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I’d rather live failing than spend my days never trying. Failing doesn’t make me a failure. Failing means I am trying. It means I am stepping beyond my fears and striving for something more. Failing just means that next time I have learn from my mistakes and form them into my triumphs.

So I’m going to try, and if and when I fail I’m going to take a deep breath, and then try again.


- Dele Olanubi (via bealightinthedark)

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Aparna Nancherla // The Super Serious Show
The Mischief at SXSW 2013
*Photo by Rebecca Rotenberg







hey man

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Yes so hard

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Every Pixar movie summarized in terrible Microsoft Paint drawings.

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so Charlotte Bronte read Emma by Jane Austen and was really interested in this minor character named Jane Fairfax who was poor and would have been a governess had she not married well and then Bronte wrote her own novel exploring the plight of the poor governess who married this guy named Edward Fairfax Rochester in a novel called Jane Eyre and my point is don’t let anyone tell you shit about fanfiction.

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“The bottom line is that saying there are differences in male and female brains is just not true. There is pretty compelling evidence that any differences are tiny and are the result of environment not biology,” said Prof Rippon.

“You can’t pick up a brain and say ‘that’s a girls brain, or that’s a boys brain’ in the same way you can with the skeleton. They look the same.”

Prof Rippon points to earlier studies that showed the brains of London black cab drivers physically changed after they had acquired The Knowledge – an encyclopaedic recall of the capital’s streets.
She believes differences in male and female brains are due to similar cultural stimuli. A women’s brain may therefore become ‘wired’ for multi-tasking simply because society expects that of her and so she uses that part of her brain more often. The brain adapts in the same way as a muscle gets larger with extra use.

“What often isn’t picked up on is how plastic and permeable the brain is. It is changing throughout out lifetime

“The world is full of stereotypical attitudes and unconscious bias. It is full of the drip, drip, drip of the gendered environment.”

Prof Rippon believes that gender differences appear early in western societies and are based on traditional stereotypes of how boys and girls should behave and which toys they should play with.



Men and Women Do Not Have Different Brains, Claims Neuroscientist (via thegendercritic)

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science facts: did u know that if you laid 3 elephants end to end on a basketball court, the game would be cancelled? what an incredible world we live in.

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don’t bring anything to a knife fight


don’t even go everyone there has knives

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"Carrie seems so cool and precise, but she’s hiding an inner goofball." - Amy Poehler


"talk dirty to me"


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