Alvord Desert, Oregon by Ben Coffman


Alvord Desert, Oregon
by Ben Coffman

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petition to stop using “strong female character” and instead “well-written female character” so that sexist douchebags understand that we’re insulting them for their inability to write 50% of the world’s population and just how fucking basic our expectations are.

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"It is a little bit of a mini-tragedy that him and Magneto don’t, you know, have sex and become married and become best friends."

— An actual thing that was said by James McAvoy (via duchessmcavoy)

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OMG Chris Pine > Stretch

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“Star Trek Main Theme” || Michael Giacchino || Star Trek Into Darkness

Trekking intensifies 

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"Go to the effort. Invest the time. Write the letter. Make the apology. Take the trip. Purchase the gift. Do it. The seized opportunity renders joy. The neglected brings regret."

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Tags: wisdom

Aliens conquering earth would be fine with me, as long as they make me their queen. - Gillian Anderson

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"We should not be comfortable or content in a society where the only way to remain free of surveillance and repression is if we make ourselves as unthreatening, passive, and compliant as possible."

— Glenn Greenwald (via disciplesofmalcolm)

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Marlene Dietrich by Truus, Bob & Jan too! on Flickr.

There are many actors who complain about stereotypes. Obviously, I’m an ethnic type. Part of my responsibility as an actor is to humanize those who have been cast in stereotypical ‘Asian’ roles. There are many Asian actors who say, ‘I won’t play waiters’ or ‘I won’t play menials,’ I think; first of all, that’s dumb. Secondly, that’s disrespectful of our ancestors, some of whom did work as servants and waiters.

My grandfather was a farmer. My father, when he came out of the [World War II internment] camps, worked as a dishwasher in a Chinatown restaurant. To say I’m ashamed of that is to say I’m ashamed of who I am. My father and my grandparents made great sacrifices so that they could provide me with the kind of world that I live in today. Sure, there are stereotyped depictions, but my attitude is to play those roles and humanize them, to get the writers to flesh out those characters so that they aren’t laughable simpletons, as they are often portrayed. The so-called stereotypes are roles that have great potential for drama.


— George Takei in a Starlog interview in August, 1986. (via trekkiefeminist)

Chris Evans in the studio for his directorial debut Before We Go.
Chris Evans in the studio for his directorial debut Before We Go.

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this is my favorite thing on earth

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Burrata with Grilled Bread and Heirloom Tomatoes.