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#kdramawomensweek: day 8 // age of youth love-fest | happy international women’s day!

So I pretty much put together some of my favorite scenes from Age of Youth. They’re all scenes that really hit me hard emotionally or just personally resonated with me. When Jin Myung, whose feelings have slowly been bubbling underneath the surface, finally overflows with emotion, full of rage and agony. She finally demands the apology she’s been silently asking for. When she fell to the floor in sobs, I cried with her. I felt that grief. When Yi Na realizes she’s been holding herself back and finally lets herself go. Dammit, that scene just hit me. When Eun Jae blows up and just begs for the housemates to be nice to her I could personally relate to her pain and just how nervous she must have felt to finally let that out and tell these almost strangers how alienated they made her feel and how much it had hurt her. That’s not easy.

As you can see, most of my favorite scenes include the girls all together. The relationship that developed between these girls, different in pretty much every way, from being strangers just living in a house together to sisters that loved and protected each other in any way they could was really the main strength of the show. Even that hilarious scene when the girls beat up Eun Jae’s boyfriend because they think he’s some stranger out to hurt her shows just how willing they are to protect each other. I mean, they burst out of the house the second they heard Eun Jae scream. The girls immediately went to comfort Ye Eun when she finally broke up with a boyfriend she loved so much. And when Eun Jae finally comes home after being out all night, the girls just hug her, saying that everything is okay because she’s here and she’s safe. I’m tearing up just thinking of the scene. That love for each other that made them one of the best friendships of 2016 and just in general.

What I love about the girls individual stories is the journey they went through during the drama and where they ended up. They don’t end the drama suddenly complete and whole, but you know they’ve set themselves on that track. They learn to start forgiving and loving themselves. The ghosts they’ve lived with are never completely gone but they’re not held back and tortured by them anymore.

Anyway, what I really want to say is that I love these girls so so so so so much. There’s really nothing I can say that can convey the amount of love I have for this drama and the Belle Epoque girls. It warms my heart when I think of them and I’m just so happy there’s going to be a season 2.


C: Honestly, I have a pretty solid group of friends, here. So. I’m doing pretty alright, thanks for asking. 


i cant believe gilmore girls made a hamilton reference fifteen years before hamilton even came out

what a great day to remember that the american education system continuously fucks over its students and then punishes them for it :)

I think the part that bugs me the most about the revival is Rory’s characterization. Nevermind her personality or the life she is living, but just the writing for her & Alexis’s acting. I could practically see the vibe she was giving off – the “I don’t know this character anymore” vibe. & it wasn’t entirely Alexis’ fault either because even her script felt weird ( i.e. since when does Rory Gilmore wake up saying “more pizza??” ). It’s like they were recreating Rory with the Rory and Lorelai solutions, but they accidentally combined it as 25% Rory, 50% Lorelai, but then accidentally dumped 25% Miscellaneous in the coffee pot. 

rory’s thirteen and it’s fathers day and usually lorelai blocks the day out to help her forget that chris hasn’t called in months and they go for a movie but rory just knows and she feels kinda…hollow and empty? she fidgets and holds back tears bc she doesnt her mom to think that she’s not enough or anything but she just wants her dad to want her and asks herself why she couldnt have had a dad that tried a little harder? and at the end of the day lorelai takes her to luke’s and maybe he sees that sadness in her…he knows what that emptiness is like and so he makes her a chocolate milkshake and puts an enormous amount of whipped cream on it and gives it to her on the house and maybe thats when she starts to really believe that you know…she does have a dad that wants her and does have a dad that tries and maybe that emptiness starts to fill up, at least just a little

please keep supporting trans wlw. never let yourself turn your back on trans girls and trans women. they are as wonderful and should be as celebrated as cis lesbians and i will not stand for those who see them as predatorial.

our sisters are not predatorial and are as valid and deserving as the rest of us. do not forget this and do not let anyone tell you otherwise, because they are the true predators.

anonymous asked:

Do you honestly think Luke and Michael are gay? Or in love with each other? Or bi? Or pan?

Yeah I think they’re all part of the lgbtqia+ community. And yes muke are in love, obviously

So there’s a cute girl in one of my classes whose phone lock screen is a photo from my favorite show oml my heart can’t take this I’m in love

I’m all about representation on the books, but it really makes me mad when people make the hunters a bunch of girls that are 16 or older. The average age of the hunters is 13, barely teens, they are literally a bunch of little girls, who most of them, are not even teens (With some exceptions like Zoë and Thalia). They are not a bunch of older teenagers, if you want a powerful group of girls who didn’t give up love, you can have the amazons, but please reminder that even if the hunter gave up men on their oath, most of the point of the hunters joining young was they would never reach the age where they would develop romantic feelings, for any gender.

tgc!Eggsy: i had a girlfriend. i lost her and it broke me.

me, an intellectual: what the fUCK are you talking about

what really bothers me is that im able to understand the motivation for most characters in most situations, but what really confuses me is dean’s motivation to ask lindsay to marry him.

like what happened between the fight in 319 and fran’s funeral in 320? why would he propose at 18 to a girl he’s been dating for less than 6 months? and why right after the fight? and why does lindsay agree? the only things we really know about lindsay is that she doesnt like rory (and thats probably down to her being dean’s ex) so then why would she agree to marry a guy who got into a fight over his ex-gf w/her current bf not 2 days ago? why did they get married at all? why didnt they wait? why didnt their parents stop them?

Okay, even if she says something really hurtful/has been acting idiotic pretty much the whole night, you do NOT leave your STINKING DRUNK girlfriend ALONE (!!!) at a party full of other stinking drunk people I’m sorry  

I think another thing that bothers me about how Tifa is attacked because of the misinterpretation of the ’Did we lose to our memories?’ line, is that fans forget that Tifa (and honestly a lot of characters within the compilation) struggle with guilt, forgiveness, and moving on with their lives. Of course we don’t really see all her struggles in Advent Children since the movie is about Cloud. 

I think a lot of people haven’t read ‘Case of Tifa’ or 'CoT’ (which I’ll use often) or honestly just didn’t bother to understand Tifa’s struggles within it. So this is my analysis on Tifa in the novel.

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