floating around, making noise

McKenzie here. Cher enthusiast, Buffy lover, and fan of almost everything.

[…] And now, in 2014, women have been forced into hiding – for voicing an opinion about videogames. That’s a sentence that should only ever appear in the opening chapter of an implausible dystopian sci-fi novel, moments before you toss it in the bin.

There seems to be a small yet vocal core of maniacs bafflingly resistant to the notion that women should have any say in the games industry at all. Even recent statistics indicating that female players now outnumber men can’t sway them, thanks to a lazy assumption that most of those women are playing Candy Crush or other, equally non-taxing “casual games” apparently un worthy of being called “games” at all. I don’t think that’s true, and even if it were, I wouldn’t blame women for voluntarily choosing to play something soothing and non-threatening in their free time, since they spend so much of the rest of their time being forced to play a terrifying survival horror MMORPG colloquially known as “The Internet”. Women are the hardest hardcore gamers there are, by miles.

Yeah Yeah Yeahs

—Maps (Acoustic Version)

calm—reposed:

Maps (Acoustic Version) - Yeah Yeah Yeahs

Wait, they don’t love you like I love you.

ahs-delrey:

lanalikesnobanana:

"What the friggity friggity fuck.."

- Sarah Paulson

important

(via marieeschrader)

micdotcom:

Broadway is about to get its most important LGBT show yet 

Broadway’s upcoming season features a show that will entirely change the way we talk about lesbians on stage.
Fun Home is a musical adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel of the same name. It arrives on Broadway in 2015 after a sold-out, critically acclaimed run at the Public Theater. The show, which was nominated for this year’s Pulitzer in Drama, is the most daring, relentless analysis of homosexual identity on the New York stage right now. 
The set-up seems simple enough, but the results are anything but.

micdotcom:

Broadway is about to get its most important LGBT show yet 

Broadway’s upcoming season features a show that will entirely change the way we talk about lesbians on stage.

Fun Home is a musical adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s graphic novel of the same name. It arrives on Broadway in 2015 after a sold-out, critically acclaimed run at the Public Theater. The show, which was nominated for this year’s Pulitzer in Drama, is the most daring, relentless analysis of homosexual identity on the New York stage right now. 

The set-up seems simple enough, but the results are anything but.