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Can I say something? I don’t wanna be the Supreme.

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misandry-mermaid:

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maridah:

kawaiislutface:

actual badass makoto kino aka sailor jupiter

if ur into sailor moon and u dont like her we cant be friends

A photoset that perfectly expresses Maplebunnie

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Say what you will about restrictions on sex and violence in films, censoring movies did have at least one positive effect: It meant that writers and directors had to work harder to keep the audience’s interest. This can be painfully obvious when it comes to female characters. Irene Adler, for example, was a complex, clever antagonist who outsmarted Sherlock Holmes in the 1891 story she appeared in. In the 2012 television adaptation, Irene has morphed into a one-dimensional seductress who first appears on screen in the nude and who flummoxes Sherlock with her boobies. And why not? A good chunk of the viewing audience is going to be satisfied with having a naked lady on the screen, so there’s no need to waste energy giving her a personality. “Your lines? Hell, I don’t know. Just make some grunting noises or something.”

When Cracked thinks something is up with your portrayal of women, something is definitely up with your portrayal of women. (via yonderdarling)

buggin-shanks:

steven moffat when people criticize his shitty writing 

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