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wandaventham:

the official twitter account for the environmental protection agency’s office of water just posted about being a C-list celebrity in kim k hollywood 

wandaventham:

the official twitter account for the environmental protection agency’s office of water just posted about being a C-list celebrity in kim k hollywood 

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elizatailor:

or “the love interest who is much more than that but it’s reduce at LI by the fandom”
or even “the long-ass post about how all the ladies are awesome and deserves equal treatements and respect”

Under the cut: the enourmous amount of bullshit that is thrown at characters who have love interests, while being 100% awesome on their own.
More specifically: the attitude towards Lydia, Allison, Kira, Malia and Braeden.

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lady-lori:

mamalias:

allisonargentisagift:

why is lydia martin the only female character the fandom has collectively decided to love and respect? why only her? why only fucking her? it literally kills me. 

i wanna know because it fucking unfair.

why is it now that lydia is in her weakest moments, on the brink of rising from the ashes, the whole fandom is worried? screaming that she’s been abused by scott and stiles? only acknowledging her grief? but when allison was in the same position, the fandom trended #killallison and made sure that crystal saw it? 

why is lydia the only lady given fucking respect in this fandom? why? is it because she didn’t return stiles affection?

why is the fandom so keen on hurting multiple other women, actual actresses, but draws the line at lydia?

i wanna fucking know. why her?

why did my favorite character have to die before she got a 1/16th of the respect lydia gets?

and it is gnawing at me. why does lydia get the chance that allison never got? that erica never got? that cora never got? that kira never got? that malia never got?

why? just why?

i read a post once and it was really interesting. it basically said they identify with lydia because she’s supposed to be really smart. like i’ve even seen somewhere that people said they would hate lydia if she wasn’t a genius. so it’s like the people in this fandom think they’re really smart so they identify with lydia where as they don’t think they can identify with allison or any of the other girls. same with kira tbh she’s awkward so people identify with her and like her. that’s why kira doesn’t get half as much hate as malia

here is the post if you wanna read it 

I do get the feeling that fans think Lydia is beyond reproach sometimes, and I think its a self-insert/wish fulfillment thing. Many fans see themselves as Lydia, or they see Lydia as who they wish they could be. Intelligent, popular, beautiful etc. and not to mention for a long time the only girl Stiles had eyes for— Stiles is the fandoms favorite male character. (Nothing wrong with a little self insert or wish fulfilment btw,) but in a way I think they project a lot onto her as well. Like all the outcry about Stiles not being by her side in the last episodes, or the outrage that Stiles dares attempt to move on from her. Lydia doesn’t seem to be particularly hurt or upset by any of these things, but a portion of the fandom seems to be, and I can’t help but think its because they’re projecting a lot their desires onto her. Especially when it comes to Stiles. 

I’m also of the opinion that Lydia wouldn’t be as loved as she is if she wasn’t intelligent, because in our society people who are considered intelligent are valued more, as are attractive people. I think Lydia would still have the potential to be an interesting and dynamic character even if she wasn’t a super genius though. 






Kevin McHale AKA Artie Abrams from Glee plays Innuendo Bingo

(Source: kevinmchale-news, via kelsielanderson)

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ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: There were two previous attempts, and each one was missing something. But fans have adore your version of Bruce Banner. So what’s your feeling about what Hulk would need to have another stand-alone movie?

MARK RUFFALO: I understand the hesitation. It’s a particularly hard character to make a movie about because he doesn’t want to be there, generally. It’s hard to make a movie about a guy who doesn’t want to be there. And he doesn’t want to do the very thing that you want him to do.

Right. Which is Hulk-out …

So it gets a little frustrating as an audience, and there’s only so much of that. I think they set it up nicely now that Banner’s turning 46 years old, and there comes a point where it’s like “how much more running can I do for myself?”

How does getting older change Banner?

Whatever you hate about yourself or you don’t like, when you get to be 46 years old, you start to say “okay, no.” Obviously, you can never really get away from yourself, so you start to live with some of the things you think are so bad. And maybe they’re not that bad. Maybe those things are what you need to do whatever you were never able to accomplish.

So a solo Hulk film would be not about trying to rid himself of the Hulk, but coming to terms with it as a strength instead of a dangerous flaw?

I think that’s the ticket forward for Banner, to start to figure out where we go with him, to keep that story interesting. I think there’s a whole relationship with Banner and Hulk that needs to be discovered. There’s a very cool thing happening: Hulk is as afraid of Banner as Banner is afraid of Hulk.

That’s what we’ll see in Avengers: Age of Ultron and possibly going forward?

It’s in the comics. But because you haven’t really been able to get inside of Hulk’s head, because the [cinematic] technology wasn’t available to make it nuanced enough to do that, and now it is. So now I think there’s a way to do it. Both of these guys are obviously the same guy, and they have got to come to peace somehow with each other. And I think that this confrontation is building along the lines of this film.

I like that. I like that the thing that scares the fearsome Hulk is Banner — a puny human.

He’s terrified of him

Well, that’s when he goes away, isn’t it?

What makes Hulk afraid? It’s himself. It’s a version of himself that’s weak. It’s a version of himself that’s vulnerable. It’s a child inside of him. It’s very interesting, and I’m stumbling on this. And I don’t know if this is where the next version will go. But if it is in the cards that we’re doing the next version of this, I see some fertile ground there.

Sounds like you’ve been giving it a lot of consideration.

I’ve been mulling this over now for a few years. And I haven’t pushed for it because I honestly didn’t know what hadn’t been done. And this time, there’s an interesting confrontation on the horizon between these two.

They’re fighting over the same body. Who lives and who disappears.

It’s existence. They’re fighting over existence, you know?


Mark Ruffalo’s interview about the future of the Hulk and possible stand alone movie (via lumos5001)

and here we have mark ruffalo discussing jimmy novak vs castiel in the universe where they time-share a body. also yeah. i guess i do have a type.

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selchieproductions:

nowinexile:

#GazaUnderAttack

This is the strongest and saddest thing I’ve read in a long time. 

selchieproductions:

nowinexile:

#GazaUnderAttack

This is the strongest and saddest thing I’ve read in a long time. 

(via sincerely-jessy)




Would you want to see Lydia give Stiles a shot?

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c-lana:

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It’s in order of how much one’s worth from high to low.

Bold names = characters we know
Red = dead

Notable:

  • Names that aren’t on the list (yet): Malia, Peter and Liam

  • Scott still is “The hot girl” with 25M behind his name (It’s not really fun to be the hot girl in Beacon Hills now is it ^^)

  • Jordan Parrish is on the list with 5M, so what is he exactly?

  • The codes were ‘Allison’ and ‘Aiden’, who were both close to Lydia and killed by the Oni, who were controlled by the Nogitsune. So what will the third code be? 

  • The last part of the list has names with a worth of 21.750.000, so how many names are on it and who?

  • Are de codes linked to Lydia and her Banshee powers alone or also linked to ‘The Benefactor’?

(via premoonsyndrome)




bckyb4rnes:

youngmushroom:

hwatlarry:

  • if you are a vegan
  • great!
  • tell me and i will never serve you meat and/or try to question you about it
  • but if you ever
  • ever
  • tell me that im a killer
  • or try to make me feel bad
  • for eating meat
  • i
  • will
  • eat
  • you

ok but consider this: you should feel bad.

ok but consider this: i WILL eat you

(via misandryad)