I Was Trying To Be Funny But It Came Out as Really Mean: A 5-part documentary starring me.
I Was Trying To Be Loving And Supportive But I Probably Overstepped My Boundaries And Came Off as Creepy: a feature-length film with two sequels and a TV series adaption.
I Was Trying To Tell You I Relate To Your Difficult Situation But It Probably Sounded Like I Was Making It All About Me: a novel saga with several side book adaptions and a movie.
Frozen is the first Disney animated feature film to have a woman director. It’s also the first to have a woman credited as the sole writer since Beauty and the Beast.
Why is nobody talking about this?
because everyone cares more about bitching about how poc arent in fucking denmark
doubly funny because denmark is the most accidentally racist country due to the lack of diversity
#most of their slaves were euro-native #extracontinental slaves were rare before 1800 #european history more like ‘a bunch of idiots being dicks’
this, more or less. Except with the amount of mountains in this movie, it certainly isn’t set in Denmark. C’mon, their tallest ‘mountain’ is 172m high.
Steven Moffat, on Christopher Eccleston’s absence from the 50th Anniversary. (via sea-change)
This is a list of terms to describe a/romantic orientations (the terms are listed alphabetically, not for importance):
- Aromantic: a person who experiences no romantic attraction to others.
- Biromantic: A person who is romantically attracted to members of two different sexes or genders.
- Heteroromantic: a person who is romantically attracted to members of the opposite sex or gender.
- Homoromantic: a person who is romantically attracted to members of the same sex or gender.
- Panromantic or Omniromantic: a person who is romantically attracted to others but is not limited by the other’s sex or gender. Similar to biromantic except that it includes genders beyond male and female including transgender, genderqueer and third gender.
Romanticism and aromanticism, as sexuality and asexuality, can be put on a scale of intensity or frequency, therefore the following terms can also be taken into consideration:
- Grey-romantic or Gray-romantic: a person with a romantic orientation that is somewhere between aromantic and romantic. One type of gray-romantic is called demiromantic.
- Demiromantic: a type of grey-romantic who only experiences romantic attraction after developing an emotional connection beforehand. According to the model derived from Ragber’s “secondary and primary sexual attraction model”, demiromantics do not experience primary romantic attraction, but they are capable of secondary romantic attraction.
People who have a non-binary gender identity may find the following terms useful:
- Androromantic: a person (regardless of their gender) who is romantically attracted towards male-identified people; it helps defining romantic attraction for people who don’t identify in the gender binary system, and can’t say which gender is “same” or “opposite” to theirs.
- Gyneromantic or Gynoromantic: a person (regardless of their gender) who is romantically attracted towards female-identified people; it helps defining romantic attraction for people who don’t identify in the gender binary system, and can’t say which gender is “same” or “opposite” to theirs.
- Transromantic: a person who is romantically attracted towards transgender person(s). Generally used in the trans* community to describe trans* people who are exclusively attracted to other trans* people.
Other terms can be found used, more often than not in the asexual community, but are not romantic orientations (more like characteristics or preferences)
munjarak asked: I know that you said that you started being a cat person when your last dog died because no dog could ever be as awesome as he was. But do you think that you will get a dog at some point in your life? Maybe when you start a family? I think that you can have a greater connection with a dog than cats. My dog can read my emotions by looking me in the eyes. Maybe a pet fox?
After growing up with dogs and living as an adult with cats I can honestly say that the connection I have with each is equal but very different.
Where dogs are energetic in their neediness, cats are quietly insistent with it. A dog will look you in the eyes and you’ll see a sparkle somewhere in there. A cat will look you in the eyes and you’ll see it study you endlessly.
I love dogs and I definitely want a dog someday when I can give it a nice big yard to play in but unlike a few years ago, I see that future home with cats in it too <3
It sounds kind of like, dogs are extroverts and cats are introverts.
laughing at this website bc so many people were acting like they actually cared about the state of the animation industry in regards to representation of women and poc and talked so much shit on frozen but as soon as it came out yall hopped on that fucking disney hype train as fast as you could smh
The problem isn’t ‘Frozen, because it’s a wonderful movie and beautifully done. The problem is that Disney once again chose to make a movie where there wouldn’t be any POC naturally. If Disney could borrow legends, myths and stories from other places than Europe, they would be much better at using more than white characters.
Well… Do the Saami count as POC? Because they’d be there (I assume this is set in Norway because mountains, right?), assuming it was set far enough north. Audiences outside of Scandinavia would probably just read them as white though.
I definitely agree with you about Disney’s story choices though.
Anonymous asked: commission: how-to guide on being a bomb ass chick, go
1. every bad-ass lady needs a good shade of lipstick. i don’t care if you wear any other make up. i don’t care what color it is. but pick one that makes you feel like a knife wielding goddess and you’re ready to go.
2. take risks. small ones. cross the street when the light says stop but there’s no cars coming your way. buy a pair of shoes that you have nowhere to wear, but make you feel amazing. get your hair cut in a pixie style at least once. buy hats if you don’t like it. pretend you do.
3. care about what people think, not because their opinions are more important than yours but so that you know when it comes down to it, who has your back and who has your front. when you’re standing between an ax murderer/Nice Guy and the girl who likes to call you a slut, figure out which one’s going to be more painful. run.
4. find something you’re interested in and educate yourself. watch tutorials on youtube, take a class, get a hot tutor that reminds you of adam brody in the oc and flirt with his sister. get good at it. brag about it. be proud of yourself.
5. buy a mirror that’s flattering. check out your ass. buy lingerie that makes you feel sexy even if you’re the only one who gets to see it. especially if you’re the only one who gets to see it. dance around in it.
6. if you menstruate and have a smartphone. download a free period tracker. let it remind you to stock up on advil and chocolate. on those days, take a hot bath. play your favorite song on repeat. get angry at people more attractive than you. sleep. eat. take care of yourself.
7. be aware of the fact that you’re not going to be happy or confident or strong all the time. it’s okay. have faith in the fact that you can be happy and confident and strong. have faith in the stone cold truth that you are an awesome person. if you’re still having trouble, put on some lipstick. i promise, it helps.
8. find a female role model. find a role model that doesn’t define them-self in the male/female gender binary. find someone that believes in good things for good people. find someone who believe in someone like you.
9. love yourself. give yourself pleasure. don’t be afraid to keep on all the lights when you strip down and touch your ankles. kiss who you want to kiss. have sex with whomever you please. respecting yourself comes down to one single thing and that is you. don’t you ever let someone tell you that you don’t love yourself the way i know you do.
10. believe in love. not for romance or for money or for material things. believe in the kind of love that makes little kids want to hold hands. the kind of love that makes you feel safe. believe in the love that lets you eat a whole pint of ice cream in one go and refuses to let you hate yourself. believe in that kind of love. the love for you and people like you. the love for queens and their knights in stilettos, knife-wielding goddesses, and self-confident pole dancers. believe in the love for bomb ass chicks.