Alexa, 20. From the middle of nowhere, MN. I go to St.Olaf College. I have a passion for art, music, and laughter. I am an avid lindy hopper and occasional blues dancer. To sooth my soul, I listen to the music of great artists from Billie Holiday to Envy on the Coast and everything else in between.

 

thetindog:

theladthatlived:

georgesus:

"He’s a little fighter. He kind of, he wriggles around quite a lot.” - Prince William

its like when you take dogs out of water and they carry on swimming

MOTHER, UNHAND ME, I HAVE A COUNTRY TO GOVERN

amuseoffyre:

theilltemperedschism:

i-will-be-your-huckleberry:

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Well said.

I’m naturally suspicious of people who don’t dig this guy. He’s brilliant.

Interesting fact is that this same theory can be applied to so many historical female women: Marie Antoinette, Empress Elisabeth, Catherine the Great, Catherine de Medici.

When a woman threatens the standardised ideals of the patriarchy, she must be reduced down to the base forms of womanhood, often as prescribed by the Church, which was the base of power in those days.

Despite the fact that times have changed, these images of womanhood are so beaten into our consciousness that we have to make a conscious effort to look beyond them.

(Source: idontcareimjustinspired)