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Amy. Maybe not the stuff of legends, but still a better feminist than Steven Moffat.

I sleep with a giant teddy bear, eat pie like it gives me super powers, and accomplish life in small bursts of productivity separated by long periods of complete inactivity. Talk to me.

creepycornsnake:

hey dont be a dick to people who work in mcdonalds or clean toilets or empty bins or sweep streets or put your food through the till in the supermarket because u know what they go home to their family every night too and they are just as valid as you theyre doing these shitty jobs which means you dont have to do them so be fucking nice

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3 months ago
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get-wreck3d:

crownlands:

fun fact depression doesn’t give a shit that I’m a white college girl who lives with her parents in an average sized house because it’s a mental disorder and it would corrode my mind even if I were the richest most intelligent white girl on this entire damn planet

I don’t ever post text posts but this is the most 100% accurate one I have ever seen.

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4 months ago
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traceexcalibur:

"talking about sexism or racism on Tumblr doesn’t solve anything"

really? because I am absolutely certain that I am a better, less bigoted person than I was a few years ago and that is most certainly due to the people I met and things I read on Tumblr

perhaps it doesn’t do anything for the worst of the worst but there are still plenty of people who do learn from impassioned Tumblr posts

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4 months ago
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mayberachel:

bad-ass-strigoi-hunter:

jingle-fox:

animalbks:

awesomegirlystuff:

Whitewashing? It’s a danish fairy tale! You can’t just throw in diversity for the sake of it. It has to make sense, thats like if people were like “Why are there only Chinese people in Mulan?” Because it takes place in China before anyone immigrated there!

THANK YOU

THANK.

"typical light hair, fair skinned, blue eyes" The only other Disney princesses that fits that description all the way would be Cinderella and Aurora. The only other one close is Rapunzel. Disney does extremely well with making the animated princesses fit the time period and area they are from. Let me show you a thing.

Alright this is Snow White. The whole reason this is her name is because her skin was as white as the snow. She had hair as black as a raven. And lips as red as a rose. Snow White was originally a GERMAN fairytale. Ya know what color they are in Germany? White….

Now this right here is Cinderella. This movie was made in 1950. Ya know what was going on in 1950? Segregation. So I doubt that in 1950 they would make some black fairytale princess considering Walt Disney was white and all the employees at Disney were white, and I’m sorry but in the 1950’s all the white people were racists. But that’s because of when he grew up and how things were. He was actually a pretty loving and kind man and I’m sure that he would’ve had an open mind to ending segregation if he had grew up different. FYI Cinderella is French. French people be white.

This chick right here. Her name is Aurora. Her movie was made in 1969. There were still racist then. But ya know what, she’s also freaking French. And in her original fairytale her hair was the color of sunshine gold, and lips that shamed the red red rose.

Now meet Ariel. She is often times many people’s favorite cause she’s fun and quirky and her hair looks like a fire truck. Her fairytale is Danish. Danish people are white. The Danish fairytale though? It’s actually based off of stories sailors told of seeing this girl with bright red hair and the tail of a fish. Idk, but have you ever seen a naturally red headed black woman. Cause I haven’t….


Now Belle here is the frenchiest of the French. Her story is actually based in France. Not just a nice fairytale that was made in France. Again, French people are white. But you see light hair on her. No. She is brunette! And she has brown eyes. Nuff said.

Now this…. this is Jasmine. She is not white, she does not have light hair, and she does not have light eyes. She is brown. And beautifully so. And she’s not so sweet and fragile either. She is independent and don’t need no man.She is Arabic and she looks like it. I don’t see any white washing here. See this is where white washing would ACTUALLY come into play. If they made Princess Jasmine, based off of Princess Badroulbadour from an Arabic folk tale, and made her white. A white girl in Agrabah. Nope.

Pocahontas. Again. No white washing. She is nice and brown, and has nice Indian features. Thing about her? She was a real lady. In fact her sequel actually told her story better than the first one.

Meet mulan. She’s Chinese. She saved China. Nuff said.

This lovely lady is Tiana. She made a lot of ground as being the first black Disney Princess. She was from New Orleans. She’s american. This movie was based in the 1920’s and they did her right because she was a waitress, working 3 jobs just to make a few dollars a day. She lived in the slums/the ghetto with all the other colored folk. They kept it right to the time period they were representing but they also made her fa-boo!

