Posts tagged yes good
Posts tagged yes good
I’m not gonna let you finish, this is the best Bendysnoort Cumperbump post of all time.
i know everyones freaking out about yahoo buying tumblr but maybe just maybe its the beggining of something
“yeah im a lesbian trapped inside a man’s body” the cishet male laughs as he highfives one of his dudebros. suddenly he gives off a look of pure terror and a piercing shriek as his skin is ripped apart, much to the horror of his crew. his skin falls to the floor and a woman is left standing where he once was. “FINALLY” she roars, kicking one of the dudebros in the dick before running into the sunset in search of some hella fine ladies.
For some reason this is one of my favy pics
I like how Elementary made it virtually impossible to have a white guy/white guy ship be more popular than any of the other ships within the fandom
if a guy stares at ur boobs
just stare at his dick
maybe squint a little bit
did zayn get a tattoo of perrie’s lip print in the middle of his chest or did he just not shower
This is fabulous
It’s a tough audience out there, and a lot of people want to see you rise and fall, too.But, again, i’m human, and if a photo of me ever turns up with a big zit in the middle of my foreheard, i can live with it
— Shay Mitchell
Stoic Minds & Bleeding Hearts; a Jesus/Judas/Mary fanmix inspired by the Stratford Festival 2011/Broadway revival 2012 production of Jesus Christ Superstar
Dear Fellow Traveler → Sea Wolf
The Dress Looks Nice On You → Sufjan Stevens
Lay Down Your Lonesome Burden → Daniel Martin Moore
Heaven On Their Minds → Josh Young
All The Way Down → Glen Hansard
Haunt → Bastille
Reminder → Mumford & Sons
Speaking A Dead Language → Joy Williams
Where I Stood → Missy Higgins
Forgiveness → Sarah McLachlan
The Wolves (Act I and II) → Bon Iver
Nineteen → Tegan & Sara
Cold Is The Night → The Oh Hello’s
there are reasons you don’t do the harlem shake
This is the only good harlem shake video on the internet
y’all that was Chango can’t nobody tell me different
Eartha Kitt slamming and shutting down street harassment and objectification in Anna Lucasta (1958)
[Self-portraits by Carrie Mae Weems, Käthe Kollwitz, Judy Baca, and Frida Kahlo, text “Never apologize for selfies”]
Wanted to get modern women artists and some WOC up in this one. If you reblog it would be cool if you kept the part in the brackets so these artists, two of whom are still working, will get credit—this conversational part below is nbd.
Some thoughts on Abigail Hobbs and why she is unique within the show—
Abigail is very separate from nearly every other major character on this show and not only because of her age. While Will, Alana, Jack, Beverly, Freddie, Beverly and even Hannibal all have their weaknesses and blind spots, the study of violence (at whatever angle) is in effect ordinary for them. And the reason they’re able to treat it as a career and work within it and are able to retain their sanity and sense of well-being is that they view murder from the other side of the looking glass. They’ve trained themselves to be able to have some amount of distance and objectivity. (And of course, Will’s neuroatypicality prevents him from fully achieving that objectivity, but that’s another post.)
Abigail doesn’t have this sense of objectivity. Thus far, all of her encounters with violence have been entirely personal, from her father’s murders to her friend Marissa to the man she kills. Abigail is yet to have any experience of violence she can put at a distance from herself. While violence is actually something that is getting to be ordinary for her at this point, it’s not from the perspective of making it a job, it’s from an extremely close and intimate perspective. When we first see her as anything other than a victim, she’s a hunter on the other side of a gun. Whether a victim or a perpetrator, Abigail is always extremely close to the action. I don’t personally think she was assisting her father in his murders but either way, she’s never stepped back from the act of killing and viewed it at a distance. She’s obviously somewhat desensitized at this point but I think that’s a fairly obvious coping mechanism and doesn’t mean she’s actually come to terms with the fact of killing itself.
Abigail has only just entered a world in which violence is normal, a fact of life and she’s still learning how to cope with that. She’s not a Hannibal, who coolly kills or a Will, who’s trained himself to cope in some way or another or a Freddie, who stands on the sidelines and exploits the situation. She’s still working out her place in this landscape and how exactly she’ll cope with it.
I think in fandoms for designated Bad People Shows (and I’m not saying everyone on this show is a bad person) there’s a kind of glorification of competent evil, which leads to reviling any kind of uncertainty or failure or morality. We don’t know where Abigail will morally stand yet but her unstable footing within this landscape is honestly only to be expected. She’s neither a seasoned killer nor a seasoned professional.
She’s only just stopped being anything but normal.
look i made another thing
i finished this thing today and i’m rly proud of it u should be too