This film interviews women of all branches of the military to discuss their sexual assaults while serving. Their stories touch on “the lack of recourse to an impartial justice system, reprisals against survivors instead of against perpetrators, the absence of adequate emotional and physical care for survivors, the unhindered advancement of perpetrators’ careers, and the forced expulsion of survivors from service.”

- Over 20% of female veterans have been sexually assaulted while serving

- It’s estimated half a million women have been sexually assaulted while in the military

- 80% do not report their assaults

- Reported cases were often given to men to handle because women were too sympathetic and always took the women’s side

- A navy study found 15% of incoming recruits attempted or committed rape before entering the military (twice the percentage of equivalent civilian population)

- Women who have been raped in the military have a PTSD rate higher than men who have been in combat

- 33% of servicewomen did not report their rape because the person to report to was a friend of the rapist

- 25%  of servicewomen did not report their rape because the person to report to was their rapist

- Many of our closets NATO allies no longer allow commanders to determine the prosecution of sexual assault cases

- In December 2011, the court dismissed the survivors’ lawsuit ruling that rape is an occupational hazard of military services


Very early Deus Ex: Invisible War screenshots, from when the game still looked good. I didn’t think any survived!

Story time: The art director for this game did an amazing job. The game had huge maps, colorful high-rez textures, dynamic lighting, and tons of detail. But then he had to leave Ion Storm and at the same time, this became a console game. The new guy is also amazingly talented, but he was lumped with a super pretty game that the systems simply couldn’t handle. So everything had to be cut down. I’ve dubbed this the Great Cut. After the Great Cut, the game kinda looked like turd in comparison to what it used to, and to other games coming out at the same time (HL2).

These screenshots were thus taken relatively early in development, and show how grandiose the levels looked. F

SO I have just finished ACOWAR and this is what I have concluded..

(chronologically from my notes)

-Feyre is so badass at being undercover

-long distance relationship feels

-Ianthe is a piece of SHIT

-Dagden and Brannagh are like Desda and Eska from Legend of Korra

-Some similarities between Tamlin/the wall/Hybern early in the book are looking reeeeeeal relevant to some certain *ahem* political things going on in the USA rn


-Eris makes me suspicious considering he is literally named after the goddess of Discord who famously sowed the seeds of the Trojan War

-more invisible hands!?!? *wink wink* hey Manorian i c u

-Feysand being the ultimate relationship in YA/New Adult lit to look up to because C H O I C E  and  E Q U A L I T Y dammit!


-Amren Nesta friendship

-omg could you imagine them and Manon all hanging out.holy mother

-Rhys’s self sacrificing tendencies hurt my heart

-i want to see stuff from Rhys’ perspective while Feyre was undercover

-The library reminds me of the Guggenheim museum and if you disagree you’re wrong

-Rhys is the Mom Friend™

-in ACOMAF i thought the bone carver was just baby Rhys but OMG its their future kid. holy shit

-When it was mentioned that a Fae warrior’s blood ran into a human line.. HMM who could that possibly mean??

-Seraphim interesting interesting

-Elain is PSYCHIC 

-Feyre falls face first into mud when she falls asleep sitting up. DEAD

-”You are selfless, and brave and kind.” p 376 OH INTERESTING RHYSAND ARE YOU DIVERGENT

- “…wear that crown to bed. only the crown.” p. 402

- “You bow to no one” p 402- this made me think of LOTR but alsoooooo of a certain someone who is heir of ash and fire and will bow to no one….

-Helion makes me think of Apollo

-Helion’s thighs

-feminism for all the wives/mates to become HIGH LADIES fuck yeah

- “50 years of Gossip”

-When Tamlin rolls into the meeting

- “The sun was shining when I left you”

-Amren being attached to the blood ruby 

-Amren and Varian


-Azriel attacking Eris

- more with the GENDER EQUALITY PLS (Viviane, yas girl)

- “I shall Consider” remember in EoS…. Remember???

- Helion’s bisexuality

-Helion is LUCIEN’s baby daddy

-Helion’s thighs

-Elazriel !!!

-Bryaxis is bae

-Nesta the witch

-the focus on how being narrow minded is bad!!!! very relevant

-Cassian reminded me of Achilles during the first battle scene

-when nesta detects Cassian’s injuries: Maaaaaaaaates


-a few pages later:


-”I need to-to die for it to be stopped?” 529. NO SARAH NOT AGAIN PLEASE

-crying because the suriel died

-p 552-3, the cauldron looking back at them reminded me a lot of the Palantir and of the Eye of Sauron. loved the LOTR parallels whether or not they were intentional.


-when Elain got kidnapped by the Cauldron i just pictured it skirting up to their camp and her getting in and it driving away like nyooom nyoom

-it was late at night dont judge my sleep deprived brain

-aw Tamlin did something right for once



-i didnt seee that coming but omg it makes so much sense

-Andromache, again a reference to the Iliad (Andromache was the wife of Hector)

-p 600- when they are gonna have the big battle while the Made ones nullify the king’s power over the cauldron- LOTR parallel to when the Rohan and Gondor forces draw out the orcs and the Eye while frodo and sam Do the Thing™

-in short… Feyre is Frodo


-YAY monsters

-When Spring and Autumn show up!!! love that trope

-oh shit more Hybern… theyre all fucked…

-AcCePt!!! Seraphim and MR ARCHERON

-and VASSA

-sidebar, Vassa being the firebird is an interesting parallel to Russian folklore and history. not to mention the Weaver reminds me of Baba Yaga a little bit but ANYWAYS



-Enchanted Cauldron Journeys™ 2.0

-The entire scene between Nesta Cassian and Mr. Hybern King


-ugh yes.

-punt that bitches head like a deflated football!!!!!!

-yeah i said it.

-Amren is….. Satan?

-That was the Lucifer story, right? Are we all in agreement there??

-The cauldron is a big ol womb

-Mother+Cauldron=life, gift of life

-its the universe

-Rhys dying literally ruined my life

-even tho i knew it was gonna happen ( i saw a spoiler by accident)

- “Be happy, Feyre” Tamlin redemption arc?

-Rhys’s first words when he is Rhysurrected™

-Oops dont overcook Amren!!

-Nesta spat on Hybern’s corpse

- “We’re opening the fancy bottles”


-one more time for good measure:

Helion’s thighs

ugh. This book i swear to god


what are you doing to me sarah!??!!??


A while ago I made a list of movies that I’ve seen or heard about and compiled them into a list, some of the links are broken because the websites have been taken down and if I could not find the movie online I put a trailer. Tip: When watching/searching for movies online, when another page/window pops up (no matter how many times), click out of it! Don’t click on anything on that page, just close it and nothing will happen further. This list is a work in progress and I will try to update it when I learn of new movies/shows that are of interest.

