female fans


FASHIONMONSTR: You are pretty open about being gay. Do you feel like you have received some backlash or is it more positive?

Emre: The only backlash he got is from us. We have sent him several hate mails (everyone laughs).

: Oh yeah, haha. No, no backlash at all. Everyone was like, aren’t you worried for your female fans, but I don’t think they understand the younger generation. But they don’t really care. They talk to me more, if anything. And this generation is so much more open minded. (x)

  • Homophobic Fans:Your gemsona can't be gay or bisexual ! ! !
  • Rebecca Sugar:Makes two characters lesbian
  • Homophobic Fans:They wouldn't put GAY people on TV ! ! !
  • Homophobic Fans:Ruby's a guy anyway ! ! !
  • Rebecca Sugar:Makes it canon Ruby and Sapphire both identify as female
  • Homophobic Fans:Then it's just a best friend thing. Friends can love each other too ! ! !
  • Rebecca Sugar:Makes it canon that Ruby and Sapphire are in a ROMANTIC relationship to stop the homophobic SHIT
  • Homophobic Fans:
  • Rebecca Sugar:
  • Homophobic Fans:
  • Rebecca Sugar:
  • Homophobic Fans:Damn

anonymous asked:

Woah, I love Your tumblr *_* Can You show us how exo react when their gf says she is jelaous of their pretty female fans? Thank You

Thank You very much :D

“Don’t be like that You know that I love You”

“Don’t be cause You’re the one”

“Your so cute when You are jealous”

“Did You hear that hyung? She is jealous”

“You know they can spend time with me but in the end I am all yours”

“Are you serious? they are my fans”

“Don’t say it, I love You”

“Really good to hear that earlier”

“Yeah I love them all, but the most I love You.”

“If I be You I will be jealause about me to”

“Are You doing it on purpose?”

“Don’t be it’s really not necessary”

set to release july 2016, marvel studios is proud to announce their latest franchise- the liberators. an all female group of superheroes who have been enlisted to defeat the red hulk, marvel studios hopes to bring in a whole new generation of young female fans. it marks the first all-female led superhero film franchise, and has already started generating a lot of buzz. the group features a few already known superheroes, and is introducting a team of women they hope will garner the same dedication as guardians of the galaxy. (i will be a bit picky on faces for this, but if you’re interested send me an ask and i’ll see if i can fit them in!! i’m thinking of adding more cameos from other superheroes in this as well)

  • she-hulk (jennifer walters) - name here
  • spider-woman (jessica drew) - bridget donoghue
  • valkyrie (samantha parrington) - nadia vogel
  • invisible woman (sue storm) - devon kingston
  • black widow (natalia romanova) - candice wenston
  • thundra (thundra) - name here
  • storm (ororo munroe) - name here
  • hellcat (patricia walker) - name here
  • tigra (greer nelson) - name here
  • red hulk (thaddeus ross) - name here

  • director - name here
  • writer - name here
  • writer - name here
  • executive producer - name here
  • soundtrack - name here

anonymous asked:

About the BBMAs - if she goes with him she legitimizes the whole thing. And this would be a problem for me because it sends a message that it`s OK to date a guy who publicly called all his ex-girlfriends crazy/delusional and constantly objectifies women in his videos. It`s not about Kaylor here, it`s about the fact that all her tween female fans will think that as long as the guy opens the door for them he can call them crazy and blame them for everything.

Yeah :( Really hoping she doesn’t go with him.

Transformers is a brand that’s lasted 30 years. And thanks to opinion polls, female fans are getting some recognition and the chance to see a woman in pages and on the small screen as a female-only crew hits IDW.


Bring on Victorion!

Also, I think this is the first time that Nickel has been mentioned outside of fan circles. 

*Overlord is still male, though. At least outside of Japan. In Japan, it’s…. complicated.

What was it like to be a female Star Trek fan in the 1960s?

I found these reddit posts that I thought gave great insight into what it was like for women in the 1960s who enjoyed Star Trek.  Very eye-opening, in my opinion.  I hadn’t realized the extent to which women enjoying science fiction was frowned upon.  Source: X

[–]Aynielle 6 points 11 months ago:  I often wonder if our mothers pined away for members of the og star trek crew like this? William Shatner was a fine man, back in his day. http://www.culch.ie/images/Shatner001.jpg

[–]thecla 8 points 11 months ago:  Yes, we did. And we wrote fanfic, though there was no internet to share it on.

