bare with this jenny

The Chambermaid Lynn

An obsessive-compulsive, voyeuristic chambermaid (Vicky Krieps) begins a lesbian affair with a dominatrix (Lena Lauzemis).

Anita’s Last Cha-Cha

A 12-year old Anita falls in love with the new woman in town; years later, a girlhood crush blossoms during the Fiesta of Santa Clara in Obando, Bulacan.

Bare

A young girl in Nevada becomes romantically involved with a female drifter who introduces her to a life of stripping, drugs, and metaphysical experiences that teach her what happens when real life catches up with dark fantasy.

All About E

A beautiful sexy DJ is forced to run when she stumbles on a stash of cash. Can she keep the money, conquer her demons, AND get the girl?

The Summer of Sangaile

17 years old Sangaile is fascinated by stunt planes. She meets a girl her age at a summer aeronautical show. Sangaile allows Auste to discover her most intimate secret and in the process finds the only person that truly encourages her to fly.

Jenny’s Wedding

Jenny Farrell has led an openly gay life - except with her conventional family. When she finally decides to start a family and marry the woman they thought was just her roommate, the small, safe world the Farrells inhabited changes forever. They are left with a simple and difficult choice - either change with it or drown.          

    

Vastra and Jenny:

  • Have appeared in 5 episodes to date
  • Had a considerable amount of focus and development in all of their appearances 
  • Shown in multiple loving situations
  • Married
  • Onscreen kiss that’s not sexualised (fight me)
  • Alive
  • Not considered good representation by Moffat haters (actual words ‘Nope x 100′

Sky Silvestry (from Midnight):

  • Separated from her wife (pretty much all we knew about her, apart from that she was on a schedule)
  • Possessed because she was isolated
  • Killed off about a third of the way through the episode she’s in (Midnight!Sky is not her and therefore is not representation)
  • Falls victim to ‘Dead Lesbian Syndrome’ trope
  • Considered good representation by Moffat haters

Now, I’m not saying that Sky is bad representation, but you have do some pretty impressive mental gymnastics to say that she is better representation than Vastra and Jenny. She’s barely even a character!

for the idol of the 104th
for the girl who’s always with Ymir
for the self-sacrificial angel
for the bastard of a noble family
for the one she left behind
for the child that wasn’t even meant to be born
for the sincere, stupidly honest, normal person
for the vessel of the first king’s will
for the worst, most despicable villain in the world
for the true ruler of the walls
for the queen of humanity
for the goddess of cattlemen

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Rewatching 2x13, I’m struck by Jenny’s line about Katrina: “I’m not her biggest fan either.” Jenny and Katrina have BARELY interacted, they may only have been onscreen together ever in “The Akeda” (“It’s okay, she’s a witch.”) Jenny barely knew anything about Katrina, let alone had a opinion of her at that point, so her new less-than-impressed outlook on Katrina can ONLY be the result of Abbie filling her in by ripping Strugglewitch a new one in rant form at her sister very recently. I bet that was INCREDIBLE. 

But no matter how much subtle shade they have the Mills sisters throwing at Katrina, TPTB behind this show right now would never have the BRASS BALLS to let THIS conversation happen onscreen. 

Matavai Bay, Mahina, Tahiti

the island of Moorea in the distance

Captain Cook set anchor here in Matavai Bay, Tahiti, to observe the 1769 Transit of Venus

inspired by Jenny Chapman’s Western Scotland photo of the sea with “wee islands just off the north coast of the Isle of Coll,” Nimbus Cat sends Jenny, Algy and our readers the sea with the island of Moorea just barely visible through the clouds.

in honor of Algy’s Birthday for Jenny Chapman and Algy

thank you all for your support for Nimbus Cat

I MEAN REALLY: On Hannibal, Mads and Gillian both play these buttoned-up, immaculately presented, deeply disturbed, hyper-intellectual, brilliant, exaggeratedly cultured, terrifying people. In real life, Mads is a big sports-loving happy-go-lucky stoner (I mean, I’m just guessing) dork who barely speaks English and has self-deprecatingly referred to himself as Jenny from the block, and Gillian is…Gillian. My overall impression of the Hannibal fandom is that they’re quite fun-loving actually, and I’m sure most of them don’t actually expect Mads and Gillian to be scary larger-than-life stonefaced supermurderers, but I hope there are at least a couple that are in serious goth mode and are taken aback when Mads is probably wearing cargo pants with sneakers and dirty hair and a gym shirt and Gillian is wearing a sundress with a sweatshirt and a belt. And also dirty hair. I shall look forward to this blessed event.