i dont think thats good but

the thing about the show i was thinking earlier was like if tfp was somehow real or johnlock just doesnt happen in the lost special even (unlikely) now because they like? are super into dragging will they wont they out- like either thats not true and we get the good ending soon bc shits going on or, shittier ending but, if theyre not completely kfkadjal on another planet theyll realize they went too far and just. give us the fucking kiss . but like either way i’m just gonna be chillin over here bc i think one way or another it’ll end not horrible so idk

anonymous asked:

Honest question man, but why do you hate jiraiya?

i might make an actual list of shit he’s pulled sometime but uh the short answer is: he’s just a selfish creep lol. 1. im not a fan of the lovable pervert trope. he harasses and objectifies women and its nasty. 2. he was honestly a shit godparent to naruto. where was he that whole kid’s childhood? i know thats more a failure on kishimotos writing and planning ahead but. still. also comes to mind that time he legit stole all of narutos savings when hes already filthy rich like. dude. aaand i dont think the way he was so sexual around naruto (to the point of like. making naruto do sexy jutsu for him in exchange for time and attention) was at all appropriate.

and idk prob more. like i dont think he was meant to read as so morally reprehensible and kishimoto def intends him as a good parental figure but i would strongly disagree and i think he sux, basically


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I’ve been itching to play around with the idea after seeing really good arts of body!swap, and the prompt was a perfect chance for me to do just that. /u\ 

For some reason, I wanted to see Sans suffer on a date with Mettaton, haha!

Shout out to all the trans aces who:

  • Don’t feel ‘truly’ asexual because you don’t know whether your dysphoria is having an affect on your sexuality
  • Feel that your trans-ness can’t be removed from your ace-ness but are told it should be
  • Don’t feel comfortable in hypersexual LGBT spaces
  • Have had your asexuality invalidated by people who say you can’t be ace and trans
  • Have had your trans-ness invalidated by people who say you can’t be ace and trans
  • Are happy that you’re trans and ace
  • Are sad that you’re trans and ace

Your feelings are valid. Your identities are valid. And you are amazing (ace, even!).

I dont get why more fans dont headcanon ushiwaka as autistic i mean??

Missing social cues :
-he really thinks hes giving oikawa good advice w/ the ‘you should have…’ bc he thinks thats the environment oikawas talent would grow best in
-doesnt get why oikawa gets so mad when he says that
-doesnt get why people get mad when he’s overly blunt and inconsiderate of others feelings/circumstances when he speaks
-doesnt catch sarcasm, misses jokes

Special interest:
-in canon, volleyball, all he really cares about is whether he can play, if his opponents are any good, improving is the most important thing to him so he sees it as naturally important to everyone around him too
-in fanon, gardening, linking everything back to analogies to express his sentiments, ideas and feelings.

Probably more stuff idk im typing this as it occurs to me bc ive been in the car for 8hrs feel free to add to this but idg why people only meantion kenma when it comes to autistic character headcanons.

Some things I think people need to understand about Killing Stalking

To start, I was to preface this by saying this is coming from someone who typically doesn’t like these types of stories (I like psychological thrillers, but not too big into gore and such) and, this is coming from a gay person (a girl who likes girls). So please, Don’t say I like KS for “””yaoi””” 

It seems many on tumblr have an innate hatred for KS…without having ever read it. “It’s problematic!” you scream, “It’s abusive!” yes…yes, it is. And what many fail to understand is that these are main parts of the story. The relationship between Yoonbum and Sangwoo is never shown in a positive light, every interaction is menacing and foreboding (even the “lovey” seeming ones) it’s all portrayed in a manner that just screams “Stockholm Syndrome” and the more the story goes on, the more we as readers see the deterioration of Yoonbum’s love for Sangwoo and his desperation to escape (he even has thoughts of killing him, for christs sake). It’s an abusive relationship….portrayed as an abusive relationship. I will admit, some fans do romanticize it, but that’s no fault of the stories own or the author, that’s a whole other conversation. Abusive relationships are real, and it should be no surprised to see one portrayed in a story, especially a story such as this. 

“It’s homophobic!!” …what? Are people suggesting that because it’s a gay abusive relationship, that makes it homophobic? I’d say to think that every gay relationship is bright and happy and healthy is slightly homophobic in it’s own right. We’re just like anyone else, gay relationships can be just as toxic and unhealthy as another relationship. And sure, Sangwoo says some homophobic things, but he also comes to accept that side of his sexuality too (he’s also a serial killer so….what are you really expecting)

KS is a psychological horror featuring a gay toxic, abusive relationship. It doesn’t glorify these things. Are there some problematic KS fans? Definitely, but just because someone reads KS doesn’t automatically make them a shitty abusive scumbag like some of you seem to be thinking (looking at you, rude anons in my ask box). Look, I get it if KS isn’t your cup of tea, it’s definitely not for everybody. But don’t go around assuming things and attacking people when you don’t truly understand what you’re talking about. KS portrays abusive and problematic things, but does that make it problematic itself? I don’t think so, it’s a horror story, and has a plot and characters to fit that. Sangwoo is a merciless serial killer, is he sometimes portrayed sympathetically and given a background? Sure. But Criminal Minds does the same thing with it’s serial killers, why arent you complaining about that? Jojo’s Bizzarre adventure does that with Kira and he’s one of the most believable and effective villains i’ve ever seen. And Sangwoo is just that, a villain, just because he can be portrayed sympathetically and given a personality doesn’t detract from that. It’s never really been implied that Sangwoo is a good person that deserves good things. Do some fans seem him that way, or see him a positive light and want him and Yoonbum together all lovey dovey? Sure, theyre out there. But that’s them and their prerogative, not the story (I don’t agree with that but that’s them, not me) Do some people only read for ~yaoi~ they sure do. But again, that’s them, NOT the story itself. 

