Did Pride make you feel political about your sexuality? “It made me feel that people have to stop talking about the difference between people. The difference between England and Ireland, men and women, middle class and working class people, gay and straight people… It’s endless. People are more similar than we think. That is a political ideal I think. I feel enormously positive, maybe I’m too optimistic, but I think this ﬁlm will change attitudes. One of the reviews said it’s a ﬁlm that makes you want to punch the air - and that’s exactly how Pride made me feel.” - Andrew Scott
HP Goblet of Fire Headcanon: Beauxbatons was primarily a Muslim wizarding school.
(photo from livesandliesofwizards, which was the first thing I thought of when I ran into this passage while rereading the Harry Potter books)
(and yes I know the horses drink whisky, which is not exactly halal, sshhh)
be a pal and like people’s text posts. reblog their selfies. respond to their questions. even if you don’t know the answer and even if you’ve never really talked to them before. there’s nothing worse that feeling alone on a website where everyone promotes love and friendship.
a little scary
I'd like to believe that the people that have supported me in my work or identified with me in films, the people that feel they know me, they do and they don't have misconceptions - they understand. I believe that.
"I used to make long speeches to you after you left. I used to talk to you all the time, even though I was alone. I walked around for months talking to you. Now I don’t know what to say."
Paris, Texas (dir. by Wim Wenders, 1984)
everyone i’m attracted to is out of my league and in a different country