— me before becoming shipper trash (via 50shadesofsexyereri)
- questions to ask on a first date: what do you think the A in LGBTQA stands for?
One thing I love about In The Flesh, or most british/european TV shows in general as opposed to american shows, is that it’s not all perfectly high gloss. They live in normal houses and wear normal clothes. Not every single person on screen is super beautiful and sexy and dressed to the nines all day even though they’re just chilling on the couch.
Kieren’s parents look like parents. They aren’t some supermodel version of your mum and dad. Sue wears horrible mum clothes and no makeup. Steven has his grannish jeans.
Basically everyone in Roarton wears the most hideous clothes ever but that’s how people from a small village look like.
Simon is the sexy mysterious love interest but he doesn’t look like an Abercrombie model.
It’s more real, more tangible. It’s closer to what you actually see in your everyday life. They don’t sell you some idealised version of your life just one slightly more adventurous.
- offers other person the second twix at a bus stop au
- share an umbrella in a hail storm au
- car broke down at same shitty restaurant in the middle of nowhere au
- caR BROKE DOWN AND HOT LOCAL FIXES IT AU
- 'why does my shitty neighbour keeps using my wifi' 'then you shouldntve made the password a dumb lord of the rings reference' au
- lost cat au
- tech support au
- only ones at demonstration au
Feminist Theory would not exist had it not been for radical Black women (particularly Black Lesbians). Audre Lorde, bell hooks, Angela Davis, Barbara Smith, Kimberle Crenshaw, Flo Kennedy, Alice Walker, Patricia Hill Collins, Dorothy Roberts, Shirley Chisholm, etc. Never fucking forget that.