“penis parker” is just………. if hes trans + being bullied u can guarantee its about that and i mean..
the conversation with aunt may in the car where shes like “i know its hard for u right now with ur body going through all these changes” and like ! the way she says it as well?? like this is not a parental figure talking about cis puberty… she seems genuinely upset for him and like ?? what if they cant afford hormones/blockers just yet and he has to wait longer etc ?? what if hes had to go off hormones/blockers bc they cant afford it this month??? and then his response isnt just like embarrassed “stop it aunt may im a teen!!” he seems genuinely distraught that she brought it up, bc he wasnt expecting it and now thats something ELSE on his mind and like . woah man
the whole conversation with aaron like .. a) aaron misgenders peter bc he thought his voice was ‘’’’’a girls voice’’’’’’ and i mean.. peters not 11 hes 15.. im p sure aaron wouldnt have misgendered him if peters voice sounded “’’’’cis’’’’’’’; and b) peters response is like IMMEDIATELY very upset + on the defensive and like tbh embarrassed? but in a different way to how a cis man is embarrassed by being misgendered… hes not insulted hes just… upset. Sad .
also he directly argues back by citing his name like ‘im spider-MAN spider-MAN MAN MAN get it’ like WOW i cant believe this is a #canon version of that post about how superheroes with gendered names are trans wow
it also like explains peter being bullied at school altogether ? like hes also like a weird fanboy + doesnt like parties + hes a weird introvert + he has a non-nuclear family so hes probably bullied about a lot of things but if he was out as trans that would kick it into second gear which explains like a whole bunch of randoms who have an inexplicable problem with him and like the snickering behind his back + shit
also peter idolising his male role models ?? like 100% a lot of peters feelings towards tony are uncle ben related but like !! he also idolises steve in civil war ? and i think peters like constant projection onto men he admires is like. a very trans Thing
his constant ?? presenting ????? + posing /????????? like hes almost always trying to position himself into some sort of impressive, macho, masculine pose like wow. we get it. ur Trans
for a movie thats about learning to put urself and what u want + think is important first and not worry so much about what other people think/want from u like……
I need Peter Parker to fanboy over every single character in IW and Avengers 4. Not just cause it would be adorable and funny, but because of the self-esteem boost certain characters would get out of it.
Gamora, daughter of Thanos, a feared assassin? “YOU’RE AN ALIEN THAT’S SO COOL can I pretty please hold your sword?”
Wanda, ex-HYDRA, hated by herself and the public for not managing to save everyone? “YOU’RE SO AWESOME YOU HAVE THE COOLEST POWERS.”
Bucky, once HYDRA’s deadliest assassin? “You got a new arm! It’s even cooler now.”
Loki, distrusted be nearly every single Avenger? “Dude, can I get a selfie? Ned’ll be so jealous!”
JUST IMAGINE OK. Basically every one of these people needs a Peter Parker in their lives.
Normally, I do cosplay shoots as
characters but this is the rare instance where I did a shoot just as myself. And I have a pretty weird fashion sense as I love my flowery doc marten boots (and floral clothes in general) and my braces and bow ties. As well, no matter how warm it is I always need a long coat
As someone with literally no self esteem, just being myself was literally the hardest thing and trying to convey me in photos was just so hard but I think it turned out okay.
You know you are a fangirl/boy when you just want to check something on your phone and end up reading 50 fanfictions, searching for more fanfictions that you can read later and looking at fan art and your favorite actor, while at the same time you forget the time and end up not being able to do anything anymore because it’s 1 am
Peter Davison and David Tennant are making history. It’s Sunday 7 October, and these multiple incarnations of the Doctor - the current, tenth one, and his former, fifth self - are stood back to back, struggling to keep straight faces, as a photographer from the Radio Times snaps away like there’s no tomorrow. In fact, there is no tomorrow. This is a for-one-night-only sort of a gig. But the straight faces go to pot - to be fair, they had already - when Children in Need’s one-eyed mascot Pudsey Bear emerges from a carrier bag.
“Who’s responsible for that?” scoffs Peter, clocking the spotted bandage over Pudsey’s right eye?
“It’s like a pair of woman’s pants he’s got round his head now,” agrees David, taking hold of the bear. Is this the next generation of eye-patch anecdote? Probably not. “Oh, this is hilarious.”
[…] “Can we see the DVD?” requests David, and Non Eleri Hughes, who’s responsible for continuity, inserts the Last of the Time Lords disk into her laptop. It takes a while to load. “If this were a Mac,” points out David, “it’d be playing by now.”
“If it lets you,” chips in Peter.
“If it didn’t let you, it’d have a very good reason,” beams David, as the clip begins. “Ooh, hand in pocket,” he says, noting his position. “So I need to start with my hand in my pocket?”
“Or there will be whole internet debates,” chuckles Phil [Collinson, producer]. “An otherwise flawless production ruined by the Doctor not having his hand in his pocket!”
“And when David asks, ‘Where are you now?’,” muses Peter, “I’m wondering, do I know where I’ve come from? Do I know whether I’ve left behind Tegan and -”
David interrupts, “Yes, is this post-Adric or not?”
“Oh God, we’re questioning the logic of the script now,” sniggers Peter. “We’re turning into Colin Baker! Sorry, Steven [Moffat, writer].”
- the first episode since 2005 to be written by a writer from the classic series (The Eaters of the Light, Rona Munro)
- proof that Time Lords can change ethnicity with the General in Hell Bent
- consistently fantastic episodes in every series of Doctor Who from 2005 to present, as widely considered by fans, and IMDB, who rank his stories as by far the best of the modern series
- companions who got married and didn’t see that as an excuse to leave the TARDIS
- companions who realised there would be a life after the Doctor
- the return of Gallifrey for any writer to now explore
- same with Skaro
- knowing nods to every single Doctor throughout his headwritership
- basically the fans represented in the show in the form of Osgood
- a minisode involving David Tennant fanboying over Peter Davison
- Paul McGann’s return to the show after a 17-year wait
- canonisation of all of the Eighth Doctor’s audio companions
- the Brigadier’s daughter becoming a recurring character in the show
- a new regeneration cycle which was hinted by Rassilon to be longer than 13 lives long
- one of the greatest and most beloved British sci-fi actors in John Hurt, playing the Doctor
- one of the greatest and most beloved British television writers in Richard Curtis writing the Doctor
- the return of classic designs of Daleks and Cybermen in series 7 and 10 respectively
- Davros and the Master finally meeting after over half a century of never doing so
- the long-awaited return of the Zygons
- Tom Baker returning to Doctor Who basically with the hint that he was playing the last incarnation of the Doctor, so you know, we’re always leading up to Tom Baker.
It’s not always been good. It’s not always been fun. But thanks Moff for all you did. Thanks for all the great stuff crammed into the last twelve years you worked on Doctor Who. The show is in a greater place than it ever has been, and the Doctor’s future owes you just a little for that.