Kat Dennings photographed by Daniel King.
Watch the entire “Let It Go” scene from Frozen featuring Idina Menzel performing as Elsa.
If you don’t wanna go see Frozen, this is the best 3:39 of the movie (except the short that plays beforehand). What a jam.
goosebumps every time!
I’ve had this stuck in my head for three days now.
the whole lee jordan assisting in coming out thing began when fred and george wanted a really spectacular way to come out as genderfluid and bisexual respectively and since the first person outside of themselves they came out to was lee he offered his services
so at the next quidditch match as soon as the twins make a particularly magnificent save defending angelina from a persistent bludger lee yells out ‘AND A GREAT SAVE BY FRED ‘GENDERFLUID’ WEASLEY AND GEORGE ‘BISEXUAL’ WEASLEY THERE’ and you can bet a whole bunch of queer students in the crowd simultaneously have an idea at that exact moment
The world premiere of the new musical Because of Winn Dixie officially opens at Arkansas Repertory Theatre Dec. 6 following previews that began Dec. 4.
okay woWIE YOU GUYS REALLY NEED TO WATCH THIS BECAUSE PANTENE DID A COMMERCIAL ABOUT HOW SHIT LABELS AGAINST WOMEN ARE AND ITS JUST SO GREAT WOWIE
Pro-Choice Versus Pro-Life: The Relationship Between State Abortion Policy and Child Well-Being in the United States.
In the United States, pro-choice supporters contend that the desire of pro-life supporters to protect the life of the fetus ends at birth and that thereafter they ignore the health and well-being of infants and children. This study examines the question of whether infants and children fare better in U.S. states that have the most restrictive abortion laws. Eighteen indicators of infant/child health, family, economic, and educational status are analyzed. The empirical evidence finds that states with the most antiabortion policies are also the same states that have significantly lower indicators of infant/child well-being. This supports the contention by pro-choice supporters that efforts by pro-life supporters to protect the life of the fetus end at birth.
How was it that nun phrased it again…? “Pro-forced-birth.”
I have “food” posts blacklisted, and I just realized that I’m not seeing posts that are marked as “food” but don’t have food in them. It’s weird, but I don’t want to click every post that says “food” on the off chance it won’t be food….
In 1963, 16-year-old Bruce McAllister mailed a four-question survey to 150 novelists, asking if they intentionally planted symbolism in their work. Here’s what they had to say.
Some of these responses made me laugh a lot (Ayn Rand, golly gee), but most of them just made me laugh because I related almost every response to a branch of literary criticism.