greenchestnuts:

Nicole Beharie as Sam Wilson

This would be the best thing ever.

Genius.

moelskerdeg:

humnoo:

a-pariah:

why is the female hero so often tomboyish

why cant there just be one like oops i chipped my barbie pink nail polish while brutally killing an entire armada of time traveling ninja pirates

with my hair curler

Um…

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Instead of saying “You’re fat and you’re ugly.”, I’m going to say “You are the person who helped your mum out, who saved your best mate, who lives with an illness, but keeps on going.”

shieldmaiden-of-celestial-intent:

detectivesangelstardisandwands:

becapella:

gayest scene in modern film history

I WAS SO DISAPPOINTED THAT THIS DIDNT TURN INTO A WONDERFUL GIRL GIRL ROMANCE

If they had been real life people it would have happened. Jesse wouldn’t have had a chance.

I remember this femslashy and fantastic moment!

azuresquirrel:

astheshadowslovethecastle:

atheisticasshole:

Wait but hear me out

  • ravenclaws that hate studying and procrastinate every assignment
  • hufflepuffs that curse like sailors and that look like they could definitely fuck you up if they wanted to
  • slytherin that are really nice and sweet who constantly ask how your days going and if you need help with something
  • gryffindor that are scared to kill the spider in the corner of their rooms because who knows if that shit can fly or if it’ll attack you  

-Jake Peralta

-Rosa Diaz

-Amy Santiago

-….not sure

TERRY IS THE GRYFFINDOR

THEY CAN ALL GROW UP AND BE AURORS TOGETHER OMG

Legitimately, this is one of my favorite jokes in Beauty and the Beast.

A message from Anonymous


What interview with Steven Moffat and Benedict is the reference to 'top' and 'bottom' Sherlock from? I'd like to watch it myself. ~snootiegirl99

So firstly, it is UTTERLY HILARIOUS that Benedict so deeply considers Sherlock a bottom, mostly because I love that he’s clearly put way too much (or just the right amount, really) of thought into this.

But secondly—lately I’ve been wondering if, on some level, it even matters if Johnlock becomes canon. Which, of course, it utterly fucking matters. It would be a big step for representation and visibility; it would be great for bisexual representation and there are a whole lot of fans (gay and straight) who have been putting up with shit and rooting for this ship for so long. Me included, though I won’t pretend that their relationship representation could mean as much for me as it could for many of the queer Sherlock fans I know. But I think, in general, more and better representation helps everyone. (And I do ship this ship. Very hard.)

Okay, so yes, it would be fucking important for John and Sherlock to get together in canon. But some part of me lately has been learning to appreciate where we are now as well—hovering between considering the canon relationship physical versus emotional—no question, it is a romantic relationship, with mainstream media sources considering what Johnlock would be like as a couple, instead of just a niche corner of fandom (which exists too, of course!). That’s not the same as representation on screen—but that means something, too. 

And here’s the thing about an idea: nothing—not even the heteronormative canon we may get in the end—can kill an idea. It’s only a matter of it being spread around. Oh wait…why does that sound so familiar?

221behavior:

It came from the “Applelock” Sherlock: Meet the Filmmaker panel made in February of this year, which is downloadable (for free) on iTunes right here.

About 40 minutes into it, Moffat’s answering a question about how they feel about the internet fandom and says that in pornographic fanfiction the characters are usually “very happy.” Benedict seems surprised/amused and asks, “Should I be? Am I well endowed?” and Steven answers, “It doesn’t see daylight for long, mate, so who knows?” which sets Benedict to giggling. After Steven continues to answer but Benedict keeps laughing, Steven chides, “Oh, Benedict, pull yourself together,” to which Benedict says, “That’s so good, that’s so good. I thought I was the one getting it, obviously not,” at about 42:20 minutes in.

Sherlock (The Reichenbach Fall): Ah, Moriarty is smart. He planted that doubt in her head; that little nagging sensation. You’re going to have to be strong to resist. You can’t kill an idea, can you? Not once it’s made a home (he briefly places his fingertip on Lestrade’s forehead )… there.

redbellied-piranha:

Some famous bisexual people. [x]

Click on the pictures for their names and claim to fame

Malcolm X was bi?

Amazing!

strawbeary-boy:

Gina Torres as Wonder Woman

Nicki Minaj as Power Girl

Laverne Cox as Huntress

Lucy Liu as Zatanna
Beyoncé as Black Canary

inspired by x

GIVE IT TO ME

Totally fantastic!

faxmachine:

I think the reason why the phrase “I’m not like most girls” annoys me so much is because women have been conditioned to feel like they have to disassociate themselves from the female gender to be recognised as an interesting human being and if that isn’t fucked up then I don’t know what is

This is so handy! I’ve been trying to explain/understand what upsets me about “I’m not like most girls” for eons, and constantly coming up short. Thanks, faxmachine!