laoisepotter:

Don’t you hate it when there’s a perfect opportunity for lesbians and the writers just don’t?

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Files: #always
I'm still never gonna be over Whiterose tbh and Amanda was wrong because she never saw them interact. She didn't see the way Kenya was with Stahma. And I think honestly the only reason Kenya kept things between her and Stahma financial was because she freaked out so much after Nolan and the implications of being exclusive with someone that she didn't wanna do that with Stahma. But I don't think Stahma would've cared, so long as Kenya loved only her.

Is there anyone who’s over whiterose? I get why Amanda acted the way she acted, no matter what Stahma reasoning was, Kenya is still her sister and she’s dead. It’s not something they can undo. And Amanda is hurt of course. We say stuff when we mad/sad/hurt.

I also though about that. But I remember this scene where Stahma gives Kenya the money very persistently, so it’s the question who wanted to stay distant.

I’m interested what’s going to happen in season 3. What do you think?

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"Do you believe there is a demimonde? A half-world between what we know and what we fear? A place in the shadows, rarely seen but deeply felt. Where some unfortunate souls are cursed to live always." (Penny Dreadful, 01x01)

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persephoneholly:

Ron Weasley gives free ice cream to kids. Harry Potter talks about the importance of feminism and gay rights. Hermione Granger is a UN Goodwill Ambassador for Women.

The heroes of my childhood became the heroes of my adulthood.

Game of Thrones  +  Necklaces

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Anonymous
hi. could you explain to me why is the show called orphan black? because i didn't understand it yet.

thecloneclub:

the show’s title is explained in a scene between mrs. s and sarah in 1x08 (gifset here). ‘orphans in the black’ are undocumented children that are kept outside of the state system (whether it be the adoption system or the foster system). its primarily referring to sarah because she was an orphan hidden away, in this case, because project leda was after her. and they explain the title again in season 2 when mrs. s is talking to carlton and says: twenty years ago, you brought an orphan to my door. “put her in the black,” you said. “as black as it gets.” hope that helps :)

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rhydonmyhardon:

i hate it when flies fucking rub their stupid little shitty hands together like they’re plotting to ruin my life those tiny little bastards

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you remember how I was very resentful of the whole faking it premise

now it’s like one of my priority shows

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