I'm Lily. I'm Devonshire. I adore literature, Beyoncé, slightly pretentious films and French. I love being a country girl with an intense passion. I'm an angry feminist. I believe, feel and don't often think. I enjoy the classics and poetry. Vivienne Westwood breaks my heart. I walk and dance with my hips swinging and head high. I don't want to forget anything and I want to live young. On risque de pleurer un peu si l'on s'est laissé apprivoiser... It's worth it. Words like 'never' and 'always' scare me. I am Jack's complete lack of surprise. I enjoy love, life and rum. I am beautiful. #fearthehourglass

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i hope drake’s okay

I like my hair messy. My love wild. And my sex aggressive. But I’m still a sensitive woman, just with passion.

I found empirical support for the idea that the Harry Potter series influenced the political values and perspectives of the generation that came of age with these books. Reading the books correlated with greater levels of acceptance for out-groups, higher political tolerance, less predisposition to authoritarianism, greater support for equality, and greater opposition to the use of violence and torture. As Harry Potter fans will have noted, these are major themes repeated throughout the series. These correlations remained significant even when applying more sophisticated statistical analyses – when controlling for, among other things, parental influence.

Here’s a general rule. When an insult is directed at a woman, consider how it would have sounded directed at a man. If the result is ridiculous, then it’s probably sexist.

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AHHHHH WHATT yessssss exactlyyy

Story of my fucking life
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art