queen of faires

Why do people obsess over Greek GODS

Artemis: a queen, one who shuns the presence of men. Ruler of the night sky and the hunt, she doesn’t give a flying fuck about your gender roles.
Women can be single. Women can be hunters.

Athena: a scheming, cunning, genius woman, Athena is the mastermind behind every battle. Goddess of both wisdom AND war.
Women can be smart. Women can be warriors.

Aphrodite: a gorgeous woman, beautiful beyond belief, she was married off to a man she did not love. She refused her husband, and is with the chaotic man she truly loves. She loves romance novels and tragic love stories without your permission or stereotypes.
Women can be independent. Women can be beautiful. Women don’t have to love you because you say so.

Persephone: she is Queen of hell and goddess of springtime, drawing the line between death and rebirth. She loves her husband and mother, but refuses to let anyone tell her who to be or where to go.
Women can be sweet. Women can be brutal. Women can be complicated.

Hera: a practical woman, she is the goddess of marriage, her husband is always off fucking mortals. And she always makes sure he pays for it. This doesn’t stop her from being a fair queen, even more of a ruler than her husband.
Women can be powerful. Women make their own choices.

Demeter: a farm girl at heart, she rules the harvest, her mere emotions causing the seasons. Her daughter eloped with the god of death, and she misses her every day. She loves her loyal farmers and the crops they tend.
Women can be nurturing. Women can be depressed.

Hestia: a goddess of small renown, Hesta gave up her spot on the council to Dionsynius to keep order. She is the goddess of the hearth and home, fire and family. She represents the controlled chaos of a fire in the fireplace or a family in their home.
Women can be sacrificing. Women don’t need to be super to be important. Women can be chaotic.

Enough with this patriarchal Greek society. We all know who really ruled Olympus.

When people get all snippy about enforcing antiquated grammar rules, all I can think of is Edmund Spenser.

In the 1590’s, some dude named Edmund Spenser decided to write a flowery epic poem, basically a transparent allegory praising Queen Elizabeth. Fair enough. He was like, “I want this work to be remembered forever, so I don’t wanna use, like, MODERN SLANG or the CASUAL DISREGARD FOR GRAMMAR or FOREIGN INFLUENCE that THESE YOUNG UPSTARTS keep using. Nobody will read or understand their stuff in the future. I know, I’ll write in the style of Chaucer, because Chaucer is a ‘well of English undefiled.’ Now my piece will be a classic of pure and untainted English. 👌👌👌”

So he wrote this semi-incomprehensible fake-Chaucer poem. But FUNNNN FACT, guess who else was writing poetry in the 1590’s? Some young upstart using modern slang and casual disregard for grammar and foreign influence named William Shakespeare. And his stuff was good enough that a huge chunk of literary education is devoted to understanding his use of language… meanwhile, who’s ever heard of a Spenser Theatre Troupe, a Spenser Studies degree, or Spenser in the Park?

So ease up on that grammar policing. Shakespeare is widely praised for his inventiveness with language, creating and popularizing tons of new words and being the first recorded example of loads of common slang terms. Let’s appreciate it when 21st-century creators do the same!

🌟old movies renamed🌟
  • <b> rear window: the boy who cried murder<p/><b>an american in paris:</b> i guess we should add some singing to all of these dance numbers<p/><b>the philadelphia story:</b> i want you back, i want you back🎵<p/><b>how to steal a million:</b> gullibility and sarcasm fall in love and steal a dinky statue<p/><b>cabaret:</b> drag and scandalous dances in WWII<p/><b>the sound of music:</b> where a kid can be a kid (and fucking sing like a normal child)<p/><b>bringing up baby:</b> can we keep him? please?<p/><b>seven brides for seven brothers:</b> abduction cause its romantic<p/><b>singing in the rain:</b> good morning🍊🎵there are 16 oranges in every tropicana pure premiu-<p/><b>it's a wonderful life:</b> a cute old man fixes jimmy stewart's many problems<p/><b>the shop around the corner:</b> we're better staying pen pals than actually dating<p/><b>breakfast at tiffany's:</b> she's lowkey a psycho but it's all about love and cats anyway<p/><b>roman holiday:</b> tomboy princess takes a day off and then has to face reality again<p/><b>star!:</b> gertie get your shit together<p/><b>my fair lady:</b> men are snobs and the english have a social system based on speech<p/><b>sabrina:</b> you got hurt and couldn't go on dates with me so i dated your brother instead<p/><b>thoroughly modern millie:</b> everyone is extra and there are white people who play asian people and horrible sex trafficking but it's okay because carol channing<p/><b>west side story:</b> why the fuck do you love him after he literally murdered your brother oh well he died so who cares anyway<p/><b>harvey:</b> polite and innocent man is a bit loopy so everyone tries to lock him up<p/><b>gone with the wind:</b> you don't love me?!?! but you gotta, i guess i'll marry all of the south to make you jealous<p/><b>casablanca:</b> paris and kids being looked at<p/><b>the african queen:</b> oh we almost died but we didn't so let's kiss and build a torpedo from scratch<p/><b>on golden pond:</b> where everyone won best actor/actress and 74 year old katharine hepburn did her own fucking stunts<p/><b>annie get your gun:</b> frank butler is a fucking selfish wienie<p/><b>lawrence of arabia:</b> nice, noble man goes crazy over the course of 4 hours<p/><b>the wizard of oz:</b> everything magical and good in the world is a hoax, kids<p/><b>cinderella:</b> cinderelly, cinderelly, we're woodland creatures providing comical pastime<p/><b>snow white:</b> practice makes perfect, disney, because this movie was on drugs<p/><b>sleeping beauty:</b> let's take a story about rape and make it for kids but then add unrealistic body types<p/><b>gold finger:</b> look it's the german villain from chitty chitty bang bang in a bond movie<p/><b>chitty chitty bang bang:</b> this movie was also on drugs but it's still great<p/><b>funny face:</b> audrey and fred in france<p/><b>🌟i love all these movies so much so don't get your panties in a wad it's a joke:</b> <p/></p>

Species Aesthetics → Faeries, Fey or Fair Folk

“This is how a faerie loves: with her whole body and soul. This is how a faerie loves: with destruction…This is how a faerie loves: with a gift.”

