deardarkness:

- You know nothing, Jon Snow.

- I do know some things. I know I love you. I know you love me.

I never gave a shit about them in the books but the show has made me really invested in their relationship

This broke my heart…

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<3

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lipsredasroses:

getinthehandbasket:

waltdisneyconfessions:

Trigger Warning: Ariel’s waist made me starve myself.

THIS is why it’s important to talk about problems within Disney. GUESS WHAT, THEY IMPACT PEOPLE. Just because it’s Disney doesn’t mean it’s all sweetness and light!
THIS is why it’s important to have heroines who look real. I don’t give a shit about your “Disney look” if it’s harming women. And it is.

THIS! Also, the amount of shaming going on in the comments in gross. Just because Ariel did not influence how you viewed yourself, does not mean she did not influence other people. Its not just Disney characters that make girls want to be thin. They are only bombarded with images of very thin girls and women in the media. That is a huge problem because it does affect women’s body image. While Ariel never influenced my body image, that doesn’t mean it is true for all women. 

You know, with everything that has been going on with the redesign of Merida, I have heard many people, including some of my friends, say that the arguments about Disney and child psychology are false and nothing has that much of an impact. But you know what, those people can&#8217;t see how children are influenced and how gender is socially constructed from a young age. Girls see these princesses, &#8220;role models,&#8221; women they should emulate. Girls see princesses like Ariel, with their tiny waists and interest in men, and believe that this is how they should act and look. Girl starve themselves to look like Ariel. They stay with abusive partners thinking they will change like in Beauty and the Beast. They see Jasmine use her sexuality to her advantage in Aladdin and try to follow that behavior, not knowing what it means. Yes, Merida&#8217;s redesign is detrimental to our children, our daughters, and how they view themselves. Don&#8217;t believe that? Take a look back into your childhood and tell me who you dressed up as and why you wanted to be like them.

lipsredasroses:

getinthehandbasket:

waltdisneyconfessions:

Trigger Warning: Ariel’s waist made me starve myself.

THIS is why it’s important to talk about problems within Disney. GUESS WHAT, THEY IMPACT PEOPLE. Just because it’s Disney doesn’t mean it’s all sweetness and light!

THIS is why it’s important to have heroines who look real. I don’t give a shit about your “Disney look” if it’s harming women. And it is.

THIS! Also, the amount of shaming going on in the comments in gross. Just because Ariel did not influence how you viewed yourself, does not mean she did not influence other people. Its not just Disney characters that make girls want to be thin. They are only bombarded with images of very thin girls and women in the media. That is a huge problem because it does affect women’s body image. While Ariel never influenced my body image, that doesn’t mean it is true for all women. 

You know, with everything that has been going on with the redesign of Merida, I have heard many people, including some of my friends, say that the arguments about Disney and child psychology are false and nothing has that much of an impact. But you know what, those people can’t see how children are influenced and how gender is socially constructed from a young age. Girls see these princesses, “role models,” women they should emulate. Girls see princesses like Ariel, with their tiny waists and interest in men, and believe that this is how they should act and look. Girl starve themselves to look like Ariel. They stay with abusive partners thinking they will change like in Beauty and the Beast. They see Jasmine use her sexuality to her advantage in Aladdin and try to follow that behavior, not knowing what it means. Yes, Merida’s redesign is detrimental to our children, our daughters, and how they view themselves. Don’t believe that? Take a look back into your childhood and tell me who you dressed up as and why you wanted to be like them.

(Reblogged from feministdisney)

Amused, yes I am!

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Love this! Two of my favorite things: Disney and Feminism!*

*Yes, I understand how Disney is not feminist and have argued that on several occasions but I can still appreciate it as a reference to my childhood and career aspirations. I want to be someone who changes how Disney portrays woman. Someday, it will happen.

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WHEN I SAW THE TRAILER FOR MAGIC MIKE

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foodnun:

DAMN

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Seriously, if we believe a 14 year old is too immature to know how to take a pill, do we really think she’s adult enough to handle an unwanted pregnancy?

The truth is that the age restriction is completely arbitrary, tied only to our puritanical comfort levels. And listen, I get it; I think it’s fair to say that most people are uncomfortable with the idea of a 14 year old having sex. But here’s the thing - access to Plan B isn’t about keeping a 14 year old from having sex - by the time she gets to the pharmacy, that ship has sailed - it’s about keeping a 14 year old who has already had sex from getting pregnant. And despite what urban legend (or past embarrassing FDA memos) may tell you, making emergency contraception more available is not more likely to make young teens have sex - it will just make them less likely to end up pregnant.

We can’t let our discomfort with teen sex trump young people’s right to sexual and reproductive health and we can’t continue to let politics trump science. If we care about young women’s health and bodily autonomy and integrity, we’ll drop all age restrictions from emergency contraception. Anything less isn’t just illogical - it’s immoral.

(Reblogged from lipsredasroses)

thelostsunprincess:

disneyismyescape:

If you’re feeling down.. have some Gaston Concept art. 

Now I’m really bummed BatB was not set in the 18th century. I want to see Gaston with a funny wig and breaches.

These are beyond hilarious!

(Reblogged from lipsredasroses)
crossmyheartxx:

♡

Love Them :)

crossmyheartxx:

Love Them :)

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