ofyourshadow:

First thing, Tatiana, I just want to say you’re incredible. And I’m sorry that the Emmy’s seem to think you don’t exist. But my question is for the whole panel - I was wondering if any of your cast members on your respective shows have ever had a scene that you wish you could have performed yourself, or if you could pick on what would it be? - Women Who Kick Ass Panel (x

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plasticbagvevo:

checking tumblr in public

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ask-koki-kariya:

suprarationality:

The Fault in Our Stepbrothers

Megan?
Megan.

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mrcheyl:

Angelina Jolie [x]

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"I was very well educated. My dad paid me to go to a very good school but, you know, when my parents divorced, we didn’t have any money for a while. My birthday present was my school uniform and my pencil cases. I think that’s one of the reasons why my education means so much to me. It’s because my dad really couldn’t afford to send me to this schoolat the time we just didn’t have the money. And so I worked hard every single day that I was at that school to make him proud of me and for him to know that I appreciated it. And I do, and I still do.” — Emma Watson, official Brown University graduate

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hildahuffle:

This girl got retweeted by janelle monae so I went through the rest of her twitter and its full of gems omg janelle monae literally doesnt go wrong does she

dianakillsxx:

epitomeofloyalty:

Are these two together yet? You know she flipped her like a motherfuckin pancake.

^^^^

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Gary Kuehn, 1966

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trenzclore:

orphan black challenge: favourite clone

      ↳ cosima niehaus 

i can’t do this without you.
yeah, obviously. i’m the geek monkey.

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324b21-clone:

she is one of us!

m4m-ethnic-culture:

Mexican state of Colima allows same-sex civil unions ( Same-sex marriages have been legal in Mexico City for years, now Colima allows civil unions )

Colima has become the latest Mexican state to allow same-sex couples to enter into civil unions after a majority of local authorities passed a change in the state’s constitution.

Legalisation on same-sex unions falls under state legislation, and a number of states have divergent rules.

Mexico City and the southern state of Quintana Roo allow gay marriages, while Coahuila allows same-sex civil unions.

Congress in Yucatan on the other hand banned same-sex marriage in 2009.

Seven out of ten authorities in Colima approved the constitutional change, which had been passed by the state’s congress earlier this month.

Only two Congressmen voted against the change, arguing the state should legalise gay marriages rather than restricting same-sex couples to civil unions.

'More integration'

News of the change in the law in Colima came on the same day as Pope Francis told reporters that gay people should not be marginalised but integrated into society.

Speaking to reporters on a flight back from Brazil, the Pope reaffirmed the Roman Catholic Church’s position that homosexual acts were sinful, but homosexual orientation was not.

Gay marriage was legalised in Uruguay earlier this year, and in Argentina in 2010.

In Brazil, the Supreme Court in May voted overwhelmingly in favour of allowing same-sex couples the same legal rights as married heterosexuals, effectively authorising gay marriage.

However, full legalisation of gay marriage in Brazil still depends on the passage of a law in Congress.

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Best of Season 2 of Orphan Black

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