1. Feminism not only refuted the idea that women were necessarily light-minded and irresponsible, but also that such “feminine” qualities were necessarily enjoyable for the women in question, or that they were the only way to earn love: As women from Mary Wollstonecraft onward have argued, the childlike and frivolous “ideal” woman was a case of someone whose development had been intentionally arrested, a human being who’d been warped and pruned like a bonsai tree into a decorative miniature person.
    Which is to say: If Scott’s central death-of-adulthood text Mad Men portrays the end of Don Draper, and patriarchs like him, it also portrays the end of Betty Draper, the 36-year-old-going-on-10-year-old who demonstrates better than any fictional character I can name the horror that results when a woman is not permitted to grow up. Feminism is a historical movement devoted to opposing arrested development in women. It seems unlikely that feminism has caused it.
    Sady Doyle, In These Times, "Who Killed Adulthood?" (via asuperfluousman)
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  4. korrakun:

    my favorite college experience is when i had a 7am class and the kid next to me literally poured a monster energy drink into his coffee said “i’m going to die” and drank the whole thing

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  5. showmeyourburningflame:

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  6. -hewastheirfriend:

    when ur tryin to tell a story but no one knows what the fuck ur talkin about

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  7. Got a clear drum shot, but after the crowd came in…well…#shortgirlproblems

    Got a clear drum shot, but after the crowd came in…well…#shortgirlproblems

  8. Brief stop on the mini-roadtrip today to see @royalblooduk

    Brief stop on the mini-roadtrip today to see @royalblooduk

  9. #Grease #PulpFiction

    #Grease #PulpFiction

  10. http://tardisandcinnamon.tumblr.com/post/98239722226/baskingsunflower-wryan





    friendly reminder that Harry Potter

    1. at eleven, was described by his teachers as ‘bright’
    2. at the same age, according to the Sorting Hat: “Not a bad mind, either. There’s talent, oh my goodness, yes” and “You could…
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