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thetinkertoyboy:

disneyscouples:

DISNEY LOVE

I love that at first she thinks it’s misogynistic, and isn’t afraid to call him on it, but then we see him do what we almost never see a male superhero do : He admits he’s scared. 

He’s not trying to belittle her, he’s not trying to tell her or even the kids that they’re not strong, 

He’s trying to protect what he loves most because he’s terrified of losing them. The big, giant robot ripping apart BUILDINGS doesn’t scare him at all compared to losing what he loves.

I love this movie for so many reasons, but this scene is one of the bigger ones. A hero movie where the males are allowed to be emotional without appearing weak? A hero movie where females are allowed to be strong without being callous or woefully 2D? A hero movie where children are allowed to explore their potential instead of being shitty sidekicks?

YES PLEASE.

(Source: mydollyaviana)

kuwata-kun:

destroy the idea of the “average father” coveting his daughter’s virginity and “protective brother” making sure no men lay their unholy eyes upon his sister who has given them full permission.

slaughter the idea that men are allowed to be gatekeepers for sex and have a duty or a right to “save women from themselves” when it comes to sex

kill the purity myth

a father coveting his daughter’s virginity is pretty creepy to be honest. 

To covet - to desire eagerly.

You may have meant covert  - coverture = covering, cover, condition of married woman under husband’s protection.

Which is still pretty creepy to be honest.

oddtogs:

'Concern' passed my way today over posting naked photos of myself on the internet because it's 'demeaning, unprofessional and going to attract the wrong crowd'.
So here - some shoots I do are naked, nude or fetish based. Some are based around cross promotion between myself and my husband’s photography business, some are not.
Do I feel this kind of photography is demeaning to me? No I do not. I like my body, I’m proud of who I am and how I look, bumps and all. I’m confident in my appearance. I am demeaned only if I see myself that way, and I don’t. It is okay to be proud of the way you look. It is okay to share that with others.Saying I’m demeaning myself is effectively saying I should be ashamed. I’m not. The images are beautiful, the photographers I work with - clothed and naked - are amazing, professional people who do not make me feel ashamed.
Unprofessional - my job doesn’t just cover making replicas. I design, I model, I perform, I promote. It all goes into the same thing - people who may not look at a Doctor Who picture may look at a fetish picture and want an outfit. Boom, there’s Tors with her open mind and oh look she’s also a designer.
The Wrong Crowd - the most feedback I get from these shoots isn’t from men wanting to do me, or dodgy guys with a Polaroid asking me to pose on a car.They’re from other women, who see my burger eating ass and think actually I can be kind of a role model for them. Love your body, accept it, be proud of it. And that, more than anything, makes them the right crowd.
Once again, dear internet - be part of the positive. And here - have a body loving photo. X
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oddtogs:

'Concern' passed my way today over posting naked photos of myself on the internet because it's 'demeaning, unprofessional and going to attract the wrong crowd'.

So here - some shoots I do are naked, nude or fetish based. Some are based around cross promotion between myself and my husband’s photography business, some are not.

Do I feel this kind of photography is demeaning to me? No I do not. I like my body, I’m proud of who I am and how I look, bumps and all. I’m confident in my appearance. I am demeaned only if I see myself that way, and I don’t. It is okay to be proud of the way you look. It is okay to share that with others.
Saying I’m demeaning myself is effectively saying I should be ashamed. I’m not. The images are beautiful, the photographers I work with - clothed and naked - are amazing, professional people who do not make me feel ashamed.

Unprofessional - my job doesn’t just cover making replicas. I design, I model, I perform, I promote. It all goes into the same thing - people who may not look at a Doctor Who picture may look at a fetish picture and want an outfit. Boom, there’s Tors with her open mind and oh look she’s also a designer.

The Wrong Crowd - the most feedback I get from these shoots isn’t from men wanting to do me, or dodgy guys with a Polaroid asking me to pose on a car.
They’re from other women, who see my burger eating ass and think actually I can be kind of a role model for them. Love your body, accept it, be proud of it. And that, more than anything, makes them the right crowd.

Once again, dear internet - be part of the positive. And here - have a body loving photo. X

mistletease:

ohhaiguise:

sirscrewloose:

legendofsherlock:

notenjolras:

#can we please discuss the fact that this movie was made by Americans

#some of us might actually be self-aware

Nobody has to deal with americans more than other americans.

I am an american and I can verify that this is indeed true.

#everyone else gets to be annoyed by Americans from afar #while Americans have to be annoyed by other Americans loudly and up close

(Source: fassyy)

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