Shows —

•Orange is the New Black [X]

•The Get Down [X]

•Chewing Gum [X]

•Fargo [X]

•The Path [X]

•The Mindy Project [X]

•Harlots [X]

•Bob’s Burgers [X]

•Scandal [X]

•How to Get Away with Murder [X]

•Black-ish [X]

•Pretty Little Liars [X]

•Game of Thrones [X]

•Parks and Recreation [X] [X]

•National Treasure [X]

•Superstore [X]


•Narcos [X]

•Project Runway

•Luke Cage [X]

•West World [X]

•Insecure [X]

•Breaking Bad [X] [X]

•Stranger Things [X]

•Drop Dead Diva [X]

•Making a Murderer [X]

•Better Call Saul [X]

•The Young Pope [X]

•Prison Break [X]

•Roots [X]

•Underground [X]

•Blind spot [X] [X]

•Being Mary Jane [X]

•New Girl [X]

•Homeland [X]

•Quantico [X]

•DareDevil [X]

•Walking Dead [X]

•13 Reasons Why [X]

•House of Cards [X]

•Jane the Virgin [X]

•Shameless [X]

•Brooklyn Nine Nine [X]

•Chance [X]

•Shut eye [X]

•The Wire [X]

•Ballers [X]

•The Flash [X]

•Scrubs [X]

•Grey’s Anatomy [X]

•Law & Order Special Victims Unit [X]

•Criminal Minds [X]

•The Office [X]

•Pablo Escobar [X]

•Marco Polo [X]

•The People V. O.J. Simpson [X]

•Lost [X]

•Daredevil [X]

•The Carmichael Show [X]

•Moesha [X]

Documentaries —

•Inside Job (dir. Charles Ferguson | 2010) [X]

•Travel Notes of a Geechee Girl (Julie Dash | 2016) [X]

•I am not your Negro (dir. Raoul Peck | 2017) [X]

•Vice Network has some awesome documentaries [X]

•13th (dir. Ava DuVernay | 2016) [X]

•Slavery by Another Name (dir. Samuel D. Pollard | 2012) [X]

•Freedom Riders (dir. Stanley Nelson Jr. | 2010) — Starring Benjamin Bratt [X] [X]

•The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (dir. Goran Hugo Olsson | 2011) [X]

•Eyes on the Prize (dir. Tim Burton | 2008) [X]

•Soundtrack for a Revolution (dir. Bill Guttentag, Dan Sturman | 2009) [X]

•Dark Girls (D. Channsin Berry/Bill Duke | 2011) [X] /Light Girls (dir. Bill Duke | 2015) [X]

•Five Broken Cameras (dir. Emad Burnat/Guy Davidi | 2011) [X]

•When we were Kings (dir. Leon Gast | 1996) — Starring Muhammad Ali & George Forman [X]

•Midwife (dir. Allison Kuznia | 2013) [X]

•Food Inc. (dir. Robert Kenner | 2008) [X]

•Food Choices (dir. Michal Siewierski | 2016) [X] [X]

•Fed Up (dir. Stephanie Soechtig | 2014) [X] [X]

The Healing Years (2010) [X]

•The Invisible War (dir. Kirby Dick | 2012) [X] [X]

•The Hunting Ground (dir. Kirby Dick | 2015) [X] [X]

•Dirty Wars (dir. Rick Rowley | 2013) [X]

•The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution (dir. Stanley Nelson | 2015) [X]

•Saudi Arabia Uncovered (Frontline | 2016) [X]

•Sicko (dir. Michael Moore | 2007) [X]

•The Square (dir. Jehane Noujaim | 2013) [X]

•Taboo (National Geographic) [X]

•Darfur Diaries (dir. Aisha Bain/Jen Marlowe | 2006) [X]

•Scottsboro: An American Tragedy (dir. Daniel Anker/Barak Goodman | 2000) [X]

•The Interrupters (dir. Steve James | 2011) [X]

•Shaykh Zakzaky (Pure Stream Media | 2016) [X]

•Trapped in Yemen (Al-Jazeera | 2015) [X]

•Fault Lines – Baltimore: Anatomy of an American (Al-Jazeera | 2012) [X]

•Inside Mecca (dir. Anisa Mehhi; National Geographic | 2003) [X] [X]

•Eyes of the Rainbow (dir. Gloria Rolando | 1997) — Assata Shakur [X]

•Africa’s Great Civilizations (PBS) [X]

•What Happened, Miss Simone? (dir. Liz Garbus | 2015) [X]

•Maya Angelou and Still I Rise (dir. Rita Coburn Whack | 2016) [X]

Movies —

•The Green Inferno (dir. Eli Roth | 2013) [X]

•To Kill a Mocking Bird (dir. Robert Mulligan | 1962) Based on novel “To Kill a Mocking Bird) [X]

•Gubagude Ko (dir. Philiane Phang | 2016) — Starring Mahershala Ali

•The Huntsman: Winters War (dir. Cedric Nicolas-Troyan | 2016) [X]

•The Legend of Tarzan (dir. David Yates | 2016) [X]

•A little Princess (Carol Wiseman | 1986) [X]

•Powder (dir. Victor Salva | 1995) [X]

•Simon Birch (dir. Mark Steven Johnson | 1998) [X]

•The Quest (dir. Jean-Claude Van Damme | 1996) [X]

•Blood in Blood Out (dir. Taylor Hackford | 1993) — Starring Benjamin Bratt [X]

•The Secret Life of Bees (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood | 2008) [X]

•Sometimes in April (dir. Raoul Peck | 2005) — Starring Idris Elba [X]

•Unbreakable (dir. M. Night Shyamalan | 2000) — Starring Samel L. Jackson [X]

•Maze Runner (dir. Wes Ball | (1) 2014 (2) 2015) [X] [X]

•Salt (dir. Phillip Noyce | 2010) [X]

•Good Will Hunting (dir. Gus Van Sant | 1997) — Starring Matt Damon [X]

•Under Siege (dir. Andrew Davis | 1992) — Starring Steven Seagal [X]

•Walkout (dir. Edward James Olmos | 2006) [X]

•Panic Room (dir. David Fincher | 2002) [X]

•Witness Protection (dir. Richard Pearce | 1999) [X]

•X-Men movies [X]

•Yesterday (dir. Darrell James | 2004) [X]

•Taken 1, 2, 3 (dir. Pierre Morel | 2008) (dir. Olivier Megaton | 2012) (dir. Olivier Megaton | 2014) [X] [X] [X]

