i've never seen this scene before

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#there is nothing in this scene that isn’t amazing #from root in the background wondering how the hell shaw got out the cuffs #like she’s literally trying to fit her hand through the cuff seeing if she can figure it out for herself #to harold swearing he just seen shaw cuffed to the bench like five seconds ago and yet now she’s in his face #and then shaw casually eating like its nothing and ‘yea i’m really standing here..’ #like pls i’m dying #this scene is hilarious

anonymous asked:

Tarjei fucking slays in that Gabrielle scene Jesus, he makes isak look thirsty as fuck, he's so good.

aahh anon i knowww!!! 

that whole scene is so well acted from the both of them i think, but tarjeis face especially is on point! like going from the disappointed “did he leave me again?” in his room, to the shook™ face when even kisses him, then insecure isak, and then isaks “me neither” so fucking in love it physically hurts me!!!

and then of course the thirstiest face in the history of both faces and thirst, which i never get tired of looking at. its So Good, and his confused face and little “huh?” when even starts talking about the song, hes like coming out of a daze. its the best thing. also when the face returns in the middle of 5 fine frøkner when even is dancing and sort of caressing isaks face and neck and in the end hes just like “fucking just kiss me already”. 

I don’t think anyone’s brought this up before, so I’d like to mention the demonization of Amarantha not only as a woman who is fully aware of her sexuality and uses it as a weapon, BUT ALSO as a tool to demonize wlw.

Here goes.

This whole argument centers around a nightmare Feyre has in ACOMAF. I’ll quote the passage in full (from pages 184-185 of the regular Bloomsbury edition of A Court of Mist and Fury:

I tumbled into a sleep so heavy my dreams were an undertow that dragged me down, down, down until I couldn’t escape them.

I lay naked and prone on a familiar red marble floor while Amarantha slid a knife along my bare ribs, the steel scraping softly against my skin. “Lying, traitorous human,” she purred, “with your filthy, lying heart.”

The knife scratched, a cool caress. I struggled to get up, but my body wouldn’t work.

She pressed a kiss to the hollow of my throat. “You’re as much a monster as me.” She curved the knife over my breast, angling it toward my peaked nipple, as if she could see the heart beating beneath. I started sobbing. “Don’t waste your tears.”

Someone far away was roaring my name - begging for me.

“I’m going to make eternity a hell for you,” she promised, the tip of the dagger piercing the sensitive flesh beneath my breast, her lips hovering a breath above mine as she pushed - [end quote]

And then it cuts off as Rhys wakes Feyre up from her nightmare.

The first time - and the subsequent times - I’ve read this scene, it bothers me. A LOT. It’s clearly sexual, from Feyre being naked to the focus on her breasts to Amarantha nearly kissing her in that last paragraph.

This is what bothers me:  there’s lots of sexual content in these books. I know that. Lots and lots. But this is the only time there’s anything remotely like sexual content between two women (everything Mor says in ACOWAR seems rather strangely… desexualized) and not only is it assault, there’s no reason for it.

We already know Amarantha used her sexuality in a way that is wrong. Like Ianthe. I believe the term @valamerys uses is Evil Evil Sluts Who Want to Steal Your Boyfriend. But to me, this is on another level. Amarantha never hurt Feyre sexually - just in physical ways, and emotional/psychological ways. To me, there was no reason to make this dream so dripping with… sex. To me, it becomes an association of “two women in a sexual context” with “horrific torture and assault.” This is very different to the way f/m sexuality is portrayed throughout the series. Only a select few (Ianthe and Amarantha, the twins in ACOWAR though OH WAIT IT’S IMPLIED THAT AT LEAST ONE OF THEM ISN’T STRAIGHT) use their sexuality in ways that are wrong. There’s a lot of sex scenes, all f/m (as Feyre is the narrator and she’s presumably straight), all portrayed in a pretty positive light. Even the scenes that border on sexual assault - the one after Calanmai in ACOTAR, the kiss with Rhys Under the Mountain at the end of ACOTAR - are, in my view, portrayed more positively.

And yet here is the only example of two women in a sexual context, and it’s… this.

Does this mean that Feyre associates women having sex with each other with torture? Does it mean that SJM herself does? It doesn’t matter. What matters is that this is the ONLY depiction of wlw (sort of) sexuality in the entire series that has a focus on sex, and it’s framed as torture.

And this shouldn’t need to be said, but that’s not okay.

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She visibly flinched as he accidentally brushed the hair off her forehead, and they both froze.

He stared.

For 3 seconds.

Anger and shame flushed across her cheeks, as she tried to push him away, but he held onto her hands firmly, refusing to budge, as memories of fifth year came flashing back.

He had heard about the incident between her and Granger, or at least some garbled version that came of out Hogwarts rumour mill. But he’d never actually seen it before, and had just assumed it wasn’t a permanent curse. And now, realization downed on him that she must’ve carefully did her hair this way all these years.

“I – ”

“Go away, Malfoy,” Marietta Edgecombe’s voice hitched slightly, as if she were blinking away tears.

He didn’t.

“Granger did this?” He wanted to ask why didn’t she fix it, but he knew that she must’ve tried. “I – Pansy’s … I’ll get Pansy to make her undo this.”

“I don’t need your help,” she bit out.

His mouth twitched slightly, annoyed. (He knew he should probably be more patient, and her reaction was not really surprising, but he was still slightly annoyed.) “At least your scar might be fixable.”

Confusion slowly replaced anger on her face.

He let out a sharp, bitter laugh before unbuttoning his shirt, letting the sectumsempra scars show. Snape had saved his life, but even dittany hadn’t been able to heal all the wounds. Some things left marks. “You’re looking at the proud handiwork of the wonderful Chosen One,” he informed her.

