I need Hiccup to sing this to Astrid
(( Here’s a few more of our favorite ladies. :) Thanks for all of the support everyone! ))
I really love these Race-bent - HOWEVER, I’m having a hard time accepting the over-details and sometimes Tropy show of each ethnicity… I see no reason to paint Jasmine with blue for the sake of her “Blackness”, not all Africans tribes do that. Same with painting Cinderella’s face white for the sake of showing she is now Japanese. And again, not all Egyptian wore these kind of jewelry. not even high-born.
These are ALL TROPES set up by early hollywood - for the sake of the white audience.
If we want to show other races - thats amazing and great - but please show them how they really are. not how hollywood shows them to us.
(And once again - I love seeing these, they are great! but I had to let out my thoughts as a woman of race and with many different ethnicity friends).
Day of Dragons!!!!
—————— 78 days left!!! ——————
Inspired by (X) because we all know dreamworks is gonna rip our hearts out somehow…
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satan © himself
Rick and Morty started off with a classic episode about a boy (Morty) who was into a girl that was way out of his league, so he wanted some sort of potion to make her fall in love with him
obviously, like in most episodes similar to this one, it doesn’t work out, but instead of making Morty totally blame-free, Rick totally calls him out on the creepiness of his actions.
Rick and Morty might be totally hilarious, but they get pretty deep sometimes. This was just one of the many moments on this show where they missed a chance to make a shitty gag joke about something offensive to bring up a deeper meaning instead, the meaning in this case being:
"just because you call it something innocent, like a love potion, doesn’t make it any less creepy that you’re forcing something on another human being to make them love you against their will"
tl;dr: fuck yeah Rick and Morty
And you know, what I love just as much is that Morty accepts responsibility for his actions— but doesn’t drop the fact that Rick carelessly ruined the lives of EVERYONE else on the planet beyond repair.
I’ve seen so many shows/movies where one character is able to pawn off the entire blame for literally anything by bringing up a weaker character’s transgressions. The writers went out of their way to make sure every uncomfortable plotpoint in this story was addressed and I could NOT be more impressed with them.
I think as soon as the words “roofie juice” happened my heart exploded. Rounded characters getting smacked down for their shortcomings is deliciously progressive, mmm..
hyped hyped hYPED
do you ever
please unfollow me I’m not comfortable with a Zion apologist following me
Already did. I do not feel comfortable following someone who curses me, calls me for attention and acts like a 4 year old over my opinion (which is not Zionism at all if you even knew what my beliefs are).
Good luck in life acting like that. I’m sure you have more respect to others and you are not at all racist and horrible like you seem online.
Also let ‘em know they’re a racist dickwad :D (there’s no “both sides” to occupation and genocide mmk)
"They choose to—" I think if they’re going through check-points its out of need to, well, get to where their…
yeah, I live here. I have Arab and jewish friends and I know about this way more then you do. I live it. I live IN it. Its not all black and white and if you knew a bit about this other than an article here and a news broadcast there, you would know better then to use the words “genocide” so light heartedly. no right minded person would choose a side. there is no right side.
So you can scream nonsense all you want and call me for “attention”, and use curses, but that just shows how you are as a person.
Have a good day :)
Love from the middle east to you~
- In photos: Palestinian Workers’ Everyday Nightmare at Israeli Checkpoints
These pictures were taken between 3:45am and 7am on 11 May 2013 and underline both the dehumanizing nature of the occupation and the resolve of the Palestinian people who face these hardships every day.
These people choose to cross borders Into Israel - thus they need to go through check points. a totally legal and understandable thing!
Also - they are often found carrying bombing devices, including on children and pregnant woman.
In my military service a friend of mine was a soldier in these checkpoints, and he said it happens at least twice a week and not reported in the news.
Also, these pictures are not on a daily basis - since the regulations change according to the state of security - sometimes its more harsh when there are warnings about bombers, sometimes they are light and there are no lines at all.
So if you wanna put pictures with some words - fine. But put the whole story, not just what is convenient to you.