imagine if you had to wait until you were 21 to drink alcohol
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i’m one of those annoying people who’s always like “omg i know that actor from somewhere omg i recognize them whAT WERE THEY IN” when watching tv shows/movies who then proceeds to look it up on their phone and inform everyone that said actor was an extra in an episode of some stupid 90s sitcom once
I’M NOT ALONE
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Mary Pipher, Clinical Psychologist and Author, Reviving Ophelia (via sunshine-machine)
this should have been reblogged a million times already.
And remember, they are socialized to accept rape culture as “masculinity” and “normal.” This isn’t inherent biology. So they can be socialized away from it. This quote = everything.
50 Girlcrushes of 2013: Nicole Beharie
There have already been articles written about Sleepy Hollow trying to figure out how a show with no real star power (uhm, excuse me but John Cho) and a very hard-to-swallow sci-fi premise is one of the few solid, breakout hits of this Fall season. The show has held steady in the ratings on Monday night and, even more impressively, doubles its audience when streaming and on-demand numbers are factored in. Fox was so impressed by its performance, it earned a quick renewal for a second season. If you’re listening to this television executives, I’ll tell you why the show has done so well, two words: Abbie and Ichabod. Nicole Behaire and Tom Mison have created something special. From the moment Abbie Mills and Ichabod Crane meet, there is that thing that happens when two actors have instantly palatable chemistry and you would watch them do anything together. No matter what silly thing the characters do - being chased around by a headless horseman with an automatic rifle … ridiculous, yes… but I’m watching. Unfortunately, television executives, this kind of thing is almost impossible to create or write, it just kind of happens and more often than not, it doesn’t happen. The show has thrown ever more ridiculous things our way as the show’s mythology grows, but I care about it because Abbie and Ichabod are at the center of it. Nicole Beharie is positively luminous as Abbie Mills. One gets the feeling that Abbie rarely forms any lasting attachments because her life has been about abandonment and loss, but she has opened herself up to Crane because, maybe, she sees a kindred spirit, someone just as lost and alone. Her face when Ichabod calls her “Abbie” for the first time is one of my favorite things to happen on TV this year. I don’t know where this show will end up, but if Abbie and Ichabod are there, I will be along for the ride.