female sterotypes

  • Grimmy: Ok, I hate male/female sterotypes. But last year I dyed my hair, and from almost black to white. To blonde. Walked through the radio 1 office the next day and not one MALE noticed. Not one. So I'd like to apologize Fifi on behalf of the male race. We just don't notice things.
  • Fiona: Would you like to apologize for anything else?
  • Grimmy: No. No I don't think we've done anything else wrong actually.
The thing that frustrates me about women’s football is that because it’s deemed a male, masculine sport there’s an assumption that all the players are lesbians, but that’s not the case…..I’m not gay because I play football…
EXO’s Reaction to you Being Insecure About Their Body

this is my first reaction plz enjoy this is ot9 and the insecurities are picked randomly (or they’re not really disclosed) for each member but if you want a full scenario based on a member + an insecurity, request it! my requests are currently open!


Xiumin/Minseok- “What why are you insecure about that? You’re so beautiful I didn’t even notice your thighs touched and I never really cared” 

*Then he becomes the gif lol*

Originally posted by gaysexoal

Suho/Junmyeon- “Wait your boobs are too small? You’re kidding me? I think they’re just right” 

Originally posted by parkchny

Lay/Yixing- “hmm. I don’t know. Too skinny? That can be fixed with my love, I’ll make you healthy and chubby!”

Originally posted by deerxings

Baekhyun- “You’re not that tall. You’re only taller than me cause I’m practically 130cms. Don’t worry about your height I like it”

Originally posted by parkchny

Chen/Jongdae- “WHAT. Who would say you were fat? You’re nowhere near fat, jagiya!”

Originally posted by everybodyloveschen

Chanyeol-”You’re not too short! okay… you are short but I like carrying you everywhere!”

Originally posted by jungkooktouchbutts

D.O/Kyungsoo- “Don’t even start, you’re perfect the way you are. I wouldn’t have started dating you if I didn’t think you were attractive.”

Originally posted by essentyeol

Kai/Jongin- “You’re nowhere near fat. You’re a girl with meat on her bones and I’d rather have that than nothing. Its like chicken who wants only the chicken bone-”

“Jongin shut up I’m not a piece of chicken”

“Okay I’m sorry. I like your body okay.Don’t change.”

Originally posted by luderella

Sehun- “You’re not too fat! You’re thick! We both got nice butts though..”

Originally posted by wooyoung

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Tomorrow is yesterday...

…is so gay, that I don’t even know where to begin.

Inspired by a  fairly well known video clip on youtube, I decided to take a closer look at Kirk, Spock and Captain Christopher in this episode. The video claims to be humorous, but I am dead serious about what I’m writing.

But let’s begin at the start. When Captain Christopher is beamed aboard, he stands with his back towards the transporter room, which on Star Trek doesn’t happen very often:

Captain Kirk enters the transporter room and is immediately intrigued:

Captain Christopher is understandably confused by the situation and the new environment:

But Captain Kirk is does not really think about Captain Christopher’s dilemma:

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I KNOW we’re all feeling v confused, hurt and offended aboutthe whole Lexa arc, but idk how to tell you people that on a narrative/trope level, as WELL as a character level, that was AWESOME


  • In femslash relationships, more than any other type, the love interest is usually so in love with their person that they would do anything for them; this is due to both stereotypes about women (“they love so passionately”/”without your head”) and femslash relationships (“TWO WOMEN = TOO EMOTIONAL” etc). This show didn’t even acknowledge them; yes Lexa has a crush on Clarke, but Lexa is also the head of an army, and she already sacrificed a lover for the sake of her own people. What makes you think she wouldn’t sacrifice a potential lover for the sake of them?!?!?!?!??!
  • Lexa’s mantra this whole season has been: Don’t trust anyone. This implicitly loudly included the addendum “DONT TRUST ME” which Clarke violated from the very beginning. JUST BECAUSE LEXA TRUSTS CLARKE DOESN’T MEAN SHE THINKS SHE DESERVES CLARKE TRUST. Never, not ONCE, did she say “u can trust me about this Clarke”
  • Essentially, I think that anyone who claims that this “””betrayal””” is inconsistent with lexa’s character has been interacting too much with the fanon interpretation where she’s a ‘lil racoon’ who only makes heart eyes at Clarke. This is an element of her character, but ultimately she is a military commander and a canon killer who was able to look her mentor figure in the eye while she stabbed him. Lexa is not scared of making difficult choices, even if it does hurt her.
  • LEXA ALSO VERY STRONGLY BELIEVES THAT NO LIFE IS WORTH MORE THAN ANOTHER: no special treatment from the grounders (making them an interesting parallel to the Arc ppls). When she and Clarke are being attacked, she tells Clarke “leave me here”; essentially, save yourself. Lexa literally looks at a situation, looks at who can be saved more easily, and saves that person. Even if that person isn’t even her.
  • Which brings me to my penultimate point: this was meant to be A RESCUE MISSION. It was successful. People were RESCUED. And you know that if the mountain men had said “u can have 70% of ur people but we keep 30%” lexa would have also agreed 2 that
  • Ultimately, THIS was a bad plan. IT DEPENDED ON A LOT OF SINGLE PEOPLE DOING SPECIFIC THINGS at the EXACT right time. By doing this trade off, Lexa may be “”””losing””” a battle against the mountain men, so that she can ULTIMATELY win the war. Once those MM’s come up, u can BET UR TINY LIL ASS that they will be slaughtered, picked off, one by one, without any substantial damage to Grounder troops. Dante said “peace w the savages”; what he means is a temporary truce until the Grounders are in a position of power. Then: BOOM.
  • ALSO ALSO remember when Jason Rothenberg said this show wasn’t about ships, but characters and survival?!?!? Yeah, I do too. If u want fanservice and putting ships above anything else, watch Lost Girl.

