THEME BY MARAUDERSMAPS
Vikki/21/England.
My blog is usually just a mess of many different tv shows and then a bit of formula 1 thrown in for good measure...
"There’s this part in Buffy The Vampire Slayer (the movie, not the TV series) where Buffy is slow-dancing with Luke Perry, and he whispers into her ear ‘You’re not like other girls.’ And Buffy replies ‘Yes I am.’…This is the part I really love about this line, her total rejection of his need to make her unique and therefore worthy of his intense furrowed-brow masculine gaze."

Anna Leventhal (Other Girls)

This was kept up in the series as well. Men would tell Buffy she was different from other girls, better, stronger, more important. She always rejected it, she connected with all kinds of women and encouraged their strengths. The show even ended with Buffy and Faith literally sharing the power that so many told them made them “better” with thousands of girls of all shapes, sizes, colors, nationalities, orientations, classes, and ages across the globe.

(via hogwartsisbiggerontheinside)

bisexualclara:

theladyserket:

today is bisexual awareness day. be aware of bisexuals. they are out there, and they are dangerous.

#*comes out of the shadows rhythmically snapping*

comic-chick:

hipnerd:

This is the same man.

I think about this a lot.

pearlsandink:

Men’s Rights Activists.

silentpunk:

This was a golden age