-Cassandra Clare & Robin Wasserman


“While Outlander is a brilliant period show, Claire represents so many qualities of a 20th-century modern-day woman, someone who is forging her own path, fighting for what she believes, and doing so with integrity,” Balfe said in a statement to press Monday. Elaborating exclusively to Vanity Fair, she added, “Right now it’s a very important time to stand up and voice our beliefs and reiterate that we are 50 percent of the population … that we have a voice and we need to use it. Even though Claire is a woman from the 40s, I think that she does have a resonance today. We need to stand up for our  b e l i e f s  and our  r i g h t s , and I think she embodies that kind of spirit.”

“…getting to play Claire was an absolute dream. She is strong-willed and, not perfect, but a survivor and a fighter, and I think that is such a great place to go to in your work every day—to play someone who has such resilience. It can only make you feel better about everything in your life. I feel very grateful to be able to go to work every day and play her.”

~ Caitriona Balfe on Why Outlander’s Caitriona Balfe Hopes Women Take a Cue from Claire Fraser, Vanity Fair

Happy International Women’s Day, sisters!

anonymous asked:

Is there a follow up on Steve VS 123...5 chickens? I'd just like to see how that went down

Previous fill here!


Darcy was awesome for a lot of reasons.  She was incredibly helpful when it came to pop culture references and only sassed him a little.  She took no shit, not even from Thor (no matter how heart-meltingly he could smile).  She’d introduced him to the Dead Kennedys and Primus and the beauty of dipping fries in soft-serve (It’s a Frosty, Steve).  

She was also awesome because she’d agreed, with a wicked gleam in her eye, to release four chickens labeled 1, 2, 3, and 5 in the Tower while Steve was on assignment.  The first indication that things were going swimmingly was a Snapchat from Clint of a chicken poking around the communal kitchen with the caption the Poultry Mafia is here for you.  Are you really on assignment, or did you enter the witness protection program? Asking for a friend that is definitely not a chicken.

It was the call from Tony, though, that truly tested Steve’s ability to keep a straight face.  

“I don’t care what’s happening right now, where the hell did you get a t-shirt that fits a chicken that has the Robot Chicken logo on it?  I have to know.  I didn’t even know that you knew Robot Chicken was a thing.  It’s brilliant and also I hate you, Dum-E has been cleaning up chicken shit in my lab all day.”

“I’m not sure what you’re talking about, Tony.”

“The chicken.”  Tony deadpanned.  “The chicken wearing a t-shirt and an ID tag on it’s foot that says ‘3′.” 

“I’m terrified of chickens, Tony.  Don’t you remember?  I didn’t have anything to do with this.”

There were a series of strangled sounds on the other end of the line that Steve presumed were an indication that Tony was struggling to find words and failing. 

Tony finally settled on: “Butthead.” And hung up.  

It was hours later, after numerous texts and pictures and snaps and only one or two calls, that Steve’s facade finally broke.  

Steve had just settled into his temporary base (a shoddy hotel room, what else was new?) when his phone rang, Bucky’s picture lighting up the screen.


Don’t you ‘Buck’ me, you asshole. Where is it? I know it’s here.

“…Where’s what?”


“There were only four chickens, Buck, one of the numbers is missing on purpose.”

If it was anyone else, I’d believe that shitty prank, but you’re a class-A punk and dollars to donuts you hid that ‘missing’ one real well so it takes us all by surprise.  I’m not having it.  Where is it, Rogers?

There was no amount of convincing that would sway Bucky and Steve had a dial tone in his ear before he could get his laughter under control.   

The next afternoon, as Steve was packing up his gear to return to the Tower, he got a Snapchat from Darcy.  Bucky was staked out in the common living space looking downright murderous.  I let a fifth chicken go this morning and labeled him ‘four’; the search should be over soon.  Barnes was on the verge of a breakdown.  In other news, he totally discovered like, six of Clint’s candy stashes, a pair of earrings Pepper lost, and three mice [I’ve adopted them and named them Moe, Larry, and Curly.  What is it with you old dudes and chickens?  

The kiss that will set them free is the kiss you most desire.

She never says “Kiss the one you most desire.”, only “The kiss you most desire.”

So imagine the Queen says that, Jace and Simon are panicked as the vines trap them and Clary looks really really flustered and keeps mumbling under her breath.


The Queen is a little (literally) shit and tells Clary to speak up and Clary explodes, shouting.

“I said it’s neither of them! It’s not me wanting to kiss any of them. The kiss I most desire? Them! The two of them, kissing each other! Here. You have it. I just want them to be happy together.”

The Seelie Queen would be soooo unprepared for that. And Jimon would be hella flustered.