“The idea of fame or recognition, I don’t want that at all. I love acting because you discover billions of things about yourself, you feel so free, like a bird, but suddenly that bird gets caged. Because you’re always hiding, in that sense.”Suraj Sharma for Mr Porter, 2013. Photographs by Mark Sanders.
reblogging for use of Kirk’s fancy space princess wrap blouse.
They look amazing. The green shirt never looked so good.
holy hell im in love
OMG YES!!!!!!!! BEAUTIFUL
(Yves) Saint Laurent Paris. Menswear.
I think this marks the first time, in high fashion, a female model dressed up for a menswear campaign and it’s awesome.
Dude. DUDE!!! HOLY— IDEAS IDEAS IDEAAAS!!!
Oh, these are marvelousbrilliant!
Dating sims are yet to hit big in the U.S., but they’re hugely popular in Japan. Combining text adventure game format with teen romance novel plot lines, a dating sim lets you game your way to a romantic relationship with another character. Any character. Even a dinosaur.
Often reliant on anime storyline tropes, dating sims are popular with young teenagers (although, ahem, there are plenty of adult-rated games available). New online dating sim Jurassic Heart follows a typical storyline of a nervous high school student going on a date with her crush. But there’s one significant difference. Her crush is a Tyrannosaurus rex.
Complete with a cheesy soundtrack, Jurassic Heart is a pretty simple example of the visual novel/dating sim genre. The player’s first storyline decision is easy enough: “Let’s see, which hair clip shall I go for?”
I picked the “meat on the bone” clip on the assumption that my date (to reiterate: a carnivorous dinosaur) might find that the most appealing option.
In Jurassic Heart, you take the T-rex (nicknamed “Taira”) on a date to the music store to buy a ukulele. You see, there was an incident at music club when you startled Taira and made him drop his old ukulele, and you feel kind of guilty about it. Did I mention that you and Taira go to the same high school? Just go with it. [READ MORE]
Tumblr fandoms, as represented by Harry’s scar, Castiel’s eyes, Sherlock’s nose and cheekbones, Loki’s smile, and the Doctor’s bowtie.
When we come together, we become Kevin Bacon.
Well I mean it doesn’t look that much like Kevi-
ACTUALLY WAIT SCRATCH THAT WE’RE ALL KEVIN BACON.
This post is making me so uncomfortable.
Kevin Bacon, centre of the universe
Forget Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, we are all Kevin Bacon
I am he as you are he as you are me and we are all together
*kind of wants to trigger the KevinBacopalypse*
Two young men tied the knot in a rare South African gay wedding in KwaDukuza (Stanger) on Saturday.
In what was described as the town’s first gay marriage, Tshepo Modisane and Thoba Sithole, both 27, walked down the aisle in front of 200 guests at the Stanger Siva Sungam community hall.
The wedding was a jubilant, exciting affair, attracting even uninvited members of the local community.
Thoba, a Joburg-based IT specialist, is from Shakaville, KwaDukuza and Tshepo an audit manager at PwC. They have known each other for years and dated on and off, before stabilising their relationship.
Now that they are wedded, they will take on the double-barrelled surname of Sithole-Modisane. The couple appeared to enjoy the support from the community, family and friends.
“Thoba is a really nice guy, very fun and outgoing,” said Loyiso Xaba, a family friend.
Another wedding guest, Bongani Sibisi, said: “They are an inspiration and step in the right direction.”
“This is my first wedding of this kind,” said Pastor Tankiso Mokwena, who married the couple.
In an interview on gay lifestyle website mambaonline.com, Thoba said about the relationship: “Since we are both men we have decided that neither of us will pay lobolo. The most we will do is to buy gifts for our parents as a sign of appreciation for raising us.”
The couple are reportedly planning to have children through a surrogate.
“Family is important to us and that is the number one reason why we want to have children,” said Thoba.
“We also want our children to grow up in an environment where they are loved greatly by both parents who appreciate them.”
Tshepo said one of the reasons they chose to be so open was that they “hope to inspire people out there who are still struggling to come to terms with their sexuality”.
“We see no reason to hide in darkness as if there is something to be ashamed about.
“Our marriage is largely symbolic and a sign that black gay men can commit and build a family through a happy and loving marriage,” he said.
#this is great for many obvious reasons #but also great because look! black africans doing just fine with the love and support of their community! #a happy story about black africans without any white saviors! #how fucking novel