•Unknown (dir. Jaume Collet-Serra | 2011) — Starring Liam Neeson [X]

•Run All Night (dir. Jaume Collet-Serra | 2014) — Starring Liam Neeson [X]

•Queen of Katwe (dir. Mira Nair | 2016) — Starring Lupita Nyong’o [X]

•Sleepless (dir. Baran bo Odar | 2017) — Starring Jamie Foxx [X]

•Moonlight (dir. Barry Jenkins | 2016) [X]

•The Gift (dir. Joel Edgerton | 2015) [X]

•Sicario (dir. Denis Villeneuve | 2015) [X]

•Soldado (dir. Stefano Sollima | 2017) [X]

•Silver Linings Playbook (dir. David O. Russell | 2012) [X]

•Non-Stop (dir. Jaume Collet-Serra | 2014) [X]

•Jason Bourne 1, 2, 3 (dir. Paul Greengrass | 2007) (dir. Tony Gilroy | 2012) (dir. Paul Greengrass | 2016) [X] [X] [X]

•Take the Lead (dir. Liz Friedlander | 2006) [X]

•Save the Last Dance (dir. Thomas Carter | 2001) [X]

•Gone Girl (dir. David Fincher | 2014) [X]

•Blood Diamond (dir. Edward Zwick | 2006) — Starring Djimon Housou [X]

•Their Eyes were Watching God [X]

•Don’t Breathe (dir. Fede Alvarez | 2016) [X]

•Gothika (dir. Mathieu Kassovitz) — Starring Halle Berry [X]

•Carrie *The oldest one is the Best* (dir. Brian De Palma | 1976) [X]

•Deception (dir. Marcel Langenegger | 2008) — Starring Hugh Jackman [X]

•American Beauty (dir. Sam Mendes |1999) — Starring Kevin Spacey [X]

•Pay It Forward (dir. Mimi Leder | 2000) — Starring Kevin Spacey & Haley Joel Osment) [X]

•Blackhat (dir. Michael Mann | 2015) — Starring Chris Hemsworth [X]

•The Next Three Days (dir. Paul Haggis | 2010) — Starring Russell Crowe [X]

•La Mission (dir. Peter Bratt | 2009) — Starring Benjamin Bratt [X]

•Ghost (dir. Jerry Zucker | 1990) — Starring Whoopi Goldberg [X]

•Poetic Justice (dir. John Singleton | 1993) — Starring Janet Jackson & Tupac [X]

•Million Dollar Baby (dir. Clint Eastwood | 2004) [X]

•Perfect Stranger (dir. James Foley | 2007) — Starring Halle Berry [X]

•Dope (dir. Rick Famuyiwa | 2015) — Starring Shameik Moore [X]

•Carmen: A Hip Hopera (dir. Robert Townsend | 2001) — Starring Beyoncé [X]

•The Perfect Host (dir. Nick Tomnay | 2010) [X]

•The Manchuria Camdidate (dir. Jonathan Demme | 2004) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•Money Monster (dir. Jodie Foster | 2016) — Starring George Clooney [X]

•John Q (dir. James Kearns | 2002) — Starring Denzel Washington & Kimberly Elise [X]

•Set it Off (dir. F. Gary Gray | 1996) — Starring Queen Latifah, Jada Pinkett Smith, Vicica A. Fox [X]

•American Gangster (dir. Ridley Scott | 2007) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•Antwone Fisher (dir. Denzel Washington | 2002) — Starring Denzel Washington & Derek Luke [X]

•Harlem Nights (dir. Eddie Murphy | 1989) — Starring Eddie Murphy/Richard Pryor [X]

•A Raisin in the Sun (dir. Daniel Petrie | 1961) — Starring Sidney Poitier [X]

•Juice (dir. Ernest R. Dickerson |1992) — Starring Tupac/Omar Epps [X]

•Dead Presidents (dirs. Albert Hughes/Allen Hughes | 1995) [X]

•Mississippi Masala (dir. Mira Nair | 1991) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•Fist of Legend (dir. Gordon Chan | 1994) — Starring Jet Li [X]

•Beyond the Lights (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood | 2014) [X]

•Creed (dir. Ryan Coogler | 2015) [X]

•Kite Runner (dir. David Benioff | 2007) [X]

•The Color Purple (dir. Steven Spielberg | 1985) — Starring Whoopi Goldberg, Oprah Winfrey and Danny Glover [X]

•The Last Dragon (dir. Michael Schultz | 1985) [X]

•The God Father 1, 2, 3 (dir. Francis Ford Coppola |1972 | 1974 | 1990) [X]

•Romeo Must Die (dir. Andrzej Bartkowiak | 2000) — Starring Aaliyah & Jet Li [X]

• Breaking the Bough (dir. Jon Cassar | 2006)— Starring Morris Chestnut, Ragina Hall & Jaz Sinclair [X]

•The Silence of the Lambs (dir. Jonathan Demme | 1991) — Starring Jodie Foster and Anthony Hopkins [X]

•No Country for Old Men (dir. Ethan Coen & Joel Coen | 2007) — Starring Javier Bardem [X]

•Reservoir dogs (dir. Quentin Tarantino | 1992) — Starring Quentin Tarantino [X]

•Good Fellas (dir. Martin Scorsese | 1990) — Starring Robert De Niro [X] [X]

•Taxi Driver (dir. Martin Scorsese | 1976) — Starring Robert De Niro) [X]

•No Good Deed (dir. Sam Miller | 2014) — Starring Idris Elba & Taraji P. Henson) [X]

•Crooklyn (dir. Spike Lee | 1994) — Starring Spike Lee, Zelda Harris & Alfre Woodard) [X]

•Chained (dir. Jennifer Lynch | 2013) — Starring Vincent D’Onofrio [X]

•Life of Pi (dir. Ang Lee | 2012) — Starring Suraj Sharma & Irrfan Khan) [X]

•Brown Sugar (dir. Rick Famuyiwa | 2002) — Starring Sanaa Lathan, Mos Def & Tay Gidds) [X] [X]

The Reader (dir. Stephen Daldry | 2008) — Starring Kate Winslet, David Kross & Ralph Fiennes [X]

•Annie (dir. Will Gluck | 2014) — Starring Quvenzhané Wallis, Jamie Fox & Cameron Diaz [X]

•Desert Dancer (dir. Richard Raymond | 2014 John Madden | 2014) — Starring Freida Pinto & Reece Ritchie) [X] [X]

•Sister Act (1 & 2) (dir. Emile Ardolino | 1992 Bill Duke | 1993) — Starring Whoopi Goldberg [X] [X]

•The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (1 & 2) (dir. John Madden | 2012 & 2015 — Starring Dev Patel [X] [X]

