Selma Hayak in From Dusk til dawn
I found the rebel bass
really fucking tired of ppl trying 2 separate 50shades of grey from bdsm culture/community
acknowledging that 50shades of grey shouldn’t be looked at as anysort of positive example of kinkstuff/ that community isimportant
but dont you fucking dare try to assert that “but that’s not what real doms do” “its an example of an abuser not our community!”
like yes it fucking is, your community is full to the fucking brim with abusers
Anonymous said: Why is Evangeline Lily Hope something to get mad about? Hope was in the comics.
Let me make an amendment to my previous explanation of this then:
The fact that Evangeline Lilly is playing a character named Hope Van Dyne—the daughter of Janet Van Dyne that did appear in a few comics set in an alternate future—is enough to get mad about. Unless you really think that an 80 year old Janet Van Dyne is going to join the Avengers as the Wasp?
The Wasp, an incredibly important character and a crucial member of the Avengers, has been relegated to being a possibly unseen side character in “Ant-Man,” one that can’t fulfill the same vital role in the MCU that she fills in the comics. That much is true, and it’s enough to be bummed about.
And yeah, it’s entirely possible that Hope will become the Wasp. I’d actually bet good money that that will happen. But it’s not the same; it’s a trope, and a very depressing one.
There are also some of us that we’re hoping Wasp might, like Nick Fury, be more in line with her ULTIMATES incarnation, which would add an Asian-American woman to the cast.
This… Isn’t quite white-washing, but it feels pretty damn close.
My fav gif ever
(Source: louiecyphre, via amarielah)
AJ Lee Sleeps With All The Divas: An Epic Fanfic By Me
Sure, #weneeddiversebooks so that my future kids know they can be heroes…
…but we also need diverse books so that white readers know my kids can be heroes, too.
I have a theory about the direct line between the disappearance of black families from network TV (Cosbys, Winslows, Banks, etc) and the increased anti-black racism in our culture since it started happening.
I’ve never really been able to articulate it well enough, but this post does it succinctly.