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How True to Life is 'Masters of Sex'? We Asked Book's Author Thomas Maier →

[Masters of Sex] is getting to a greater truth to what was going on. When Virginia Johnson read my book… [she] basically said ‘You know Tom, I read your book, and now that I think about it, I guess I really did love him,’ I almost fell off my chair because she had been - she would say ‘Well you know I didnt really love him,’ and she said that throughout the book. But her actions belied that. It was clear from her actions that they were both crazy about one another in their own, you know, kind of very odd, very utilitarian way. But they were mesmerized by one another, even when they were fighting. Their story, a lot of it has to do with attraction and repulsion. It’s almost like two magnets - they’re both attracted and at times if you flip them around the other way they repel each other. That was a big part of their relationship.

(Source: examroom5)



leepacey:

pcpertowns:

male celebrities for Emma Watson’s #heforshe

amazing

look at all these white men 

luke pasqualino is not white

the guy with keifer sutherland, ahmad alhendawi, the UN secretary envoy for youth, is not white

can we not completely erase people of color when they’re present in things