but only for rebecca

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rebecca’s favourite ships: Captain Swan (Once Upon a Time)

“Emma, when we met there was just one thing that mattered to me, getting my revenge. And you did something that no one else ever could. You showed me a heart full of love was the most precious treasure of all, and one I don’t intend to lose. They captain’s heart belongs to his ship, but with this ring it now belongs to you.“ 

"Killian, I’ve spent so much my life on my own and then Henry found me and brought me to Storybrooke and help me find the rest of my family. Just because you learn that you come from true love, doesn’t mean you believe you’ll find it but thanks to you now I have.”

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Now, I don’t know what Charles put in your head, but I am not whatever it is you think I am, okay? I only met you, like, a week ago. You got your Rebecca, your Delilah, your blah, blah, blah, whatever. Everything you asked for, you’ve got it! And it is better this way. Because I suck at this. Bad shit happens to people I care about, you understand me?

Logan (2017) dir. James Mangold

Remember when the Tonys was nutting in their pants over #TonysSoDiverse

Well here’s the break down of the winners:

In the categories where men and women can win (excluding best show awards) there were only 2 women who won

  • Rebecca Taichman for Best Direction of a Play for Indecent
  • Mimi Lien - for Best Scenic Design of a Musical

There were only 4 POC who won a Tony (excluding best show awards)

  • Mimi Lien
  • James Earl Jones - Special Award for Lifetime Achievement
  • Baayork Lee - Isabelle Stevenson Award
  • Alex Lacaimore - Best Orchestrations

Don’t let the Tonys fool you, once diversity isn’t mainstream profitable like it was last year with the Oscars and Hamilton they’ll drop you, consider it a ‘trend,’ and won’t mention it again

This isn’t about the fact that certain performers didn’t win but the audacity for the show to rub in the world’s face how diverse they are and gave themselves a pat on the back. and then continuing that idea this year while having even less diversity than before

𝖎 𝖜𝖔𝖓'𝖙 𝖍𝖊𝖘𝖎𝖙𝖆𝖙𝖊

“You wanna fuck with me? 𝖎 𝖜𝖔𝖓'𝖙 𝖍𝖊𝖘𝖎𝖙𝖆𝖙𝖊”

indie rp blog for rebecca, the real housewives of vine. Experienced. Only looking for fellow experienced muses,

lms for a br and a starter. EX “I am aware that I am an asshole.” 18+ only. Smut and gore friendly. Mun likes vore. 

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We are the Crystal Gems!
We’ll always save the day!
And if you think we can’t
We’ll always find a way!
That’s why the people of this world believe in
Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl and Steven! 


You used to call me on my cell phone
Late night when you need my love
Call me on my cell phone
Late night when you need my love
I know when that hotline bling
That can only mean one thing
I know when that hotline bling
That can only mean one thing 

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I’m not sure if this really cool video can be watched outside Brazil, but it’s a great interview with sweetheart Rebecca Sugar and I translated some of the questions:

1. Are the animals of Steven Universe based on real life animals?

2. is there a character that, as it develops, surprises you?

3. do you have a favorite fusion?

4. talk about your inspiration to create the songs, and how is your creative process!

5. Do you watch the episodes of Steven Universe dubbed in different languages?

6. if you could fuse with any gem, which one would be?

7. which food from Steven Universe (universe) is your favorite?

8. any advice to young people that wishes to become writers/musicians/animators like you but are too shy?

I haven’t seen it before, only in this PTBR version so, IDK?? It’s lovely and Rebeccas’s interviews are always well thought and fun to watch! 

  • Mako: You know that time when we went out after seeing your friend's terrible band and you ordered french fries, and I ate all of them because I was wasted? When I think of myself doing that I am… That was so selfish of me. And I'm sorry.
  • Asami: Wow, I'm really glad you reached out about that.
  • Mako: You are?
  • Asami: No, I don't remember that at all, but I will take your french fry apology and apply it to other stuff.
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An absolute must watch. 

