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I hope that someday, somebody wants to hold you for twenty minutes straight, and that’s all they do. They don’t pull away. They don’t look at your face. They don’t try to kiss you. All they do is wrap you up in their arms, without an ounce of selfishness in it.
— Jenna, Waitress (via emtc)

Both times I watched this movie when I got to this part I started sobbing. So yeah, I think that says a lot about me.

(Source: wordsthat-speak, via hopeless-moments)

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little-trouble-grrrl:

Bikini Kill live in Washington DC, Rock For Choice, April 4th 1992 by Pat Graham

little-trouble-grrrl:

Bikini Kill live in Washington DC, Rock For Choice, April 4th 1992 by Pat Graham

(via 90spunkrockfeminism)

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yasimon:

Perfect.

yasimon:

Perfect.

(Source: thebarnesandnoble, via misswendyd)

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fuckyoulizprince:

Flavorwire posts exclusive Tomboy pages: 
Liz Prince has been a cult and beloved figure in the world of comics for awhile, and in her autobiographical book Tomboy: A Graphic Memoir, she discusses the subject of growing up, in her inimitable, honest and simple style. Prince was never a girly-girl, and watching her navigate between the two poles of who she was and the (pink) box people wanted her to fit into makes for a fascinating look at what “identity” means in the process of growing up. The book’s out on September 2nd, but we have an exclusive look at some pages now. 

Click here to read all 4 pages!

fuckyoulizprince:

Flavorwire posts exclusive Tomboy pages: 

Liz Prince has been a cult and beloved figure in the world of comics for awhile, and in her autobiographical book Tomboy: A Graphic Memoir, she discusses the subject of growing up, in her inimitable, honest and simple style. Prince was never a girly-girl, and watching her navigate between the two poles of who she was and the (pink) box people wanted her to fit into makes for a fascinating look at what “identity” means in the process of growing up. The book’s out on September 2nd, but we have an exclusive look at some pages now. 

Click here to read all 4 pages!

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(Source: cynicalhippie)

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women-in-music:

BEST OF BRITISH WEEK:

Kate Bush - ‘Babooshka’ (Official Music Video)

Kate Bush. Forever cooler and weirder than you will ever be. 

(Source: youtube.com)

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continuants:

rollingstone:

Puff Daddy’s remix to the Smashing Pumpkins single “Ava Adore,” is finally seeing release after 16 years. Hear it here.

wow good morning cc forgottengrin

Um, oh shit.
I think I have to finish my coffee before I listen to this shit.
p.s. I really liked Adore even if it was the SP album that singled the start of the decline of the band and/or their relevance. 
p.p.s. This is on an upcoming re-release of the album (Adore) that includes video from a 1998 concert at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta. UM, I WAS TOTALLY AT THAT FUCKING SHOW IN THE SIXTEENTH ROW. IS MY TEENAGE AWKWARDNESS ON DISPLAY IN THIS VIDEO IN RANDOM CROWD SHOTS? HOLY SHIT. WEIRDEST THING EVER. 

continuants:

rollingstone:

Puff Daddy’s remix to the Smashing Pumpkins single “Ava Adore,” is finally seeing release after 16 years. Hear it here.

wow good morning cc forgottengrin

Um, oh shit.

I think I have to finish my coffee before I listen to this shit.

p.s. I really liked Adore even if it was the SP album that singled the start of the decline of the band and/or their relevance. 

p.p.s. This is on an upcoming re-release of the album (Adore) that includes video from a 1998 concert at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta. UM, I WAS TOTALLY AT THAT FUCKING SHOW IN THE SIXTEENTH ROW. IS MY TEENAGE AWKWARDNESS ON DISPLAY IN THIS VIDEO IN RANDOM CROWD SHOTS? HOLY SHIT. WEIRDEST THING EVER. 

(via ginaness)

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fuckyoulizprince:

Hey Friends!

I created a Facebook page for my graphic memoir Tomboy, which is coming out from Zest Books on September 2nd.  I have conflicting feelings about making a promotional page for a book, especially because I’ve been actively trying to LESSEN my social media usage, not increase it, but in the crazy, internet driven world, it seemed like I might as well try it!  

Please go LIKE the page, because the more LIKES it has, the better it looks, and this is all just an ego game, isn’t it?  There’s not much on there yet, but as the release date gets closer, there will be all kinds of goodies.  And, this is especially helpful to those of you who aren’t friends with me on Facebook already: you can hear about the book without having to see pictures of my cats (although I don’t know why you wouldn’t want to see pictures of my cats, they are super cute)!  

I went to Liz’s reading/q and a at the Brattle Theatre yesterday and it was the best! 

p.s. It’s on NetGalley for my librarian folks/friends!

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