lena carter

okay, so i can’t believe i haven’t seen this, and if i have to do it all by myself, i will so expect posts and fics. i see your cat being protective over lena posts, and that being said:

lena luthor and carter grant being friends

carter tagging around with kara because he misses seeing her and of course they stop by l-corp

and supergirl? supergirl is one thing. (supergirl is kara doing what he knows she’s meant to. helping and caring for people)

but lena luthor?? the brightest mind heading l-corp, turning it into a force for good. she’s amazing

(and oh, her legs. kidding)

carter knows all about people assuming someone’s bad or mean or cold. his mom can make a grown man cry and in the same breath ask how his day was with a tenderness he knows few get to witness

he knows what it’s like to not want to be touched. when his skin crawls and he shies away from his mom’s hand, never missing that quick look of hurt on her face before she masks it

he knows what it’s like to be lonely. his mom tries so hard, but she can’t be everywhere at once. sometimes he doesn’t mention things at school, because he knows she’ll get frustrated with herself when she can’t make it but still- it’s lonely. coming home to a dark house and waiting till she comes home and she’ll try and make the most out of the night until she’s so tired she falls asleep on the couch and he drapes a blanket over her

kara will bring him along her visits and sometimes she has to fly out for a quick rescue. the first time they just stare at the ground until jess comes in and mentions something about lena’s latest project

and carter will ask a question. and another. until they’re both on the couch, shoulders brushing as they talk over papers of layouts and blueprints

kara comes back to see them in some deep discussion and just leans against the door, smiling

after that, as soon as kara leaves they’ll dive right into the latest mechanics. lena being so astounded by him, this young boy asking questions she’s never been asked. who’s hesitancy with her has never been because of her, because she’s a luthor and she’ll send him home with all these papers and journals to review

kara will always try to get him to side with her about what they get for lunch and when he sides with lena, she just- hands on her hips and head bowed i’ve never experienced a betrayal as deep as this

(she’s so dramatic but oh, lena always laughs a laugh he’s never heard for anyone else, loud and full and they stare at each other with little smiles afterwards)

kara will pop up behind them and smugly point out an error in their formulas and won’t give it up until lena’s fingers are wiggling into her sides, carter laughing at the pure happiness on kara’s face because sometimes she gets a little quiet, a little sad but never when lena’s there (or lena remedies it quickly)

all i’m saying is these three dorks hanging out

(l-corp visits become his favorite thing just like kara’s)

Burning Passion - SilentRain91

Word Count: 222, 837

Summary: Kara finds herself drawn to Miss Luthor, even when she learns about the alien detection device she made. Lena notices Kara easily, but wants to be mindful of her position as a professor.

Alex is annoyed when she learns Maggie will be sharing a room with her. Things change as she finds herself falling for Maggie, however, Maggie doesn’t believe in soulmates. Maggie digs how feisty Alex can be and it scares her to be falling for Alex, who is waiting for her soulmate.

This is the story of how their lives entangle with one another and unfold.

Do you ever just sit there and cry at the beauty of females?

Top 20 Personajes famosos como adolescentes! Puedes reconocerlos?

Top 20 Celebrities like teenagers! You can recognize them?

Angelina Jolie

Brad Pitt

Jay-Z

George Clooney

Johnny Depp

Robert Downey Jr

Goldie Hawn

Christian Bale

Brooke Shields

Helena Bonham Carter

Elvis Presley

Steve Buscemi

Kate Moss

John Lennon and Paul McCartney

Daniel Craig

Jane Fonda

Lena Dunham

Michelle Williams

Sofia Coppola

Gwyneth Paltrow

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She already knows most of Kara’s friends, since they’re gravitating around her like if she was the sun itself and sometimes, sometimes she thinks it’s true.

Kara is burning too brightly and she feels like Icarus. She is drawn to the girl of steel like Icarus to the sun and someday, she knows she will fall.

She never thought her wings would be set aflame by someone else.

[…]

The first one she meets is Alex Danvers and it’s not planned or anything.

It’s an accident and it’s a disaster.


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Be careful of the tags, the second part bears a little bit of Supercorp.

The Truth about Agent Carter's ratings problems.

I would like to preface this by saying I really love the Show, I really do. It’s appointment television.

But the problem with Agent Carter is the core basis of which it’s founded. It’s not a problem with female heroes. It’s the constant sexism that you’re beaten over the head with.

Now when I say that the first thing people will think is “Women don’t like other women being Persecuted.” and that’s not what I mean at all. It’s that people in general don’t like being lectured through television.

Now whether in the 40’s Women were treated like crap or had it worst is fact, sure. But you’re talking to an audience that doesn’t care about that stuff in this type of medium. Both Male and Female viewers.

People tune in for Pulp style spy stories, and see heroes, not made to feel like the victim or the aggressor of another era. Sadly, because the show is based around this Misogyny and not so much on the mysteries it poses, it’ll only sink in the reveling of this message that most people aren’t interested in.

If you look at the success of a Female driven show like Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles. It was because they never dove into nor talked about the fact that the Hero of the show was a woman. There was no talk of sexism. If you took 90 percent of Lena Headey’s dialogue and subbed in a male character, it would still play.

That’s the key to writing a female hero. It’s about gender blind writing of what a human would think about in a situation, not a guy or girl. But a hero

And that’s the fault in Agent Carter.