This scene is so fucking heartbreaking
In which Draco and Harry dress a little too quickly after a meeting
I don’t even ship it and this is awesome
They didn’t give him a gun, they gave him a screwdriver to fix things.
They didn’t give him a tank or a warship or a X-Wing fighter, they gave him a call box from which you can call for help.
And they didn’t give him a superpower or pointy ears or a heat ray, they gave him an extra heart. They gave him two hearts.
And thats an extraordinary thing; there will never come a time when we don’t need a hero like the doctor.
Andy on Chandler Rigg’s acting chops at Walker Stalker Con 2013 (requested by anon)
if I don’t reblog this assume I’m dead
A while ago I got a message requesting something related to this tweet from ssspock (who runs the official_bucky account on Twitter)! It took me forever, but this is what I came up with! This was good fun to draw, and as you can see Bucky’s twitter account is a true blessing so you should follow it (if you aren’t already!)
This is unacceptable in so many levels !
“I was rewatching Heart of Darkness and now I am a little confused… Was the scene when Hook kissed Emma in New York a parallel with the scene when Charming kissed Snow? Both women had no memories and both men tried to make them remember, failed and got kicked.”
One couple is true love and was ALREADY IN LOVE before the memory loss, the other is rape culture and an abomination.
Can you just stop?
JFC, I keep seeing your posts and they are driving me nuts. You need to learn the actual definition of rape culture.
Considering Hook reminds me of the “man” (I hesitate to say man because no real man would ever do such a thing to another human) that sexually assaulted me and people don’t grasp that he’s incredibly triggering to people? No.
Okay, here’s the thing. I’m not trying to condone what someone did to you or to invalidate your personal experiences. Nor am I saying that it wouldn’t be a trigger. There are horrible people out there would do horrible horrible things.
The fact here is that both kisses were not wanted by either woman in the context. How is it fair to demonize one and not the other just because of the characters involved?
That’s all I’m saying. There could be someone out there who sees Charming or Rumple as a trigger (because they look like or remind them someone they know who did something to them) it doesn’t mean that the show is promoting rape culture.
Personal triggers and personal interpretation do not equal canon. One’s own perception of events on a television show is just that; their perception. Just because you may, personally, find that something in the show exemplifies or perpetuates a certain concept doesn’t mean it actually does.
Anyone can be triggered by anything, and I, personally, would never, ever shame someone for being triggered, no matter what the trigger was.
It’s when people convince themselves, or are arrogant enough to believe that their personal views of the show are actually fact, and use that as a pedestal from which to shout from that I have a problem.
And honestly, to berate Hook for kissing Emma in Going Home, which he did with completely honorable intentions (even though I think it was a bit rash), but not hold Rumple and Charming accountable for doing the exact same thing? No. I don’t respect people who subscribe to double standards. And that’s what it is. Plus, Charming and Snow were neither technically in a relationship or confirmed true love when their own memory-less kiss took place (if I’m remembering the timeline correctly), so there goes that argument.