•The Notebook (dir. Nick Cassavetes | 2014) — Starring Ryan Gosling [X]

•The Other Sister (dir. Garry Marshall | 1999) — Starring Juliette Lewis & Giovanni Ribisi [X]

•Dream Girls (dir. Bill Condon | 2006) — Starring Beyoncé Knowles, Jamie Foxx and Eddie Murphy [X]

•The Golden Child (dir. Michael Ritchie | 1986) — Starring Eddie Murphy [X]

•Scarface (dir. Brian De Palma | 1983) — Starring Al Pacino & Michelle Pfeiffer) [X]

•Rush Hour (1, 2, 3) (dir. Brett Ratner | 1998; 2001; 2007) — Starring Jackie Chan & Chris Tucker) [X] [X] [X]

•The Best Man 1 & 2 (dir. Malcolm D. Lee | 1999/2013) [X] [X]

•Coming to America (dir. John Landis | 1988) [X]

•Love & Basketball (dir. Gina Prince-Bythewood | 2000) [X]

•For Colored Girls (dir. Tyler Perry | 2010) [X]

•The Shawshank Redemption (dir. Frank Darabont | 1994) — Starring Morgan Freeman [X]

•Beasts of no Nation (dir. Cary Joji Fukunaga | 2015) [X]

•City of God (dir. Fernando Meirelles/Katia Lund | 2002) [X]

•The Last Dragon (dir. Michael Schultz | 1985) — Starring Taimak & Vanity [X]

•Beat Street (dir. Stan Lathan | 1984) [X]

Based on a True Story —

•Desert Flower (dir. Sherry Hormann | 2009) — Starring Liya Kebede [X]

•Kill the Messenger (dir. Michael Cuesta | 2014) [X]

•Lion (dir. Garth Davis | 2016) [X]

•Hidden Figures (dir. Theodore Melfi | 2016) [X]

•Hotel Rwanda (dir. Terry George | 2004) — Starring Don Cheadle [X]

•Ray (dir. Taylor Hackford | 2004) — Starring Jamie Foxx [X]

•Get Rich or Die Trying (dir. Jim Sheridan | 2005) [X]

•Concussion (dir. Peter Landesman | 2015) — Starring Will Smith [X]

•Freedom Writers (dir. Richard LaGravenese | 2007) — Starring Hilary S. [X]

•Piñero (dir. Leon Ichaso | 2001) — Starring Benjamin Bratt [X]

•Belle (dir. Amma Asante | 2013) — Starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw [X]

•Race (dir. Stephen Hopkins | 2016) [X]

•The Great Debaters (dir. Denzel Washington | 2007) [X]

•The Danish Girl (dir. Tom Hooper | 2015) [X]

•Skins (dir. Anthony Fabian | 2008) — Starring Sophie Okonedo [X]

•Rabbit Proof Fence (dir. Phillip Noyce | 2002) [X]

•Selma (dir. Ava DuVernay | 2014) [X]

•Half a Yellow Sun (dir. Biyi Bandele | 2013) — Starring Thandie Newton [X]

•Fruitvale Station (dir. Ryan Coogler | 2013) — Starring Michael B. Jordan [X]

•American Hustle (dir. David O. Russell | 2013) [X]

•American Gangster (dir. Ridley Scott | 2007) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•A Beautiful Mind (dir. Ron Howard | 2001) [X]

•Black Hawk Down (dir. Ridley Scott | 2001) [X]

•Straight out of Compton (dir. F. Gary Gray | 2015) [X]

•Unbroken (dir. Angelina Jolie) | 2014) [X]

•Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom (dir. Justin Chadwick | 2013) [X]

•Invictus (dir. Clint Eastwood | 2009) [X]

•Sarafina (dir. Darrell Roodt | 1992 [X]

•The Soloist (dir. Joe Wright | 2009) [X]

•Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story (dir. Rob Cohen | 1993) [X]

•Ruby Bridges (dir. Euzhan Palcy | 1998) [X]

•Malcolm X (dir. Spike Lee | 1992) — Starring Denzel Washington [X]

•What’s Love Got to Do with It (dir. Brian Gibson | 1993) — Starring Angela Bassett & Laurence Fishburne [X] [X]

•A United Kingdom (dir. Amma Sante | 2016) [X]

•Frida (dir. Julie Taymor | 2002) — Starring Salma Hayek [X]

•The Insider (dir. Michael Mann | 1999) — Starring Al Pacino [X]

•Radio (dir. Michael Tollin | 2003) — Starring Cuba Gooding Jr. [X]

•Serpico (dir. Sidney Lumet | 1973) — Starring Al Pacino [X]

•Cadillac Records (dir. Darnell Martin | 2008) — Starring Beyonce & Adrien Brody [X]

•Ali (dir. Michael Mann | 2001) — Starring Will Smith [X]

•A Woman Called Moses (dir. Paul Wendkos | 1978) [X]

•The Vow (dir. Michael Sucsy | 2012) — Starring Channing Tatum [X]

•The Experiment (dir. Paul Scheuring | 2010) — Starring Adrien Brody & Forest Whitaker [X]

Foreign/Independent/Indie Films —

•Difret (dir. Zeresenay Mehari | 2014) [X]

•I am Slave (dir. Gabriel Range | 2010) [X] [X]

•Sand Storm (dir. Elite Zexer | 2016) [X]

•Mal de Ojo (dir. Solange Morales | 2015) [X]

•The Little Girl Who Sold the Sun (dir. Djibril Diop Mambéty | 1999) [X]

•Njinga Rainha de Angola *Nzinga, Queen of Angola* (dir. Sergio Graciano | 2013) [X]

•Under the Moonlight (dir. Reza Mir-Karimi | 2001) [X]

•Emitaï (dir. Ousmane Sembène | 1971) [X]

•Frontline Sex Slaves (dir. Esther Bienstock) [X]

•Xala (dir. Ousmane Sembène | 1975) [X]

•Ocean of Pearls (dir. Sarab Neelam | 2008) [X]

•Ceddo (dir. Ousmane Sembene | 1977) [X]

•The Falling (dir. Carol Morley | 2014) — Starring Maisie Williams [X]

•Unleashed (dir. Louis Leterrier | 2005) — Starring Jet Li [X]

•Angel-A (dir. Luc Besson | 2005) [X]

•The Forbidden Kingdom (dir. Rob Minkoff | 2008) [X]

•Memoirs of a Geisha (dir. Rob Marshall | 2005) [X]

•IP Man (dir. Wilson Yip | 2008) [X]

•La folie Almayer (dir. Chantal Akerman | 2011) [X]

