suicideblonde:

Marilyn Monroe

suicideblonde:

Marilyn Monroe

foxypinups:

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vintagegal:

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Eve Arnold, 1955

vintagegal:

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Eve Arnold, 1955

liquidnight:



“She generally gave herself very good advice, (though she very seldom followed it).”
— Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland
[Photographer unknown, photo via All Things Amazing]

liquidnight:

“She generally gave herself very good advice, (though she very seldom followed it).”

— Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

[Photographer unknown, photo via All Things Amazing]

"Reading group guides can have the feel of an author’s conversation with herself, which is either a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your opinion of the author."

Conversations With Myself: An Author’s Guide to Writing Reading Group Guides by Brooke Hauser (via millionsmillions)

"I’ve fallen for all stripes of human beings in this world. I’ve fallen for straight men, I’ve fallen for gay men, I’ve fallen for straight women and gay women. I really have. I had crushes on really every single kind of person in the world. So there was this period of time in my life when I had this sort of romantic idea that everybody was like that, that we’re all human beings and that a person is a person and if there weren’t these sort of societal ideas about gender and sexual orientation, that anybody could fall in love with anybody. Making Humpday was really the experience that showed me that that is not true — that some people really, truly are straight. There’s a spectrum, and some people are really at one or the other."

— Lynn Shelton on sexual orientation [full interview here] (via nprfreshair)

(via nprfreshair)