I Am Me

taylorswift:

dressuplikehipsters:

taylor is creeping on tumblr right now like

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Accurate.

free-your-mind:

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monica-geller:

saying that taylor swift (or any female songwriter) is immature for calling out people who have wronged/upset her through her songs is gross and perpetuates the idea that women need to be submissive and just let it go when people treat them badly

invalidating a woman’s…

dressuplikehipsters:

she’s the best

From why she doesn’t take sexy selfies to why she dances at awards shows, here’s what didn’t fit into her third Rolling Stone cover story

We followed Taylor Swift for days, getting all the details on her pop coming-out party, 1989 — and learned a little about living under the constant eye…

thebentley13:

Do you remember the first time you heard your own song on the radio? (x)

taylorswift:

This is what happened:

Also important to note:

You’ve got to love Taylor Swift and what she has done. I equate her with Bruce Springsteen. I wrote a piece about her in Country Weekly magazine a while back, about an older guy’s feelings for Taylor Swift. I can’t identify too much with some of the songs she sings — I’m 65 years old, for crying out loud — but do I love her? Yes, I do. I think she’s a great example for kids these days. Do I think she’s gonna get bigger and bigger and bigger? I’d say the sky is the limit for Taylor.
Joe Bonsall on Taylor (x)
I respect her as an artist. She writes most of her music, and she deals with the critics and everybody. She’s just a sweet person, and the way she treats her fans is really an inspiration to me and how I want to treat my fans. She’s very involved and, I mean, look at her shows. … I just think she’s a great role model for kids. I think girls that look up to her are looking up to a good girl, and she’s an amazing artist.
Cole Swindell on Taylor Swift (x)