i promise you if there had been a human baby born that was conceived with “female sperm” made from an egg or bone marrow or whatever, it would have been all over the news. i’m genuinely sorry to disappoint but before you ask me to prove that it hasn’t been done… try to find any credible source claiming it has been done
They scout the factory with flashlights in hand; wide rays
of light bounce off machines and glare against the dull metallic surface. Sources
say Ben and Jerry’s are about to show case four new flavors to the public
within the upcoming weeks and Harley wants first dibs on them all. She ropes
Riddler along with the excuse she’ll need help carrying the ice cream home.
Please stop reposting art. Not just mine, but everyone else’s. It’s disrespectful and harming towards the artists. I understand you might want to share the art of your beloved characters everywhere, but the artists’ wishes and desires about their own art are what matters the most and come first before everything. Please understand, respect art and artists. Thank you.
I am a huge fan of Cartinelli, as is Lyndsy. And we are huge supporters of LGBT rights. And we hope there’s more diversity on television, promoting the importance of those kind of relationships, whether romantic or platonic. The thing that stands out for me and Angie’s relationship…Peggy and Angie, is that it’s seldom that you see on television a friendship between two women that isn’t founded on the interest of a man that they’re talking about. And also it isn’t competitive or bitchy - I think there’s a genuine affection that they have for each other, whether or not you want to project the idea that that’s romantic or sexual onto it; [it]’s entirely up to you and how you want to view it. But I think there’s a mutual respect that’s quite rare, that I want to see more of in film and stories ‘cause I think it reflects much more the quality of the female relationships that we have with each other in society, which, a lot of the time, are not competitive and bitchy. If anyone was like that in my life they wouldn’t be in my life! So we wanna have less of them on screen, and a much more honest representation of female relationships.
Hayley Atwell discussing Cartinelli and the importance of female relationships and their representation in film / Fan Expo Canada, Toronto, September 6, 2015.