But you can’t blame the story for some of the fans or your own assumptions about it. KS is a psychological horror, it’s plot is well thought out, its characters are believable and everything is portrayed amazingly through the writing and art. If you think of KS as a “love story” then yeah, it’s “problematic” but that’s not what it is. It’s HORROR, and it’s horror done right. 

not every piece of fiction needs to be a how to on morality and artists arent obligated to teach you how to be a good person with their work. i dont think its unfair to hold your audience to basic expectations wrt morality, and to expect them to understand the difference between right and wrong, and i dont think its a creator’s fault when their work is misinterpreted. i feel like the way leftist media crit is heading u guys want everyone to just write heartwarming childrens media that has a diverse cast of good people and only that, and like thats great n all but i kinda wanna ever have fun and write something dynamic and interesting and for adults with a remotely nuanced understanding of morality and i dont think thats inherently wrong 2 do 

alec hirch: its so weird that people like ford!!! after all hes so unlikable and unemotional and disgusting and yet people relate to him??? i cant see why!!!

survivors of abuse and trauma who see themselves in ford:

  • person in the 1960s: the cia controls the media
  • other person in the 1960s: oh thats just silly conspiracy theory shit, you're just crazy its not true
  • person today: not only does the CIA control the media but the FBI too has been granted the legal right to control it.
  • other people today: yeah we know. lol what can you do am i right?

I can literally not get over the scene in episode 7 and how it ties to episode 9

and the specific moment where Yuri talks about how he wonders if Victor wants to leave.

And Victors like of course I dont?

But Yuris like, “I KNOW!”

Thats…..such a good representation of anxiety to me. 

Yuri has these fears and these worries that he knows are unfounded. But he still thinks about them. He knows, but he doesn’t know for sure. And it bothers him. It all comes spilling out when Victor brings up resigning. 

And thats why the end of ep 9 hits so hard. 

He’s finally getting it. Victor loves him. Victor doesnt want to leave. Victor wants to be with him

That is such a perfect moment of comfort and overwhelming emotion man. The way they conveyed that level of just. Safety and openness. 


Good morn, evening, night?? to whoevers reading this probably no one thats awesome :’) 

So CALL ME OLD FASHIONED but instead of just having internet friends I think it would be really cool to have an actual pen pal on the other side of the world (or in the same country man i dont even care) 

Ill tell you about myself so you can see how boring i am and youll feel sorry for me and write letters to my sorry ass (:D) 

My name’s Ash and I’m 18 years old. Im from Melbourne in Australia (nothing happens here) (like at all im always fucking bored) 

I’m a university student and Im studying film and photography. Like I said before, Melbourne really isnt cool but I can promise that I will take, print out and send you really cool photos of our cityscape bc its naice. 

I enjoy procrastinating and wasting all of my time watching films and reading waaayyyy too many books, so if you like films and books then we can talk about them all the time yay for that 

I also love music, all kinds really

Id really love to get to know someone in a different country than me. Im looking for someone between the ages of 17-24. Or anything really I dont care. 

Please message me if youre interested :) or just like this post and ill message you :)) 

My handwriting is also shocking so theres that. pls forgive. 

I will send you keyrings of koalas and kangaroos. 

Dunno if this was deliberate but omg one of my fave things about The Get Down is that the young Latinx characters’ Spanish isn’t what many would consider to be “good” Spanish. And I say this as someone who’s self conscious of their own Spanish and who sometimes struggles with not feeling Latinx enough because of that. (Te has americanizado, mi tía me dijo una vez.)

The truth is: language is learned and lost if it is not nourished. And that’s exactly what happens with many Latinx people in the United States, particularly children of immigrants and further generations. And I think that it’s very important to see how diverse Latinx people can be, even if it’s in just one aspect of latinidad - like language and dialect.

Mylene’s Spanish is heavily accented (as in you can tell she’s from New York City, that she mostly speaks Spanish at home, or even that it’s not her first language). Zeke hardly speaks Spanish, as we’ve only heard him understand brief sentences directed at him and him only respond with “sí” - and this is only so far. I don’t even recall Regina speaking Spanish at all! I’m excited to see how else the show incorporates the language in future seasons. 

Then we hear the older Latinx characters speak Spanish more frequently, and with accents and idiomatic expressions only native speakers would really have (I saw this mostly with Francisco’s character). And I think that’s so damn cool! Because it reminds me of my relationships with my family who speak to me entirely in Spanish but I’ll speak Spanglish to! It reminds me of how I speak to my friends, my peers, who are also Latinx but I only speak English to! Isn’t that so fucking cool? 

There’s also the possibility that it’s … not that deep. 

Maybe the writers didn’t dig this deeply into cross-generational differences in Latinx culture and maybe they didn’t deliberately write this into the narrative. But it’s definitely something that I - a Latinx person who is very attentive to this particular language difference within my own culture - picked up on quick. I think that says something.

Nicholas Wilde and Judy Hopps