she is raised to believe that she’s some inhuman killing machine, but despite that, she still manages to be a good person
she starts a group to protect victims of her uncle’s violent rule and becomes as revered in some circles as she is feared in others
her protective instinct for children, especially young girls
she goes out of her way in fact not just to protect young girls, but also to teach girls how to defend themselves
has zero tolerance for the male gaze, harassment, and objectification whether it’s directed at her or not, and is not afraid to call out male friends for it
she doesn’t want to get married in a society that doesn’t value women equally and positions wives subservient to their husbands, and she stands by that even when she falls in love
on that train of thought, chooses to fall in love and begin a relationship while never compromising her values or lying to Po
she dislikes dresses and traditional femininity but doesn’t judge women who feel differently
despite her opposition to marriage, when she is proposed to by a man who doesn’t understand or respect her, she still attempts to let him down easy
she dedicates everything she has to protecting a child who needs it despite not having any prior connection to the girl
is strong enough to fight mind control that no one else has been able to resist in order to protect her friends
overcomes a lifetime of being told she’s nothing but a murderer and begins to see her grace in a positive light
the entire reason everyone (including herself) thinks she’s a heartless killer is because she was harassed by an adult man when she was a child, and she realizes that she had the power to do something about that fear but others don’t. her entire life’s mission is based on this intense empathy she has for powerless girls.
I just love her. i love her so much she is so wonderful
Borderlines create the vicious circles they fear most. They become angry and drive the relationship to the breaking point, then switch to a posture of helplessness and contrition, beg for reconciliation. If both parties are equally enmeshed, chaos and conflict become the soul of the relationship.
If you want to save her
Then first you have to save yourself
If you want to free her from the hurt
Don’t do it with your pain
If you want to see her smile again
Don’t show her you’re afraid ‘Cause your circle of fear is the same..
*makes new friends while collecting pokemon outside with pokemon go*
*hoards pokemon, avoids eye contact, never looks up from my phone, mumbles under my breath, is uncomfortable around people, is upset that I am outside, is anxious, if you see me outside leave me the fuck alone*
Closing the racial achievement gap is necessary for our future.
America is changing. By 2050, racial minorities are expected to outnumber
whites for the first time since the colonial era. This news has been met
and, in some circles, fear. But while most of the questions we ask about this future focus on how a new era of diversity
will change America, perhaps the better question is, “How should America
change to prepare?” It starts with fixing our public education system.