•La Peccatrice (dir. Pier Ludovico Pavoni | 1975) [X]

•Wadjda (dir. Haifaa Al-Mansour | 2012) [X]

•Anwar (dir. Manish Jha 2007) [X]

•Black Orpheus (dir. Marcel Camus | 1959) [X]

•Abouna (dir. Mahamat-Saleh Haroun | 2002) [X]

•Africa, I Will Fleece You (dir. Jean-Marie Téno | 1992) [X]

Bollywood —

Slumdog Millionaire (2008), Huch Huch Hota Hai (1998), Devdas (2002), Ghajini (2008), Lagaan (2001), Kal Ho Naa Ho (2003), Mohabbatein (2000), Veer-Zaara (2004), Asoka (2001), Billu (2009), Phir Bhi Dil Hai Hindustani (2000), Kahaani (2012/2016), Jodhaa Akbar (2008), Kahbi Khushi Kabhie Gham (2001), Guzaarish (2010), Om Shanti Om (2007), Yes Boss (1997), Raavan (2010), Umrao Jaan (2006), Guru (2007), Dhoom 1, 2, 3 (2004/2006/2016) (I’d be forever if I listed all the Bollywood movies I’ve seen in my life, just search SRK, Kajol Devgan, Aishwarya Rai, Kareena Kapoor, Abhishek Bachchan, Deepika, Salman Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Amitabh Bachchan, Rani, Aamir Khan, Akshay Kumar, Saif Ali Khan, Ranveer Singh, Ranbir Kapoor, Katrina Kaif)

A Feminist Guide to Netflix


  1. Girlhood* [2003]
  2. Tricked [2013]
  3. American Promise* [2013]
  4. Hot Girls Wanted [2015]
  5. Crime after Crime* [2011]
  6. A Girl and A Gun [2013]
  7. The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975* [2011]
  8. Paris Is Burning* [1990]
  9. Miss Representation [2011]
  10. Dark Girls* [2011]
  11. It’s A Girl* [2012]
  12. No Woman, No Cry [2010]
  13. Live Nude Girls Unite [2000]
  14. Girl Rising* [2013]
  15. Half The Sky* [2012]
  16. The Invisible War [2012]
  17. Advanced Style [2014]
  18. Makers: Women Who Make America [2013]


  1. Jen Kirkman I’m Gonna Die Alone (And I Feel Fine) [2015]
  2. Dirty Girl [2010]
  3. Legally Blonde [2001]
  4. 9 to 5 [1980]
  5. A Different World* [1987]
  6. Ella Enchanted [2004]
  7. Wetlands [2013]


  1. Girlhood* [2014]
  2. The Long Walk Home* [1990]
  3. Orange Is the New Black* [2013]
  4. Hawthorne* [2009]
  5. Mooz-lum* [2010]
  6. The Butler* [2013]
  7. Rent* [2005]
  8. Electrick Children [2012]
  9. Night Catches Us* [2010]
  10. The Virgin Suicides [1999]
  11. Scandal* [2012]
  12. Fruitvale Station* [2013]
  13. The L Word [2004]
  14. Frida* [2002]
  15. Gimme Shelter [2013]
  16. The Watson Go to Birmingham* [2013]


  1. Kill Bill Vol. 1-2 [2003/2004]
  2. Jackie Brown* [1997]
  3. Buffy, the Vampire Slayer [1997]
  4. Dollhouse [2009]
  5. Alias [2001]
  6. Enough [2002]
  7. Hit & Miss* [2012]
  8. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night [2014]
  9. Nikita [2010]

*Notable intersectional elements/representation

Please feel free to add TW’s or personal recommendations!


got my glitter on and my cane came in the mail today, plus I had a therapy session that went really well and there’s a sweet thunderstorm outside ⚡♿🌼

[image caption: two images, one of a pale girl (me) with short green hair and black glasses wearing a green tanktop and a silver necklace, with glitter on her cheeks. the second image is of the same girl from the thighs down, legs bare in the picture (I’m wearing shorts tho), with black converse hi-tops. between her legs she is resting a floral patterned cane. the background is a blue and black speckled rug, with a grey hoodie on the floor bc I am a mess.]

she/her pronouns, non-nsfw blogs feel free to reblog :)


A Kylo/Rey fic which picks up during the final face off at the end of The Force Awakens. What if things had gone a little differently? Rey agrees to train under Kylo, but struggles to come to terms with both the past and the future as her abilities and emotions are put to the ultimate test.


Kylo leans back, out of the way, as his uncle’s saber flies through the air right past him and into the unworthy hands of the very scavenger he’d been pursing for days. 

Surprise, jealousy and curiosity overtake him in equal parts as the Knight of Ren stands momentarily paralyzed in the snow. He is brought back to reality only by the sound of Rey activating the saber.

She swings first, but Kylo activates his own weapon and blocks the attack with ease. Blow after blow, blue is met with a violent clash of red. Kylo stalks forward, putting Rey in the unfavorable position of navigating backward through the unfamiliar terrain. She was skilled. Highly skilled- for a novice. It was undeniable. So much so, that Kylo feels a twinge of admiration for her as they duel.

“Aghhhhhh!” Rey brings her blade down with a wild fury and Kylo, once again, blocks it. Preoccupied with staying alive, Rey doesn’t notice as her opponent slips inside her mind. He feels the fear, anger, frustration and revulsion fueling her actions. He can’t help the small smirk that tugs at the corner of his mouth in delight. The two of them are more similar that she’d like to believe.

He can feel her irritation rise in response to his smugness.

Kylo delivers his first offensive blow, swinging down at a diagonal with brute strength. Rey is stricken with terror as she blocks him, taking several uncertain steps backward. She hacks into a nearby tree, sending the thin stalk toppling down between them. However, this does little more than delay Kylo for a couple of seconds.

He winces at the pain in his side as he steps over the obstacle and casually pursues his opponent.

What are you doing Ren? End her! It was Snoke’s voice in his head, urging him to finish the deed. What is he waiting for?

The ground trembles violently beneath their feet, but Kylo’s eyes never waver from the scavenger. He catches up to her easily and strikes. Once. Twice. Three times.

Enough! he screams internally, as if willing the girl to give in. He urges Rey backward as their sabers lock together stubbornly.

Why couldn’t he do it? It would be so easy. She was standing right there before him. And yet as Kylo looks down into the eyes of his adversary, he senses something. Potential, he thinks. She has such potential.

“Awwrrrrrrrr,” Rey growls as she pushes back against his fizzling red blade.

“You need a teacher!” Kylo insists aggressively. “I can show you the ways of the force!”

