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milsoph:

The vinyl bonus tracks leaked from some kind soul who ripped them thank goodness. I bought the vinyl thinking they’d be on the download card and while it hasn’t arrived yet I’ve read that they’re not, that they are literally only on the vinyl, and I don’t have a record player so~


I never thought women were less than in any way until I got to high school. I remember that feeling when men and boys made fun of me. You’d say a joke and they’d say it louder. That’s why I wanted to be funny. I got competitive with boys who thought that they were overpowering and more funny. I just got louder and funnier. I became somewhat of a clown. I was like, “I’m funny and loud too so let’s bring it.” I’ve always had that combative attitude. A lot of times, after a show, some crew guy will say, “You’re really good, you’re really funny.” He’s shocked that I’m funny or that I’m good. I used to get mad when we were first touring. Tour guides would look down on me and ask all the stupid questions they’d never ask a guy. I try to laugh it off and maybe I make a snarky comment and make them feel stupid. I believe in myself and I’m very supportive of my female friends and artists. When I first started, there were definitely people who said I shouldn’t wear my glasses. But I hate contacts. I’m not getting Lasik and I’m pretty blind, so I’m wear my glasses. My mother wore her glasses never did her nails or made up her hair. I’ve never called myself a feminist, I just was one since birth.

I never thought women were less than in any way until I got to high school. I remember that feeling when men and boys made fun of me. You’d say a joke and they’d say it louder. That’s why I wanted to be funny. I got competitive with boys who thought that they were overpowering and more funny. I just got louder and funnier. I became somewhat of a clown. I was like, “I’m funny and loud too so let’s bring it.” I’ve always had that combative attitude. A lot of times, after a show, some crew guy will say, “You’re really good, you’re really funny.” He’s shocked that I’m funny or that I’m good. I used to get mad when we were first touring. Tour guides would look down on me and ask all the stupid questions they’d never ask a guy. I try to laugh it off and maybe I make a snarky comment and make them feel stupid. I believe in myself and I’m very supportive of my female friends and artists. When I first started, there were definitely people who said I shouldn’t wear my glasses. But I hate contacts. I’m not getting Lasik and I’m pretty blind, so I’m wear my glasses. My mother wore her glasses never did her nails or made up her hair. I’ve never called myself a feminist, I just was one since birth.

(Source: berrysarfatis)

heyitsemele:

pastelmorgue:

eradicategirlhate:

you ever thought that maybe the reason girls say they’re fine when they’re not, or they’re not mad when they are, is because the second they show any semblance of emotion they’re written off as hysterical bitches that are probably on their period?

THE FUCKING DA VINCI CODE HAS BEEN CRACKED

Reblogging again, because this will never be irrelevant. 

What’s your favorite song from “Lights Out”? Or your favorite Ingrid song from any album? Feel free to share your stories and experiences because I love hearing about things other people love. Yaknow?

We assume others show love the same way we do — and if they don’t, we worry it’s not there.

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