splopes:

Kate Bush — "The Dreaming" Singles


barbarastanwyck:

Young Frankenstein (1974) Outtakes 

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hollyoakhill:

do you ever think about how little Michelangelo cared

hollyoakhill:

do you ever think about how little Michelangelo cared


Brewster McCloud is so funny and amazing and it’s on youtube right now watch it


iguanamouth:

eggwish:

iguanamouth:

DO NOT KISS BIRDS

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had to go home early from uni today i was feeling the WORST 


joetrohman:

Steal His Style: benedict cumberbatch

green alien suit (48.99)


fireinthehob:

  • The protests are being held in order to achieve universal suffrage in Hong Kong. Although democracy had been promised for 2017 in 2008, China announced this August that Hong Kong people would only be able to vote from a pool of 2-3 specially selected candidates (all of whom…

it is late i have context lectures in the morning but i want blue pinstripe pyjamas 


i want blue pinstripe pyjamas like out of films


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if you’re ever sad watch Oliviahas2moms on youtube trust me


Kate Bush - Constellation Of The Heart
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bush-party:

Constellation Of The Heart by Kate Bush


like that reply King made reminded me of something that happened last week when I was in the centre with Angel. 

Like we were outside topshop and there was this gaggle of young lassies and they were dressed really well with crop tops on and shorts and wedges and these girls obviously must have been 12 - 14, (like they didn’t look like women, they were still pudding-faced and lanky) and these boys who must have been my age or a little older just looked at them and started laughing and screwing up their faces and making manky comments as they went by. 
Like why are you so angry at these little girls trying on identities and experimenting with make-up and dressing to make themselves feel good??? why is the normal, healthy psychological development of emulating and inventing your own little identity in your early teen years only considered innocent if that child dresses in baggy clothes and rainbow shoelaces? Like I’m sorry to break this but that 13 year old girl in the full face make-up and the crop tops and the 5 inch wedges is still a 13 year old girl, she is still innocent, she is still growing. It doesn’t matter if she kits herself out in a bikini and walks through the centre like that, her body isn’t a sexual object and could never be and the fact people feel uncomfortable at a little girl trying to figure out an identity is quite frankly disgusting and creepy and a million times more debauch than any early-teen child could ever be.

I hate that post because it’s implying that dressing a certain way and being sexually active and dabbling in a night-life lifestyle prematurely is synonymous. They’re trying to take this ‘i’m just concerned!!’ angle by implying that 14 year olds that dress in a certain way are ‘putting themselves at risk!!!’ and ‘are hurting themselves!!’ like no. You’re just trying to justify your own creepy perceptions of innocent children, you are literally looking for a moral high-ground to scapegoat how you look at young girls.
They want to act like 14 year olds drinking and smoking and having sex is those children’s fault? if that happens at all, it’s always a damn sight more complex than they just got dressed up too raunchy and that was it. Children who become sexually active in their early teens usually have some psychological or psychiatric issues under it all. They’re usually trying to suppress some form of trauma or emotional abuse or a loss or poor self-esteem and what they need is love and acceptance and non-judgement and help; instead they’re just surrounded by creepy pond-scum from ice hell calling them slappers and scrubbers and worthless for just clumsily trying to make sense of themselves.  

It doesn’t take anything away if a 14year old girl does have sex and subscribes to an adult lifestyle SHE IS STILL A 14 YEAR OLD CHILD SHE IS INNOCENT; she has done nothing evil or debauch, she just made these decisions because the external influences on that person has pushed her into feeling like this is where her self worth is from. 

It’s vile to think that those little girls in the centre last week who probably got all dressed up together, tried on make-up together, wobbled in heels together and got all excited to go to the centre without their parents are probably going to always remember that moment in their lives where they got shamed and humiliated and attacked by (practical) adults for a reason they’ll project on themselves.