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Rebecca Sugar singing during the ending credits for OK K.O.! Let’s Be Heroes.

Some ladies are tough

while others are gentle.

Some ladies are subtle

while others are boisterous.

Some ladies take responsibility

while others need a little help.

Some ladies look boyish

while others are more ‘girly’.

Some ladies prefer to hide

while others want the whole world to know they’re here.

Some ladies are mysterious

while others are open and friendly.

And some ladies choose to work

while others prefer to stay at home.

But no matter if they’re young

or old

or in between

no matter how they choose to live

or who they choose to love

all ladies are important

and they should be treated as such.

I just want to put this out there...

I love Steven Universe.

I love how it’s teaching children all these great lessons about how to treat others.

I love how it focuses on the importance of communication and on bringing people together instead of just fighting them.

I love how it deals with really adult emotions in simple ways.

I love it’s humor.

I love that it doesn’t talk down to its audience.

I love how representative it is in terms of diversity (gender, race, sexuality, body types, family dynamics, lifestyles…).

I love how it looks.

I love its characters and how they are all explored and made to feel important (even when they’re just side characters).

I love its music.

I love its storytelling.

I love that it never goes the way cartoon shows typically go.

I just love everything about this show.

I love Steven Universe.

Foreshadowing 11/10

I bet a lot of us where wondering about the choice of color scheme during this part of “Mr. Greg”. In this Episode Pearl and Greg are both sining (along with Steven) about the devastating loss of Rose Quartz.

But after the latest Steven bomb, this scene began to remind me about two other yellow and blue gems/people morning over the loss of a coincidentally pink figure

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Top 10 Best Female Villains in Cinema

  • 1) Catherine Tramell (Basic Instinct)
  • 2) Alex Forrest (Fatal Attraction)
  • 3) Annie Wilkes (Misery)
  • 4) Eve Harrington (All About Eve)
  • 5) Phyllis Dietrichson (Double Indemnity)
  • 6) Evil Queen (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
  • 7) Catwoman (Batman Returns)
  • 8) Baby Jane Hudson (Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?)
  • 9) Joan Crawford (Mommie Dearest)
  • 10) Mrs. Danvers (Rebecca)
Making a point

My sister-in-law told me that if I could find 2.000 people who ship villains with heroines, she will write a book with it. It’s time for us, creepy shippers, to show what we came for! Like or reblog this, not both. When we got it, I will post her book as soon as finished.

Just A Comet

Rebecca Sugar

Some Say I have no direction
That I’m a light speed distraction
That’s a knee-jerk reaction
Still This is the final frontier Everything is so clear
To my destiny I steer
This life in the stars is all I’ve ever known
Stars and stardust and infinite space is my only home
But the moment that I hit the stage Thousands of voices are calling my name
And I know in my heart it’s been worth it all of the while
And as my albums fly off of the shelves
Handing out autographed pics of myself
This life I chose isn’t easy
But sure is one heck of a ride
At the moment that I hit the stage
I hear the universe calling my name And I know deep down in my heart I have nothing to fear
And as the solar wind blows through my hair
Knowing I have so much more left to share
A wandering spirit who’s tearing its way through the cold atmosphere
I fly like a comet
Soar like a comet
Crash like a comet
I’m just a comet