Few months back I thought how cool it would be if there was a Silent Hill AU with D.Gray-man characters. I searched it up, but couldn’t find anything already existing. In my disappointment I thought, “too bad, it could have worked so well if… DAMN.” I don’t really need any more pet projects, but this one kinda planned itself out.
Don’t know if I have time to actually do anything with the concept, so I’ll share some of my musings:
Things I need: a Marvel movie released in theaters with Peggy Carter, Angie Martinelli, Natasha Romanoff, Maria Hill, Melinda May, Gamora, Sharon Carter, Wanda Maximoff, Jessica Jones, and Trish Walker.
This needs to happen. Immediately. Because how can you not love ladies saving the universe across multiple points in time?
hey guys i made a mix for nonsense mag! check it out <3 illustration by me
track list ⤵
Amerykahn Promise - Erykah Badu Ain’t no new thing- Gil Scott Heron Everyday People- Sly and the family stone Everything is everything- Lauryn Hill Changes-Tupac Fight the Power- Public Enemy 1000 Deaths- D'Angelo & The Vanguard When the revolution comes - The Last Poets Save the Children- Marvin Gaye My people-Erykah Badu They Say/Shangrila ft Tay Walker- The Internet Higher Ground- Stevie Wonder Brown girl blues -Destiny I wish i knew how it would feel to be free- Nina Simone Alright- Kendrick Lamar
“She gave me up, she didn’t want me, right? What does she want now, to say she’s sorry? Well, then she should have said it. Every time I sat there in that coffee shop, right in front of her. She didn’t even know that was her own daughter. So screw her and her “I’m sorry’s” because all that ever got me was a sucky life. And there’s nothing she can say to fix that.”
I fight like a girl. I fight like a girl who refuses to be a victim. I fight like a girl who’s tired of being ignored, humored, beaten or raped. I fight like a girl who’s sick of not being taken seriously. I fight like a girl who’s been pushed too far. I fight like a girl who offers and demands respect. I fight like a girl who has a lifetime of anger, strength, and pride pent up in her girly body. I fight like a girl who fights back.
If you subscribe to the most basic tenets of feminism and women's liberation, and the eradication of the heteropatriarchy/male-supremacist hegemony
…then thank Black women. Black women pioneered feminist theory and praxis, and hell, even Gloria Steinem admitted to it in an interview. bell hooks, Angela Davis, Audre Lorde, Alice Walker, Patricia Hill Collins, Barbara Smith, Kimberlé Crenshaw, and so on. And it was Black women who brought us the Black Lives Matter Movement and coined the neologism “misogynoir”. White women do not- and never had a monopoly on feminism and women’s liberation. And in addition to the great many contributions (and even leadership) Black women made to feminism and women’s liberation remember there’s also Third World/anti-colonial feminism, Latina feminism, Xicana feminism, Asian feminism, Muslim feminists, Middle Eastern feminists, Indigenous feminists, butch lesbian feminists of Color, etc. So don’t be fooled by the horribly whitewashed photos of the Women’s March from around the globe. Feminists of Color/women’s liberationists of Color have always existed and have been in the thick of the struggle to liberate the female sex and abolish the heteropatriarchy/male-supremacist hegemony, along with the white/Western-supremacist power structure.