It was her turn to stare.

“And people call them the Golden Trio,” she finally murmured.

So golden,” Draco grimaced, a bitter smile forming as he echoed the word. His hand slowly cupped her cheek, and she didn’t try to push him away this time.

anonymous asked:

Hey! I love your writing! So, I've never done this before, but I keep seen in my mind a supercorp scene. They fight for some stupid reason and Lena has all her complexes and thinks Kara wont come back, then she suffer an attack, but Kara get there almost too late, and when Lena wakes up, the water works are in full and she confesses she thought Kara wouldn't come back to save her. I know is angst af, but I can't get it out of my mind...

i stared at this all day so if it sucks im sorry

     

She doesn’t even remember how it started.

It was something stupid to be sure.

She had been snappy from hardly getting any sleep and Kara had been frustrated because of Snapper’s harsh critique on her latest article.

“Maybe you should just leave.”

She hadn’t meant to say it.

Well she had, but she had meant that maybe they just needed some space.

Time to cool down and avoid saying something that neither of them meant because they were grumpy and overworked and underfed.

But apparently Kara had taken her words in a different tone, because she had said them two days ago and she hadn’t heard from Kara since. Not a visit, not a call, not so much as a text.

She had had every intention of going to see Kara for lunch yesterday, but one thing had led to another and she hadn’t had the chance.

Now, as time marched on; she felt herself getting upset all over again, because it wasn’t like Kara didn’t know how to get in touch with her. She was just as much at fault for their separation as Lena.

 Maybe she doesn’t care as much as you thought she did.

 Maybe she realized that a Luthor isn’t worth the trouble.

The thought settles  low in her gut like lead, weighing her down, until she feels like she’s drowning, suffocating in the thoughts that swirl in her over active brain.

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anonymous asked:

I've seen many people here and I think you've said this too about how Katara is aged down when she's with Aang but when she's with Zuko she looks her proper teenager age with curves and everything, if you don't mind can you show episodes or scenes where this is done, I have never really noticed this before, and I'm really curious to see this, this just shows Katara & Aang don't make sense at all together if they had to age her down just to look more of Aang's age. That's not how it works lol...

Katara was always drawn to look a lot younger during Kataang scenes. Bigger eyes, smaller body.

sammi121713  asked:

Lol, I find it funny that Marco plays a cop on PLL but on HTGAWM he's a killer . All this time I've been looking at him like where have I seen him before?? And bam , there he is lol . But disliked this episode, except the aria scenes, I lived for all her scenes, Lucy did a wonderful job!

And in The Flash he’s someone’s dead brother! He plays in 3 shows that I love. Never had that before with an actor! 

I agree Lucy was amazing. You can tell she loved being in that hoodie!

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Deleted scene from The Runaway Bride

anonymous asked:

Yesterday I watched BvS (again!) and I noticed something that I've never seen before: after the "Martha scene", when Bruce helps Clark standing up, you can clearly read the word DAWN behind Clark. Knowing Zack Snyder, it is not a coincidence. 😉

Omg zack pls. Man… I’m gonna have to go and scope that shit out. Good eye mate and thanks for sharing 😃

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This is agent Leeland Turbo. I have a flash transmission for agent Finn McMissile.
Finn, my cover’s been compromised. Everything’s gone pear-shaped. You won’t believe what I’ve found out here. This is bigger than anything we’ve ever seen. And no one even knows it exists. Finn, I need backup. But don’t call the cavalry, it could blow the operation. And be careful, it’s not safe out here.

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carisi: hey, you alright?
rollins: why wouldn’t i be?
carisi: i dunno. usually you’re two steps ahead of me, and i’ve never seen you queasy at a crime scene before.

shxrlxcked  asked:

hi! i have a question that may have been asked before but i've never seen it talked about and it's always kind of confused me. in teh in the scene where john is shaving he tells mary to shut up and then she says or what, and he says or i'll marry you. she stops talking which confuses me because couldn't they have added a flirty "oh i guess i should keep talking then," but like instead she actually shuts up. adding in the fact that mary seems excited that sherlock is back, what does this mean?

Hmm. This is an interesting point… She does grin cheekily after John half-assed proposes to her in his trashy way… Huh. Why DIDN’T she speak up then? I mean, I’m sure they continued on talking after the scene cuts, but it seems very interesting that Mary DOES keep quiet and the only reason John proposed to her was because she was teasing him about Sherlock. 

I talked a bit in this post here about Mary’s possible motives for staying with John. Basically my belief is that Mary’s phone call the night of Sherlock’s return was a warning of Sherlock’s return to the restaurant (which I read in another meta somewhere, but for the life of me cannot remember who wrote it), possibly instructing her to encourage a proposal out of John. The linked meta boils down to Mary basically being told to be with John as part of her mission to destroy Sherlock, and she’s possibly strayed and is also using him as her safety net. So, the cheeky smile is possibly her satisfied that she got John to propose, now being an ass to Sherlock is the fun part for her; she praises Sherlock until she gets John’s affections, then subtly turns hostile towards Sherlock when John’s not around, at least that’s the impression I get. She chips slowly at Sherlock’s horrible self esteem, and remind Sherlock that John is hers. Emotional abusers are masters at mentally hurting someone without seeming like they’re doing anything wrong (I have personal experience…) and excel at making people believe they are perfect little snowflakes.

That said, I don’t think Mary really initially WANTED to be tied to John, but then somewhere along the way she became obsessed with him, like I said, using him as a safety net. It could account for her lack of talking after.

You are right, it is very curious indeed that she does actually shut up.