The strength of [Orange is the New Black] isn’t that it’s universal and isn’t even that it’s women-specific, but that it tells the stories of the types of women who don’t get their stories told in our culture: black women, Hispanic women, fat women, butch women, bi women, old women, immigrant women, uneducated women – and even a trans woman’s story. When the season is done, you will be astonished at the vast range of women you’ve been exposed to and if you reflect on it, will probably be a little depressed that such stories are so rare in our culture.
"it’s what’s inside that makes you beautiful" *the demon possessing my body blushes*
Imagine if marriage didn’t exist, and you’re a guy asking a woman to get married. Imagine what that conversation would be like (x)
the gang marries their costars →Kaitlin Olson (Dee) and Rob McElhenney (Mac)Jill Latiano (Caylee) and Glenn Howerton (Dennis)Mary Elizabeth Ellis (The Waitress) and Charlie Day (Charlie)
COMING SOON [speakers blow out] TO OWN ON DVD [children scramble for the remote] AND VIDEO CASSETTE [atomic bomb explodes in living room]