“Never!” Rey hisses stubbornly through gritted teeth. “I’d never give you the satisfaction.”

“Ughhhhh!” Rage wells up inside Kylo and he thrusts forward, pushing her away.

Rey stumbles but doesn’t fall, and just as Kylo raises his weapon to attack, the ground begins slipping away behind her. The commander catches the brief but definitive flicker of fear in her eyes, followed by an overwhelmingly stubborn pride as she accepts her fate. Rey is ready to die. Happy to even, so long as it meant depriving Ren of finishing the job himself. 

It was all happening so fast. One moment they’re fighting, and the next, Rey is being swallowed up by the imploding First Order base. She closes her eyes as she feels the terrain give way beneath her feet. She is prepared to meet her demise with dignity. But then the unthinkable happens.

A hand. Kylo’s hand. He reaches out and catches her wrist with urgency, roughly jolting Rey back to reality. Her eyes fly open in shock as she looks up to see her enemy kneeling above her with a conflicted expression on his face. 

One second stretches into a million as they stare at each another for what seems like an eternity. All the while, Rey is dangling helplessly over the newly formed ravine.

It’s Kylo who finally speaks.

“Give me your saber,” he orders firmly, reaching for her free hand which still brandished the active weapon.

Absolutely not! He feels her answer reverberate vehemently through his mind without Rey having to utter so much as a word out loud.

Of course. The saber is her leverage. She thinks he is going to drop her.

“You’re going to have to trust me, Rey.”

He’d never used her name, and it surprised her to hear the word fall so effortlessly from his lips.

“Pass me the saber and grab onto the ledge. I can’t pull you up with one hand.”

Rey could see the beads of sweat forming on the commander’s brow as he clung to her.

She may have been under duress, but it seemed to Rey as if the fire in his Ren’s eyes had faded slightly. She grits her teeth nervously, not wanting to gamble with her life, but time is rapidly running out.

“I won’t let go,” Kylo states simply, sensing her hesitation.

And despite everything she knows about the man before her, she believes him.

Gasping for breath, Rey promptly deactivates her saber and surrenders it to Kylo with uncertainty and an abundance of hope in her heart. Hope that he would follow through on his word.

He takes the item, swiftly hitching it to his belt and motions for her to grab onto the ledge.

Rey’s fingers clutch at the rocky cliff, countering her weight just enough so that Kylo is able to hoist her up over the edge.

Rey stumbles into him as she reaches the top, but quickly collects herself, pulling away in preparation for whatever was to come. Surely this is the moment where he runs her through with his lightsaber just as he had Han.

But instead the pair of them just stare at one another distrustfully as they proceed to catch their breath.

Kylo steps forward, clutching his side. The crunching of twigs beneath his feet is enough to disrupt the uncomfortable silence between them. 

“You’re welcome,” he mutters bitterly, brushing past Rey as if she were invisible.

anonymous asked:

Monsieur, I have an inquiry regarding your occupation as the Opera Ghost. Did you have to build the passageways throughout the theatre or did you find them when you started living there? What I'm trying to reason from this is that if you made them, you had to have stayed in the opera house for quite a long time.

An “occupation,” you say, as if it were as commonplace as dentistry.

Both. I arrived back in Paris during the construction of the Garnier and burrowed my way into the construction itself, building onto the existing tunnels. I’d an…arrangement with a rather prominent figure involved in the project. I was a consultant, for lack of a better term, fine-tuning the weaker aspects of the design. He said nothing in return for my services; I remained invisible.

And then the war inconveniently erupted, as wars often do.

Construction was halted and I could hardly continue to carve my way through the foundations during the Commune occupation. They used the cellars at the time, you see. Torture, storage, prison space. I absconded from the property and took refuge elsewhere; the screams were rather distracting.

Near the war’s end, I returned, picked up where I’d left off, and ultimately remained. It is, I suppose, the only home I have ever known, and the first time in my life I have been left unmolested by prying eyes.

@aledbr @epistaxisxjensen aaAAAAA TY!!!! i’m going to be a naughty goblin and do the whole series because i see them as one continuous story

The first character I first fell in love with: Paul Denton, when @protokol​ started screaming about him at me.

The character I never expected to love as much as I do now: Alex D. I expected the whole of Invisible War to be awful, but the writing really, really surprised me.

The character everyone else loves that I don’t: Adam “Manpain” Jensen (sorry lmao.)

The character I love that everyone else hates: There are many side-characters that I find super interesting but get no fandom recognition. Maybe I’ll make a post about them on my Deus Ex sideblog.

The character I used to love but don’t any longer: Unpopular opinion: I liked Pritchard more when he was wasn’t portrayed as just being Adam’s wife :v

The character I would totally smooch: Paul D, Koller, Pritchard, Big K, Sid Black.

The character I’d want to be like: None of them because only bad things happen to the characters in this universe lmfao. Actually scratch that, little k / Ophelia Carter is absolutely me in the future.

The character I’d slap: Koller, Pritchard, and Sid Black. I can see them being into it ;)

A pairing that I love:

Also Senrif.

A pairing that I despise: I notp Ivan and Melissa Berk pretty hard because he just doesn’t strike me as being a family guy. I also have a low tolerance for Jensard where Pritchard is feminized so that Adam can remain hypermasculine by comparison, and so that the pairing is more heteronormative.

Be aware, that as soon as spouses are united at their wedding, the devil aims to separate them. Therefore, sooner or later, the battle begins between the spouses, the majority of whom are ignorant of this reality. And, although in the beginning everything was going smoothly, “like butter,” and love had united these two people, over time disagreements begin, quarrels: “I don’t love you anymore,” “We’re not good for one another,” “We have different personalities” … This is all a spiritual battle, an invisible spiritual war.

Abbot Ephraim of Vatopaidi

I submit this theory: Hawke is the one to kill the Nightmare.

We all know the choice reads “will likely die” to cover the Inquisitor’s escape. I suspect, no matter how heart-breaking Varric’s reaction is, that leaving Hawke behind is ultimately the right decision.

First: “The world fears the inevitable plummet into the abyss. Watch for that moment… and when it comes, do not hesitate to leap. It is only when you fall that you learn whether you can fly” that has already been pointed out before in relation to the quest, actually bloody called Here Lies the Abyss. It reads like a narrative connection, a clue–foreshadowing, if you will. Nothing is ever titled without a very specific purpose in mind.

Second, Hawke is the only person we have seen so far that has the ability to overcome the very essence of Nightmare: ancient, primal, debilitating.

Beyond any shadow of doubt, the Nightmare’s taunt for Hawke is the most gut-wrenching: “Did you think anything you ever did mattered?”

Because we all know, it did not.

