the best character on television

steven universe is such a good character. he’s a chubby young boy who’s extremely musical, likes video games and hanging out with his female bff, three of his four major role models are women (or rather feminine nonbnary ppl), his gem is pink (as is his current “weapon”, his shield[!!!]), his only powers so far seem to be the creation of bright pink protective bubbles and healing abilites. he cries often and is super emotional, but is also always finding humour in situations, and he cant!! stand!! seeing!! ppl! sad!!


Trish Walker is a bright ray of sunshine on one of the darkest pieces of Marvel content that I’ve ever consumed. She’s open and honest about her feelings, especially with Jessica, and she isn’t afraid to show how much she cares. That kind heart doesn’t mean she can’t protect herself; she’ll do whatever it takes to defend herself and protect Jessica in every way she can. She doesn’t let her dark past cloud her future and she never stops trying to help save everyone. Trish Walker may not have super powers, but she’s absolutely a hero.
The most powerful person in the Avatar world is Korra, the avatar who can control all four elements and bridge between the human and spirit world. She’s hot-headed, selfish, impulsive, kind, funny and wears her heart on her sleeves as she saves the world from zealous ideologues. She may just be the most multidimensional female character in animation. Ever.

Emily Steck, The Best Feminist TV Characters of 2014 (x)

Korra made it on the list with characters such as the clones on Orphan Black, Mindy Lahiri and Annalise Keating!

Caitlin Snow

Caitlin Snow is one of the best, and yet underestimated, characters on TV, let me tell you why.

She’s a hell of a doctor, she’s a scientist, she very very smart and brilliant, she always comes up with solutions, she saved people asses more than once without taking credits for it. She’s a hero, she was a hero way before she got her powers. 

But she’s also cold by nature, she doesn’t open up about her feelings, she can think straight without letting her emotions get in the way. 

She lost her husband, twice. She got together with a villain who played with her feelings, who kidnapped her and treated her like she belonged to him. She managed to escape from him, by herself.

She is broken, but not by her powers. They broke her, life broke her and still look where she is, she tries so hard to fix herself without looking for help.

She’s broken, but she can fix herself because that’s what she’s doing for all her life and she will keep doing it.

She’s broken but not lost.

All of that in a female character. That’s so important and makes me so proud of her.

I want Caitlin to be treated like she deserves, her character needs more consideration.

  • Person: you have such a quirky personality, and I think your mannerisms are cute :)
  • Me: thanks, I borrowed them from my coworker, best friend, and the main character of the tv show I've been watching recently.