showtimeallaccess:

Exciting news! We are proud to announce that we’re bringing back the groundbreaking SHOWTIME series QUEER AS FOLK and THE L WORD in June in honor of gay pride month. All seasons of both series will re-air on SHOWTIME SHOWCASE from June through November. From June 2nd through June 30th, back-to-back episodes of both critically-acclaimed series will be offered Monday through Friday at 8 p.m. ET/PT. Then, starting on July 3rd, back-to-back episodes will air every Thursday night through November 13th. These iconic series were hailed for tackling important issues and shattering stereotypes, and were both honored by the GLAAD Media Awards for Outstanding Drama Series.

  
27May14reblog

WOMEN IN TVD GUYS

  
20May14reblog

paulweasley:

you know when you’re in the shower and you get shampoo in your eye, so you just kinda stand there with one eye closed and like it’s no big deal, you just carry on showering, and then you get shampoo in your other eye and you stand there with both of your eyes closed like shit

  
20May14reblog
"Jared has grown up the most. He was 22 when he started the show. Now he’s in his 30s, he’s got two children, he’s married, he’s just a different person. It’s been cool to be a part of that and sit and watch him become a man. I like to think I helped him along the way with advice and stuff, but I’m very proud of the man he’s become."

Jensen Ackles (x)

  
20May14reblog

internal-acceptance-movement:

“Don’t do what you know on a gut level to be the wrong thing to do. Don’t stay when you know you should go or go when you know you should stay. Don’t fight when you should hold steady or hold steady when you should fight. Don’t focus on the short-term fun instead of the long-term fall out. Don’t surrender all your joy for an idea you used to have about yourself that isn’t true anymore. Don’t seek joy at all costs. I know it’s hard to know what to do when you have a conflicting set of emotions and desires, but it’s not as hard as we pretend it is. Saying it’s hard is ultimately a justification to do whatever seems like the easiest thing to do—have the affair, stay at that horrible job, end a friendship over a slight, keep loving someone who treats you terribly. I don’t think there’s a single dumbass thing I’ve done in my adult life that I didn’t know was a dumbass thing to do while I was doing it. Even when I justified it to myself—as I did every damn time—the truest part of me knew I was doing the wrong thing. Always. As the years pass, I’m learning how to better trust my gut and not do the wrong thing, but every so often I get a harsh reminder that I’ve still got work to do.”

— Dear Sugar, December 16, 2010 (via middlenameconfused)

  
20May14reblog

savingprivatebucky:

my photoshop proccess goes some like this

  • step 1: take 57 hours to find the right pictures and stock
  • step 2: take a 45 hour break
  • step 3: never actually produce anything
  • step 4: take a nap
  
20May14reblog
thecwspn:

There’ll be peace when I get done! Don’t miss the shocking season finale of Supernatural TONIGHT at 9/8c!

thecwspn:

There’ll be peace when I get done! Don’t miss the shocking season finale of Supernatural TONIGHT at 9/8c!

  
20May14reblog

I’ve been in your body, baby, and it was paradise. I’ve been in your body and it was a carnival ride.

  
20May14reblog