I don’t even watch Star Trek but that is the most graceful bitchslap I have ever seen.
this is amazing
Barney -> Psychology student. July 1
Pokemon. Harry Potter. Anime. Yaoi. Manga. Music. Literary pieces. Fashion. Art. Ghosts.
Gay. Random. Honest. A bit sarcastic. Imperfect but a perfectionist. Adventurous. Easy to please.
I do follow back!!
MY FUCKING ABHSSDGHJDDD
Anyone else feel like those two would get along really well?
“Really? You’ve hacked into the mainframe just like that? Oh, that’s brilliant!”
no tumblr you stop that
Last week, Swedish movie theaters created a media foofaraw when they announced that they would begin providing a rating based on the Bechdel test for the films they screen. The test, created by comic artist Alison Bechdel in 1985, asks whether a film has at least two female characters and at least one scene in which they talk to one another about something other than a man—if it satisfies these criteria, Swedish theaters give it an A. The goal, according to Ellen Tejle, the director of an art-house cinema in Stockholm that is implementing the rating, is to draw attention to how few films pass the test and encourage filmmakers to make more movies with three-dimensional women characters in them.
When the news broke, writers immediately began questioning whether the test is an effective way to judge whether a film is feminist. The answer to that is no—but it’s important to note that that’s not actually something the test was intended to do. The illustrated character in Bechdel’s comic strip Dykes to Watch Out For who first espouses the idea says she uses it to determine not whether the movies are feminist but simply which movies to spend her money on. For those of us with a limited movie budget and a desire to see representation by and of women improve, choosing which films to support can be a political act; I like to spend my dollars on films directed by and/or written by women—and, not surprisingly, those films also usually pass the Bechdel test.
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Joan Rivers called Jennifer Lawrence arrogant because Jennifer had this to say about Joan Rivers’ show:
There are shows like ‘Fashion Police’ that are just showing these generations of young people to judge people based on all the wrong values and that it’s OK to point at people and call them ugly or fat. They call it ‘fun’ and they say ‘welcome to the real world’ — and that shouldn’t be the real world. It’s going to continue being the real world if we keep it that way. We have to stop treating each other like that and stop calling each other fat.
Jennifer was asked for her opinion and she answered honestly. I find it hilarious that Joan Rivers, who makes a living by criticizing people’s fashion choices, is calling Jennifer Lawrence arrogant because she gave her honest opinion. I’m not sure that Rivers understands the definition of “arrogance”, because Jennifer didn’t say anything self-important or conceited.
for those not familiar with norse mythology, our bud loki once turned into a mare and got sexed by a giant stallion named svathilfari and produced sleipnir, an 8-legged horse
he also did it with a giant and she had three children- A giant fucking snake, A giant fucking dog, and an zombie chick
He’s very open-minded.
Or very open-legged.
|James:||I may have wrapped Harry in my invisibility cloak for his nap...and now I can't find him.|
|James:||...but I swear, the last time I saw him he was somewhere in the room.|