pastygod:

shaynthehero:

That’s how all women should feel about their body.

This is how everyone should feel about their body

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May: favourite manga & favourite anime

Don’t hate me. I don’t like manga or anime… I did like Sailor Moon as a kid, but that’s it.

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Emilie de Ravin and Robert Carlyle arriving at the OUAT season premiere

I love how Emilie is this giddy bundle of energy, while Robert is just cool and relaxed.

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Seeing all your posts about lack of POC in children-oriented movies made me think you might be the person to ask. Do you know of any discussions regarding how in How to train your dragon there are no POC and only two female characters of consequence (well, three if you count the sequel)? Cause as much as I like those movies I found them super problematic and I want to see other people's opinions regarding that and regarding Dreamwork's questionable choices there. Thanks so much!

thestraggletag:

midstorm:

mockeryd:

Okay, I will answer this anon because they are actually nice.

While I haven’t found any discussions about How to Train Your Dragon, I will give you my two cents.

You can have dragons but no POC? That doesn’t make sense to me. It’s also upsetting that their last villain had dark skin. As much as I love Dreamworks (and think they’re doing better than Disney) I would really like them to try a bit harder when it comes to diversity. Again, it’s not that hard to add POC people into an animated movie.

If you want more dicussuions on said subject, I’ll keep an eye out anon.

One of the things I love about HTTYD is that America Ferrera, a well known Latin actress, is playing a Norse girl.

And women are treated like equals by doing the same job as men.

I always liked that yeah, there were female warriors in the movies. On the other hand there is a total lack of relevant female characters. The few who exist are great, really great, but they’re so few!

Also yeah. Dragons but no POC? Okay.

That reminds me of a conversation I had with a friend. She asked why the adults have Scottish accents and the kids have American?

And I’m like THERE ARE DRAGONS.

I feel like HHTYD2 had better equality of the genders (for lack of a better term) with the additon of Valka. And the women we did see were stronger and smarter than a lot of the men.

I have to say again how much I adore Astrid. She is this tiny girl who is the best warrior of her age. She is tough but still loving and supportive. I wish I had a fictional role model like her when I was a kid.

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thatravenclawbitch:

midstorm:

melissabosquez:

midstorm:

Just watched the first seven minutes of season four.

All I can say again is Regina don’t go back to being evil!

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Seeing all your posts about lack of POC in children-oriented movies made me think you might be the person to ask. Do you know of any discussions regarding how in How to train your dragon there are no POC and only two female characters of consequence (well, three if you count the sequel)? Cause as much as I like those movies I found them super problematic and I want to see other people's opinions regarding that and regarding Dreamwork's questionable choices there. Thanks so much!

mockeryd:

Okay, I will answer this anon because they are actually nice.

While I haven’t found any discussions about How to Train Your Dragon, I will give you my two cents.

You can have dragons but no POC? That doesn’t make sense to me. It’s also upsetting that their last villain had dark skin. As much as I love Dreamworks (and think they’re doing better than Disney) I would really like them to try a bit harder when it comes to diversity. Again, it’s not that hard to add POC people into an animated movie.

If you want more dicussuions on said subject, I’ll keep an eye out anon.

One of the things I love about HTTYD is that America Ferrera, a well known Latin actress, is playing a Norse girl.

And women are treated like equals by doing the same job as men.

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melissabosquez:

midstorm:

Just watched the first seven minutes of season four.

All I can say again is Regina don’t go back to being evil!

Read More

Read More

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5 days until the Rumbelle honeymoon (and then utter angst over the dagger lie…) 

5 days until the Rumbelle honeymoon (and then utter angst over the dagger lie…) 

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Just watched the first seven minutes of season four.

All I can say again is Regina don’t go back to being evil!

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So Tumblr friends I forgot that it was Monday (this is what happens when you work weekends) and Gotham premiered.

How was it? Was it worth the watch?

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# gotham # tv