If you still didn’t like the ep, here r some reasons to actually be annoyed about this ep:

  • It was more racist than usual, which is saying something
  • Children make terrible military commanders

Hello everybody, Rini here! So, as you most likely know, I recently created a poll to help get an idea of the demographics of the hetalia fandom. I was not really expecting it to take off, but it actually did quite well, with 249 responses in 2 days! Unfortunately, some of the information provided could not be used, and it instead just gave me more to sift through, for instance instead of leaving the “how old are you question” blank, a few people responded things like “not telling!” and “how long have you been here” question as “too long” and things like that. It was frustrating, but I appreciate that they filled out the form nonetheless.

So, let’s get started!

  • 246 people answered the question, 3 responses were not usable.
  • The largest amount of people were 16 years (45 people)
  • As seen in the chart above, ¾ people who took the poll were under 18

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JTIV On Cassandra Being Neurologically Atypical

I’m just amazed at how on point James Tynion has been with Cassandra Cain. The BRE issues he scripted had some great moments in them like when Bruce gave Cassie a pep talk and hug.

Now his three DC issues have picked up right where BRE left off with Cass being quiet, mysterious, socially atypical, and, of course, a great fighter.

JTIV seems to really “feel” the core qualities that Puckett created for her years ago. Some post-Puckett Cass writers just saw a silent but deadly Asian female fighting sterotype but not JTIV.

Cass is really defined by her past experiences and inner conflicts. Her regret and quest for meaning through redemption is very powerful. Cass being an awesome fighter is great and provides a fantastic compliment to her unique emotional make up but fighting isn’t the key to Cass.

I think JTIV gets it: Cassandra Cain is a very complex character unlike almost any other in comics and he’s writing her spot on.

@NotYoshihide tweeted:

@JamesTheFourth On a more serious note: any plans to explore Orphan being neurologically atypical?

@JamesTheFourth tweeted:

THIS is an interesting question. And it’s where the boundaries of weird superhero fiction and real life bristle.

Cassandra Cain went through severe psychological torment for years, and was kept away from any positive human contact.

She definitely has difficulty relating to people emotionally, and will always struggle with human interactions.

I think, therefore, she is a character that neurologically atypical readers can and will relate to…

But to label her conflates the very fictional basis for her mindset with how real human beings experience the world.

I’m not comfortable conflating that.

Simultaneously, I have no plans to give Orphan a “psychic fix” like in old continuity. I want to explore how she experiences the world.

talkstostrangers  asked:

Can I be honestly? I find incredible sad that for (almost all) laurel fans the only way that she will be truly Black Canary and her existence in the show is ending with Oliver. Like... I don't mind if that ship, that is their free decision, but I have this impression that almost all Laurel fans see that her only way to find her place in the whole arrow world is being with Oliver, and that is sad, I know not all of them. We women, are much more than a girlfriend/wife/lover, we are own our story.

We women, are much more than a girlfriend/wife/lover, we are own our story.

You get the Walter White gif. That’s high praise from me my friend. Because THIS. THIS COMMENT. THIS ASK. IS EVERYTHING. This is beyond TV shows…THIS is what I am teaching my daughter. 

I have always said and I will always say I am a Laurel Lance fan. I am NOT a Lauriver fan and there’s a big fucking difference between the two. The very idea that Laurel needs to be with Oliver to become The Black Canary…the idea that Laurel needs to be in a romantic relationship with Oliver to be valuable to the show…the idea the Laurel needs to be Oliver’s girlfriend to have value at all…



And anyone with that opinion can just…

It’s sexist crap. It’s the proliferation of a stereotype that females in tv/movies are only as interesting as our romantic partner. Laurel can only be Black Canary if she’s dating OLIVER? 

What I love about Laurel, Felicity, Buffy, Alicia Florick, Emma, Meredith Grey, or any Joss Whedon female character, is that these are characters BEYOND their male counterparts. And their interest or story arc is not dependant on their male counterpoint.  It doesn’t mean they can’t have a valuable story with their respective love interests and be the better for those stories. But it is not the sum total of their parts. These are flawed, interesting, multifaceted, layered characters…they are real. Because guess what? Women are REAL…just as real as men. Shocking statement I know. We are not categories. We are not sinner/saint, bitch/girl next door, smart/dumb, whore/madonna, princess/jock and so on.  My daughter can be many things…because she is many things. No one thing defines her.  No man will define her. No person will define her. It’s what my mother taught me.  And you know what? Love came because I knew who I was. It didn’t form me. It didn’t make me who I am. Did it enrich my life? Of course…but my husband doesn’t define me, nor does he desire to. That’s not what love is. And if we are searching for that in TV characters I fear what people are searching for in their own lives.

And you know what? It pisses me off that I can’t tag this Laurel Lance…if that’s not a sad commentary on the thinking I don’t know what is.