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Favorite female characters: 10/14
Utena Tenjou - Revolutionary Girl Utena

"You’re the one who doesn’t understand! Is there any girl happy to be treated like a possession?!

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I once went to the Renaissance Fair dressed as Marty McFly, and nobody got the joke.

That will forever be one of the most disappointing moments in my life.

This is my favorite photoset rn

I totally get this guy. A whole fair of nerds and no one got a awesome 80s pop culture reference. Shame. The faces are amazing.

this is better than the Trekkies who show up and pretend they’re studying a primitive civilization

Reblogging for the faces. XD

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[x] Gates McFadden on the role of women in Star Trek (1993)

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"Nintendo is adding too many female characters to its new games!"


Actual footage of me directing the world’s saddest symphony, just for you:



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Baldur’s Gate is to this day one of my favorite games, so I was absolutely stoked when I was asked to do this cover for Jim Zub and Max Dunbar’s new D&D series, Legends of Baldur’s Gate, which was announced today! I had a blast putting my spin on Minsc and Boo. GO FOR THE EYES BOO. GO FOR THE EYES!! 

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The Sailor Scout, Fantasy RPG set!

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In medieval culture, an event like a royal christening is not a private party; it’s the public social event of the year. To not invite any person of rank to such an event is a deadly insult.

Maleficent is certainly someone you wouldn’t want at a party, but she’s also someone powerful enough that only a fool would ever dare treat her with such blatant disrespect. The only way the King and Queen could possibly have gotten away with not inviting Maleficent was to not invite any of the fairies at all; inviting the other fairies and excluding her is explicitly taking sides in the conflict between the fairy factions.

Which means they made themselves her sworn enemies, and she responded by treating them as such from then on. If you actually get into analyzing the social dynamics of the scene, it’s very clear that Maleficent was willing to show mercy at first by giving the King and Queen a chance to apologize for their disrespect to her. She doesn’t curse Aurora until after she gives them that chance and they throw it back in her face with further disrespect.

And yeah, if the King and Queen had done the properly respectful thing and invited her, Maleficent would have given Aurora a scary awesome present. Moreover so would the other fairies, because at that point both sides would be using it as an opportunity to show off and one-up each other. What they gave her before Maleficent showed up was basically just trivial party favors by fairy standards.

How do you know so much about the social dynamics of medieval fairies

How don’t you

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It’s worked for white people, I figured I might as well give it a shot.


I want you to go man!

if this was a white girl this would have had the notes 3 weeks ago

People are sending him racist messages telling him it’s not gonna happen and he doesn’t belong in Disney World over this post. So we’re gonna reblog it even more.

Get this boy to Disney world

When hinges creak in doorless chambers, and strange and frightening sounds echo through the halls; whenever candle lights flicker where the air is deathly still—that is the time when ghosts are present, practicing their terror with ghoulish delight!

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The score for the H&M pack was five, by the way. (source)

A hero of our times.

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This is unexpectedly not about make-up haha

reblogged before it was even finished.


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Jonathan Cooper was the Animation Director on Assassin’s Creed 3.

Dan Lowe was the Senior Technical Animator on Watch Dogs.

Both are calling out the Assassin’s Creed: Unity team on their bullshit about not including female avatars in multiplayer.

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Men who want to be feminists do not need to be given a space in feminism. They need to take the space they have in society and make it feminist.
Kelley Temple, NUS National Women’s Officer  (via quentintortellini)

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If you haven’t heard about this yet, last night the BBC aired a powerful documentary called Blurred Lines that explored casual misogyny online and rape culture.

I urge EVERYONE to watch it and spread it like fire because it gives real insight into the topic and has inspired both men and women to go to Twitter and had #blurredlines trending for 12 hours on Twitter after it aired.

You can watch it on BBC iPlayer here (x)

(I genuinely don’t know if those outside the UK can view, so please let me know!)

It includes video footage from the Steubenville cases, it takes a look at the treatment of women in GTA, lads mags and rape jokes, the unapologetic nature of those who perpetrate rape culture etc.

One of the more interesting points of the documentary are the men who oppose rape culture and those that don’t and the societal differences between them.

After you view it please share your views, both on Tumblr and any other social media platforms you have. It’d be great if this abuse against women documentary were the first searches people came across when they search for Blurred lines.

You can watch it on BBC iPlayer here (x)

For those outside the UK: there’s a nice browser extension called Hola with which you can watch this.

It says no longer available on BBC iPlayer, but signal boosting it regardless in the hopes that I can find it on youtube or something.


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