arianne martell game of thrones
the irony of erasing arianne with trystane is literally oustanding
like. there’s an impressive amount of ridiculousness in that choice.
'you will not rob my of my birthright, you little shit' - arianne martell, like every chapter
game of thrones arianne martell
"Trystane Martell is Prince Doran’s son and heir to Dorne."
oh my God they cut Arianne
These people are suicidal
We all are.
I’m more ready for Amber’s album which will hopefully drop in the next five years…
Maybe a duet with Adele could be in the works?
Oh yes I’d be ready for that! Praise!!
(Source: amberrileynews)amber riley
my jaw is on the floor HE SEEMS TO HAVE A THING FOR TALL WOMEN HE HAS DATED 2 OF US NOW I WILL BE THE THIRD AND FINAL!!!!! She got that hiddles rod. mad respect gwen mad fucking respect that + being my height role model = i fucks with you hardcore tom hiddleston gwendoline christie their combined height is like the eiffel tower or some shit height
the best thing abt tom hiddleston is that he used to date gwen christie and they were both hot messes tbh
its 2014 where have u ppl been? this is old news why does this have that many notes? i hate all of u
I don’t believe in magic, a lot of superstitious hocus pocus. I’m going after a find of incredible historical significance, you’re talking about the boogie man.
(Source: guylawrence)indiana jones
I hate ppl that let gender roles describe their gender. cis or not trans Gender Roles bc then they ALWAYS force those gender roles upon others instead of staying their lane
Your lack of shaving DOES NOT make you anything except unshaven.
You do not look like a boy. There is no way to look like a boy when you are not. Men look like men because they know they’re men and it’s visible.
You are beautiful.
This is important.
It’s like Cara once said to me: “You don’t look cis, but you look like a woman to anyone who’s not an ass.”
Anyone who wants to see you will see you. This is something I’ve learned. And if someone deliberately refuses to see you, and instead only sees their preconceptions, that’s their fault, not yours.
additional emphasis mine.
of special importance regarding trans folks.
Yeon Woo Jhi
OH MY WORD!
(Source: fitgrills)woc damn
"I don’t think that my work is actually effectively dealing with history. I think of my work as subsumed by history or consumed by history." —Kara Walker
New episode from Art21’s Exclusive series: An in-depth look at the creation of Kara Walker’s monumental public project for Creative Time, A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby (2014), at the Domino Sugar Factory in Brooklyn, NY.
IMAGES: Production stills from the Art21 Exclusive episode, Kara Walker: “A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby”. © Art21, Inc. 2014.
She is right.
I went to see this and wasn’t prepared for the amount of random inexplicable whiteness in the crowd. Here I am thinking only black folks concerned with this will be viewing this and it was a whooooooole lot of white folks. It only made me uncomfortable because I couldn’t figure out what would make them want to view it, what led them to it, and for that reason, I was positive the message would be but a whisper to them. Something they couldn’t understand at all.
Now I’m not sure what reaction she expected/wanted, but walking through the empty, haunting venue, I was annoyed that I couldn’t separate my viewing pleasure from the consuming white gaze. It was everywhere. I could barely take in the pieces of work because I was surrounded by jeering white people. Watching them consume these little black bodies and feel nothing like the sorrow that took me instantly. And then they were walking through the puddles of liquid sugar that was part of the art. Letting their children touch it. But in a way they became part of the artwork. It was like a presentation on the white gaze and their consumption of PoC.
Anywho, that shit was hard for me. I’m telling you old white couples stood by the grand ass of the mammy sphinx and smiles arm-in-arm for photos. SMILED. Hee-haw, a big ol’ butt y’all. Like the irony hurt. It hurt. Probably don’t even know what a mammy is. So yeah, the work isn’t critical of history is a sense that these oblivious people learn something. It’s kind of a product of history, or an example.