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Today, I read an article about a woman with HIV who was raped. The man that attacked her is now HIV positive. All of the commentary surround this was about how she should have told him she was HIV+ and that women with HIV should have a badge or special underwear so that this doesn’t happen to another man. It is 12:12am and I am already done with the world. 

That is rape culture


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Behind the scenes of the 4 Clone dance scene in Orphan Black 2x10 [x]

"Like any actor who understands the physicality of their character. And dance for me has always been the thing that has been my key towards differentiating the clones, so it was fairly natural. The one that took the most out of me was definitely Helena.She loves a good tune, as you can see. She loves to kick it on the dance floor." - Tatiana Maslany

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All the marvel art I did for the Draw Yourself Challenge so far! I thought I’d put them in one post c:

To clarify the art:

  • I am a muslim girl who wears the hijab and prefers to wear long/loose things that go below the butt
  • Natasha’s hijab is inspired by this
  • Hawkeye’s hijab is inspired by this

Individual posts: Steve, Bucky, Natasha, Hawkeye, Thor, Loki

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It is interesting, isn’t it? Because like, it’s a weird, weird world, and I think that – I don’t know. It kind of scares me a little bit, because I think that these kids – with bands now as well, there was no accessibility to people like Michael Jackson or Led Zeppelin or The Rolling Stones. If you wanted to try to get in touch with them, you and a million other people had to write a letter to a fan club. There wasn’t this immediacy. We live in a world now, not only the music industry but the world, where like, accessibility is paramount, and demand and obtaining something quickly and being accessible to the way that people market things, market their personality and it just dilutes things. Kids don’t understand. Kids think that they want to connect with these celebrities on a personal level, but they actually don’t. Like don’t meet your heroes. The only reason that all these pop stars were pantheons of pop culture was because you didn’t know fuckin’ anything about them. That’s why.

I’ve met David Bowie and people like that, and they’re amazing figures, but they’re amazing people. Just people. And it sounds like such an obvious, naïve thing to say, but you do realize that there’s a lot less illusion now with rock stars and pop stars. We live in a world where you want to know everything about their personal life and you basically can do that. Kids feel entitled to a response. Or kids feel genuinely ostracized when maybe you don’t interact with them. [Laughs] And that’s fucking crazy.

By Matt Healy [X] Kids/People. (via cumberbuddy)