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Voltron Characters and their VA’s: Part 2

Electric Boogaloo.  You all liked my post of Voltron voice actors and their tweets, so I give you voice actors and their beautiful faces 

Shiro: Josh Keaton

Lance: Jeremy Shada

Keith: Steven Yeun

Pidge: Bex Taylor-Klaus

Hunk: Tyler Labine

Coran: Rhys Darby

Matt Holt: Blake Anderson

Haggar and Zarkon: Cree Summers and Niel Caplan

I honestly couldn’t find a picture of Allura’s voice actress looking silly because she literally always looks like actual royalty, so here’s Kimberly Brooks probably blessing Pidge and Lance

(All photos were taken from public accounts)

Jimin staring and giving directions to the vietnamese actress Chi Pu (AAA: rising star award for drama) made me lowkey imagine some Royalty!AU fanfic because she’s stunning and he is a prince.

To: Rei (@reivolutionary-penguin)

Happy holidays, Rei! I hope you’re having a great time on your ski trip! It’s a picture of Miles and Phoenix doing a pairs figure skating routine about how law brought them together.

I hope you enjoy this, because I enjoyed making it for you! You seem like a great and thoughtful person based on what I’ve seen on your blog. I would’ve started following you ages ago when I was assigned to you, if I wasn’t afraid I would give myself away as your secret santa! Also, I wish you good luck in the new year!

From: Tee (teekro)

wallr0se  asked:

Okay, so I have a fantasy story where the mc is a princess whose family is royal because the first king had a magical immunity and saved the world. Said first king was very pale and very white, and so is much of the royal line, but mc's mom is black (and a distant royal, looking like one of the first king's children because the first queen was also non-white) and for most of the story mc dyes and straightens her hair to look like 'royalty' and while later this is called out I still wanted to ask

Black Royalty Straightening Her Hair

This is somewhat of a complicated subject. Straightening hair and dying it (I’m assuming you mean a lighter color than black) is often falsely perceived as “toning down one’s blackness”. There’s a lot of ugliness here in that Black people have been mistreated, discriminated against and dehumanized for their natural hair, and we still are. 

Common sentiment in the mainstream is that we need to straighten our hair to be presentable and decent, based on ignorance and hate. This doesn’t however negate Black people’s wishes to straighten their hair. Black people come in many shapes, sizes and colors, including our hair. There are Black people, non-mixed as well, who naturally have straight hair, just as that there are those who have blonde or red or brown hair. 

This has also been an issue within the Black community and not everyone thinks and feels the same way about this subject. 

I think these nuances are necessary here, because if written poorly, it will promote these popular falsehoods, and further stereotypes and racist stigma.

This is a fitting moment to also remind people that it isn’t just hair to us, and that racism plays the main lead in this. There are many faces to this subject and it complicates matters so much that outside of the Black community, understanding feels like a speedy unicorn, prancing around in your periphery, and just never honestly focused on unless commercialized or demonized.

~ Mod Alice

Yet again, my Danganronpa-sona, Trystan, the Ultimate Hermit.

Even if he’s always alone and always wants to sleep, he’s amazingly mysterious and charismatic. He usually wears his bed sheet as a cape, which makes him look like royalty. He’s a total Gary Sue.

In one trial, other participants discover that he hid a crucial evidence in his teddy bear. He did it to protect a friend from suspicion (but it made everything worse).

@foulgus also made his own character here. Who wants to join our team of students? ;-)

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± I’m not an angel /
I’m not a Gabriel /
I’m not a saint, a sage, or someone who’ll turn the page for ya ±

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