doctorwho:

Donna Noble, folks.

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claraseleven:

'Are you my mummy?'

Requested by anonymous

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marauders4evr:

This is one of the first things that I thought of when I saw that Book 4 of LOK would be set three years later.
If you were twelve when ATLA first came out, then nine year later, you’re going to be twenty-one when LOK ends. Which means that you were the same age as Aang when ATLA started and the same age as Korra when LOK finished.
And I don’t believe that this is a coincidence at all.

marauders4evr:

This is one of the first things that I thought of when I saw that Book 4 of LOK would be set three years later.

If you were twelve when ATLA first came out, then nine year later, you’re going to be twenty-one when LOK ends. Which means that you were the same age as Aang when ATLA started and the same age as Korra when LOK finished.

And I don’t believe that this is a coincidence at all.

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aammyy17:

DISNEY LEAGUE CHAMPIONS?
In love with this <3
Too perfect

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Joker: About the ones you went out with last..

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mamalaz:

The Legend of Footloose

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suburban-warrior:

Me with a Counterspell in hand

suburban-warrior:

Me with a Counterspell in hand

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kill-spooky:

queerpaz:

tits-in-a-toboggan:

I wasn’t aware that strong, sexually empowered women are in fact a demeaning social trope.
If you had ever played the games, or even mildly researched them, you’d know that Bayonetta is both highly sexualized for the benefit of the viewer AS WELL as being sexually empowered for herself. If you want to hate the former, you have to hate the latter, and that’s rather misogynistic, don’t you think?

okay theres a difference between real people choosing to be sexualised for their own benefit and men designing female characters to be sexualised
no matter how you wanna dress it up as this Fictional Character Created By Real People as making her own choices. she still in fact was made by a person who choose to make her look like that
yes, it is a problem that the person criticizing games does not research or play the game but you have to remember who makes the games and who is deciding that the character is empower by those things [hint: its cis het abled white men]

the designer of Bayonetta is female, Mari Shimazaki. she said that the design was a self projection power fantasy to empower herself while feeling beautiful, what she “aspires to be like”. for her own sake.
do your damn research.

kill-spooky:

queerpaz:

tits-in-a-toboggan:

I wasn’t aware that strong, sexually empowered women are in fact a demeaning social trope.

If you had ever played the games, or even mildly researched them, you’d know that Bayonetta is both highly sexualized for the benefit of the viewer AS WELL as being sexually empowered for herself. If you want to hate the former, you have to hate the latter, and that’s rather misogynistic, don’t you think?

okay theres a difference between real people choosing to be sexualised for their own benefit and men designing female characters to be sexualised

no matter how you wanna dress it up as this Fictional Character Created By Real People as making her own choices. she still in fact was made by a person who choose to make her look like that

yes, it is a problem that the person criticizing games does not research or play the game but you have to remember who makes the games and who is deciding that the character is empower by those things [hint: its cis het abled white men]

the designer of Bayonetta is female, Mari Shimazaki. she said that the design was a self projection power fantasy to empower herself while feeling beautiful, what she “aspires to be like”. for her own sake.

do your damn research.

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Girls

fullmetalpuppy:

Some girls are confident

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some girls are shy

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some girls like boys

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some girls like girls

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sometimes, they like both

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some girls don’t dress in a feminine way

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and some do

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and some girls weren’t born girls, and that’s fine

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some girls cover up

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and some girls don’t

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some girls are bigger

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some girls are smaller 

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some girls are smart

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and some girls aren’t

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some girls are nice

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and some girls are mean

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but no matter what,

all girls are people 

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and we should be treated like it.

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iguanamouth:

one of my favorite episodes from atla was where this whole village hated avatars because they thought that kyoshi murdered this guy a long time ago and the whole gang spends the entire episode finding all this evidence that she never did it but the village doesnt believe them and it looks like aangs going to be found guilty but finally near the end her spirit appears to everyone and shes like yeah i killed that guy he was a dick

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Liliana Vess ~ Duels Promo ~ Art by Kekai Kotaki

Liliana Vess ~ Duels Promo ~ Art by Kekai Kotaki


The Golden Age of Children’s TV, the 90’s.

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sianaithnid:

knitmeapony:

Sort of Incorrect Les Miserables Lyrics — You’re the One That I Want

No, that looks right to me.

Oh come on, Mizu, seriously?

I can picture the smirk on your face as you reblogged this. You’re such a jerk.