Soy la chica del montón que reivindica su individualidad viviendo a su manera y se niega a dejar que la vida pase tal cual. Lectora empedernida, enamorada de innumerables (y perfectos) personajes ficticios. Cada semana un grupo nuevo toma el control de mis auriculares, voy y vengo de forma drástica y sin término medio. Digo lo que pienso y cuando lo pienso. Algunos me toman por loca, aunque prefiero "mentalmente desorientada". 'The perks of being a wallflower' mi 'Un dolor imperial'. Café, libros y películas como sinónimo de felicidad. Hay una (muy pequeña) parte hipster escondida dentro de mí.
~Esperando a que el Capitán América llame a mi ventana a las 3.00 AM para ayudarlo a salvar el mundo. Mientras tanto, leo~
I think everybody should have an S.O.S song. A song that you can listen to when you just don’t want to talk with anyone but your pillow. When you are not hungry but you feel as if you could sink in your own tears. A song that lets you cry for hours but at the same time is making you know that everything will be okay. Sometimes you don’t need a friend, just a song to feel released.
My SOS song is ‘I see fire’ from Ed Sheeran. What about yours?
Every time someone calls BDSM a “counter-culture”, an angel loses its wings.
Honestly, there is nothing in your culture that opposes the mainstream, centuries-old norm of violating women’s bodies & minds. You just perfected that art and convinced the oppressed that their oppression is freedom.
Give me a counter-culture of kindness, tenderness & respect. Otherwise fuck off.
On the bus home there was a group of teenage boys 15-17 years old being general boys stuffing their faces sharing food and being rowdy but at one point they started talking about girls but they weren’t saying things she’s sexy as fuck or I’d tap that, instead they were saying how cute the one girls laugh was or how pretty another’s eyes where when she smiled and they were blushing and getting embarrassed.
On portraying strong women on the screen:It’s kind of refreshing as a woman not to be playing a character that’s just defined by whom she’s in love with, to be honest. With Margaery, political ambition is motivating her—her relationships with all these different men has an agenda. Game of Thrones is like The Hunger Games in so far as it has beautiful writing of strong, complex, contradictory women—whether you’re talking about Arya Stark or Brienne of Tarth, who are physically empowering themselves; or women like Cersei and Margaery, who are doing the more traditional political court machinations. Margaery represents a very modern sort of PR, winning the hearts and minds. I’ve called her Kate Middleton crossed with your First Lady, Michelle Obama. She is a politically savvy woman who is harnessing romantic notions of royals in the populous’ mind.