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  5. pauldehaan:

    When someone asks you if you’re ‘Team Peeta’ or ‘Team Gale’

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    When someone takes a powerful story about unjust governments, the strength and weakness of a young girl thrust into a violent and terrifying world, and young children being forced to kill each other to make a ‘point’t, and turns it into a fucking love story. 

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  6. yeezuschrist:

    i accepted my dad on fb and now he’s commenting on my friends’ graduation pictures jesusch RIST

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fuckyeahwomeninarmor:

Sequel to the previous image. Painting of another scene from Spenser’s Faerie Queene, this one done by artist Mary F. Raphael in 1898. It depicts Lady Amoret kissing the hand of her rescuer, the female knight Britomart. Has a lovely femslash vibe!

Just so you guys know they totally do it in the poem.  Amoret insists on having her own room while she thinks Britomart is a man, until she finds out she’s a woman and is like OH, THAT CHANGES THINGS and they hop in bed and Spenser gives the renaissance poetic equivalent of “AND THEN THEY HAD A LOT OF FUN LET ME TELL YOU”

    platoapproved:

    fuckyeahwomeninarmor:

    Sequel to the previous image. Painting of another scene from Spenser’s Faerie Queene, this one done by artist Mary F. Raphael in 1898. It depicts Lady Amoret kissing the hand of her rescuer, the female knight Britomart. Has a lovely femslash vibe!

    Just so you guys know they totally do it in the poem.  Amoret insists on having her own room while she thinks Britomart is a man, until she finds out she’s a woman and is like OH, THAT CHANGES THINGS and they hop in bed and Spenser gives the renaissance poetic equivalent of “AND THEN THEY HAD A LOT OF FUN LET ME TELL YOU”

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  8. vakent:

Great vastness by Thuyhn on Flickr.

    vakent:

    Great vastness by Thuyhn on Flickr.

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