Me: I need every complex element there is to know about Jasper. I wanna know why she is the way she is, and who she was to pink diamond. I want to know everything there is to know about her past leading up to who she is currently. Give me all the dark, angsty, explicit details of this amazing character.
Also me: okay but does her nose do that cute flashlight thing like Pearl and Peridot tho…
today my 15 yr old sister was sent to the office bc apparently, what she was wearing was inappropriate. she literally has NO SKIN showing and was dress coded. bc leggings are inappropriate??? she even took the extra measure and made sure to wear a long shirt that covered her butt but the outfit was still deemed inappropriate. they wouldn’t even let her walk about thirty feet to the cafeteria to get her books.
the principal even told my sister that “girls really love to push the limit” with the dress code. no, girls want to be able to wear what they want and no be sexualized for it and robbed of precious class time bc some boys are gonna get horny over legs.
the three things i was genuinely looking forward to were the musical numbers, the Be Our Guest scene, and the signature dress
but, apparently since anything emma sings in this movie will sound hideously auto-tuned for me no matter how hard i try not to be negative about it, and the dress turned out to be a massive disappointment, i really only have be our guest to look out for now…if the food doesn’t even look half as great as the strudel scene in fantastic beasts, i’m gonna fucking sue
1. Watch people. When you’re in the park, at lunch, on your way to work. Observe. Let yourself focus on someone other than yourself.
2. Take care of yourself. Wake up to watch the sun rise, do some yoga, cook yourself a healthy meal, start working out. Don’t forget that you deserve so much better than how you treat yourself.
3. Read books, all kinds of books. Read about space and rabbits, romance novels and mysteries, encyclopaedias and cook books. Always open yourself to learning, you will never regret it.
4. Treat yourself. Take a bubble bath, light scented candles, wear your favourite dress at home, buy yourself that perfume. Loving yourself is so important.
5. Get off of social media. Stop obsessing over the number of likes you have, that new swimsuit that makes her body look amazing, the trip to Paris she just took. Stop comparing your life to other people’s highlights. That is not what their life really looks like.
6. Be grateful. Say thank you to the man who holds open the door for you, to the woman who gets you your coffee, to your mom who calls to check on you. Showing gratitude brightens someone’s day and will definitely brighten yours.
trans girls who dress masculinely are so important.
trans girls who still go by their birth name are so important.
trans girls who don’t mind masculine pronouns are so important.
trans girls who don’t fit into society’s views of feminine are so important.
trans girls who feel like they’re lying to themselves about their identity is so important.
this goes for trans woc, nonbinary women, chubby trans girls, disabled trans girls, any and all trans girls.
y'all are beautiful and amazing, keep on keeping on.
Another fall Qr for Anon. I don’t know why but I couldn’t find the first qr for the dress when I imported the photos from the sd card so I had to use my phone to take a picture which is why it’s not like the others. It should still be readable though.
The thing about Ghostbusters is that how do I go back to watching other films now?!! How can I go back to watching films where the only female lead is there to wear skimpy clothing and be a love interest for the male lead? How can I go back to films where the only “fat” character is there for everyone and themselves to make fat jokes? The thing is straight guys finally got to see what it’s like to have their only representation in the main cast be the less useful only-there-for-supposed-eye-candy a la Kevin (but then Kate McKinnon kinda stole the eye candy part there) and they didn’t like it. Before the film, I was looking forward to it but I didn’t think having an all-female team really mattered that much. I see now why it really does, especially for young girls who are finally able to see themselves in Holtzmann’s creativity and goofiness, or Patty’s love for books and history, Erin’s accomplishments in the particle physics field or Abby’s ability to take no crap (even if it’s about the number of wontons in her wonton soup). Even if people think that the film isn’t great, and everyone’s entitled to their opinions, they can’t deny that it’s important and a definite step in the right direction for Hollywood.
“If your brains were dynamite there wouldn’t be enough to blow your hat off.“ - Timequake, Kurt Vonnegut
“I desire that we be better strangers.” - As you like it, William Shakespeare
“In my mind, Martha, you are buried in cement right up to your neck. No… right up to your nose… that’s much quieter.” - Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Edward Albee
“I never saw anybody take so long to dress, and with such little result.” -The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde
“He would make a lovely corpse” - The Life and Adventures of Martin Chuzzlewit, Charles Dickens
“He was one of the numerous and varied legion of dullards, of half-animated abortions, conceited, half-educated coxcombs, who attach themselves to the idea most in fashion only to vulgarize it and who caricature every cause they serve, however sincerely.” - Crime and Punishment, Fyodor Dostoyevsky