[–]Aynielle 2 points 11 months ago:  Was it just passed amongst friends? Or were there publications that featured them? Thanks for posting! I find this wildly interesting. :)

[–]thecla 5 points 11 months ago:  Ok, if you don’t mind a bit of a story…

I went to a private girls’ high school in the mid-late 60’s. I was already a geek, though that wasn’t a term we used. Anyway, I’d already watched the first season of ST by the time I got to school, and was freaking out a bit, ‘cause the dorms had only one TV per dorm; each dorm had about a hundred girls in it.

Star Trek was on Friday nights, so I figured there was no way I’d ever get to see it (it was not as popular at first as everyone seems to say it was). I found out, though, that the first person to sit by the TV after dinner got to say what would be watched! It wasn’t really as much of a race as you’d think, because before Star Trek came on, there was Wild, Wild West, and Robert Conrad with those very, very tight pants (Conrad)Everyone watched that! Actually, it wasn’t till I showed up that anyone bothered leaving the TV on after that.

I watched Star Trek alone for the first couple weeks, then a couple girls stayed with me, then more, and soon it was everybody settling in for two hours of quality coughcough TV.

By sophomore year we had it down to a science: who would make the popcorn, who would bring the drinks, and we would sit there with our hair wrapped around juice cans and coffee cans to get just the right amount of straight vs. curl, in our robes and bunny slippers to watch the best looking guys on TV run around, hopefully without shirts on.

Sophomore year brought us an additional student who was really good at writing. She could write phenomenal satires on whatever literature we were reading, and could translate them into Latin or Greek while she was doing it. Her stories always got passed around (remember, no computers, she wrote them out longhand, then typed them with two sheets of paper and a carbon in between. Some of the stories were a hundred pages or more.)

This girl did a full-length take-off on The Rape of The Lock by John Donne, (which is already a satire) that had us all in stitches, ended up being read by the staff (and it was about them…). We could hear the teachers laughing from rooms away!

Anyway, this is the girl that started writing the Star Trek fanfic. She wrote one for herself and asked me to proofread it (we were roommates), and I begged and begged for one about me till she finally gave in and wrote it. Then another girl found out, and another, and then someone else started writing them. And yes, they would make the rounds, so everybody got to read them all. All written longhand, then typed, collated, stapled, and hopefully treasured by the recipient. I wonder sometimes how many of them still exist.

By the way, when I was at home (school in New York State, home in the Chicago area), I never met another girl who watched Star Trek. Science Fiction was so frowned upon as reading material or watching material for girls, you have no idea. My parents were very upset when they caught me reading my brother’s copies of Asimov, or Clarke. Yeah, I had to hide them under the mattress during the day and read under the covers with a flashlight at night. Even at college, it was rare for me to find another girl who liked science fiction.

Submitted by sighlo.

I completely disagree with this confession. As a female fan of DBZ, I really resent this opinion. I’m sorry, but I find this kind of insulting. I’ve never talked about shipping in DBZ. I’ve always loved DBZ for it’s characters and it’s plotline. Just because you see a couple of female fans shipping characters, doesn’t mean that they’re full time shippers; just because they ship doesn’t mean that they don’t appreciate the characters and storyline of DBZ. Personally, the female fans I’ve seen have been very loyal to the characters and the story, not just ships. 

Yo, if you tell older female fans that their interest in One Direction is weird and that instead they should “go look after their kids” then

a) imma need you to reexamine your internalised misogyny, because you’ve basically just said “go back to the kitchen.”

b) you’re implying that One Direction is inherently unworthy of adult praise and attention.

There is no room for age-specific sexism in this fandom. Check yourselves.

Let me explain something.

korean fans   =   real fans
international fans   =   real fans
male fans   =   real fans
female fans   =   real fans
trans fans   =   real fans
young fans   =   real fans
old fans   =   real fans
gay fans   =   real fans
straight fans   =   real fans
casual fans   =   real fans
excited fans   =   real fans
new fans   =   real fans
debut fans   =   real fans

all fans   =   real fans