Books with well-written, canonically autistic characters

If you’re autistic, you’re probably tired of the only representation you see being a four-year-old little brother, or mysterious eccentric savant. I know I am, and that’s why I’ve decided to compile this list of three-dimensional autistic people in books. This was originally intended to be a masterpost, but there aren’t really enough for a masterpost, so feel free to add on if you’d like!

On the Edge of Gone- Corinne Duyvis

     Book Description- January 29, 2035. That’s the day the comet is scheduled to hit—the big one.

 Denise and her mother and sister, Iris, have been assigned to a temporary shelter near their hometown of Amsterdam to wait out the blast, but Iris is nowhere to be found, and at the rate Denise’s addicted mother is going, they’ll never reach the shelter in time.Then a last-minute encounter leads them to something better than a temporary shelter: a generation ship that’s scheduled to leave Earth behind and colonize new worlds after the comet hits.

 But each passenger must have a practical skill to contribute. Denise is autistic and fears that she’ll never be allowed to stay. Can she obtain a spot before the ship takes flight? What about her mother and sister?

When the future of the human race is at stake, whose lives matter most?

     My Review- I really, really, love this book. I’ve recommended it to everyone I know. Denise is Black, making this the first book I’ve found, and possibly the only book so far, to have a Black autistic character. Her autism is never seen as something that makes her lesser, and it’s a part of her she firmly refuses to apologize for, and even something that helps her out a few times. She’s also unquestionably a hero- putting her lives at risk to save others, and defying authority to do so. Her sister is trans, and it’s addressed very respectfully- she’s her own person, and an extraordinary one at that. It’s not a huge deal, and you never even find out her deadname, which is super nice. As an added bonus, the author herself is autistic! I would rip out my own heart for a sequel. 

In the Absence of Light- Adrienne Wilder

 Book Description-  For years Grant Kessler has smuggled goods from one end of the world to the next. When business turns in a direction Grant isn’t willing to follow he decides to retire and by all appearances he settles down in a nowhere town called Durstrand. But his real plan is to wait a few years and let the FBI lose interest, then move on to the distant coastal life he’s always dreamed of.

Severely autistic, Morgan cannot look people in the eye, tell left from right, and has uncontrolled tics. Yet he’s beaten every obstacle life has thrown his way. And when Grant Kessler moves into town Morgan isn’t a bit shy in letting the man know how much he wants him.

While the attraction is mutual, Grant pushes Morgan away. Like the rest of the world he can’t see past Morgan’s odd behaviors.

Then Morgan shows Grant how light lets you see but it also leaves you blind. And once Grant opens his eyes, he loses his heart to the beautiful enigma of a man who changes the course of his life.

 My Review- This book was really refreshing. I can’t put into words how much it means to me to have an autistic character, especially a high-support one, written as a love interest. The book is told from Grant’s point of view, not Morgan’s, and he holds some really ableist viewpoints earlier on, but Morgan doesn’t hesitate to put him (or anyone else) in their places. I loved his snark and how he plays off people’s assumptions to put them in their places. Warnings for graphic descriptions of past abuse, and ableism from the characters and some unintentional ableist language (i.e. “severely autistic”) from the author.

Anything But Typical- Nora Baskin

 Book Description- Jason Blake is an autistic 12-year-old living in a neurotypical world. Most days it’s just a matter of time before something goes wrong. But Jason finds a glimmer of understanding when he comes across PhoenixBird, who posts stories to the same online site as he does.

Jason can be himself when he writes and he thinks that PhoneixBird-her name is Rebecca-could be his first real friend. But as desperate as Jason is to met her, he’s terrified that if they do meet, Rebecca will only see his autism and not who Jason really is.

My Review- I was a little wary going in, expecting it to be an inaccurate and dismal portrayal of autism, but I was pleasantly surprised! Jason is well-written and really resonated with me- I’m not sure if the author herself is autistic, but she definitely did her homework. It’s nice to see an autistic character portrayed as creative, and the book also addresses issues with ‘cure’ mentality and pressure put on autistic people to act more socially acceptable.

theblackmitsurugi  asked:

Hello I love your Luffy x Nami blogs I also ship them as well But do you think that Oda sensei actually secretly ships Luffy x Nami ?Because knowing Oda he doesn't like to reveal secrets in One Piece

First of all, thank you very much.  I hope you enjoy my blog even more.

