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deardeerling:

in west narnia born and raisedthrough the wardrobe was where i spent most of my days

deardeerling:

in west narnia born and raised
through the wardrobe was where i spent most of my days

43 minutes ago on April 25th, 2014 | 46,541 notes

curseboxes:

political correctness kills creativity' if you can't create something without furthering the oppression of minorities, you aren’t a very creative person.

1 hour ago on April 25th, 2014 | 2,000 notes
spookyxleijon:

kevinkinky-:

unclefather:

what does this mean

green eggs and ram

i saw that and shut my laptop and walked away for a solid minute

spookyxleijon:

kevinkinky-:

unclefather:

what does this mean

green eggs and ram

i saw that and shut my laptop and walked away for a solid minute

9 hours ago on April 24th, 2014 | 60,493 notes
h0tasvulcan:

let me save you jim whoops ur whole shirt came off

h0tasvulcan:

let me save you jim whoops ur whole shirt came off

10 hours ago on April 24th, 2014 | 4,037 notes
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1 day ago on April 23rd, 2014 | 33,279 notes
angelophile:


You could argue comic books have little importance in the grander scheme of things. But comic books make a big statement in a small way. We won’t have blockbuster movies about a Muslim superhero until we can all be excited about a comic book portraying one. When Marvel created Khan, it took a shot at breaking the typical paradigm of superheroes. While it’s a small gesture when measured up to the entire comic book world, it’s another step in the movement for equality in entertainment.
For the larger part of the decade, there was a potent cloud of racism and hatred towards Muslim people. Today, the fact we can portray young Muslim girls as superheroes is a beacon of hope for what is to come. Sure, a lot of people will say “it’s just a comic book.” But I’d like to think somewhere out there, it’s making a difference in a young Muslim girl’s life. And even if the message gets lost and Khan’s character doesn’t sell well, at least a young girl could have her own superhero to look up to.

Global Thinking: Kamala Khan Marvel launches female Muslim Superhero by Kavahn Mansouri.

angelophile:

You could argue comic books have little importance in the grander scheme of things. But comic books make a big statement in a small way. We won’t have blockbuster movies about a Muslim superhero until we can all be excited about a comic book portraying one. When Marvel created Khan, it took a shot at breaking the typical paradigm of superheroes. While it’s a small gesture when measured up to the entire comic book world, it’s another step in the movement for equality in entertainment.

For the larger part of the decade, there was a potent cloud of racism and hatred towards Muslim people. Today, the fact we can portray young Muslim girls as superheroes is a beacon of hope for what is to come. Sure, a lot of people will say “it’s just a comic book.” But I’d like to think somewhere out there, it’s making a difference in a young Muslim girl’s life. And even if the message gets lost and Khan’s character doesn’t sell well, at least a young girl could have her own superhero to look up to.

Global Thinking: Kamala Khan Marvel launches female Muslim Superhero by Kavahn Mansouri.

2 days ago on April 22nd, 2014 | 7,641 notes
valar-morghulis:

by 강안나

valar-morghulis:

by 강안나

2 days ago on April 22nd, 2014 | 219 notes

joffrey-baratheons:

living a jack gleeson appreciation life♔ [1/?]

"I think audiences will always like bad guys who kill for no apparent reason. We just like to hate them."

2 days ago on April 22nd, 2014 | 2,609 notes

brandysmellslikechocolate:

theory: the Original Snow Queen was the one who granted (or cursed) Elsa with Ice powers. Queen Mother was lost in a wintry forest for awhile when she chanced on the Snow Queen, who conveniently was also looking for an heir to pass on her powers and become the new Snow Queen.

Partly inspired from the fanfiction 'Born or Cursed'  by TwiddledSpire. I’ve actually had this headcanon/theory for a long time now, and one of my speculation for the Plot of Frozen’s sequel is that there will be an enemy with magical powers of sorts, trying to invade Arendelle. In this case, maybe Elsa can ask the original snow queen for help…or somehting. i dunno, it’s just a nice idea

Snow Queen’s design taken from early Disney Pre-Frozen concept sketches 

2 days ago on April 22nd, 2014 | 4,802 notes
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plays

lost-in-pink:

rainbowthundercunt:

purplemanatees:

glorious—headfuck:

buttonpoetry:

Melissa May - “Dear Ursula” (WoWPS 2014)

"You, big lady, were the only Disney character who ever looked like me. And while you may not have had the waist line of a princess, I’ll be goddamned if you didn’t have the swagger of a queen."

Performing during prelims at the 2014 Women of the World Poetry Slam. Melissa placed 7th overall in the tournament.

it’s been a while since a poem has actually made me break down sobbing.

I am posting this on every social media website I can.

this is beautiful and made me tear up
but what made me cry more was the comment section below the video
it was endless streams of hate
how desgusting she was
how shamful for saying fat is ok
fat is not who she is
she has it
in abundance
just like she has passion and heart
and she doesnt deserve those words
none of us do
we are people
not a fetish
not a size
we are people
start treating us as such

2 days ago on April 22nd, 2014 | 16,723 notes

ofhousehoechlin:

6 year old fan asks Sebastian a question.

#well good thing you’re the Winter Soldier   #because that’s one hell of a burn (via paradisdesbilles)

2 days ago on April 22nd, 2014 | 237,430 notes
rachelkiley:

gatomuxaxo:

"It’s a metapod, see"

wait but this is the best one

rachelkiley:

gatomuxaxo:

"It’s a metapod, see"

wait but this is the best one

2 days ago on April 22nd, 2014 | 51,699 notes