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One of the best visual representations of the double standards subjected to all women on a daily basis. Reconsider the next time you toss about the words in column 3.

this is important

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-A Thousand Dollar Tan Line
and then compare it to ATTD:

V: Hey, do you think this thing…will ever get more normal?
L: What, like will we ever hang at the mall and hold hands and buy each other teddy bears with hearts that say “I wuv you bear-y much”?
V: Yes, exactly that. Except I want my bear won through some sort of demonstration of ring tossing ability.
L: [Softly] Well, secrets are kinda hot, too.

Despite that at that point, Veronica was already hardened and cynical, she was still obviously longing for normal. It honestly made me sad, but not surprised, that it was Duncan who apparently gave her a bear; sadder, that she wanted the same from Logan as well, consciously or not, the first time they got together. Logan and she aren’t bears and winter carnivals. They’re vengeance and wrath and seedy motels and girl’s bathrooms. It took time for Veronica to get that, and it took time for her to want and accept that. The fact that she hung on to Duncan so tightly in S2 is a testament to that.
And so maybe, the trial-and-error thing that they did wasn’t so bad after all. If any, this just makes me appreciate how far our bbs have grown. What’s amazing is that they come back together, despite them being the changed and better version of themselves. Spanning years and continents indeed.

"The movie was PERFECTION. I loved it, and I hope they’re making a sequel. The movie was well worth the wait."

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…the point is NOT that Veronica chooses Logan over Piz, or even that she chooses Neptune over NYC, but that Veronica chooses her true self over the one that society claims is “best” for her.

-Anna Verity, feminist VMars scholar (via julietohara)

(Source: rachelfershleiser, via robthomasbookclub)

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