We’ve had an endgame in mind, and now going into three seasons that endgame, it’s modified but it hasn’t changed so we’ve been able to push it down the road a little further each season and still manage to put a good shape to a season and save the big reveal for the culmination of the show….I think we know what the show’s final three episodes are. — Graeme Manson and John Fawcett talk Orphan Black endgame (x)

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When I started making those weird voices, a lot of people told me how whack it was,” she says, “‘What the fuck are you doing?’ they’d say. ‘Why do you sound like that? That doesn’t sound sexy to me.’ And then I started saying, Oh, that’s not sexy to you? Good. I’m going to do it more. Maybe I don’t want to be sexy for you today. — Nicki Minaj (via hotsenator)

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I wouldn’t mind, but splitting children’s books strictly along gender lines is not even good publishing. Just like other successful children’s books, The Hunger Games was not aimed at girls or boys; like JK Rowling, Roald Dahl, Robert Muchamore and others, Collins just wrote great stories, and readers bought them in their millions. Now, Dahl’s Matilda is published with a pink cover, and I have heard one bookseller report seeing a mother snatching a copy from her small son’s hands saying “That’s for girls” as she replaced it on the shelf.

You see, it is not just girls’ ambitions that are being frustrated by the limiting effects of “books for girls”, in which girls’ roles are all passive, domestic and in front of a mirror. Rebecca Davies, who writes the children’s books blog at Independent.co.uk, tells me that she is equally sick of receiving “books which have been commissioned solely for the purpose of ‘getting boys reading’ [and which have] all-male characters and thin, action-based plots.” What we are doing by pigeon-holing children is badly letting them down. And books, above all things, should be available to any child who is interested in them.

Gender-specific books demean all our children. So the Independent on Sunday will no longer review anything marketed to exclude either sex - Comment - Voices - The Independent (via aimmyarrowshigh)

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Breaking Bad won the first solo Drama writing award for a woman in 20 years.
Writer Moira Walley-Beckett the first solo woman to win the award in the Drama category since Ann Biderman won for NYPD Blue in 1994.
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Breaking Bad won the first solo Drama writing award for a woman in 20 years.

Writer Moira Walley-Beckett the first solo woman to win the award in the Drama category since Ann Biderman won for NYPD Blue in 1994.

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Daily Show correspondent Michael Che tries to find a safe place to report from.

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“I went through it all on set: I fell in love with a woman, and I watched my life play out on screen. And now, as we are gearing up for the release of season 2, it feels liberating and appropriate to live my life in front of you.”

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Piano Man- Zack & Aaron (Anthony Morigerato)

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