{ tv taught me how to feel!! }
In some ways it was easier for my generation. Racism was blatant and obvious. The “Whites Only” signs let us know clearly, what we were up against. Not much has changed, but the system of lies and trickology is much more sophisticated. Today young people have to be highly informed and acutely analytical, or they will be swept up into a whirlpool of lies and deception.
—Assata Shakur, Honey Magazine debut issue (1998)

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hahahah I would kiss a girl for a dare I would kiss a girl for not a dare can I just kiss a girl

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i need to know the pork chop story

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I left my wounds raw and empty
I let you fill them

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i want a meangirls 3 with meryl streep, jessica lange, and jane lynch where theyre the bitch clique in an old age home

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Caveat: I’m a little hesitant to even write this, because I’m not sure I’m right.  I’ve only seen the movie once, and I didn’t go into it my critical analysis goggles on.  So it’s entirely possible that this isn’t an entirely coherent take on Gamora.

But, that having been said, I don’t think I’m wrong to be confused by reviews or meta that blow Gamora off.  I mean, it’s actually a little difficult to find something to say just about her role itself, because it seems so straightforward.  Once you realize that her goal is to stop a pair of genocidal monsters from getting their hands on a superweapon, pretty much everything she does makes perfect sense.

Not that there’s no meat to the role, mind you.  It’s just that her behavior isn’t muddled or mysterious or whatever.  I mean, she’s a grown-up child soldier in the service of a death-worshipper who’s still found it in herself to take a stand against an overwhelming force.  She’s got nothing but herself and her wits and whatever dregs she can manipulate into helping her, and she’s voluntarily going up against a warlord who gives an interstellar empire’s homeworld defense forces a run for their money even before the doomsday device comes out.

It’s brave, and it’s desperate, and she pulls it the fuck off.

Her motives aren’t made perfectly explicit, but look at Nebula’s response to roughly the same situation.  Gamora revolts in the face of worse odds and tries to keep the stone away from both Ronan and Thanos.  She’s trying to take the doomsday weapon out of play.  Presumably this is fueled by a personal desire for revenge, though there’s an equally presumable sense of altruism guiding her strategy.  When Nebula sees the chance to make Thanos pay and take her own revenge, her response is a stark contrast.  Ronan can give her what she wants? Let’s burn this mother down, then.  She’ll set a thousand worlds on fire to get her shot.

And Gamora’s doing all this essentially on her own.  She can’t just call up the Nova Corps and go “Hey, guys, I’m actually trying to be a better person and so here’s the deal.” They want her dead.  Thanos has everyone she knows so fucked up that she can’t even get Nebula to do it her way once it becomes apparent that they want the same thing.  There’s no chance of recruiting from the ranks of people she already knows.  She’s fucked from the start, and that doesn’t stop her from not just trying but actually pulling it off.

Like, oh, you want revenge?  Great.  Get in the spaceship.  We’re gonna go get revenge.  Oh, you want money?  Great.  Get in the spaceship.  We’re gonna go get money.  Oh, did I forget to tell you about the fine print?  Surprise, motherfuckers, we’re gonna save the galaxy too.  Get in the fucking spaceship.

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Verity Lambert, as played by Jessica Raine in An Adventure In Space And Time.

(Thank you for all you did for us, and happy 50th.)

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HARRY POTTER HISTORY MEME → three young versions of characters from the books [2/3] » Eva Green as Bellatrix Lestrange

Bellatrix Lestrange (née Black) was a pure-blood witch, the daughter of Cygnus III and Druella Black and elder sister of Andromeda Tonks and Narcissa Malfoy. She started her education at Hogwarts in 1962 and was Sorted into Slytherin house. After graduating from Hogwarts, she became a Death Eater, fanatically loyal to Lord Voldemort. She was one of the few known females in the group, as well as among the most dangerous and sadistic of Voldemort’s followers. During the final battle, she was the last Death Eater standing, apart from Voldemort, but was eventually killed in a duel by Molly Weasley.

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Asexual Parties




there should be asexual parties. we start it off with the dry teeshirt contest where whoevers shirt is softest wins, spin the bottle, who ever it lands on shares a peice of cake with the spinner, then seven minutes in heaven is where you take a 7 minute power nap and people head to the bedrooms to hardcore cuddle.


I am not asexual but may I still come?

Bring cookies and your blanky and come on over

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Jesus: It's important to help those less fortunate than you. Treat them as your brother.
Christian Conservatives: *hurriedly turn the page*


I’m pissing myself laughing at the Beatles fans who are saddened that Kanye West might make an album w/ Paul McCartney because now they’ll be left with the age old challenge of being a classic rock fan, "should I stick with my racially bias opinion of music or admit that rap is a legitimate art form?" I can hardly wait for all the cry babies I’m jerking off rn just thinking about it

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