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filmmaking student preparing herself to become an incredible art director. this blog consists mainly of gay consulting detectives and wannabe kings and queens. she likes to express herself through drawing and writing.
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danedeham:

fandomrehabtimeplease:

danedeham:

erik served literally no purpose this movie besides getting in the way and hurting charles and almost killing him accidentally yet again

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Hun give him a break the guy had his mother shot in front of him and was then tortured and experimented on for a year, all aged about thirteen. I think he is allowed to have some fucking issues.

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frostytower:

disneyaddictgirl:

neko-chicana:

tifamex:

"The first Disney Movie to tell girls they can fight too is Frozen!"

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"Frozen is the first Disney Movie where the girl didn’t need a man to save her!! <3 "

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"Frozen is the first Disney movie about loving sisters!"

"Frozen is the first Disney movie to question why someone would get married after knowing them for only a day."

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"Frozen is the first film to have a blonde male lead who doesn’t fit the cookie cutter mold

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It’s funny how people are always wanting to prove me wrong on this one. They say: 'But he's not a high-functioning sociopath.'

I never said he was! Sherlock Holmes tells people he is. Why would you listen to him?

Nobody can define themselves.

That’s what he’d like people to think he is. And that’s it—and I think he probably longs to be one. I think he loiters around prisons for the criminally insane, envying them their emotional detachment.

He knows emotion is a problem to him.

A man who has decided to suppress all his emotions in order to be better at what he does clearly has an awful lot of emotion. That’s a very simple deduction. It clearly is a problem for him. So, in itself, that is an emotional decision.
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Steven Moffat

(Babel on SVT Sweden, April 2014 [x])

THIS IS WHAT I HAVE BEEN SAYING

(via loudest-subtext-in-television)

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ttrincea:

In Portugal we don’t say “it’s alright, I forgive you”, we say “deus nosso senhor me dê paciência e um paninho para a embrulhar, antes que eu te parta a tromba toda, seu cabrão de merda, era quem te enfiasse uma seringa das farturas no olho do cu”, which literally means “the soul in me respects and forgives the soul in you” and I think that’s beautiful.

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i-am-the-eggbert:

madokasmagical:

Tbh saying something like “I hate cis people” on tumblr isn’t fighting fire with fire, it’s more like saying “I hate fire” while burning to death only to get lectured by said fire about how not all fire is like that and it occasionally keeps you warm

Two main problems with this comparison:

1) It’s the natural tendency of fire to burn things. It’s not the natural tendency of cis people to be bigoted assholes.

2) Screaming about how much you hate fire has a 0% chance of making it, or any other fire in the vicinity, want to kill itself.

One main problem with posts like this in general:

1) They rely on an us-vs-them mentality that encourages seeing people solely in terms of their privilege, and not as individuals. This is dehumanizing as all hell, even to the people who get dehumanized all the time outside this context - never mind the fact that the term “cispicious” has actually become a thing because of it. “You don’t hate cis people? YOU CAN’T BE TRANS FUCK YOU.” (Side note: ironically, most of the people who say this are the same people who try to pass off the slightest lack of identification with one’s gender role as being trans - i.e. the ones who think “truscum” is a valid insult.)