This thing that frustrated us as gamers–the idea that no matter what decisions we made in an RPG title that usually lets us control the fate of nations, nothing changed–becomes the catalyst of Hawke’s character, the well from which they draw strength. Again and again, Hawke faces personal waking nightmares: from the Darkspawn attack on their home that claims one of the twins’ lives, to ultimately losing their other sibling (either to the Taint/Wardens, the Gallows, or the Templars), to the horrific death of their mother no matter how hard they fight, no matter what decision they make in the investigation of her murderer.

And then, Hawke has to face the nightmares of nations. An invisible war: the faithful spreading propaganda and crucifying heretics. A Qunari invasion of the city. An underground rebellion. Growing tensions between Mages and Templars that ultimately erupt into the start of a war. And then–personal again, even after all the loss: the lies of a lover, the unraveling of a friend, anger, betrayal, death–things explode around you, Hawke. And there’s not a damn thing you can do to prevent it.

All while remaining a pillar of leadership for the friends who have become family. 

When there’s nothing left to do but survive, to hold those you love as close as you possibly can, you grow strong, knowing you’ve faced your worst nightmares again and again and you’re still standing.

This is the strength of Hawke. 

It is the strength that will overcome the Nightmare, as it has overcome so many (so impossibly many; so unfairly many) before. 

anonymous asked:

Do you have any favorite documentaries?

Yes, I have a lot.

  • Ukraine’s Forgotten Children (x)
  • Bulgaria’s Abandoned Children (x)
  • The Bridge (x)
  • Child of Rage (x)
  • Dear Zachary (x)
  • Titticut Follies (x)
  • The Act of Killing (x)
  • A Place for Paedophiles (x - available on netflix)
  • Blackfish (x)
  • The Elephant in the Living Room (x)
  • The City Addicted to Crystal Meth (x)
  • The Dying Rooms (x)
  • Genie : Secret of the Wild Child (x)
  • Inside Broadmoor (x)
  • Living in the Sewers of Colombia (x)
  • Paradise Lost (x)
  • The House I Live In (x)
  • Cannibal Warlords of Liberia (x)
  • Chernobyl Uncensored (x)
  • Capturing the Friedmans (x)
  • Bellevue Inside Out (x)
  • The Look of Silence (x)
  • West of Memphis (x)
  • There’s Something Wrong with Aunt Diane (x)
  • The Woman Who Wasn’t There (x)
  • One Day in September (x)
  • How to Die in Oregon (x)
  • Madness in the Fast Lane (x)
  • After Tiller (x)
  • Shoah (x)
  • Night and Fog  (x)
  • Broadmoor (x)
  • The Invisible War (x)
  • Black Tar Heroin: The Dark End of the Street (x)
  • Of Men and War (x)
  • Hot Girls Wanted (x)

I was going to just link to a previous post from my old blog, but I had a lot to add so here is a current and relatively complete list.

Also, I have a list of specifically crime documentaries that I would recommend here

I wrote this a long time ago and thought I’d share it here.

How I’m Still Here

There are several reasons that I am still here fighting through this invisible war that no one can see. There are many people who are fighting the very same war I am. That is one of the reasons, maybe the biggest reason I have not given up completely. It’s odd finding my strength from people I have never even met or talked to. Knowing I am not alone in this fight is one of my biggest comforts.

I’m not saying that I don’t still have my moments like everyone else. Those moments where other people’s judgements and comments and my own self doubt get to me. I still feel useless and pointless at times. There is so much I can’t do because of my illness. Every now and then when this feeling lingers around, I welcome it. It’s easier to sink into that than to try and fight it sometimes. But then I realize how much I don’t like feeling that way.

I eventually decide that I am not going to let myself stay in that place. I think of the good in my life. I think of the things I dreamed of that have actually come true despite my illness. I have someone who loves me and has seen me go from a normal young healthy girl to a chronic illness warrior. I fight harder than even he could ever imagine but I don’t even hold it against him that he could never truly understand what I go through, because no one really can unless they had to go through it themselves.

That’s the thing about being in constant pain and sickness. It would be impossible to understand how we still smile or do anything in this amount of pain unless they were actually going through it all day every day. One thing that helps me be more forgiving of people who will never get it, is to think back to when I was blissfully ignorant of things like this. I was not sick all the time. I never thought of those who were sick all the time. My understanding of being sick was the same of those today who are so frustrating to me now.

I knew there were people who got the occasional cold and there were people with cancer who were either going to be battling for the rest of their lives or just lost the battle. I had no idea there were people like us out there who were caught in one of the most terrible in between places. Not enough awareness out there I guess. But now I am all too familiar with the fact that there are people who have to fight an invisible war. One where they are judged for far too many unfair reasons just because people’s perception of them is wrong.

There are several reasons I am still here fighting. Another reason is, well, what the hell else am I going to do.

I like to think that after all the events of Inuyasha, Miroku married Sango and made the new mission of his life to be the new Cool Older Brother™ to Kohaku, since he, you know, married his sister. What Miroku could never guess is that because they traveled together for a while, the Cool Older Brother™ place in Kohaku’s heart was already occupied by Sesshomaru of all people

So Miroku is like “Hey Kohaku look at me I married your sister now we’re brothers isn’t it cool? Isn’t it? We’re like, total bros now”
“Yep, nice sir”.
“Lol You don’t need to be so formal hey wanna see your bro exorcising some evil sprits? Cool, right?" 
"Yeah. Hey monk-sama have you seen Sesshomaru-sama dueling with both swords? Gods that’s cool isn’t it??!!”
Kohaku what”


But things get even worse over the years because Sesshomaru sort of tolerates Kohaku? So Miroku just goes in a full war against him to impress Kohaku expect he and maybe Sango are the only ones that are aware of said war but he just keeps failing miserably, like, Miroku goes like:
“Kohaku as your sister’s husband and therefore your Older Bother™ I think you’re a great boy and you’re  going to be a great man, Kohaku I trust you so much”
BUT KOHAKU IS LIKE: “Hey sister Sesshomaru-sama said I’m "alright"”!!! Sister I think he knows my name!!" 

