    combeferret:

    yo but this says so much about rape when a woman would literally rather be around a murderer than a rapist

    (Source: wesleyaccola, via ruinedchildhood)

  7. bitchussy:

    halloween omg no this is beautiful 

    (Source: chelsahhdelic, via hairspray-queen)

    bingedrunk:

    when straight people talk to gays

    (Source: versaceslut, via ruinedchildhood)