kauhee näläkä mutta ruoansaanti edellyttää jonkinlaista vaivannäköä. rip minä
inspired by x you can make gifset/art/graphics with it whatever
 favorite movies
 favorite tv shows
 favorite female characters
 favorite male characters
 favorite relationships
 favorite actors
 favorite actresses
 current celebrity crushes
- go to this website
- paste the url of the mix and click the green button
- now you can select all, or select just a few
- click ‘download selected’
- it’s gonna download as a .zip
taking a nap is always so risky like when will I wake up? in thirty minutes? in 2 hours? in 7 years?? no one can be sure
my favorite hobby is clicking on the blogs of people who have made sexist/racist/homophobic/transphobic/etc. comments on really popular text posts (only to get an epic telling off) and then seeing their blog empty and abandoned with variations of ‘I didn’t mean the thing I said’ ‘I’m sorry I didn’t know periods were that bad’ ‘I don’t hate gay people’ ‘babies come from vaginas I get it’ etc. etc. and the shame and utter defeat is so delicious
it astounds me to see people — women!! — bend over backwards to defend the doctor routinely calling his (young, slim, beautiful) companion ugly, fat, too old for love, undesirable, etc
what kind of assbackwards loyalty do you have to this franchise and/or showrunner that you can’t even admit that maybe that isn’t a message this show should be sending? i mean this isn’t even a complicated debate over the merits of moffat’s storylines, or the complexity of his female characters — this is as simple as “do you think it is okay that this older man is constantly insulting the appearance of this young woman”, and apparently people are lining up to go YES DUH OF COURSE IT IS AND ANYONE WHO SAYS OTHERWISE IS UNREASONABLE
WAKE UP WORLD #YesAllWomen
That steak analogy is my favorite,
Trigger warning: Breakfast
reasons why we don’t make fun of seemingly odd triggers
It really frustrates me how, when people want to argue against casting a person of color for a certain role, they always resort to “UM OKAY BUT CAN YOU FIND A NATIVE AMERICAN ACTRESS WHO HAS X Y AND Z PHYSICAL TRAITS??” and then it forces people to argue that, yes, natives can have green eyes or black people can have red hair etc etc
when really the natural eye color and hair color of the actress of color should be JUST as inconsequential as it is for a white actress because GUESS WHAT??? There are things such as 1) hair dye 2) wigs 3) colored contact lenses.
Like, I’m about 95 % sure that Jennifer Lawrence is wearing colored contact lenses AND a wig in the Hunger Games but nobody seems to care.
Like when it comes down to it, there are very few physical attributes you cannot/should not change via makeup or cgi—and those are predominately skin color & physical disabilities. Pretty much everything else can be, and almost always is changed.
Staging can change how tall a character seems. Actors can lose or gain weight or muscle as the character requires. Tattoos can be stenciled on. Body hair can be added or taken away. Padded bras or binders can be used. Hell, they REMOVED Ralph Fienne’s nose for Voldemort.
Wigs and colored contact lenses are two of THE MOST frequently utilized aspects of character costuming & make up and when you say something like “Annie can’t be black because black people don’t have red hair!!” what you’re really saying is that you think that people of color should be barred from playing characters unless they exactly match up with the physical description in a way that white people have never, and will never, be held to.
When did doing something ‘like a girl’ become an insult?
The part that gets me is at the end of the commercial, when they ask one of the first ladies if she had a chance to do her demonstration of “running like a girl” over again, what would she do differently and she says, “I would run like myself.” I legit cried.