Figured I might as well upload these together since I missed yesterday.

On the left we have Raven Oni, they’re the flying type gym leader in Ensai (the predecessor of Skye) and may or may not be a bird. They might be able to actually fly?? They’re also very sweet and caring, and will support those who need it.

And then on the right is Deborah, the gangly Kadabra. I imagine she probably cut her mustache herself. She’s like an honors student that’s always about to have a breakdown. She’s an orphan that was taken in by other wild Pokemon who are helping her regain stability (and she has a huge crush on the Aggron that helps her.) She tends to carry around her spoon in her mouth when she’s not using it.

days 140/365 and 141/365


For me, it’s more about wanting there to be more female directors. There’s no shortage of women who want to make films. There are so many male directors and so many male-driven films and there are significantly fewer female-driven films and female directors — and that’s not because they don’t exist.

Dakota Fanning

Dakota Fanning directed by women by filmography:

I Am Sam dir. Jessie Nelson (2001)
Father X-mas dir. Marie Rose (2001)
Cutlass dir. Kate Hudson (2007)
Hounddog dir. Deborah Kampmeier (2007)
The Secret Life of Bees dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood (2008)
The Runaways dir. Floria Sigismondi (2010)
Night Moves dir. Kelly Reichardt (2013)
Very Good Girls dir. Naomi Foner (2013)
Every Secret Thing dir. Amy Berg (2014)
The Bell Jar dir. Kirsten Dunst (2018)


(ノ◕ヮ◕)ノ*:・゚✧ Happy birthday, Deborah Ann Woll! (b. 7 february 1985)

When I was growing up I was in love with the classics. I read the entire Shakespeare canon by the time I was 12. I loved it! Everyone else thought it was boring or dry. To me, it’s about sex and violence and all the great, fun stuff. I think if I have a legacy that I want to leave it would be trying to introduce that material to a modern audience in a way so they could see it the way I do.