Now this chicky is my girl punzy. She is the first Disney Princess since 1991 that was white. I think 20 years time is a good amount of time to bring in another white Princess. Disney had wanted to do Rapunzel for a long time. She’s one of the classic fairytale princesses. Everyone know who this chick was, but there was no Disney movie about her. The reason why they didn’t she make her movie in the 90’s was because she was white. She was just another, golden haired, fair skinned, damsel in distress. I am soooo happy they waited on this one too. Cause after being in the works for so long they took this story about a chick with long hair being rescued by a Prince, and they made her this barefoot, rebellious, sweetheart, that was magical and already a Princess. In fact her “prince” wasn’t a prince. He was a thief. And the coolest thing, so that she wasn’t just a typical blonde princess, they cut off her hair and it turned brown. So now she’s this edgy but sweet brunette, short-haired, girl. Also, the original fairytale is German, so Disney stayed true to it’s roots and kept her in a German setting.

This is Princess Merida. She is Scottish. Technically white. But still not just some American accent, blonde, white girl. She made a big leap in the Princess world because unlike all the others who are all strong too, she didn’t even find love in the movie. Who knows, maybe they’ll make a sequel a few years later where she’s older and more grown up and she gets married. Fun fact, Brave is loosely based around Scottish folklore of King Fergus.

So yeah, white washing would be if they made the beautiful ethnic ladies here just white. Alot of fairytales come from mainly white countries. Disney is just trying to tell a good story. Maybe they should look more into some Arabic fairytales, maybe some African ones. But all they’re doing is staying true to stories and lands.

I love you.

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4 months ago
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deanthemonsterhunter:

dreamingdusk:

“men can’t be raped!”

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“men always want sex!”

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“men can always defend themselves!”

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“men can’t control their urge to rape women!”

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“men are inherently sexist!”

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“men are-“

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THIS IS THE BEST POST ON TUMBLR EVER

THIS HAS REFILLED MY FAITH OF TUMBLR

THANK YOU SO GOD DAMN MUCH FOR THIS

BLESS EVERYONE WHO LIKED AND REBLOGGED THIS POST

MAY YOU ALL LIVE HAPPY AND BEAUTIFUL LIVES FOR BEING OPENMINDED PEOPLE.

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4 months ago
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samgirl1:

cockslutsam:

Repeat after me:

Just because YOU see specific subtext in a show it doesn’t mean it’s there.

Just because YOU think two characters are more than friends it doesn’t mean the writers see it that way too.

Just because YOU want something to happen in a show does not give you the right to be an asshole to the crew when you don’t get what you wished for.

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4 months ago
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lopezhummel:

men are upset about getting judged for wearing fedoras???? wow, sure must be awful to have your character judged based on what you choose to wear. i can’t even imagine what that must be like

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4 months ago
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wwonderful:

what the fuck is wrong with u people if a person wants to wear a grandpa sweater and a flowercrown while drinking a pumpkin spice latte fucking let them live their life the last thing they probably need is your broke judgmental ass giving them hella negative vibes cause you don’t like their life choices bye

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4 months ago
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ilikecomicstoo:

kitakaze-no-karasu:

likecomicstoo:

sigh.

As head of security for one of the largest Anime Conventions in the Midwest, let me assure you that we have an absolute ZERO TOLERANCE policy in regards to situations like this and I will (and have) personally escorted people from our convention and gotten policed involved where needed.  HOWEVER, let me also assure you that there are conventions everywhere where the exact opposite is true.  I ended up presenting my board of directors with a proposal to ban someone pre-con due to incident reports that all turned out to be one guy at 2 other local cons,  And of the 3 cons they contact I was the only person to get back to them ever, and when the person I banned found out he was banned he said Security never said anything to him.

It is wrong you should have to deal with shit like this, and I always urge that you do go to security.  If they don’t do anything, track down security for the convention center/hotel/etc you are in and file a complaint.  While they may not “be able to do anything” for you, it will get back to con security and they may take it more seriously since you escalated it beyond them.  Outside of that, if you are being harassed, do not take it lightly.  If someone is touching you or wont leave you alone, be firm and tell them to stop.  If they don’t, YELL IT.  Stay in groups, and if you can’t be assertive, make friends with someone who is.  Be safe.

Super important info! Thank you very much for the response and for your dedication to keeping attendees safe. You’re a hero!

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5 months ago
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