blastortoise-chan:

it’s like the more you learn about anti-blackness, the more you realize how much of it has been ingrained into who you are as a black person growing up. You also start to realize it’s not just white people that perpetuate this. The rule is lighter is better and who are the darkest of all?

Exactly.

(via jesussbabymomma)

god-i-love-theatre:

mrsmelchiorgabor:

if you ever think a tv show is doing something completely weird, you should know that Glee once had a teenage girl giving birth to the music of Bohemian Rhapsody, cross cutting the scene with a showchoir of teenagers performing the song at the standard of experienced professionals.

THE BEST SCENE THAT GLEE EVER DID. PERIOD.

What advice would you give to a young person aspiring to one day be on Broadway?
"Just be you, y’know. Just be you, and come to the table and be just be awesome. Work hard, keep workin’ on it and stay positive. Enjoy it!" -Alli Mauzey

(Source: its-gaalinda, via amauzing)

anotherdamnposer:

Being an atheist is ok.
Being an atheist and shaming religion and spirituality as silly or not real is not ok.

Being a Christian is ok.
Being a homophobic, misogynistic, racist, or otherwise hateful person in the name of Christianity is not ok.

Being a reindeer is ok.
Bullying and excluding another reindeer because he has a shiny red nose is not ok.

(via manireallyloveagron)

"The lyric I’m most proud of is from ‘All Too Well’: ‘And you call me up again just to break me like a promise / so casually cruel in the name of being honest.’ That was something I came up with while ranting during a soundcheck. I was just playing these chords over and over onstage and my band joined in and I went on a rant. Those were some of the lines I thought of."
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Taylor Swift talking about the lyric from Red she is most proud of (x)

I think we can all agree that that’s one of the best lines she’s ever written

(via tswiftx0)

(Source: taylorswiftdeclassified, via manireallyloveagron)