You Oughta Look Out


but her heart was so cold that she could hold ice in her mouth and it would never melt.


Chris Colfer attends a private event at Hyde Staples Center hosted by Dell for the Katy Perry concert on September 19, 2014 in Los Angeles, Calif. [UHQ]


ratchetlarry:

remember when everyone got mad at miley bc they thought this performance was provocative

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thisisbluelanguage:

veggielezzyfemmie:

The regular girl couldn’t make it, so I’m here.

miss claudette has a special place in my heart. 

miss claudette over everything 



In Café de Flore, the tattoos were beautiful, created by this Montréal artist. They made me feel badass and I would wear them sometimes when we would go to bars and say: ‘Check out my badass tattoos.’



writingwithcolor:

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Skin.

Writing with Color has received several asks on this topic.

Everything from “how do I describe my character’s skin tone without being offensive?” and “what’s the problem with comparing my character to chocolate and coffee?”

I’m hoping to address all these and likewise questions in this guide on describing POC skin color, from light, dark and all that’s in between.

The Food Thing: So what’s the big deal?

So exactly what is the problem with comparing POC skin tone to cocoa, coffee, caramel, brown sugar and other sweets and goods? Well, there’s several potential problems you come across when you pull out the old Hershey’s bar comparison for your dark-skinned character, even if offense is not your intention.

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