Anglophile.

Benedict Cumberbatch, David Tennant, Tom Hiddleston, Matt Smith - basically Brit actors.
Harry Potter fan, LOTR, The Hobbit. TV Shows: Sherlock, Dr. Who, Merlin.
I love good writing and books, and great storytelling.
I'm a 'older' mum in her 40's. I live in Texas, US.
My deepest wish is to visit Great Britain soon - bucket list!

I’ve said this before and I’ll point it out again -

Menstruation is caused by change in hormonal levels to stop the creation of a uterine lining and encourage the body to flush the lining out. The body does this by lowering estrogen levels and raising testosterone.

Or, to put it more plainly “That time of the month” is when female hormones most closely resemble male hormones. So if (cis) women aren’t suited to office at “That time of the month” then (cis) men are NEVER suited to office.

If you are a dude and don’t dig the ladies around you at their time of the month, just think! That is you all of the time.

And, on a final note, post-menopausal (cis) women are the most hormonally stable of all human demographics. They have fewer hormonal fluctuations of anyone, meaning older women like Hilary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren would theoretically be among the least likely candidates to make an irrational decision due to hormonal fluctuations, and if we were basing our leadership decisions on hormone levels, then only women over fifty should ever be allowed to hold office.

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Eat THAT, hormone-snipers!

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Testosterone levels are also higher (which is why you get more our of your workout when you do so during your period) so lol we handle assholes like you all the time and y’all can’t handle us and a little blood.

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hate:

typical:

parliamentarians:

Racism and ignorance clearly evident in our society, as experienced by my friend’s sister. This is what her potential dorm roommate, whom she had never met or talked to before, tweeted about her.

"Today I googled my last name and found this as one of the search results. Apparently, just by looking at my profile picture, I am Indian and I can barely speak english. This, my friends, is a prime example of racial profiling. I am an American citizen. I was born in Houston, Texas. My roots are not from India but from Africa. My parents are Algerian. I am Algerian American. English is my primary language and it is a struggle for me to speak my parent’s native tongue. My name is pronounced exactly as it is spelled. I wear a hijab (a head covering), and not a niqab ( a facial covering that excludes the eyes) though I do admire, respect, and find the beauty in all those who do choose to wear the niqab. But this girl is right, I probably would have had a heart attack living with a person who could not, and refused to, respect me and my beliefs. I can only thank God for an opening of a single room shortly after they assigned this roommate, way before I knew she had posted any of this. Alhamdullilah. I also thank God for being born in Houston, one of the most multicultural cities in the United States, and not experiencing racism like this everyday of my life.
Sunday is my move in day and the start of my college career. This can be nothing but a good sign for the years to come, inshaAllah.
In conclusion, I urge everyone, please, don’t judge a person by their appearances. Racism exists in this nation because we continue to do so. We have to look beyond the covers of appearances and read the texts of their characters. Stand with me and ‪#‎stopracism‬.”
-Roukaya Mabizari

She should be banned from life

this is so fucked up

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gookgod:

so… you come here often? 

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atlasobscura:

This story is brought to you by vapor-distilled smartwater, who found unique inspiration for their water by looking up to the sky. we hope the change in perspective this piece offers will help inspire you.

"Journeys of the Soul," Part Two: Sweet Sounds of Water

article-imageAt the “Sun Salutation” by the Zadar, Croatia, Sea Organ (photograph by EyeofJ)

Before any humans thought to sing a song, the ocean was giving its own rhythm to the shores. Perhaps then it’s no surprise that artists and inventors around the world have turned the currents and tides into sweet symphonies.

Water and music together have a long history, going back to the hydraulic organ. The ancient Greeks created this water organ in a way that was similar to more modern pipe organs, but instead of blown air, the fall of water pushed sound through the reeds which were opened by the organist. While none of these organs survive, archaeologists deciphered their design through a pottery model discovered at Carthage and rare texts. In 1916, Francis William Galpin combined these materials to make a working prototype of the ancient hydraulis organ, whichis held by the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.  

That’s only the beginning… keep reading about the sweet sounds of water on Atlas Obscura!

jellyfishtimes:

2headedsnake:

Eleanor Cunningham

Two works made up of mixed media. Salts, inks and water on photographic prints and negatives, combining analogue with digital technology.

‘Nonna’s Window / Portal’, 2011

‘Somerset House’, 2009

This is absolutely amazing

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bitchiel:

justaddtommy:

i think we’re out of ink

have you tried turning it on and off again

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geekgirl1:

larygo:

Congratulations to Benedict and Martin on their Emmy wins

how have I not reblogged this yet?

geekgirl1:

larygo:

Congratulations to Benedict and Martin on their Emmy wins

how have I not reblogged this yet?

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cumbertrekky:

I don’t remember the BBC ever doing a congratulatory promo like this before. They are as pleased as punch.

Source:

https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=807482505938836&id=470911516262605&refsrc=https%3A%2F%2Fm.facebook.com%2Fphoto.php&_rdr

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