You don’t get to 500 million friends without making a few enemies.
"Of course movies are just entertainment but to many people particular films mean so much more. I’m one of these people. Movies can tell you something about life, they can help you understand it better, they can wake your interest, or be the reason why you question certain things. They can be fucking important."
Kristen Stewart (via kstewarts)
Realist oil painter Lee Price paints self-portraits of herself from an overhead vantage point, primarily in bathrooms while eating junk food.
fave caps • the hour (asked by suchasadaffair)
"People don’t wanna be compared to the teenage girl; the teenage girl is hated, teenage girls hate themselves. If you listen to a certain kind of music, or if you express your emotions in a certain kind of way, if you self harm, you write diaries, all those kind of activities are sort of laughed at and ridiculed because they’re associated with being a teenage girl. Even just things like being cripplingly self conscious or overly concerned with our appearance, that’s considered like a teenage girl thing and therefore its ridiculous, it’s stupid, it’s not relevant or legitimate, and you know, what we needed at that age was legitimisation and respect and support but all we got was dismissal and “oh you’re such a teenage girl."
“I read pretty much everything that’s sent to me. It’s funny, people still think they’re breaking new ground when they tell me to treat myself. If I say something like, ‘Going to get Baskin-Robbins,’ I’ll still get a thousand ‘Treat yo’ self!’s. I’m like, ‘Trust. I will.’”