Here’s my reason for wanting Even to be the protagonist of season 4 :
- we need to see how parents deal with their child being mentally unwell. We’ve see how children react to their parents being unwell (Isak finds it hard to deal with and Magnus embraces it really well). I feel like it will help so many people out there to see the tables turned around, to see how parents can enhance your life if you just allow them to. We’ve not had the best parent-child relationship (Noora and her parents and Isak and his parents both have had their fair share of troubles) but Skam needs to show that parents are not villains, that there are kind loving parents out there who will do anything to keep their children safe (imagine if Even has two dads or two mums? Like how awesome would that be?).
- also do I even need to mention that we still don’t know barely anything about Even. That boy has so many layers to him (get it… okay I’ll shut up). I still have a million questions that I need answers to and having it from Evens point of view would make things so much sweeter.
-and just to add to the mix… more Evak. Need I say more?
It is often difficult to recognize the connection between early-life feelings of imprisonment, and our subsequent need for space and distance in our adult lives. This can be manifest in many different ways: non-committal relationships, career indecision, a perpetual need to live alone, social avoidance, perpetual mistrust of the world etc. For a time, these manifestations can actually serve a counter-balancing purpose, as our spirits breathe a healthy sigh of relief after years entrapped. If all you know is engulfment, it is essential that you have a taste of safety and spaciousness. But, taken too far, our escape hatches can actually become a prison of their own, one that deepens our isolation and prevents us from forming positive associations with the world. Any imbalanced reality has an imprisoning quality. Just because our early-life environment felt like a prison doesn’t mean that we can’t create a different reality-one that is rooted in healthy connectiveness.
Castiel is a bad influence on Dean. Okay, they’re only six years old – but when they join forces, they’re Mary Winchester’s idea of a parenting nightmare. In theory, Dean and Cas live in hotel rooms opposite each other. But in actuality, Castiel lives with Dean. Shares his clothes, his food, his bed. That sort of thing. Dean might like the colour pink more than society says he should, and Cas has the same problem with petty crime, but there’s one attribute they have in common: neither take well to being apart.
I finally got back to Inktober’s Day 21 (Jaktober “OTP”) !!
I basically called it “SNARK BOYFRIENDS” on my first post of this, and I rounded out the pic by providing more context for the snark.
Torn is just trying to keep them focused on his laundry list of missions for them and Dax is going out of his way to loudly mock him. Jak is not helping. Jak is indulging his spoiled BFF with amused snickers.
Some sort of lifting or Dax standing on a box or SOMETHIN’ going on, IDK. Figure Skating lift?
Seeing men who do effective parenting as “maternal” reinforces the stereotypical sexist notion that women are inherently better suited to parent, that men who parent in the same way as way as women are imitating the real thing rather than acting as a parent should act.
bell hooks, Feminist Theory: From Margin to Center
I thought I might as well put together a little image to clear up any misconceptions or confusion within the Attack on Titan fandom concerning the relationship between the Ackerman family and the Asian Clan. Information about the history of the Ackermans and the Asian Clan comes from Chapter 65.
I think you’re forgetting a set of parents in this excellent analysis, because Rize and Yamori have canonly been noted as “parents” to Kaneki. He murdered Yamori (well, left him to die) and while he didn’t marry Rize he did go on a date with her…
An excellent reblogger of my original post pointed this out, originallly I was going to do a much shorter follow up because I did not think Kaneki seeing Rize and Yamori as parental figures was completely valid, but today’s update changed everything.
This is a summary of Kaneki’s relationship with his parental figures to date, using a Freudian lens, and a continuation of the connection to Oedipus theory going more into depth with unconscious motivators by relating them to Kaneki’s reationship strictly with Rize and Yamori.
This is Kaneki’s first reaction to meeting Rize. Love at first sight, as it were. Nobody really falls in love at first sight though, so what was the truth behind it?
According to what we know so far about the movie plot..that is just me interpeting in it..Lloyd grew up normally..with his mother not leaving him, he is visiting a normal school..if that stays true in the movie, do you guys know what that means?
I have been thinking.. What if the bookman clan litterally IS a clan.. or atleast there is a bloodline.. A random person can not become a bookman, you can only become a bookman if you are atleast blood related to them..
Because I have a hc that Lucia might somehow be related to past!Allen, but she can definitely not be his daughter, because 35-36 years has passed and she is probably around 10 years old and Allen is 15-16.. so she was born in present!Allen’s time..
But she can be a person from the bookman clan. She knows a lot of info, especially for a little girl at her age and the timeline she lives in, and she looks like past!Allen..
And as we all know.. Present!Allen is originally a redhead, past!Allen is a redhead, Lucy might be a redhead, Lavi is a redhead, even present!bookman could have been a redhead and maybe Cross is also related to the bookman clan.. He knows a lot more than he shows..