sealfie:

smile-tohidethe-tears:

herekumsfaberrittana:

Disliking someone who is black does not make you racist

Disliking someone because they are black makes you racist

Disliking someone who is gay does not make you homophobic

Disliking someone because they are gay makes you homophobic

Disliking someone who is a woman does not make you sexist

Disliking someone because they are a woman makes you sexist

EVERYONE NEEDS TO SEE THIS

!!!!!!!!

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Uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

buzzfeed:

mississippiabigail:

how i communicate

Ah, yes, the song of my people.

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dandelion-fireworks:

no1twerkslikegaston:

fan-troll:

picture-of-sophisticated-grace:

"She gets sexed up"

"It’s inappropriate."

"A terrible example for young girls."

"Does being yourself mean wear swanky clothing and wear a lot of makeup?"

Yes, actually it can.

I hate when people say this about Elsa. I HATE IT.

First I would like to mention that when people say “be yourself” some people don’t really mean. What they mean is don’t try to hard, don’t put too much makeup, don’t wear clothes that are too tight or comfy, stay comfortable. And for some people, that is not themselves.

Some people like to put on a lot of makeup.

Some people like wearing revealing clothing.

Some people like to look rebellious.

You can’t hold that against them.

AND ITS THE SAME THING FOR ELSA.

All her life, she was told to be this quiet, poised, conservative girl. A girl who wears long dresses, capes. A girl who doesn’t talk back, doesn’t act up. She was trapped. She was trapped in a little box full of responsibilities.

And now she’s LETTING GO.

Did you even listen to the freaking song?

She’s becoming what she wants to be. She’s letting go of the past and heading straight into the future. And no one affects what she looks like. There is no boy she wants to impress. No townspeople. No parents. 

She’s doing all of this for herself.

And I don’t know about you, but I think that this is a great example to set for little girls, afraid to be themselves.

DONT YOU DARE SHOW THAT COLLARBONE YOU HARLOT

"her dress is slit high"

dude, it’s like right above knee level. relax. we’re not amish. 

Another thing that I’ve heard mentioned is that Elsa wore excess clothing (gloves in particular) in order to create a barrier between herself and other people. I mean if she can wear cloth that thin and expose that much skin to freezing temperatures and below, coats and layers were never really a requirement for her. She just wore them anyway because that’s what you’re supposed to do when it’s cold out. This also represented her fear and anxiety over her powers, and in this scene she ceases to have that fear for the first time since she was a small child.

Showing more skin is symbolic of a true departure from the anxiety ridden way that she had lived before, avoiding letting her skin come into contact with much of anything, if at all possible… but her anxiety isn’t really removed from her. It’s just quelled for the time being because her intention is to isolate herself in this castle and never come into contact with anyone. The instant other people are involved, the anxiety comes back, and especially now that everyone knows exactly what she has to be anxious over, and so many people are eager to hold it against her.

Her intention to isolate herself means that her dress here is literally never meant to be seen by anyone else. She was pretty before, but now she is pretty in a way that satisfies her above all else.

Also, she’s in her 20s, don’t get offended when she dresses and acts like it.

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swannsavior:

Whoever runs the Taco Bell twitter is pretty cool.

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beyoncescock:

seven billion people on this planet and i have 2 friends

(via drink-your-soda)



howlnatural:

Anyone who makes fun of fanfiction has never read really good fanfiction.

(via drink-your-soda)


tom-sits-like-a-whore:

disneybombshell:

ifeelcapretty:

The American collegiate system in one gif set

it hurts

the saddest part is that this isn’t even really a joke

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