I'm Jenna. I'm 27 years old, I live in California, and I do graphic design. Things I love: my family, my friends, art, music, and having fun. I originally made this blog for girls who like girls, but really, it's for anyone to enjoy. Always be yourself. Stand up tall and be exactly who you want to be.
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Wait people are “up in arms” about it? Well that’s dumb. I just thought the scene was a bit ridiculous/outlandish but I’m sure there are some people out there that do it. I think a lot of lesbians just feel like it wasn’t believable and since there was a male directing it… I’m sure that factors into it too.
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So a while back Aja and I recorded a video of us doing the “Chubby Bunny” challenge. Well we’re back (lol) but this time we’re eating Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans (a la Harry Potter). This video is kinda long but holy shit it’s freakin’ hilarious. #ridiculousIknow #kidsatheart
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I liked the movie a lot, especially since most lesbian movies are so cheesy! I thought this one was good. A bit long though. Also the end was sad :( But yeah… I know there has been a lot of controversy surrounding the sex scenes. I thought it was cool that there was such a long scene, considering they never really do that in movies. Some of it was really realistic/intense and kinda hot, but other parts were just ridiculous. Like the fact that it’s supposed to be the one chick’s first time with a girl and they’re like… eating each others’ asses out for like 7 minutes… I dunno. I just thought there was too much ass play (but maybe that’s ‘cause I’m not into that). And they shoulda made it more like she didn’t know what she was doing and was nervous, etc. And I thought the same exact thing as you about the scissoring scene. Who does that?! Do people actually do that?! Haha. Overall I thought the movie was good though.
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You will always be my most beautiful cinematic love story.
ahhhh so cute!
A portrait of the always pretty @Pink. Taken at the Vanity Fair Oscars Party by Mark Seliger.
See more portraits of the stars here: http://www.vanityfair.com/vf-hollywood/vanity-fair-oscar-party-celebrity-portraits
she is so gorgeous.