It wasn’t perfect in the 60s when Ricardo Montalban was cast to play Khan (a...– Marissa Sammy on Star Trek: Into Whiteness. (via botsoftheworld) great commentary. however, I’d like to note that there’s an extremely welcome plot-twist regarding the Mandarin in IM3 which successfully and deftly subverts a lot of stupid tropes. don’t want to spoil anyone - haven’t seen it myself!...
Obscene Pop: I'm so proud of Alana Bloom. →
mizliz: Look at that. A female character who not only asserts her position in a potentially sexual encounter, she does it for her own well-being. She knows damn well that Will is no good for her, and she no good for him, and she says so. Alana manages to escape the terrible female…
In the original Trek, Khan, with his brown skin, was an Übermensch,...– Marissa Sammy on Star Trek: Into Whiteness. perfect commentary which parallels what Rawles was saying earlier about the possibility of Moriarty being a person of color: “…The actual issue is that black people aren’t often allowed to play full and complete characters, and an antagonist who isn’t...
“Chronic illness takes its toll on friendship for several reasons. We become...– (via iamkarennicole) Can I get an Amen? (via goodenoughfortoday) omg amen (via rubyrevolting)
barbieprivilege: how come there are silencers for guns not vibrators this is 2013
“ I would argue that caring for your body in traditional ways- like eating a...– - Lissa Rankin, M.D Author of What’s Up Down There: Questions You Would Ask Your Gynecologist If She Were Your Best Friend (via fitvillains) what’s that? It’s healthier to love your body than to spend every minute hating it and wanting to fundamentally change it but being stressed that you can’t...
mmtion: on a scale from robert pattinson to robert downey jr how much do you like your character