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Jackie. 15. Vermont
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queerpotters:

sherlocksmyth:

I have a friend who is dyslexic and one time he said “I put the sexy into dyslexia” and he waited for like thirty seconds and just went “fuck.”

faantasmic:

"i’m free."

rest in peace, robin williams.

fandomsandfeminism:

lizardvvizard:

representation-isms:

Do you ever get rly pissed because the hunger games films could’ve told such a deep story with themes that reflect our own society’s oppressive systems

but instead they whitewashed the main leads, erased their disabilities, and pretty much romanticized the violence

The degree to which THG movies play into exactly the things the story condemns will never not be staggering to me

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sheerdisneymagic:

sabryth:

apricotedits:

Disney Name Meme | A u d r e y

first letter → a favorite character: Aladdin

I love this movie but how does no one notice that Aladdin doesn’t actually seem to have anything more to him? Like, what is the more that is there? The fact that he’s not hungry for money and power?

Aladdin went hungry so that children could have at least something to eat. He saved them from being trampled. He was the diamond in the ruff that could enter the Cave of Wonders. He was surrounded by gold and jewels, things that could make his starvation and poverty go away in an instant, and he didn’t even consider taking anything but the lamp. Aladdin was willing to give up the girl of his dreams and a cushy life as a prince just to keep his promise to Genie and set him free. 

It’s not that he wasn’t hungry for money and power, but that he valued his morals and friendship more than he valued a better life for himself.

I’d say he’s a lot more than just a street rat.

wired-infornography:

revenge-of-the-sock-puppets:

tattooposer:

wait what

THIS IS THE GREATEST THING I HAVE EVER BEEN A PART OF ON TUMBLR MY LIFE IS WORTH IT.

Bless this post, this may be the best dashmash in history.

If you’re not sure why, here’s the deal.  The problem with the Gwen Stacy character is just that, she’s not a character, she’s a plot device. At least as far as when she was first introduced back in the 70’s. She was cute, she was nice, she put up with Peter’s eccentricities, but other than that she wasn’t notable in any way.  The only actual significant thing about her character is that she dies in order to ramp up Spidey’s personal drama.  Check out this video from MovieBob if you want a full breakdown of the history.

Suffice it to say that even if you try and elevate her character in other Spider-Man works, like making her a scientist in TASM movies, if you’re going to stick true to the comic source then you’re stuck with having a character who is ultimately a dyed-in-the-wool manifestation of the Woman in Refrigerators trope.