"Hey Kohaku you’re a very mature kid for taking care of you nieces and nephew when me and Sango are away being cool and slaying demons Kohaku so I’m gonna give your these coins for taking care of the babies, what do you think. huh Kohaku? Look at me Kohaku your Cool Bro™ is giving you money”
“Nah it’s no trouble Monk-sama ("Kohaku pls”), I take them to Sesshomaru-sama when they’re too energic and Sesshomaru-sama helps he even lets the girls climb in the fluffy thing and drags them in it hahaha it’s funny Gods Sesshomaru-sama is very cool with kids"
Kohaku do you wat”

Miroku’s children learn to speak “Mommy"” and then "Daddy” and then “Sesssagaimaru-sssma” and he dies a little inside BUT HE KEEPS TRYING 

and then kohaku grows up, he is seventeen now, and in his brithday miroku is like “HEEEYYY KOHAKU YOU’RE A GROWN MAN NOW SO I, YOUR COOL BIG BROTHER™, I AM GOING TO TAKE YOU TO  a ladies’s house now Kohaku because you’re man but please don’t tell Sango A  COOL PARTY”  but Kohaku just goes “MONK-SAMA SESSHOMARU-SAMA SAID THAT NOW I’M A MAN GROWN AND HE THINKS WE CAN SPAR WITHOUT ME GETTING KILLED BY ACCIDENT DO YOU HEAAAARRRR THAT? SISTER HE WANTS TO TRAIN MEEE” Miroku is dead now and Inuyasha laughs at him and thinks this is just silly, and Sango, 

Sango who is just happy that her brother is happy, Sango that spent the last years noticing with relief that Kohaku is being alive again, he is getting excited about things like she thought he would never be again, Sango who is just happy Kohaku is not forgetting, but at last learning to live with all his guilt, Sango who just rolls with it, Sango one day just sees Sesshomaru visiting the village again, surrounded by Kohaku and Rin and her own children now, so she just goes there and goes like 

“Hey bro”, and goes for a fist bump

and Sesshomaru actually fist bumps her too

and Kagome, 

Kagome that spent all these years trying to make Inuyasha and Sesshomaru a family again, Kagome who has been fighting her own invisible ridiculous war to end the sibling, having all her dinning invitations refused, Kagome who still receives dirty looks from both brothers when she call Sesshomaru “big brother”, Kagome whose own children is learning ( because of the dad) to stick the tongue out everytime she/ he sees Uncle, Kagome sees this

and that’s when hell breaks loose. 


If there is a line through the text (like this), that means I’m still working on that imagine/preference/visual/thingy (I don’t think the links work on mobile and I’m too lazy to fix it 😕)




● Zombie - The Outsiders Supernatural Series

● Best Friend Moments


● Merman - The Outsiders Supernatural Series

● You Take Him To The Dog Shelter

● Being the Curtis Brother’s little sister

● Being Pregnant with Soda’s baby

● Getting Married to Sodapop

● Couple Moments

● Best Friend Moments

● Psychopath


● Werewolf - The Outsiders Supernatural Series

● Wedding Moments

● Being the Curtis Brother’s little sister

● Ponyboy and Y/N as parents

● Couple Moments

● Best Friend Moments

● Psychopath


● Ghost - The Outsiders Supernatural Series

● Being the Curtis Brother’s little sister


● Demon - The Outsiders Supernatural Series

● Best Friend Moments


● Vampire - The Outsiders Supernatural Series

● Being Best Friends With Dally Would Include…

● Having Fun With Dallas Winston

● Couple Moments

● Best Friend Moments

● Psychopath


● Guardian Angel - The Outsides Supernatural Series

● Couple Moments

● Best Friend Moments

● Psychopath


● Best Friend Moments


● Spending 4th of July with the gang (part 2)

● Going to a concert with the gang

● Spending Halloween Night with the gang

● Spending Christmas with the gang

● Spending a rainy day with the gang



● The Song You Dance To At Your Wedding

● Their Favorite Green Day Song


● The House You Buy Together

● The Dog You Adopt Together

● How You Two Cuddle

● Your Christmas Party Outfit

● Your 4th Of July Outfit

● His Christmas Gift To You

● The Scary Movie You Watch Together

● Your Child (looks and personality)

● Your Wedding Reception

● His Favorite Photo From The Wedding

● Your Wedding Dress

● Your Wedding Cake

● Their Favorite Taylor Swift Song



● Merman (The Outsiders Supernatural Series)

● Curtis Brothers Little Sister Imagine

● You Start Your Period At The Curtis House


● Werewolf (The Outsiders Supernatural Series)

● Curtis Brothers Little Sister Imagine

● You Start Your Period At The Curtis House


● Vampire (The Outsiders Supernatural Series)


● Ghost (The Outsiders Supernatural Series)

● Curtis Brothers Little Sister Imagine

● You Start Your Period At The Curtis House


Demon (The Outsiders Supernatural Series)


Zombie (The Outsiders Supernatural Series)


● Guardian Angel (The Outsiders Supernatural Series)



● Sodapop Curtis - Sad Song

● Dallas Winston - Blue Neighborhood

● Ponyboy Curtis - COLORS

● Soc Girl Aesthetic

● Greaser Girl Aesthetic

● Dallas Winston Aesthetic

● Johnny Cade - BLUE

● Steve Randle - Stressed Out

● Johnny Cade - Still Here


● The Outsiders Dog Filters (Part 1)

● The Outsiders Dog Filters (Part 2)

● The Outsiders Dog Filters (Part 3)

● The Death of Dallas Winston

● The Outsiders (1983)

Rumble Fish (1983) (I know ‘Rumble Fish’ isn’t The Outsiders

but I didn’t know where else to put this..)




Best Friend Moments

Couple Moments

Brother/Sister Moments


Best Friend Moments

Couple Moments

Brother/Sister Moments


Best Friend Moments

Sister Moments


Best Friend Moments

Sister Moments


Best Friend Moments

Sister Moments


Best Friend Moments

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● Stiles Stilinski Appreciation Post

● My Favorite Actors/Actresses: Dylan O’brien

Lydia Martin Appreciation Post

Scott Mccall Appreciation Post





Best Friend Moments

Couple Moments

Brother/Sister Moments


Best Friend Moments

Couple Moments

Brother/Sister Moments


Best Friend Moments

Couple Moments

Brother/Sister Moments


Best Friend Moments

Sister Moments


Best Friend Moments

Couple Moments

Brother/Sister Moments


● The Maze Runner (2014) 

● My Favorite Actors/Actresses: Dylan O’brien


● Dancing With A Wolf

● How To Be A Heartbreaker

● Dollhouse

● Broken Home

● This Little Girl

● Pale Pink + White Aesthetic

● Pity Party

● This Is Not A Love Story

● Impossible

● Dark Enough

● Something’s Gotta Give

● Afire Love

● Young Blood

● Give Me Novacaine

● Pretty Little Psycho

● Paper Doll

● Tennis Court

● Counting On You

● Invisible

● This Means War

● Disconnected

● Rejects

● In The End


● My favorite bands/group: Marianas Trench

● My favorite bands/group: Green Day

● My Favorite bands/group: 5 Seconds Of Summer