There are no stupid questions; just stupid people

Well I’ve just decided to go for it because that was the gut feeling I got, that was what my intuition was telling me. As a songwriter, I try to stay really open to intuition and inspiration and impulses. I knew I had to make this album the way it has turned out. I knew I wanted it to be different than every album that I’ve done before and out of respect for the country music community who I love and adore, I felt it was best to just be honest with them about what the album was and just be very very truthful about the fact that it is a pop album.

—Taylor Swift on 1989 being her first pop album (via immabefearless)

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The only thing that I saw was incredible acclaim and praise and that’s just me going off of what I’m plugged into which is my fan base of real girls out in the world living their lives and when they saw their favorite actress get up in front of the UN and say what she said, I wish when I was younger, I wish when I was 12 years old I’d been able to watch a video of my favorite actress explaining in such an intellectual, beautiful, poignant way the definition of feminism because I would’ve understood it and then earlier on in my life I would’ve proudly claimed that I was a feminist because I would’ve understood what the word means. So many girls out there say “I’m not a feminist” cause they think it means something angry or disgruntled or complaining. They picture like rioting and picketing, it is not that at all, it just simply means that you believe that women and men should have equal rights and opportunities and to say that you’re not a feminist means that you think men should have more rights and opportunities than women. I just think a lot of girls don’t know the definition and the fact that Emma got up and explained it is I think an incredible thing and I’m happy to live in a world where that happened.

—Taylor Swift on Emma getting hate for her speech on Tout Le Monde En Parle (via xloveswift)

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Honestly, I think that I cheer on anybody who is living their life on their own terms and wearing what they want to wear and representing what they want to represent. I think that no other female artist should be able to tell me to wear less clothes and I’m not gonna tell any other female artist to wear more clothes. You know what I’m saying? As long as it’s their idea, and they’re expressing their sexuality or they’re expressing their strength or it makes them feel like a woman to perform a certain way or dress a certain way. I just think that as long as it’s coming from them and they’re living their life on their own terms, I cheer them on. Honestly.

—Taylor Swift on not “acting up” like Miley Cyrus and Britney Spears on Tout Le Monde En Parle (via immabefearless)

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sawmestarttobelieve:

Wonderstruck, Wonderstruck Enchanted, Taylor, Incredible Things

Wait there’s a fourth one??

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It’s a lot easier to be angry at someone than it is to tell them you’re hurt.

—Tom Gates (via suspend)

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Don’t ever feel bad for making a decision that upsets other people. You are not responsible for their happiness. You are responsible for your happiness.

—Isaiah Henkel (via mermaidporn)

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l1berum:

there is a huge difference between genuinely liking someone and liking the attention they give you and it took me a long time to realise that

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We assume others show love the same way we do — and if they don’t, we worry it’s not there.

— Anonymous (via psych-facts)

lunacase:

i just love this photo so much i reblog it like every week 

lunacase:

i just love this photo so much i reblog it like every week 

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