Everything About This JEM Movie Is Wrong


Uuuuuuugh.  Stop ruining my childhood, Hollywood.

30th birthday, definitely.

30th birthday, definitely.

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Oh so much.

Whovian Feminism Reviews “The Time of the Doctor”


whovianfeminism:

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Matt Smith was not the first Doctor I watched, but he was the first Doctor that I started watching live, and he sort of accidentally became my Doctor. When I thought of the Doctor, he was the Doctor I imagined. He was the Doctor I quoted, and he was the Doctor I cosplayed. But in recent episodes I’d become increasingly uncomfortable with the kind of person my Doctor was becoming. I’d hoped “The Time of the Doctor” would be a return to and celebration of the Doctor I’d originally loved. Unfortunately, it was a compilation of all the worst traits the Eleventh Doctor has displayed, and all of the most problematic tropes about women which have been employed repeatedly during Steven Moffat’s tenure as showrunner. Even Matt Smith’s moving speech and Karen Gillan’s surprise return as Amy Pond couldn’t save this episode.

It’s taken me quite a while to write this post because I honestly couldn’t bring myself to even begin addressing the myriad of problems in this episode. Say what you like about Russell T. Davies, he sure wasn’t a saint and his scripts did occasionally employ problematic tropes, but his scripts weren’t as openly and unapologetically misogynistic as Moffat’s have become. It’s as if Moffat created a list of all the complaints his episodes have elicited and decided to provoke every single one of those again in this episode.

So, with great reluctance, below the jump is my review of “The Time of the Doctor.”

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Ugh, Moffat.

http://theblueboxonbakerstreet.tumblr.com/post/57984464241/what-they-did-with-the-ages-in-the-harry


theblueboxonbakerstreet:

what they did with the ages in the harry potter movies really weirds me out

  • lily and james died when they were twenty-one. let me say that again. lily and james died when they were twenty-one. the movies made them look like they were in their forties which took away from the tragedy of…

As much as I love the actors they cast, this has always bothered me.

fairytalesfor20somethings:

peter pan decided it was time to grow up, get serious, and work towards something substantial. so he started a blog of funny anecdotes from his life. the lost boys thought that shit was hilarious.

fairytalesfor20somethings:

peter pan decided it was time to grow up, get serious, and work towards something substantial. so he started a blog of funny anecdotes from his life. the lost boys thought that shit was hilarious.

A Day in the Life of a Sexologist: A sexologist's two cents on the 2013 MTV VMAs


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Dear Society,

If you think a woman in a tan vinyl bra and underwear, grabbing her crotch and grinding up on a dance partner is raunchy, trashy, and offensive but you don’t think her dance partner is raunchy, trashy, or offensive as he sings a song about “blurred” lines of consent and…

This.  So much.

dancingloki:

prochoicegeneration:

Best post

Also, Lily Potter would have never wanted an abortion, because she was a financially well-off white woman starting a family in a happy marriage with a secure place at the top of wizarding society.
The question you should be asking is what if Merope Gaunt, an impoverished and uneducated single woman who escaped from a severely abusive family only to become pregnant with the unwanted child of a man who wanted nothing to do with her, had had access to an abortion and not had immense social pressure brainwashing her into carrying to term?

This.

dancingloki:

prochoicegeneration:

Best post

Also, Lily Potter would have never wanted an abortion, because she was a financially well-off white woman starting a family in a happy marriage with a secure place at the top of wizarding society.

The question you should be asking is what if Merope Gaunt, an impoverished and uneducated single woman who escaped from a severely abusive family only to become pregnant with the unwanted child of a man who wanted nothing to do with her, had had access to an abortion and not had immense social pressure brainwashing her into carrying to term?

This.

(Source: joshuabnix)