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I really like Dane DeHaan.
A lot.




plantagenet:

And who proved wrong all who scoffed at the idea that a young maiden could be one of the fiercest warriors this realm has ever known?


cumber-kitty:

cumber-kitty:

lokidorky:

silverhairedwolf:

is it just me, or does chris evans look freaking amazing in drag

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He looks like auroa…

omg.

#well steve is sleeping beauty afterall



After its first few seasons, which were more broadly monster-centered, Supernatural has turned its focus heavenward, to the metaphysical ministries of angels and demons. Now, a show that poaches so liberally from every belief system it’s ever met should be able to have some fun here with sexuality and gender. Angels in much of Christian tradition are ungendered beings of pure spirit, so it would make sense for the show’s angels to routinely transgress gender norms in the human bodies they take on as their vessels. It would be a great way to portray the angels’ non-humanity, showing them unwittingly and uncomprehendingly steamrolling over human gender roles because they simply do not know or care about this petty aspect of human life.

Alas, the show takes the lazy way out, adhering to the most narrowly patriarchal interpretation of angel gender. Most of the important angels are male, the female ones are seductive temptresses, and there’s no crossing or blurring of gender boundaries.

Not Exactly the New ‘Buffy’: The Many Failings Of ‘Supernatural’ [x] by Max Thornton

An excellent, if all too brief, article about SPN’s issues (that does not pretend that Whedon was perfect, above reproach), and one of the few that specifically talk about how ludicrous it is that Angels rigidly adhere to American gender norms.

(via exitpursuedbyasloth)


nnataliaromanova:

fallaces sunt rerum species


Jennifer Lawrence as Miss Dior 2014 


ihatecispeople:

if the creator has to say “yeah this one vague line was refering to this character being gay” it doesnt count as representation. if it’s a punchline at the end of the movie, it doesn’t count as representation. if the writer announces it outside the work but never in the work it doesnt fucking count as representation


imsirius:

"It’s Ace Ventura: Pet Detective. I think I was like 8 years old. And so one of the kids’ parents wouldn’t let us go and then I had to wait to see it. I was a big Jim Carrey fan as a child.” - Dane DeHaan, on the first movie that made him laugh


He used to say he wanted his ashes scattered on Brokeback Mountain, but I wasn’t sure where that was. I thought Brokeback Mountain might be around where he grew up. Knowing Jack, it might be some pretend place, where bluebirds sing and there’s a whiskey spring..


soufflenatural:

 


lnalloweentown:

being the fat friend like

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halffizzbin:


peteharry:



allisonargentee:

allison + you will be free

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