foundersofhogwarts:

Jonathan Rhys Meyers as Salazar Slytherin.

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Sophie Turner & Maisie Williams at the Entertainment Weekly Comic Con Party Photobooth.

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usweekly:

Take notes. Kate Middleton was flawless at the Commonwealth Games!

mygreenlightsabers:

My Infinite List of Favourite FilmsThe Secret Garden

After losing her self-indulging parents in an earthquake, a bitter young girl named Mary Lennox is sent to live in England with her reclusive uncle. Eventually she discovers her bedridden cousin and a ‘secret garden’ that once belonged to her deceased aunt. With the help of her cousin, the kindly Dickon, and a little ‘magic’, Mary restores the garden back to its former glory. The Secret Garden is based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett.

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"More darkly, dealing honestly with the problem of rape would mean having to treat female autonomy as a thing to be valued. Built into the very core of the religious right is the idea that female autonomy is a threat to be stomped out, and not just in its attacks on women who choose abortion or premarital sex or, gasp, to live as lesbians. The entire model of proper female behavior for the Christian right is built on submission. It’s evident in the adherence to the belief that husbands are the head of their wives. Recently, Christian right icons Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar explained their belief that wives are obliged to have sex with their husbands whenever they want and on their terms. Fundamentalist Christians deeply distrust and are hostile to the idea that the proper owner of a woman’s body is the woman. If rape is a violation of female autonomy, but you believe female autonomy is sinful, then it becomes difficult, if not impossible, to take rape seriously as a crime."

— Amanda Marcotte, "How the Christian Right’s Bizarre Sex Obsessions Let Rapists Off the Hook" (via holygoddamnshitballs)


Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) in the Auxiliary Territorial Service, during the Second World War. 1945.

Princess Elizabeth (Queen Elizabeth II) in the Auxiliary Territorial Service, during the Second World War. 1945.

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randomized-access:

"Fassbender’s Sharky smile appreciation"

browngirlslovefassy:

Here’s Another Photo of Michael Looking Good & Chatting With Mia Wasikowska & Jesse Eisenberg In London A Couple of Weeks Ago(x)

This honestly looks like some CW version of ‘Jane Eyre’ set in modern times. In this episode, the most popular boy in school and star athlete, Eddie Rochester, is introduced to his new tutor, the dowdy and poor but “beautiful underneath all the frumpiness,” Jane Eyre, who has had the misfortune of being nicknamed everything from ‘Plain Jane’ to ‘Lame Jane’ by the other kids. All except her only friend and not so secret admirer (let’s call him…um…Mark Zuckerberg). Mark immediately notices a spark between Jane and Eddie but he has had enough of these rich dudes getting everything they want and he’ll be damned if Eddie takes Jane from him. One fateful night, Mark, in a Haterade-infused rage (exacerbated by the knowledge that Eddie’s new nickname for Jane is Dame Jane), hacks into Eddie’s computer where he learns that the star quarterback has been hiding a devastating secret - a secret which Mark, while also plotting to take over the fucking world in a really annoying and intrusive way, threatens to expose to the whole school. And that, friends, is season one. Make Eddie a vampire and we’ve got ourselves a panel at Comic-Con.

and every time we turn away it hits me like a tidal wave,
I would change for you but, babe, that doesn’t mean I’m gonna be a better man

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