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Anonymous said: Do you ever think you'll stop drawing fanart? No offense it just seems like the kind of thing you're supposed to grow out of. I'm just curious what your plans/goals are since it isn't exactly an art form that people take seriously.

euclase:

Ah, fanart. Also known as the art that girls make.

Sad, immature girls no one takes seriously. Girls who are taught that it’s shameful to be excited or passionate about anything, that it’s pathetic to gush about what attracts them, that it’s wrong to be a geek, that they should feel embarrassed about having a crush, that they’re not allowed to gaze or stare or wish or desire. Girls who need to grow out of it.

That’s the art you mean, right?

Because in my experience, when grown men make it, nobody calls it fanart. They just call it art. And everyone takes it very seriously.

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thebanegrimm:

Left is the new Wonder Woman. Being deemed still too skinny and frail. Right is Kacy Catanzaro, the first female to advance to the finals of American Ninja. Considered strong and inspiring to female athletes. Stop assuming someone is weak based off your closed minded ignorant ideals.

Wow.
I hadn’t really considered this. Interesting point!

I don’t think Gal Godot is weak, I just want to know why she’s wearing GODDAMN HEELS. Also - and I haven’t seen anyone call Gail Godot weak, so I’m predisposed to raise my eyebrow at this argument - if you look at all the women who were cast (were CAST, note) as heroes in the marvel/DC canon, they’re ALL thin, small-waisted, willowy women (ScarJo, Gal Godot, Jaime Alexander, Anne Hathaway etc.) We don’t see a diversity of body types. There are no female Thors, broad shouldered and heavily muscled. No thick-waisted women. No women whose thighs touch. No small, wiry women. So yeah, maybe people are complaining about Gal Godot’s body type, but remember: she’s got the job. Women like her will keep GETTING the job. And women who *don’t* look like Gal Godot… won’t. (also, you know what? I am 100% sure that the production team could have taken a pic of her that showed off her muscles, had her in a semi-decent fighting stance, had her USING her sword etc. They didn’t. And that’s not Gal Godot’s fault… but that is a CHOICE the production team made)

feministbatwoman:

gailsimone:

thebanegrimm:

Left is the new Wonder Woman. Being deemed still too skinny and frail.
Right is Kacy Catanzaro, the first female to advance to the finals of American Ninja. Considered strong and inspiring to female athletes.
Stop assuming someone is weak based off your closed minded ignorant ideals.

Wow.

I hadn’t really considered this. Interesting point!

I don’t think Gal Godot is weak, I just want to know why she’s wearing GODDAMN HEELS.

Also - and I haven’t seen anyone call Gail Godot weak, so I’m predisposed to raise my eyebrow at this argument -
if you look at all the women who were cast (were CAST, note) as heroes in the marvel/DC canon, they’re ALL thin, small-waisted, willowy women (ScarJo, Gal Godot, Jaime Alexander, Anne Hathaway etc.)
We don’t see a diversity of body types. There are no female Thors, broad shouldered and heavily muscled. No thick-waisted women. No women whose thighs touch. No small, wiry women.

So yeah, maybe people are complaining about Gal Godot’s body type, but remember: she’s got the job. Women like her will keep GETTING the job. And women who *don’t* look like Gal Godot… won’t.

(also, you know what? I am 100% sure that the production team could have taken a pic of her that showed off her muscles, had her in a semi-decent fighting stance, had her USING her sword etc.
They didn’t. And that’s not Gal Godot’s fault… but that is a CHOICE the production team made)

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"Saga may have a bit of Star Wars in its science fiction/fantasy mashup DNA, but one character was inspired by a Star Wars image that always bothered Vaughn: Princess Leia in that slave outfit. “That’s that character at her least sexy,” Vaughn said to thunderous applause. “There are slave girls in the world and they don’t look like Princess Leia in a bikini.” Vaughn and Staples created the character Slave Girl (now Sophie) in part because they wanted to show the horrific side effects of war. “I’m glad that Slave Girl gets to be Sophie,” he said."

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milesmorale:

Infamous 3rd year “My father will hear about this” Draco refusing to participate in Lupin’s class on boggarts because the whole thing is ridiculous but when it’s his turn he walks up to the wardrobe and Lucius Malfoy steps out

THIS UPSETS ME

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