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Hi, I'm Lauren!
(or rdm, if you prefer the shorter name with the longer story)

I'm 23, a university student and a self-confessed music nerd.

Here you'll find Glee, Disney, Sherlock, fic, musicals, pretty people, pretty things and my ramblings.
Oh and I have a tendency to overshare. Don't say I didn't warn you.


northfalls:

Natalie Dormer at the HBO Luxury Lounge featuring Pandora Jewerly, August 24th 2014


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theplaceyoustillrememberdreaming:

TARREN HOW DARE YOU.

NEW FAVORITE VIDEO.


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pebblegosling replied to your post: “I just willingly drank tea with soy milk in it. What is happening to…”:

I DON’T KNOW BUT I DONT LIKE IT

Granted it was a very specific combination of teas and honey and soy milk but I AM SO CONFUSED


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I just willingly drank tea with soy milk in it. What is happening to me??


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fuckyeahlavernecox:

New York Post

I love this

do u understand how much this means

And I don’t think it is a happy accident at all.  Look at the two other captions that are visible.  ‘Heidi Klum is a supermodel-turned-superhero in this caped Zac Posen gown.’  ‘Camila Alves works Zuhair Murad like it’s her job.’  Between the two there is only one word that refers to the gender of the person.  In Laverne Cox’s caption, there are two and they both are words almost exclusively reserved for what is perceived as the height of femininity.  (‘Goddess’ is referring to the dress but it is only called a ‘goddess gown’ because it was made for a goddess.)  Hell, Heidi Klum and Camila Alves probably have been called a ‘goddess’ or a ‘babe’ in publications.  And here she is, a person who has had to publicly defend her right to identify as a woman, in a major publication that has placed her between two models and Laverne Cox is the one being called a babe and goddess.

tina-warriorprincess:

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jackanthonyfernandez:

fuckyeahlavernecox:

New York Post

I love this

do u understand how much this means

And I don’t think it is a happy accident at all.  Look at the two other captions that are visible.  ‘Heidi Klum is a supermodel-turned-superhero in this caped Zac Posen gown.’  ‘Camila Alves works Zuhair Murad like it’s her job.’  Between the two there is only one word that refers to the gender of the person.  In Laverne Cox’s caption, there are two and they both are words almost exclusively reserved for what is perceived as the height of femininity.  (‘Goddess’ is referring to the dress but it is only called a ‘goddess gown’ because it was made for a goddess.)  Hell, Heidi Klum and Camila Alves probably have been called a ‘goddess’ or a ‘babe’ in publications.  And here she is, a person who has had to publicly defend her right to identify as a woman, in a major publication that has placed her between two models and Laverne Cox is the one being called a babe and goddess.


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Emma Stone attends the Opening Ceremony and ‘Birdman’ premiere during the 71st Venice Film Festival on August 27, 2014 in Venice, Italy.


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Natalie Dormer does The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (x)

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“I went through it all on set: I fell in love with a woman, and I watched my life play out on screen. And now, as we are gearing up for the release of season 2, it feels liberating and appropriate to live my life in front of you.”


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