unbearabilityofbeauty:

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” (1935)
stayshie:

Ugh perfection

Fight Like A Girl Music Video

Veronica Varlow: What would you ask me at almost midnight on a rainy evening? I might answer just about anything...
Emilie Autumn: I would ask you what kind of bloomers you want to wear in the FLAG video with @darren_bousman, or any bloomers at all?
Veva: I just want to wear your kisses.
EA: Sweet! We're not going to need this wardrobe budget then:)...
Veva: Just lipstick and glitter, Baby.

If you're not vegan you are a selfish asshole: what movies taught me as a kid

veegannn:

veegannn:
and you know these movies taught you to feel how these animals felt.


Spirit Stallion of the Cimarron:
horses need to be free, using animals is wrong



Charlottes web:
pigs don’t want to be eaten +some friendship stuff.


Babe:
pigs (animals)…

vqalex22:

STOP ANIMAL TESTING
animals4fashion:

THE TRUE COLOR OF FUR: FUR IS RED
Behind every fur item, there is a barbaric story that amounts to piles of bloodied, slaughtered and skinned innocent animals discarded as trash. The basic and tragic simple truth that the fur trade works hard to hide.
Animals caught in traps are left for days or longer in extraordinary pain and sometimes chew off their own paws to try to escape their agony. Those animals can include dogs and cats trapped by accident.
Animals raised on fur farms are housed in unbearably small cages and suffer their entire lives from fear, stress, disease, parasites and other physical and psychological hardships. When the industry is finally ready to take their fur, the animals are often killed by electrocution, gassing, poisoning or other methods that will preserve the quality of the pelts regardless of the pain and suffering inflicted on the animals. Some animals are even skinned alive!
SOURCE
miceinthetea:

“If leeches ate peaches instead of my blood, then I would be free to drink tea in the mud!” -Emilie Autumn, Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls
Sometimes I make things. Leech cameo was cut out of one of my EA t-shirts, because I don’t wear t-shirts and was tired of seeing the poor little leech be neglected like that. Sewed it onto a tunic I dyed pink to match, and paired it with red and white striped leggings I made, to match the leech’s stripes. :)
Leechesssssss.

Ophelia Syndrome

somethingaboutperiodmovies:

A long-term disease, most common among young women.

Symptoms: depression, bouts of mania, suicidal thoughts, slight insomnia, feelings of helplessness and dependence on others, the tendency to lose oneself in vivid daydreams, an intense longing for people and things one can never have, a strong sense of aestheticism and an appreciation for the beauty in little things, the urge to decorate everything with daisy chains.

(via thecontradictionsofmymind)