this was in the 60s
they didnt even try to hide the gay
we all remember the first time we heard Benedict Cumberbatch’s voice
this is incredible
I THOUGHT IT WAS A CANVAS PAINTING
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If you think about it, Facebook has not even reached the stage of Gif’s yet.
How can I express my feelings with no italics
It has not even got bold
And we need to talk about:
- Bullet points
I may as well
You can’t even put links into text
you did not just link that
some awesome signs outside the Supreme Court
May I just please direct your attention to the facial expression of the girl in the middle last picture? It’s quite amazing.
not long ago our marriage was illegal
if that doesn’t put shit in perspective then what does
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fucking flawless omg
Responding with this appropriate GIF
The continuing struggle between people who have the authority to say how you should pronounce .gif and basically everyone else ever is never not going to be hilarious.
Tw: discussion of Sexual Assault, ‘Real Men’ bullshit
Omg you need to WATCH THIS TED TALK RIGHT NOW
It’s (almost entierly non-problematic) feminist: yes
It talks about social ques given to children through kid’s movies and the whole Magical Quest trope: yes
It talks about raising boys to respect women in a way that’s not just chilvarly: yes
It’s written by a man: yes
Watch, listen and learn, because this guy knows what he’s talking about. It’s important to teach the right lessons to both girls and boys.
This is fantastic, funny, and extremely true. Both girls and boys need to learn together that they’re equal, not just “girls can be powerful” and “boys can be powerful”. take a sec to watch this, dashboard!
“…the story where the boy is a hero, who defeats the villain through violence, and collects his reward, which is a woman with no friends and who doesn’t speak.”
WHAT A GOOD LINE THOUGH
This is why shows like Steven Universe and Adventure Time art important, because they show not only women engaged in powerful yet benevolent positions, but they show men and boys as strong not only in a physical sense but in an empathetic sense, and also unafraid to engage in femininity and be proud to associate with women.
Oh yes. God yes. All of this.