I like fog and sheep and crooked smiles and musty books. (Not-important facts: Lady. Mid 20s. Aspiring-something. And actually I like most things.)

real talk.

I know I’m PMSing and that that’s also probably doing other things to my ~lady feelings, and I know that this is such a lame thing to say in light of recent men whining about the same thing (and then becoming aggressive towards women on account of it, OK yes), and if I am any sort of proper feminist maybe I would believe that I am owed nothing in the way of romance as a woman or moderately attractive person or general human being.

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tom: i promise i’m never doing that again.
nicole: that needs to be a gif. [x]

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rosalind franklin discovered the double helix in dna but her research was stolen by two men before she could properly share the information and now watson and crick are famous for what she spent years studying

Plus she developed ovarian cancer that was most likely caused by radiation from the HUNDREDS of hours spent using x ray crystallography to ascertain the structure. She literally worked herself to death to be a footnote in most genetics textbooks.

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Sgt. Karen Hermiston, the first female military photographer in the Canadian Army, 1940s.

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Jane Eyre (2011), Cary Fukunaga


Chase Blood

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I think about you. But I don’t say it anymore.

Marguerite Duras, Hiroshima, Mon Amour (1959)

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