Words cannot always bear the truth of sheer intuition.
"One thing I think our movie fights for, and I will fight for as a person, is that it’s a woman’s right not just to choose but to have complex feelings about that choice."
Jenny Slate on Obvious Child (via sarahelink)
"There’s a real difference between saying, “Hey everyone, let’s all get together and speak in one voice, and create one place for ourselves,” and “No, there should be equal places for everybody—all the voices talking at once, all the different ones.” There’s not just one voice for women, there’s not just one time for women in comedy, there’s not one project that speaks for all women. You have to be really careful to watch out for the difference between banding together, and being grouped together by people who don’t understand you."
Jenny Slate, star of the upcoming “abortion-themed romantic comedy” Obvious Child, talking about why romantic comedies with strong female perspectives aren’t more prevalent. Read the full interview with Slate and Obvious Child director Gillian Robespierre. (via thedissolve)
Every romance movie ever
- straight white cis couple: we can't be together
- straight white cis couple: oh wait we literally can
"I felt that the world, that life could be transformed and made more in keeping with thought and feeling."
René Magritte, “La Ligne de vie (Lifeline),” 1938 (via moma)