Marwan Kenzari as Yusuf al-Kaysani
The Old Guard, 2020
We’re sisters who pray together, play together, speaking our truth to whoever can be arsed to listen.
SARAH KAMEELA IMPEY as SAIRA in WE ARE LADY PARTS
Stunning Surreal Photography Collages by Hüseyin Şahin
Rationality versus irrationality, fantasy versus reality, logic as opposed to magic create constraints in our imagination as we grow up; we undergo a continuous struggle within ourselves, curbing our childlike curiosity and our desire to explore. However, Istanbul-based visual artist Hüseyin Şahin broke free of these limitations to compose surrealistic scenes.
WE ARE LADY PARTS (2021-????)
dir. Nida Manzoor
Asexual and aromantic people always belong in the LGBTQIAP+ community, full stop.
[Image: Two graphics with colored text on a patterned off-white background. The first reads “Asexual people always belong in the LGBTQ community” in purple; the second reads “Aromantic people always belong in the LGBTQ community” in green.]
If i wanted to see that many mediocre white men crying all the time i would just go to a pub while a football match is on
I loved your fear street 1994 gifset with the mall and the road. Do you think you could make a gifset of the scenery in that movie? If you don’t take requests feel free to ignore this ask :)
I hope you meant 1994 part… if yes then I tried :)
FEAR STREET PART 1: 1994
“The pressure is always so high for women, I feel blessed that I look like me. I’ve always had to love myself, through everyone else’s expectations, because there’s nothing that I could do to fit into their ideal. I’m not going to hurt myself. I’m not going to belittle myself. I know who I am and where I come from, and my people are beautiful. I’m not going to do anything but honor that.”
Wunmi Mosaku for ESSENCE magazine (July/August 2021)
Do you think it's weird to reblog a post without first liking it? I do, it seems rude to me
this is a website
“As COVID-19 devastates the world, it seems joyless to waste energy on criticizing a series that’s brought so many people much-needed pleasure. But consider the background of this crisis in terms of the show: COVID-19 has given new fire to Islamophobia in India, a year after nationalist strongman, Narendra Modi, and his BJP party were re-elected through a campaign funded, in part, by upper caste Indian-Americans that resemble Devi’s family. The first act of this government was to place Kashmir under lockdown and then to launch one of the largest genocidal projects in the world with the passage of the Citizenship Amendment Act. This same man, the “Butcher of Gujarat” is affectionately mentioned by Devi’s mom, who shakes her head at the idea that he would ever have to get Postmates. Imagine a white woman in Degrassi making the same joke about Hitler or Mussolini.”