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lindsaylohoean:

me when i find out i have a substitute for my worst subject 

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chemicaltribe:

John Frusciante - Moments Have You

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crash-mcbarason:

"i love your art, what program do you use?"

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gwenstacye:

make me choose meme: peter parker or scott mccall

You owe the world your gifts. You just have to figure out how to use them and know that wherever they take you, we’ll always be here. So, come on home, Peter.

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dekutree:

i got 20/20 but i still can’t see my haters

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"I was so lucky to grow up in the ‘90s. It was the revolution, it really was. There’s such a fucking plethora of amazing music to pick from, from Hole to Bikini Kill to L7 to Babes in Toyland to Elastica. There was Kim Gordon. There were so many women. It was just such an awesome time. I really hope that happens again. I think it’s been a good twenty years, so, usually things go in cycles. I’m hoping that maybe in the mainstream, female-driven rock ‘n roll or just rock ‘n roll in general kind of gets its place again. You know? It’s been dominated by dance music and I agree with Shirley Manson actually, she says it’s because of 9/11. And that’s absolutely where things kind of changed. We all got very PC and didn’t want to rock the boat and just wanted to hear meaningless fluff, I guess."

- Brody Dalle (via queenbandbabyduck)

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Warpaint backstage at Coachella.

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thoughtsofaddiction:

itsmildred:

Coke by Allan Salas (Self-Portrait)

Bitter sweet memories

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"Well, my mom is a single mom. She grew up in a different era, and she kind of rebelled against that era. She’s kind of wild and opinionated and confrontational. Growing up with that, I think, was really good for me to see. So I’ve never been afraid of that in women, I never thought it was weird or odd or unacceptable. I never really even realized that I was a girl. I mean, I knew I was a girl, but I was never told that I couldn’t do something because of my vagina. The possibilities were endless. And you could tell someone to fuck off or have an opinion or go next door and knock on the door looking for me with your shirt off and your boobs out scaring the neighborhood. (laughs) I grew up with a really feminist, politically active mom and I’m really grateful for it. And the older I get, and having kids of my own, I just appreciate it and I’m grateful for it.
I’ve never thought of women as unequal. I know we still don’t get paid the same amount and there’s all kinds of injustices toward women, women don’t own their bodies in certain countries, they don’t have rights in certain countries, and I just can’t— it fucking blows my mind. It blows my mind that there’s still that kind of demoralization going on. And then you look at what’s happening in Russia, I feel like they’re going backwards. Gay people? Are you fucking out of your mind?
But yes, I am 100% feminist. It’s not that I’m not man-ist. I’m pro-human, but women have fucking taken… they have really taken a pounding right from the beginning on all kinds of levels, spiritual, mental, physical. There’s been a lot of psychic damage. I’m absolutely pro-female, I feel really connected to women."

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Brody Dalle, 2014 | “What role has feminism played in your life?” [X]

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