animedub:

euo:

if ur not boycotting urban outfitters after this i dont want to talk to youimage

if you’ve ever not been boycotting urban outfitters i don’t want to talk to you

i mean it’s sold racist games and costumes in the past, a transphobic card (warning for slurs), stolen from artists, and appropriated countless cultures and now this

urban outfitters is disgusting tbh 



Nicki is so important please



whogivesmestrength:

chantelbrenna:

squidsqueen:

What makes me so happy about this is that she isn’t telling you you must love your body or that you are obligated to. She saying you have permission to. And that’s important, because there are a lot of reasons why people have trouble with self-love.  But the idea that you aren’t supposed to love your body, that you aren’t allowed to for whatever reason, needs to be crushed. If you can’t love you body right now, if your body causes you pain or disphoria or distress, you aren’t required to love it. But you are ALLOWED to. You are entitled to the chance to make peace with your body, if you ever reach a point where you are ready to. No one else should be trying to stop you.

Sometimes I see or read things, and I didn’t realize that I needed them until they are two GIFs of Nicki Minaj and some amazing commentary that come across my dash and I instantly burst in to tears and feel a weight lifted off my chest.

This is so important



fugrats:

ppolishprincess:

only art students/art enthusiasts will get how cool this watch is

literally everyone knows who salvador dali is



monserratluna:

kickstartforever:

Everyone please reblog this. I want all of tumblr to see this.

True.



evancl:

is tweeting about how awesome the new album is gonna be the only form of promo this band is capable of now



809:

why is this so hard for people to understand



Anonymous:
do you think Midnight Memories was a flop?

theharrylouistreatise:

Uh, no. Midnight Memories:

  • Sold four million copies
  • Hit number one in 20 countries
  • Was the best-selling album of 2013

It was very decidedly not a flop.

That said, it could have been even more

I’ve talked about this before, but here’s my fandom origin story: one of my acquaintances tweeted something like “Story of My Life by One Direction on repeat. No shame.” I listened to the song. I loved the song. I bought the song. I told myself that would be it. Then I read a few album reviews on sites for adults — I specifically remember this one. So I bought the album (“decent British folk-pop in the mold of Mumford & Sons and Ed Sheeran” got my attention). And I was surprised by how much of it I liked. (I really love “Happily,” “Something Great,” and “Through the Dark” in particular.) I told myself THAT would be it. Aaaaand then obviously within a week I had watched hours of YouTube videos and bought UAN and TMH as well. (It was maybe a week or two later that I started researching Harry and Louis.)

All this to say: this album certainly brought in a few new adult fans, including me, but it could have been their grand introduction to a new, more sustainable demographic. Especially after their SNL performance, which lots of adults genuinely loved.

Here’s hoping album four is actually marketed to adults.