i like my theater like i like my women

Love-chan to Mayu: “you’re turning offically gay in 2021” (paraphrasing).

No, it’s not our Love-chan (or Love-tan, but Mayu thought they were referring to her too when they first introduced the guy lol), but it’s this guy that reads hands and tells the fortune, much like our well-known Shimada Shuuhei-san who we’ve seen doing this kinda things many times already at AKBINGO. 

So, I was watching the NICO-live thing MaYuki and Sashihara had, and the thing is that the guy, Love-chan, told Mayu that the year 2021 is going to be a big turn for her (career wise mostly), but that she’s also going to show weird sexual tendencies. Like she’s going to turn out to be very attracted to other women. To which Mayu reacts with this very shocked expression↓

only to turn immediately to Yuki↓

to which Yuki replies: “Well, she is into all-female musical theaters… right?” as tho to turn it out as “she’s prolly just going to work in one of those theaters, so surrounded by all women, so there’s nothing weird about that *wink wink wink*”

Besides, I know this has already been pointed out by @fin23, who I so very much love, but the skinship thing is a thing. Like Mayu legitimately wouldn’t stop rubbing her hand against Yuki’s arm for like 5 consecutive minutes at some point? Like right after the guy came in and he read Yuki’s hand, I think? She’d start rubbing her arm and touching her and side-hugging her, also accidentally saying her father’s name and Yuki being like “oi! my mom said we can’t say my dad’s name!” and so she goes and pretends to say it again so that Yuki covers her mouth with her own hands… Like. People are talking, they are talking, the guy is talking, and she rubs Yuki’s arm. For no reason. The guy also tells Yuki that she might get married in 2020 and while Sashihara is like “no way!” Mayu is like “you should do it, it’s the oplympics year. You’re an adult, now!” ….IS SHE LOWKEY HINTING THAT SHE’S EXPECTING YUKI TO PROPOSE TO HER IN 2020??? we’ll never know.

So I took my mom to see Wonder Woman

Let me preface this by saying that my mom isn’t a “movie person.” The last time she saw a movie in theaters was 2 years ago. She’s never watched a superhero movie in its entirety. That being said, I saw WW last weekend with my dad and tonight I convinced my mom to go with me. She LOVED it. She talked about it for the better part of an hour after we left the theater. She loved that the Amazons- including Diana- are built like everyday women. My mom is built a bit like Etta, so she also loved seeing a character like her on the screen that wasn’t just the butt of a fat joke. She liked seeing women her age portrayed on screen as badass warriors instead of just soccer moms. She said she left feeling so empowered she “could take on an entire army of men and kick their asses to the ground.” She’s excited for Justice League to come out so she “can watch Diana be a badass again.” The reason I’m putting this out there is because WW isn’t just important for young women who can look at Diana as a role model (which I certainly did as a child) but this is a movie that GENERATIONS of women have been waiting for- my mom is 49 years old and until tonight never left a movie feeling like she would belong in it as someone independent, strong, and powerful. This film was a long time coming, and it’s about damn time!!!

Originally posted by hermioneharry

“ I have a son who’s almost 2. But my best friend has two daughters, so I have two goddaughters. And I think I was afraid to go into Trolls because I was like, "Well, there’s probably going to be more frivolity to it than substance.” But then I looked at the story and I’m like, “Wait, hold on, we have a female protagonist that has a belly, crazy hair” — and thinking about my two goddaughters and what women must go through from such a young age of being ashamed of their body and their appearance. And I’m like, “Wait, she’s a troll!” For young females to get to see that, I was like, “Whoa, that’s not frivolous at all. That’s so important.” And what a cool way into getting them into the theater — “I wanna be like Princess Poppy, not Barbie." 

I love Emma. She cracks me up; she’s so “theater.” She’s so adorable. And Adele and I met, like, a year or so ago. Adele and I are a bit harsher; Emma’s never had a bad thought about anybody in her life. It’s so weird; I don’t like new people. But these two women—and Amy—they’re really lovely. And they’re so normal. I feel like I’m hanging out with my friends—my friends that don’t give a f–k about what I do. Amy and I have a life plan—we were with Diane Sawyer in Martha’s Vineyard for Thanksgiving. Not to brag. Diane politely threw it out, and then we’re sitting at the dinner table with her family, like, “We shouldn’t be here.” Anyway, Amy’s always wanted to live on Martha’s Vineyard, and we saw this house, and we’re like, “This is where we’re gonna Grey Gardens, and we’re gonna grow old and crazy together.” That’s our life plan.
—  Jennifer Lawrence on her friendships with Emma Stone, Adele, and Amy Schumer: