Life goals: be Beyoncé.


What I’d love to see is this new crop of celebrity feminists strongly coming out in support of social justice issues: using their newfound (or quiet but long-standing) politics to create change influenced by that gender justice lens.

Jessica Valenti: Beyoncé leads the way for other women »

"Take a lover who looks at you like maybe you are magic."

- Frida Kahlo  (via unmaiden)

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Last Kiss: "I'm not much for dancing, but for you I did."
Holy Ground: "Tonight I'm gonna dance, for all that we've been through. But I don't wanna dance, if I'm not dancing with you."
Shake It Off: "I'm dancing on my own, I make the moves up as I go."

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i’m a strong believer that not everything you do needs an explanation. if you want a tattoo, get one. if you rather stay home that night, it’s okay to miss that party. don’t forget that you’re living for yourself. you don’t owe anyone an explanation for your choices or preferences.

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Emma Watson protesting against Turkish Deputy Prime Minister’s comment “All women to stop laughing in public!”

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August 13th   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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