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This blog supports bisexual women having relationships with men if that’s what makes them happy, and this blog defends their right to not be called hetero for these life choices.

imnotamisandristbut:

i’m not a misandrist but i think it’s pretty clear men are unfit for jobs in parliment. i mean, you try to have an intellectual discusscion with them about social issues, and their first instinct is to demand if equal rights means they can punch you. their brains just aren’t wired for talking to people / thinking through problems without using violence. get back to the gym, sweetheart

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❝ When you win a Tony, I’ve never won one, but I would assume that when you win a Tony, you want it to be for the thing that you feel really took the most heart from you. And that doesn’t happen all the time, but I think a person who loves the craft of this business, the craft of this work, would want to win for something that felt the most rewarding. And I look at something like Nice Work If You Can Get It and of course I would have loved to have won, but it was such a silly, fun, easy role. And here you have Audra McDonald pouring her heart out onstage and acting out a rape scene in Porgy and Bess and you think to yourself, ‘If I won singing ‘Someone to Watch Over Me’ holding a rifle getting laughs, if I won over Audra McDonald singing opera falling on the ground being raped, would that be fair? Would that be, like, artistically fair?’ and you say, ‘No. I’m a smart person, no.’ I did South Pacific, I loved South Pacific. I’m not gonna say that it’s really light fare because I had to journey through some subject matters that were very dark. But that up against, say, Patti LuPone playing Mama Rose where she’s ripping her heart out every night and singing, ‘Everything’s coming up—’ you think, well, no, that’s not it either. It’s not balanced, it’s not weighted. I remember someone like Victoria Clark winning for Light in the Piazza because she had ripped her heart in two every night. So if I ever win a Tony, I want it to be because it feels like I deserved it. ❞
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