shoutout to me for still not having my driver’s license
i got literally no work done because i wasted time watching interviews
i was about to say that sebastian stan looks like a mid 2000s private school asshole and then i remembered gossip girl
—Sam Wilson to Steve Rogers, in his dreams. (via deanthebrave)
ratifythesilence said: still one of my favourite lines tbh
i made it his official tag!
i like steve’s sense of humor, but it also drives home the point that he’s still isolated in the sense that he’ll never find that person with similar life experience, he’ll never be able to turn to someone and say remember that [pop culture of his time reference],
at least, until he and sam find bucky
really ask yourself: is he cute or is he white?
but how you gonna ask me this as you find yourself attracted to norman reedus
let me live with my mild white thirst sis
re: my last reblog
y’all see those numbers? like let’s really talk about this. a few days ago, when details about columbus short’s DV incident with his wife (that prompted her to get a restraining order on him) came out, i was surprised by a few things:
- It wasn’t big news that Columbus had literally choked his wife and threatened her in front of their child on multiple occasions.
- That the majority of responses I was seeing was, “Oh, guess he’s not gonna be on Scandal now! That’s too bad.”
Like, excuse me? Homeboy CHOKED HIS WIFE and we’re talking about how his fictional character won’t be back on a TV show you like??????
Two months ago, Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice got in a tussle with his fiancee at a casino in Atlantic City, NJ, and knocked her unconscious after striking her with his hand. TMZ and ESPN were the only major sites to cover the story (online, at least).
This is how black women die at the hands of black men - at the hands of the black men they love - and no one even coughs. Instead of screaming at the top of our lungs that THIS IS NOT OK, we’re giving it passing glances, relating celebrities back to the shows and teams we like (instead of the loved ones that they hurt). These women are one man away from being YOU. These men are/could be YOU.
How many more seconds was Tuere Short away from her grave? Just how much more force did Ray Rice need to strike his fiancee to make her permanently unconscious? Is that when we’d start to care?
Even then the chances are no, considering the statistics. There are folks who are spending every waking day of their lives fighting DV in black communities. How many more of us black women need to die before we make a movement out of this?