She took care of her sister after their parents died. She obviously didnt let that responsibility fall into the hands of the wrong people. She had to grow up at a young age and be strong for Queenie.
She became an Auror- a dark wizard catcher. She isnt afraid to run into the face of danger instead of away from it. She followed Newt when she KNEW it could end in death.
She held her own in a duel against Grendelwald. Not something many wizards can probably claim to have done. Except maybe - the GREAT Albus Dumbledore.
She has a heart of gold but a stone cold resolve in bettering wizardkind and proving herself time and time again worthy of the term - heroine.
Tell me again how Porpentina Goldstein is not a strong, badass, independent woman.
Dont worry, I’ll wait.
SO, this is @rhiannonmcgavin and her poem “First Base Gold” and it is BEAUTIFUL and in one of her youtube videos she explains how the inspiration of it came from Gustav Klimt’s “The Kiss” and Henryk Ross’s photography and I believe these are the corresponding images and I thought it was nice to be able to see all three pieces together so yeah…here’s all this amazing art all at once!!
I don’t think nearly enough people talk about the bank scene in 3x02, where Maggie sees Kara crippled by fear (thanks to Psi) and she orders her team to leave, just so no-one sees Supergirl in that weak, helpless state. For all Maggie knew, Psi could’ve returned but she puts her future sister-in-law before herself, so that nobody sees Supergirl vulnerable.