dopeybeauty:

ft iggy aurora

Best Disney princess ever @sean_zio

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iaintnobodyswhore:

Tom Zito, Portrait of Patti Smith, 1976

iaintnobodyswhore:

Tom Zito, Portrait of Patti Smith, 1976

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Tags: patti smith

crofethr:

denali-winter:

BAM.

I have never hit reblog so fast in my LIFE.

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existinginreverse:

genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the day is: Canadian Applicant 

ME

existinginreverse:

genderoftheday:

Today’s Gender of the day is: Canadian Applicant 

ME

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nprfreshair:

Maureen Corrigan reviews The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters. The novel opens in 1922 in the ‘suburban backwater’ of London, where Frances Wray and her mother have fallen from the middle class and must take ‘paying guests’ into their home to stay afloat. 

"The Paying Guests is no simple period piece. As alert as Waters is to historical detail, she’s also a superb storyteller with a gift for capturing the layered nuances of character and mood. Any reader familiar with Waters’ earlier novels like Tipping the Velvet will know that she’s especially drawn to the subject of lesbian relationships. What’s so immediately compelling about our protagonist, Frances Wray, is that, in a way that doesn’t seem at all anachronistic, she’s comfortable in her own queer skin. It’s most of the rest of the world — and, tragically, some of the people in her own house — who have serious problems with Frances and her so-called “unnatural” sexuality.”

Girls playing ukuleles, 1926
 

nprfreshair:

Maureen Corrigan reviews The Paying Guests by Sarah Waters. The novel opens in 1922 in the ‘suburban backwater’ of London, where Frances Wray and her mother have fallen from the middle class and must take ‘paying guests’ into their home to stay afloat. 

"The Paying Guests is no simple period piece. As alert as Waters is to historical detail, she’s also a superb storyteller with a gift for capturing the layered nuances of character and mood. Any reader familiar with Waters’ earlier novels like Tipping the Velvet will know that she’s especially drawn to the subject of lesbian relationships. What’s so immediately compelling about our protagonist, Frances Wray, is that, in a way that doesn’t seem at all anachronistic, she’s comfortable in her own queer skin. It’s most of the rest of the world — and, tragically, some of the people in her own house — who have serious problems with Frances and her so-called “unnatural” sexuality.”

Girls playing ukuleles, 1926

 

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Tags: sarah waters

iaintnobodyswhore:

Patti Smith
Milwaukee, 1976

iaintnobodyswhore:

Patti Smith

Milwaukee, 1976

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Tags: patti smith

nprmusic:

funnyordie:

So Far, This Fifth Grader’s Diary Entry is the Most Punk Rock Thing Ever
Nothing screams punk like i’s dotted with hearts.

"But if the Dead Kennedies do not like the man so don’t I." Is there a single-tear emoticon? —Lars

nprmusic:

funnyordie:

So Far, This Fifth Grader’s Diary Entry is the Most Punk Rock Thing Ever

Nothing screams punk like i’s dotted with hearts.

"But if the Dead Kennedies do not like the man so don’t I." Is there a single-tear emoticon? —Lars

hashtagpll:

real smooth, emily

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heatherannehogan:

"People staring at Paige" is a GIF set I never knew I needed to make me complete! And now it is here! And I am complete! 

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stuckinescape:

yes, yes, yeees

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