A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…

(requested by earthlightened)

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Natalie Dormer’s photoshoot for People Magazine 2014 {x}

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#weeps   #natdorm   

Who taught me to suck in my stomach,
or my cheeks?
Who told me to stand with my legs apart
and my hips thrust back
to create the illusion of a gap
between my thighs?
Who made me believe that the most beautiful part of me
is my negative space?

 -

Negative Space (via elliesigh)

this post.

(via methpool)

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darning-socks:

"Oh my GOD Carl I am so done with you.”

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adventuresofpeanut:

Some more flattering angles.

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theforgettingofherself:

So now that Malala has won a Nobel Prize are we gonna start listening to what she has to say about drone strikes or nah?

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fuckyeahchinesefashion:

许我三千笔墨,绘你一世倾城 (grant me three thousand strokes of ink, and i shall render you a lifetime of beauty that shall bring down cities)

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npr:

The first issue of Marvel’s new Thor is now on newsstands. In it, a mysterious woman shows that she, too, is worthy of wielding the hammer of Thor.
She joins a growing list of superhuman heroines leading their own comic books — Captain Marvel, Batgirl and Catwoman, among others — as Marvel and DC push to diversify and improve the representation of women on their pages.
Part of this improvement comes through in the way these characters are dressed. Instead of a tight black bathing suit, Captain Marvel now wears a red, blue and yellow jumpsuit that evokes her Air Force roots. Over in Gotham, Batgirl has ditched the tight spandex and bright yellow heels for a leather motorcycle jacket, a detachable cape and Doc Martens.
Where’s Thor When You Need Her? Women In Comics Fight An Uphill Battle
Image credit: Marvel

npr:

The first issue of Marvel’s new Thor is now on newsstands. In it, a mysterious woman shows that she, too, is worthy of wielding the hammer of Thor.

She joins a growing list of superhuman heroines leading their own comic books — Captain Marvel, Batgirl and Catwoman, among others — as Marvel and DC push to diversify and improve the representation of women on their pages.

Part of this improvement comes through in the way these characters are dressed. Instead of a tight black bathing suit, Captain Marvel now wears a red, blue and yellow jumpsuit that evokes her Air Force roots. Over in Gotham, Batgirl has ditched the tight spandex and bright yellow heels for a leather motorcycle jacket, a detachable cape and Doc Martens.

Where’s Thor When You Need Her? Women In Comics Fight An Uphill Battle

Image credit: Marvel

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charmaineolivia:

so much yes

charmaineolivia:

so much yes

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#same