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me-inpassing:

Every day at college…

me-inpassing:

Every day at college…

picadorbookroom:

Oh, Ryan. You’re the best.[via: The Regulator Bookshop]

picadorbookroom:

Oh, Ryan. You’re the best.

[via: The Regulator Bookshop]

booklikes:

Books are maps of our souls.

booklikes:

Books are maps of our souls.

gninja12:

sweaterkittensahoy:

djlegz:

I don’t like sports, but the Bearcats are my new favorite team.

I love how it gets more elaborate each time. These boys are thinking this through.

This is my favorite post of all time

jennyowenyoungs:

que romantica

jennyowenyoungs:

que romantica

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ptxblog:

Backstage at The GRAMMYs (x)

Fabulous, in the purest sense.

ptxblog:

Backstage at The GRAMMYs (x)

Fabulous, in the purest sense.

Above is an excerpt from ‘Personhood’ by Lauren Zuniga, which can  be viewed here

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I was asked in an interview once: You’re writing another book with a female lead? Aren’t you afraid you’re going to be pigeonholed? And I thought, I write a team superhero book, an uplifting solo hero book, I write a horror-western, and I write a ghost story. What am I gonna be pigeonholed as?

Has a man in the history of men ever been asked if he was going to be pigeonholed because he wrote two consecutive books with male leads? Half of the population is women. I lose my temper here. And it’s certainly not at you. It’s just this pervasive notion that “white male” is the default. And you have to justify any variation from it.

Kelly-Sue stating the fucking obvious to anyone who actually pays attention and being no less inspiring for it. Hero. (via kierongillen)

I am so lucky to count Kelly Sue as one of my dearest friends. She’s amazing.

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This is my exact problem with the liberal discourse. We don’t even realize that we think of white males as the default.