I feel like that's the secret to the Batman psychology, when you're 22 you think you're a Mature Adult, and Yale at 16 probably didn't help. But even now, at 28 I look at my 22 year old self and call her a fetus. 22 year old me was an idiot.
you will never convince me that a man over the age of 25 thought batman was a good idea and i am baffled by canons that disagree
at 16 he thought he was basically grown and he spent the next phase of his life just trying to perfect himself and what a totally mature fucking genius he was but now he’s thirty and he throws little metal bats at people and it’s been eight years and it’s far too late to rebrand
(no one is young and dumb the way a genius is young and dumb)
I expect by the time he's in the League, Batman basically has to keep his mask on just so nobody figures out how young he is. Like, forget the Bruce Wayne angle, 'holy shit you were twenty two' is the most uncomfortable chat I can imagine right now.
by the time he’s twenty-six he looks like he’s in his thirties just from stress (everyone assumes it is his hard-drinking party lifestyle) (it is not his hard-drinking party lifestyle)
mostly he has to keep it on because he’s not one of those superheroes that’s like
he is a LITERAL CELEBRITY he is on MAGAZINES every time he agrees to go on colbert it goes viral HE CAN NEVER LET HIS GUARD DOWN no one can ever know
(you would think ollie would have similar problems but people who find out are like “oh right that whole missing for five years thing, yeah, this makes sense i guess” so it doesn’t really have the same HOLY SHIT factor)
What’s surprising is that these feminists are silencing a documentary The Red Pill made by an award-winning feminist filmmaker.
Cassie Jaye started interviewing leaders of the Men’s Rights Movement
(MRM) intending to challenge their misogynist views but ended up
impressed by their arguments on a whole range of issues she came to see
as unfairly stacked against men and boys.The result was a movie raising issues many feminists wish to keep out of the public debate
and they made strenuous efforts to stop the documentary being
completed. Cassie Jaye was smeared, threatened with career suicide and
even saw her funding dry up.
Yet a Kickstarter fund raised a staggering $211,260, ensuring the movie’s cinematic release.
In the past month the documentary has been shown across America and
many other countries, attracting reviews and commentary from major
publications such as The Guardian and The Telegraph in the UK and The Village Voice and LA Times in the USA.
Palace Cinemas followed a demand of outraged mob and pulled a documentary movie about MRA. The Palace Cinemas even openly stated that they are doing it without seeing the film in the first place.
And look at the petition that demanded censorship
Kino Cinema in Melbourne is scheduled to screen misogynistic propaganda film ‘The Red Pill’ in just over two weeks.
Film-maker Cassie Jaye follows members of online hate-group ‘The Red
Pill,’ known to most as the sexist cesspit of the internet. The general
plotline goes something like this: ‘feminist’ Jaye decides to
investigate rape-culture, opens the first hit on Google (Red Pill) and
before she knows it, she has seen the light and converted to ‘meninism.’
This shit is how a petition would look like if a channer decided to mock feminists. Meninism is a parody movement. Cassie Jaye is an award-winning feminist filmmaker.
It is yet another example of the Left targeting anyone who doesn’t follow the party line.
Support petition to bring back The Red Pill to Palace Cinemas.