1. d-o-r-ia-n:

    queersamwilson:

    I know that Sebastian Stan got a book full of fanletters and stuff for his birthday but would it be possible to give on like that for Anthony Mackie too? His birthday is September 23rd. Or is there already a project like this because if so I’d wanna contribute!!

    we should all totally do something!

    And I just realized that not only do I share a birthday with Bruce Springsteen but with Anthony Mackie. I win. :) 

    (via ealperin)

    3 days ago  /  54 notes  /  Source: queersamwilson

  2. (via GeekMom: Comic Book Corner - Alien Smugglers, Zombies & A Mysterious Superman - GeekMomGeekMom)

In a Guardians kind of mood? Maybe try Starburn.

    (via GeekMom: Comic Book Corner - Alien Smugglers, Zombies & A Mysterious Superman - GeekMomGeekMom)

    In a Guardians kind of mood? Maybe try Starburn.

    3 days ago  /  1 note  /  Source: geekmom.com

  3. ladyspectre:



Finally, some good advice from Cosmo

im gonna reblog this 300 times a day

I don’t think this is really fair. Men are given gender roles the same way women are. If he’s uncomfortable, it’s likely because he’s been told many times over that he’s supposed to be the “provider” in relationships due to his gender. It’d make more sense to me to have a long and serious discussion about why that doesn’t matter than just breaking up with him. That’s more likely to create someone who’s bitter at women and doesn’t know why.

It’s not on her to change him. It’s on him. It shouldn’t be on her to have a long talk with him. It should be on him to realize he’s being an ass. 

    ladyspectre:

    Finally, some good advice from Cosmo

    im gonna reblog this 300 times a day

    I don’t think this is really fair. Men are given gender roles the same way women are. If he’s uncomfortable, it’s likely because he’s been told many times over that he’s supposed to be the “provider” in relationships due to his gender. It’d make more sense to me to have a long and serious discussion about why that doesn’t matter than just breaking up with him. That’s more likely to create someone who’s bitter at women and doesn’t know why.

    It’s not on her to change him. It’s on him. It shouldn’t be on her to have a long talk with him. It should be on him to realize he’s being an ass. 

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  6. Instead of concentrating building her character, the pilot decided to show off Larter’s physical assets. First, of course, she’s Martin’s ex-girlfriend. Second, of course, Martin, in his guise as the right-wing extremist, is taken to a strip club. Third, of course, the plot requires Larter to pose as a stripper to secretly talk to Martin. Fourth, of course, she must give Martin a lap dance.

    Legends: Sean Bean Is Legendary But the Writing Isn’t (Yet) by Corrina Lawson

    In which I really love Sean Bean but get tired of this sh**.

    1 week ago  /  1 note  /  Source: criminalelement.com

  7. thisfeministlife:

Totally had a little dance party when I saw that corrinalawson started following me!! WOOOOO!!!

DANCING! 
Awesome. :) 

    thisfeministlife:

    Totally had a little dance party when I saw that corrinalawson started following me!! WOOOOO!!!

    DANCING! 

    Awesome. :) 

    1 week ago  /  490 notes  /  Source: digitalsolation

  8. She even had her own theme song. She could fight as well as the men, though apparently she was forbidden from actually punching anyone and thus had to resort to kicks and thrown chairs. I never noticed this. I did notice that she was smart, funny, sly, and courageous. Alfred respected her, and their scenes together were some of my favorites, as he not only protected her identity from Batman but seemed to view her as the Caped Crusader’s equal. What a revelation. It was nothing I could put into words at the time, just a deep-seated conviction that this was proof that girls could do whatever boys could. If Batgirl could be as good as Batman, then I could do whatever I wanted to do and be whoever I wanted to be. Was the path of my life all due to Barbara Gordon and those who made her come alive? Maybe. Perhaps I would have found another role model along the way. I was already eager to do a lot of things, whether they were what I was expected to do as a girl or not. But Barbara Gordon was the first to show me the way.

    Geek Inspirations: Barbara Gordon | GeekGirlCon

    One of these days, I’ll read just what led to the creation of Barbara Gordon for this show. For now, I’ll just send gratitude to whoever is due my thanks.

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  9. Kelly Sue DeConnick has the sexy lamp test: “If you can remove a female character from your plot and replace her with a sexy lamp and your story still works, you’re a hack.” I’m adding the Groot test: If your main female character is so underwritten that that the sentient tree who can say three words has a better character arc, you have a problem.
    The Cliffs of Insanity: The Groot Test - GeekMomGeekMom

    2 weeks ago  /  17 notes  /  Source: geekmom.com