You know, I’m not afraid to say that love is my favorite thing to write about. I’m completely and utterly enthralled by it because there are so many different kinds of love. There’s the crazy 100 mile-an-hour kinda love where you see red flags pop up around every corner but you ignore the warning signs. I’ve written about that. There’s the love that starts out with nothing more than a hello and somebody pulling your chair out for you. I’ve written about that too. Then there’s the types of love that I haven’t written about yet, like looking at a newborn baby for the first time or watching the stars with the love of your life after 60 years together. Someday I’ll write about that, but for now I can only draw inspiration from what I’m going through which happens to be those feelings of crazy love and toxic relationships that just crash and burn. To be criticized for that? I think it’s unfair.

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She may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but consider this: Every time a Taylor Swift song gets spun on country radio, that’s one less opportunity for the latest cookie-cutter “bro-country” product to get played.

If you want to know what country music without Miss Swift sounds like, just listen to the Top 10 this month (and last month and the month before): Far too many formulaic songs churned out on some endless Nashville music assembly line: Truck song, beer song, “Margaritaville” ripoff. Truck song, beer song, “Margaritaville” ripoff. Over and over again.

The Washington Times on Taylor Swift’s presence in Country Music (x)

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What I love most about Taylor Swift is her absolute refusal to live her life the way people want her to. Regardless of criticism, she’ll keep writing songs about boys, believing in love no matter how many times she gets hurt, and dancing in audiences like no one is watching. She doesn’t care what people think and that is mad inspiring

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So Taylor Swift isn’t overtly sexual, so she gives off the image of a “good girl” – if that’s who she is, then what’s wrong with that?
Feminism is about empowering women to make their own choices, to be who they are, to be treated with respect and to respect themselves. It certainly isn’t about pressuring young women to behave or present themselves in a certain way.

All those times I was alone in my bedroom, I was never alone, was I?

Part of Taylor’s speech during Mean tonight 2/4/14 (via onehandfeel)

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The saddest part is that a band who doesn’t speak for themselves won over a girl who speaks for us all.

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how does this


beat this


if you find out please let me know because I’m very confused

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after taylor performs all too well: jake descends from the ceiling and gives taylor her scarf back.

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