Posted 7 hours ago
What do I want instead of a Strong Female Character? I want a male:female character ratio of 1:1 instead of 3:1 on our screens. I want a wealth of complex female protagonists who can be either strong or weak or both or neither, because they are more than strength or weakness. Badass gunslingers and martial artists sure, but also interesting women who are shy and quiet and do, sometimes, put up with others’ shit because in real life there’s often no practical alternative. And besides heroines, I want to see women in as many and varied secondary and character roles as men: female sidekicks, mentors, comic relief, rivals, villains. I want not to be asked, when I try to sell a book about two girls, two boys and a genderless robot, if we couldn’t change one of those girls to a boy.
Sophia McDougall, I Hate Strong Female Characters  (via perscitia)

(Source: quigonejinn)

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putridaroma:

Something I got from inpatient. Very helpful!

putridaroma:

Something I got from inpatient. Very helpful!

Posted 13 hours ago

just so we don’t have another “Coraline was made by Tim Burton” deal on our hands

saccharinescorpion:

The Book of Life

  • is directed by Jorge Gutierrez, creator of of El Tigre. he is the major figure behind the movie, having come up with the idea originally as well
  • is produced by several people, one of whom is Guillermo del Toro, director of Pan’s Labyrinth, Pacific Rim, etc 
  • is written by Jorge Gutierrez, joined by Doug Landale, creator of the Weekenders
  • has several character designs by Sandra Equihua, Gutierrez’s wife and co-creator of El Tigre
Posted 13 hours ago

irreducibilitas:

Grimm and Other Folk Tales

by Cory Godbey

Posted 13 hours ago

grimgrinninggirl:

witchyredhead:

bi-privilege:

"she can’t be bisexual! she’s in a relationship with a man!"

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Perfect use of that gif. Thank you.

#My name is Inigo Montoya you erased my sexuality prepare to die

Posted 13 hours ago

smallvoidthing:

When gay people are assumed to be straight until told otherwise: Compulsory heterosexuality.

When bisexual people are assumed to be straight until told otherwise: Straight passing privilege 

So why is it oppression when it happens to someone gay but a privilege when it happens to someone bi?

Oh wait its not, people are just biphobic.

(Source: daughterofprometheus)

Posted 14 hours ago

burritorama:

sizvideos:

Video

Is it wrong that i need this at my wedding?

Posted 14 hours ago