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gaminginyourunderwear:

yaoiornah:

itsgeekyinhere:

Doing the do with you know who

The greatest mystery of all time solved…What Neville forget to remember in that scene.

All of this is important.

bellagschang:

castielwillavengesherlock:

shake-babies-not-ass:

People are still saying there’s not enough strong female characters in supernatural 

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First demon to kill an angel

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disobeys the king of hell

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In charge of heaven 

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Hacks Leviathan leader

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Kick starts the apocalypse

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Sacrifices herself to save Dean and Sam

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Renegade angel 

Need I say more

A lack of strong female characters in SPN isn’t the problem.

The problem is that most of them are dead.

herevilness:

#oh honey #tell me you’re kidding rn #he is a shepherd #i don’t think he knows how to read 

pumpkaboohoo:


spaos-case-marine:

poppopcrocker:

I CANNOT BELIEV

HOW DUMB IS TEXAS

pumpkaboohoo:

spaos-case-marine:

poppopcrocker:

I CANNOT BELIEV

HOW DUMB IS TEXAS

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Though Mean Girls was rated PG-13 for “sexual content, language, and some teen partying,” that was a rating Paramount had to fight for, says Waters. “We had lots of battles with the ratings board on the movie. There was the line, ‘Amber D’Lessio gave a blow job to a hot dog,’ which eventually became ‘Amber D’Lessio made out with a hot dog.’ Which is somehow weirder! That’s the thing we found: When you’re trying to make a joke obey the rules and not use any bad words, it can actually become seamier, even.” Still, there were some things that Waters simply refused to change. “The line in the sand that I drew was the joke about the wide-set vagina. The ratings board said, ‘We can’t give you a PG-13 unless you cut that line.’ We ended up playing the card that the ratings board was sexist, because Anchorman had just come out, and Ron Burgundy had an erection in one scene, and that was PG-13. We told them, ‘You’re only saying this because it’s a girl, and she’s talking about a part of her anatomy. There’s no sexual context whatsoever, and to say this is restrictive to an audience of girls is demeaning to all women.’ And they eventually had to back down.”
don’t fuck with tina fey (via brokenclocksrighttwiceaday)

fiercefatfeminist:

abbygubler:

If you’re mad at her, you don’t understand it.  White people are trying to remove themselves from all people of color.  Let me show you why this is true.  You’ve heard of Asian-americans or African Americans or Mexican Americans.  But how about a European American?  Have you ever heard someone say they’re Canadian American? or European American? Probably not.  White people can just call themselves American, even if their ancestry has not been in America for long.  If your great-grandparents moved because of the potato famine, you don’t call yourselves Irish American, you have lived your entire life in the United States, you call yourself an American.  But now, take someone whose ancestry is linked to some of the first slaves in the colonies, and they still call themselves African-American.  Doesn’t matter if they’ve never stepped foot on the continent and share no cultural link, other than pigment, with any society in Africa, they still have to identify with African.  

What’s most infuriating is that even people who are the ultimate Americans: Native Americans.  They were in the Americas while ass backwards Europe was accusing (and burning) women of being witches.  THEY, of all people, shouldn’t have to specify their identity as an American, but NO they have to be labeled with something else.  

Raven Symone is an absolute star.  She has my total respect for standing up like this, and I hope her so much happiness with her girlfriend.  I wish she was still on television, she taught me so much , even if it was all from a disney show

YUP

gailsimone:


profeminist:

"I’m a cosplayer …. I’m also black. Which is fine by most everyone, until I have the audacity to cosplay a character who isn’t.
I’m aware that to actively engage yourself in such a visual hobby as cosplay, you have to have a thick skin — and I do. I’m cool with people criticizing my choice in fabrics, choice in wigs, choice of pose, whatever. But my skin color is something I can’t change, nor would I if I had the ability. I love the skin I was born in, and I won’t apologize, make excuses or work around it for anyone’s benefit beyond my own.
I’m thankful that the black cosplay community has encouraging blogs like Cosplaying While Black and World of Black Heroes, so now anyone who might be curious about joining in won’t have to worry about feeling out of place, and will also have a reference to see how certain colors, styles and characters look when portrayed by someone who shares similar features.
We have celebrity support as well - Gail Simone, the current writer of DC’s Batgirl has given her stamp of approval to cosplayers of color time and time again — she even told me she liked my Batgirl on Halloween! (And if Gail Simone likes what you’re doing, then everyone else can take a step to the left because GAIL SIMONE.)”
- Chaka Cumberbatch, writing for xoJane

Chaka, you so do not need my stamp of approval, you are amazing in every cosplay you do, you are witty and stylish and gorgeous, you do nothing but honor to every character you portray and I am thrilled to know you.
You are exactly why I love cosplayers.

gailsimone:

profeminist:

"I’m a cosplayer …. I’m also black. Which is fine by most everyone, until I have the audacity to cosplay a character who isn’t.

I’m aware that to actively engage yourself in such a visual hobby as cosplay, you have to have a thick skin — and I do. I’m cool with people criticizing my choice in fabrics, choice in wigs, choice of pose, whatever. But my skin color is something I can’t change, nor would I if I had the ability. I love the skin I was born in, and I won’t apologize, make excuses or work around it for anyone’s benefit beyond my own.

I’m thankful that the black cosplay community has encouraging blogs like Cosplaying While Black and World of Black Heroes, so now anyone who might be curious about joining in won’t have to worry about feeling out of place, and will also have a reference to see how certain colors, styles and characters look when portrayed by someone who shares similar features.

We have celebrity support as well - Gail Simone, the current writer of DC’s Batgirl has given her stamp of approval to cosplayers of color time and time again — she even told me she liked my Batgirl on Halloween! (And if Gail Simone likes what you’re doing, then everyone else can take a step to the left because GAIL SIMONE.)

- Chaka Cumberbatch, writing for xoJane

Chaka, you so do not need my stamp of approval, you are amazing in every cosplay you do, you are witty and stylish and gorgeous, you do nothing but honor to every character you portray and I am thrilled to know you.

You are exactly why I love cosplayers.

fieldbears:

lydiduh:

In 15 seconds of dialogue Francis Wilkerson sums up what’s wrong with how women are criticized in our society and it’s great

I literally remember when this aired and something clicked in my head. He was putting to words what I kept seeing over and over in media without apology or explanation

lisabeam:

fahbulus:

taking selfies with my friends like

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aren’t those the guys from scrubs?

entertainmentweekly:

Today’s Warner Bros. announcement had great news for Harry Potter and Lego Movie fans, too. 

buzzfeed:

Squidward is too real.