Best of Frozen valentines
I spat my water out at the last one I was laughing so hard
THE LAST ONE
i have never been so upset about a fav like this?
basically what she’s saying is, call her by her right nationality. why every time it’s poc in america, they’re recognized by their descent? it’s always african-american or asian-american when most of the people getting called that haven’t even been to their descendant country. why do we have to be called our race followed by “-american” while white people don’t? you don’t hear white people calling themselves poland-american or irish-american. and you wanna know why? because that’s another way white people try to separate themselves from us, try to be on a higher level than us. they always want to be on top and look down on us. so that’s why they identify us minorities in that way. so raven isn’t shaming herself in any type of way, she just doesn’t wanna be identified in their way.
photos of a volcanic eruption and lavafall at fimmvorduhals, east of glacier eyjafjallajokull, taken between march and april 2010, by (click pic) örn óskarsson, skarphéðinn práinsson, christopher lund, sólveig björg, snorri gunnarsson and james appleton
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Avengers Assemble #11
written by Kelly Sue DeConnick
art by Stefano Caselli
these are some of the greatest panels in Marvel history
When you and your homies all get online around the same time.
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?
Also, just gonna toss this out there: Bayonetta’s designer, Mari Shimazaki, has said that she designed Bayonetta as a power fantasy for herself and that Bayonetta’s personality and attitude is “what she aspires to be more like” because she wants to feel sexy for her own sake, not society’s and also she’s tired of women being both expected to and being shamed for trying to look beautiful. She simply wants to feel powerful, but also beautiful.