- I Am In Love, Even When I’m Not Saying “I Love You” To Anyone | Lora Mathis (via emotional-algebra)
- Virginia Woolf, Selected Essays. (via wordsnquotes)
woody allen, the irredeemable creep whose obvious misogyny was misinterpreted as creative genius by the college-boy mentality.
#gosh i wonder why sylvia plath’s poetry is important to young women when we’re bombarded with so much misogynistic literature written by ~the greats~ of the 20th century #if you want to talk about highly romanticized and overrated writers we can talk about bukowski hemingway kerouac ginsberg and so on #who were not only basic writers but were also vile people irl #i don’t understand how people can idolize pedophiles and wife beaters and then mock people who like plath? ~fionaapples
When I read The Bell Jar in college, I didn’t think it was romantic. I felt understood. And that it was incredibly sad. What an asshole.
- Tegan Quin (via c-oquetry)
- Ryan O’Connell (via rainysundaysandcoffee)