|026,806 notes| Tuesday, Apr 22 at 8:24 pm
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i hope they change the actor for daario naharis every season for absolutely no reason and with no explanation given

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|01,285 notes| Monday, Apr 21 at 11:46 pm
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|01 note| Monday, Apr 21 at 9:32 pm
Did you post the 'Tom-Boy' paradox statement? I am a female who does prefer the company of men and generally, 98% of the time, have been treated cruelly by other women. This has always been so, since I was a toddler. That's the way it is. I am wary of women and their motives. This statement that's been blogged is a good example. It is an attack, the thing I find so prevalent in the female gender. They won't leave a woman who is unique alone!

I’m sorry if the quote offended you and I’m sorry to hear that other women have treated you cruelly! The quote is from an article on a queer feminist site that explores the etymology of the word tomboy. A good chunk of the article is devoted to how people unfairly expect tomboys to “grow out of it” and become more “ladylike” with time. However, the end of the article also discusses the fact that some women (keyword “some” – not all tomboys) like to dissociate themselves from femininity because women are typically seen as weak and subordinate, and that is the part that I pulled the quote from. I’m sure you do not think this way, you are just doing what feels right; and I myself almost always dress/act in a way typically seen as masculine and hang out with mostly guys – simply because I feel more comfortable doing so, not because of the reason pointed out in the quote. However, I know a lot of women who do try to remove themselves from seeming like a “typical girl,” who have said crazy things to me like “I only drink dark beer, like a man” or “I don’t do that girly shit,” or even very cliche things like “you throw like a girl” – basically associating anything typically masculine with being strong, and anything typically feminine with being weak, and it is always hurtful, even for someone who is not very feminine. While it’s extremely important that women are allowed to act in “manly” ways, it is also important for women to feel comfortable acting in “girly” ways without being seen as vapid, “slutty,” powerless, or any of the other negative connotations often associated with femininity. I posted that quote in particular to call out people who behave that way because I have been encountering it a lot lately, and I think the fact that the post has almost 19,000 notes shows that a lot of other people are encountering this as well. It is not an “attack” – it is part of a larger discussion on both sides of the issue. I am sorry that other women have treated you cruelly for not conforming to typical standards of femininity – that is truly awful, and I wish people would allow others to just be who they are without their chosen gender identities and expressions being deemed “good” or “bad” based on heteronormative standards. The quote is just defending those who choose to embrace femininity and are put down for it – people who are experiencing a similar problem to yours, even though they may act/dress in an opposite fashion. Two sides of the same coin. You should give the article a read if you have some time, and again I’m sorry I upset you with the quote I posted. 

|037,814 notes| Monday, Apr 21 at 6:13 pm
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|022,558 notes| Monday, Apr 21 at 6:00 pm


Yes because jaime would totally rape cersei

the jaime that  felt sick at the sound of hearing rhaella targaryen raped

the jaime that also felt sick after he heard of ellia and her babies being brutally murdered




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|012,592 notes| Monday, Apr 21 at 5:58 pm


will graham tries to solve the mystery of who’s been smoking all the Weed with the help of Harijuana Lecter 

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via crayjoy (originally fireandlunch)
|01,928 notes| Monday, Apr 21 at 12:52 am
“Well, it becomes consensual by the end, because anything for them ultimately results in a turn-on, especially a power struggle.”
— Alex Graves totally missing what actually happened in the Jaime/Cersei scene he directed [x]
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|052,386 notes| Monday, Apr 21 at 12:49 am


I can’t believe Jesus hatched from an Easter egg 2000 years ago

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