seriously tho like nothing should have been more screamingly obvious to thor that something was amiss than when odin just sat there with his goddamn legs spread a mile wide like who do you know who does that thor i’ll give you one hint it’s your fucking brother
[2/5] outfits → allison argent in the girl who knew too much
Just wanted to take a moment to say, Robert Downey Jr: FUCK YOU
I’m always surprised at how much he gets away with this shit. Then again, maybe I shouldn’t be surprised…
reasons why i’m never going to be able to get behind rdj
Embarrassed to say that I did not know about either of these movies or this blatant racism.
I… You… What?
I can’t say anything for the movie on the right ‘cause I’ve never heard about it or seen anything from it or know anything about it.
But the movie on the left is called TROPIC THUNDER. It’s a comedy. And in it he’s playing a pretentious actor that’s so full of himself that he finds nothing wrong with using black-face. The movie… is about… how idiotic and full of themselves actors are. That’s the… entire point of a movie. This is like taking a still of a movie where he says FUCKING FAGGOT and saying, “Can’t believe he’s such a homophobe.” He… the entire point of him wearing that is to make fun of it. I don’t…
By saying him wearing that is racist and bad is the entire point of him wearing that.
[And apparently the second one is from A GAME OF SHADOWS where his character is dressed up in order to go disguised. I don’t… understand how that’s bad either.]
In neither of these movies was he being racist. One of Sherlock Holmes’ talents is being able to completely change his appearance and fool anyone. In Tropic Thunder he plays a character who is a famous actor and in the movie they point out how ridiculous it is that he’s playing a black man. It was a joke, he even says “I’m the dude playing the dude disguised as another dude” In A Game of Shadows, it was following the actual canon of how Sherlock would disguise himself.
it’s all about context
gj tumblr you’ve done it again
guys it’s called acting
why does everything have to be solved by true love’s kiss like why can’t things be set right by true friendship’s high five, embrace, and session of several songs sang together loudly and off-key
THIS IS THE PERFECT EXAMPLE FROZEN BROKE THAT STEREOTYPE
hello 911 my sock is falling down inside my shoe
YOU GUYS IT’S DECEMBER 10TH YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND THIS HAS BEEN IN MY QUEUE SINCE FEBRUARY
you have the rest of the day to reblog this
This is also me and my boyfriends one month woah plot twist I’m not single
He’s dreadful, of course, but Haymitch is my family now…
I recently learned from
Black feministsstrugglingtobeheard and other feminists that we are appropriating this word. A Black feminist named Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw came up with the term intersectionality to talk about how race and gender intersect for women of color. It was never intended for white women to use to describe our own feminism or an allegiance with woc—or, worse yet, intersecting oppressions for white people.
We can be anti-racist, we can be allies, we can be social justice bloggers, but we are not “intersectional.” We don’t experience the intersection of race and gender.
The thing is Crenshaw never gets credit for coining this term and white feminists ignore the fact a Black woman invented it to describe her experience as a Black woman, and for other women of color to use. We as white feminists often use this term without ever engaging with Black womanists and Black feminists or other feminists of color, which constantly sidelining their issues, and being racist ourselves or not checking our privilege. Also, I’ve seen white women go to a desi woman’s ask box, when she was talking abou racist white feminists in her grad program and tell her, “oh it’s too bad there are no intersectional feminists in your school!” And she had to tell them, “nope they call themselves intersectional feminists, but they are still racist and throw woc under the bus.”
Some of us like to think if we call ourselves “intersectional” than we’re not like ~THOSE~ white feminists those ~non-intersectional~ white feminists, but that’s not true. We are white feminists—we have white female privilege. We benefit just as much from white supremacy as anyone else and we are just as able to be racist and exclude, talk over, invalidate or ignore woc.
I used to use this term for myself and I used to use this term to describe “intersections” of my oppressions. But this isn’t right. That’s not how the term was intended. And us white people steal too much shit from POC—especially women of color—ESPECIALLY Black women.
So let’s stop appropriating this term and give it back to the women who it was made for—women of color.
I couldn’t find it, but the first post I read on the subject was by strugglingtobeheard… I’ve looked everywhere for their post on it to link it in this post but couldn’t find it. If anyone knows which post I’m talking about let me know. They talked about a speaker’s event they went to where wthey discussed how white feminists using the term “intersectionality” was akin to white people playing rock and jazz…
I also apologize for not citing strugglingtobeheard as the primary source to begin with - that’s very white feminist and shitty of me.
I added gradientlair’s post, because that’s where I first heard the term contributed to Kimberlé Williams
don’t even get me started on how bad i felt for Mjölnir during this part of the movie. the poor hammer had no fucking idea where to go.
So I don’t think those free condoms universities hand out suck as much as guys say they do.
Okay, but seriously. If you’re ever considering sexy times with a guy and he tells you that he can’t wear a condom there is a 100.3% chance that he is a liar, and you should definitely not have sex with him. Don’t have sex with liars. Have sex with a cute honest people that bring you ice cream the next morning. Liars do not bring you ice cream. And if they do it’s ice cream made of lies. Ice cream made of lies is very emotionally unfulfilling. Don’t trust liars or their disease-ridden ice cream.
that was the best safe-sex talk ever.
Why I am suspicious of those who say they got pregnant because a condom “broke”…
HAVE ANY OF YOU EVER USED A CONDOM. HAVE ANY OF YOU HAD SEX YOU KNOW NOTHING ABOUT CONDOMS. SHUT THE FUCK UP. I’m sick of this shit. Just because a condom has a tensile force high enough to withstand inflation does not mean it can comfortably fit any penis. No one wants latex literally stretched against a boner like it is in this pic. A condom that is too small causes added friction which can lead to the condom tearing. If someone tells you it is too small, you LISTEN. YOU DO NOT HAVE RAW SEX WITH THEM. THAT IS NOT WHAT I AM SAYING. YOU GO BUY A MAGNUM. There are even sizes above that. SO NO THERE IS NO EXCUSE TO SAY THAT A PERSON CANNOT WEAR ANY CONDOMS BUT THERE ARE PLENTY OF PEOPLE WHO DO NOT FIT IN CERTAIN SIZES. And whoever the fuck said they don’t believe condoms break is literally fucking stupid as hell. You didn’t even try to think you slut shaming ignorant ass. Condoms do not break from things not fitting in them. They break due to frictional forces without sufficient lubricant and air bubbles trapped in the reservoir tip that push through the latex upon ejaculation. Proper application requires that the tip be pinched to remove this air while it is rolled down the shaft. Very few people know this due to the rampant lack of appropriate sex ed. Proper condom application technique and education is crucial to effective birth control and STI protection. So before you go spouting your ignorant crap, how bout you think about your penised partner and the overall function of a condom and try to spread real education rather than shaming people.