right to act

this is a mains/exclusives call! if you’re interested in becoming mains for threads, plotted interactions, memes, or whatever else it is the cool kids are doing these days, feel free to give this a like or a comment or even pop into my im’s if you’d like to discuss it further! obviously i have a few people in mind for mains/exclusivity purposes within the xmcu simply because my mainverse doesn’t follow film canon, but this is also open to characters across fandoms, be they canon or original. i’ll set up a page later but for now, we can get the ball rolling!

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“’Suuuuup princess! Did you like the show I put on for you?”

“Oh definitely, I had the best seat in the house from my office. How is taking down my career going anyhow?”

“Let’s not talk about that. Lets talk about how this is a real Romeo and Juliet moment we are having?”

“Can never have a serious moment with you can I, Red? I have to go, Mr Blake wants to see me, just checking lunch is still on today?”

“Wouldn’t miss it for the world.”

MY MUSE IS NOT ALWAYS RIGHT

   Please keep in mind that, however hard my muse may argue something or however confidently they make a statement, they can be wrong. It’s my muse’s opinion, and my muse talking, and their perception is skewed.
              Do not feel like everything out of my character’s mouth is the truth, or that I’m godmodding. 

I am all for poc being cast in roles that highlight their cultural history and struggles

But can we also campaign for giving poc roles that are about an average person with average problems????? Roles that are given to white people by default…….

A black girl in a romance movie where the greatest obstacle isn’t her race and the greatest reward isn’t that she ends up with the white dude…….

A romantic comedy where all the poc characters aren’t stereotyped by what Hollywood classifies as their culture…..

A coming of age story starring a diverse group of children instead of a token (stereotyped) minority character…..

Can we make movies that don’t make the family dynamics in black or latinx culture dramatic or toxic?????

Can we have more Muslim representation in general????????

Can we show non-christian religions as more than oppressive?????

Can we give poc more roles than the ones that were “written for them”?????

Can we make movies showing the true diversity of society rather than trying to convince ppl that poc are just sprinkles in a white world ????????

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The EACH Woman Act could help 28 million women access safe abortions

  • It’s hard to keep up with the anti-abortion legislation coming from not just the new White House administration, but from state legislatures across the country.
  • But Rep. Barbara Lee is getting ahead of the curve with a House Resolution that would repeal the Hyde Amendment,
  • The 1976 measure bars the government from funding abortion and disproportionately targets low-income women and women of color.
  • While Democrats in Congress have been fighting against the Hyde Amendment since its passage, there’s now a renewed urgency surrounding the legislation as Republicans seek to make the amendment permanent.
  • Lee isn’t going to take that sitting down — and neither will the more than 100 representatives who’ve already signed on as co-sponsors to her proposed resolution, called the EACH Woman Act. Read more
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New study: Voting barriers suppressed non-white and young voters in the 2016 election

  • In key states, including Ohio, Florida and Wisconsin, millennials had to fill out provisional ballots in outsized numbers.
  • That’s according to research funded by Craigslist founder Craig Newmark’s foundation.
  • The survey found that efforts to erect obstacles to voting had a “disproportionate impact on non-white and younger voters.”
  • Nearly one in four millennials polled had to vote with provisional ballots — usually as a result of a question about eligibility
  • That’s compared to just 6% of Baby Boomers and 2% of the older Greatest Generation.
  • “The poll suggests ways that the voices of people of color and younger voters have been effectively suppressed.”
  • Issues arose for millennial voters and people of color both in places with new voting restrictions — a result of the Supreme Court gutting the 1965 Voting Rights Act — as well as those without. 
  • Technological obstacles often played a role, as in Michigan, where there were reports of widespread voting machine failures. Read more
That chronic illness feel when...

You sleep for 9 hours but when you wake up it feels like you never slept at all

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the struggles of waiting for 5vixx to come visit him 

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lance lockscreens 

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