Oda doesn’t like to reveal secrets because it keeps his story telling amazing.  To me, I don’t think it is a secret that Oda ships Luffy x Nami.  It was revealed that Oda actually wanted Luffy to meet Nami before Zoro, but his editors told advised him not to.  Like any author who’s manga just became an anime, Oda has a hand in the beginning episodes of the series. We see in the VERY FIRST anime episode and that Nami and Luffy meet each other and lock eyes in a special way before Zoro was introduced.  It’s a pretty intense scene.

The ONLY One Piece movie that was completely written by Oda was Strong World.  Basically it’s LuNa World.  If you haven’t watched it, then go watch it now because I don’t want to write 5 paragraphs on this movie.  Only thing I will say is that in an interview Oda said Strong World is not canon, BUT the way the characters interacted is canon.  So all those LuNa moments is how the characters really act.  Especially, the part where Luffy finds out he didn’t hear the ending part of Nami’s messages is described as a “love letter” and was meant for Luffy to hear and getting embarrassed that Luffy wants to hear what he missed in front of her when she already knows the rest of the crew heard it…….. Oda wrote all of this

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Oda loves to take ideas from anime fillers and make them become canon.  Oda has been known to do this.  The biggest one is from the Millennial Dragon Filler arc where Luffy can only understand and hear the dragons.  This later becomes the “Voice of All Things”.  Last Year in One Piece special “Adventure of Nebulandia”  Nami his holding and looking very worried as he is found not breathing.  Now in chapter 826 or should I say episode 784 we see Nami doing the same thing, but this time Luffy is poisoned (nobody else holding Luffy’s hand).

The climax of Flim Gold was personally written by Oda.  It was reported that he was not satisfied with what the anime team was giving him.  The climax includes the BIGGEST LuNa moment of the entire movie where Nami get captured by Tesoro and Luffy gets extremely angry and demands Tesoro to let Nami go and Tesoro instantly realized that Luffy was like him when he was pleading for his lover, Stella, to be released by the Celestial Dragons.  Eventually Luffy saves Nami with Carina, but that parallel with Luffy and Nami with Tesoro and Stella was written by Oda.

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Lets look at the colorspread that commemorates One Piece’s 20th anniversary.  We have Nami and Luffy the only ones sitting together on a throne and Luffy’s arm actually around Nami’s waist.  The look like they are the King and Queen of the crew and as a power couple.  If that isn’t a hint from Oda on a very important colorspread, then I don’t know what is real and fake anymore.  This King and Queen hint was shown in the colorspread for chapter 699 where Luffy and Nami are the only ones dressed as a King and Queen and sitting on the same throne and all of the Straw Hats are dressed as knights.


Lastly, the Hat scene is not question the biggest thing for the LuffyxNami ship.  If you notice, Luffy saves and rescues A LOT of women and A LOT of women have cried to Luffy for help and Luffy kicks the villian’s ass. There is Nami, Vivi, Robin, Shirahoshi, and Rebecca.  The only person Oda made Luffy give his hat to as a sign of comfort is Nami and the first time that Nami received Luffy’s hat she instantly remembers that his hat is his only treasure and what it means when Luffy gave it to her as he is about to kick Arlong’s ass for her.  Nami has received Luffy’s hat on multiple occasions as a sign of comfort.  Back on drum Island when Nami was sick and in Skypiea when Nami was panicing and didn’t know how to save everyone.  Nami tends to see Luffy as an emotional anchor.  Other prime examples is that Nami has only cried to Luffy about their friends are sacrificing themselves to save them and others.  Nami cries to Luffy and yelling at him to take things serious when she tells him that Robin is sacrificing herself and Nami hugging Luffy and then crying because Sanji is sacrificing himself.  It’s just the way Oda has built Nami and Luffys relationship.

There is more, but I’m done writing.

I hope that helps.