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Angelina Jolie photographed by Marcel Indik in 1997


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evilswan:

"Oh I love…I love that kind of stuff. I mean, you’ve known me for awhile, anything…you stick me on a rig or fly me around or something, I do get really happy. I’m a big kid at heart."


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I usually try to look for something I haven’t done before, a side of me that I haven’t completely explored. There’s a truth in acting, and there is a very real part of me that can understand that or can believe in that or can see the beauty of that or see the ugliness in that and the statement that needs to be made.

So it’s all kind of me.



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favourite celebrity meme

↳ 1/4 photoshoots - Interview Magazine Photoshoot (1997)


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Anonymous sent: do you think a woman can tell she's also attracted to women before she had any sexual experience ?

bookwormkat:

365daysofjolie:

thorinbaggins:

365daysofjolie:

Of course! :)

I was attracted to women long before I had any sexual experience with them. Hell, I was attracted to women before I had any sexual experience whatsoever.

You don’t need to have sex with someone to know that you’re attracted to them. You don’t need to have sex with anybody, period. Your feelings are valid, and there is no need to “prove” them (whether it’s to yourself or to others) by having sex.

I’m assuming you asked this question because it concerns you on a personal level, so please know that I’m always happy to listen and help you out where I can. I know what it’s like to be confused about your sexuality (I’ve been there), and you can literally ask me anything. :)

So like, I wouldn’t be against dating girls, but sex isn’t an option, yet I want sex with guys. WHAT DOES THAT MAKE ME? LIKE IM SORRY BUT I DONT FIND VAGINAS APPEALING CUZ I HAVE ONE AND I’D RATHER NOT? BUT THEN AGAIN PENIS IS GROSS TOO.

I WILL FOREVER BE CONFUSED.

The truth is that sexuality is a continuum and it can change and you don’t have to “be” anything, except what you decide you are. Now I don’t think others can really tell you what you are, what they can do is give you pointers and make assumptions from what you tell them, but I think that’s as far as it goes.

That being said, the term ‘biromantic’ exists. It’s a term that stems from the ace community but maybe it’s what you’re looking for. Here. I do know people that identify as biromantic straight or biromantic homosexual, or … [the list goes on].

(Also, just a friendly reminder that equating vaginas to women and penises to men is problematic. Some women don’t have vaginas, and some men don’t have penises.)

PS: I don’t find genitalia particularly appealing either. :D

Why do humans feel the need to give names to everything? Why does it matter “what” you are? I call myself happy. I don’t like stating a specific sexuality, it’s just restrictive and problematic.

Those labels exist to help people who otherwise tend to feel very much alone in a world where heterosexuality is labeled as the norm. Labels have often made it and still make it possible to

— create visibility for people that do not fit what we are told on a daily basis is “the norm”,
— establish communities for people like me (as in people this society wouldn’t even bother to acknowledge much less support otherwise because we’re “different”)
— and to build safe spaces where we actually, at least most of the time, are allowed to talk about our feelings, experiences, needs and desires without being threatened or being told that we are sick, freaks or belong in Hell.

If you find that labels restrict you, then don’t use them. Personally, it’s the reason why I don’t label myself as []-romantic. It doesn’t help me, I don’t need it, so why bother? Other people might find it helpful, and others might think it’s trendy. The focus should always be on those who find it helpful.

If we lived in a discrimination-free society that would acknowledge the fact that we are all just humans that have a right to express themselves and their feelings towards one another without getting judged (or worse yet abused, raped or killed), I’d happily toss aside all my labels. The sad thing is that we don’t.

All in all, labels are there for people, not the other way around.



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Angelina Jolie photographed by Araldo di Crollalanza in 1994


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Anonymous sent: do you think a woman can tell she's also attracted to women before she had any sexual experience ?

thorinbaggins:

365daysofjolie:

Of course! :)

I was attracted to women long before I had any sexual experience with them. Hell, I was attracted to women before I had any sexual experience whatsoever.

You don’t need to have sex with someone to know that you’re attracted to them. You don’t need to have sex with anybody, period. Your feelings are valid, and there is no need to “prove” them (whether it’s to yourself or to others) by having sex.

I’m assuming you asked this question because it concerns you on a personal level, so please know that I’m always happy to listen and help you out where I can. I know what it’s like to be confused about your sexuality (I’ve been there), and you can literally ask me anything. :)

So like, I wouldn’t be against dating girls, but sex isn’t an option, yet I want sex with guys. WHAT DOES THAT MAKE ME? LIKE IM SORRY BUT I DONT FIND VAGINAS APPEALING CUZ I HAVE ONE AND I’D RATHER NOT? BUT THEN AGAIN PENIS IS GROSS TOO.

I WILL FOREVER BE CONFUSED.

The truth is that sexuality is a continuum and it can change and you don’t have to “be” anything, except what you decide you are. Now I don’t think others can really tell you what you are, what they can do is give you pointers and make assumptions from what you tell them, but I think that’s as far as it goes.

That being said, the term ‘biromantic’ exists. It’s a term that stems from the ace community but maybe it’s what you’re looking for. Here. I do know people that identify as biromantic straight or biromantic homosexual, or … [the list goes on].

(Also, just a friendly reminder that equating vaginas to women and penises to men is problematic. Some women don’t have vaginas, and some men don’t have penises.)

PS: I don’t find genitalia particularly appealing either. :D