mikeysvevo:

if luke ever called me princess i think i would black out

Int:so “Steal my Girl” is your new single…(x)

itscityzen:

lourryshots:

they’re in the middle of a worldwide tour and they have another one next year and four is #1 on itunes without even being released yet WHO RUN THE WORLD

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kindofsharethat:

as harry’s buns grow bigger so does my lifespan

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popunklouis:

Just a reminder that were only at 10% of the goal for Louis’ annual birthday charity!!! Please donate if you can!!!!

Anonymous
You saying all that stuff Harry does (ex: twirling) breaks gender norms is actually you being sexist, lol. By thinking that only girls can do that stuff. So automatically if a guy twirls or shakes his hips, he's automatically a gender-neutral crusader? Harry literally does nothing that would lead anyone to think that... A guy painting his nails or wearing a mesh top doesn't mean he is feminine just FYI!

liampaypal:

i don’t personally believe gender norms should be a thing. i don’t think there’s much in life that needs to be given a gender at all, to be honest.

that doesn’t mean that western society has been enforcing gender norms for thousands of years and as they have not yet been broken down or forgotten about, it’s not a safe, thoughtless act of nothingness to break conventional stereotypes.

let’s roll with the nail polish example. nail polish is conventionally, stereotypically feminine - which isn’t right, it isn’t nice, it’s stupid; but both myself and harry styles live in a world based on patriarchy and homophobia and misogyny and incredibly strict beauty standards for both men and women.

even if we forget typically gendered items for a second - even in items that should have no gender, society applies gender. there’s men’s SUNSCREEN and PENS FOR WOMEN for fuck’s sake. 

do i believe sunscreen and pens are different for men and women? of course not. but i’m not stupid enough to ignore the fact that that’s what society and the media are feeding us.

yes, nail polish SHOULD be gender-neutral. it clearly is, as men wear it. but for a man to wear nail polish in society’s current climate is still an act of bravery. do you think a businessman could walk into an office with nail polish on without turning a few heads? but do you think anyone would look twice if his female counterpart was wearing nail polish? there shouldn’t be standards. but there are.

makeup is for all genders but that doesn’t change the fact that DMV said no makeup for boy’s drivers licence photo.

clothing is for all genders but men still get slammed for wearing skirts or dresses.

HARRY WEARING NAIL POLISH IN PUBLIC, GROWING HIS HAIR LONG, AND MAKING BOLD FASHION CHOICES, IS ALL AN ACT OF BRAVERY. not brave as “trying to be a girl” but BRAVE FOR BEING HIMSELF RATHER THAN THE PERSON THE MEDIA TELLS HIM HE HAS TO BE SO HE CAN BE SUCCESSFUL AS A MALE ARTIST OR TO BE A ‘REAL MAN’. STOP TRYING TO TAKE THAT AWAY FROM HARRY AND HIS QUEER FANS.

(pssssst - i’m not a girl, and i wear nail polish! sorry to burst your bubble about how i’m soooo sexist about nail polish!)

kittenstyles:

kittenstyles:

harry always look so good in germany wtf what is in their water

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