feuilys:

i wonder why when women write teen novels they’re categorized as chicklit yet when jgreen writes teen novels hes a nyt best selling author and praised as understanding the tru nature of teens nvm i know why

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Empire Magazine discusses the gay subtext of 'Captain America: The Winter Solider."

  • Chris Hewitt: Another core relationship in the film is Captain America and the Falcon.
  • Helen O'Hara: Do you know what, I may have said this in the main podcast but honestly every beat of their relationship is exactly like a romance. Seriously. They got to ‘meet cute’ running along, then they bond over some spurious shared history, and then it’s all like ‘Oh I’m in real trouble & I just turned up at your door because you’re the one person I could think to go to for help”. And he’s all like “Sure use my shower.” I mean, come on people! And I think it works well using that kind of shorthand to create a kind of a friendship quite quickly. But honestly they are the ‘couple’ in the film.
  • Chris: It’s interesting though, he spends the entire movie turning down exhortations from Natasha to ask women out, the ENTIRE movie.
  • Helen: Hey it would be a great political statement if Captain America’s gay.
  • Chris: “What about such-and-such from statistics?” “No, I’m not interested.” “What about such-and-such? What about your next door neighbour who’s really really hot?”
  • Ali Plumb: “What about this one-armed cyborg man who you have history with..?”
  • Chris: “…with the dreamy eyes and long hair.”
  • Helen: He was looking dreamy it has to be said.
  • http: //www.empireonline.com/news/story.asp?NID=40685
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bruceybanner:

crankybucky:

hey remember when in the first Captain America movie Steve never once backed down from a fight

and then in Winter Soldier he stops fighting for the first time ever at the end of the movie just cause it’s Bucky

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askthedescended asked: Hey there, I saw your thoughts about "kinkshaming," and I was wondering how you thought about the argument most often used to defend it; that indulging in kinks via porn or other fictional stimulation is the same as playing GTA or other violent and "immoral" video games, in that it is essentially harmless, as the acts themselves are simulated and, in essence, fictional. I've heard the argument many times, and haven't really been able to poke any holes in it. What do you think?

lonelymountainorbust:

i think that the sexualization of violence (especially against women, mostly done by the porn industry — theres a huge post about this that ill be happy to link to when i get on my laptop in 3 hours) contributes to people being more likely to coerce/rape other people, and also to enjoy #rape fantasies

little boys in the uk alone have admitted to raping their little sisters because of viewing pornography, and pornography is full of violence against women. porn directors themselves think that violence in porn is good, because women need to “know their place” and porn is produced by men for men

if you scroll through so much as a page of porn, youll find everything from “hot t****y fuck” to “dad fucks hot asian slut” to “underage fuck” to “big brother fucks his tight sister” to “hot slut gets taught a lesson”
all of this language is violent. all of these videos are violent. porn encourages sexual violence, and i havent even touched on how the women in those videos are treated — you do what they tell you or you dont get paid; theyre allowed to change the scene to something youre uncomfortable with; within a few scenes you can get stds and stis and hpv; women are degraded and disrespected and destroyed by pornography every single day

and like. over 60% of people view porn, the us is the biggest producer of porn — this normalization of bad things like #incest or #rape being seen as “kinky” and sexual instead of wrong has given people a green light to cry “kinkshaming” when they get called out on being nasty perverts

tbh i think porn is one of the biggest issues w/r/t kinks, and i think a good way to point out problems with bad kinks is to talk about how porn sexualizes violence

and theres a big difference between porn and video games — porn involves real people, actual human beings, and thus you connect violence in porn to violence with other real people more easily
video games like gta are an obviously more fictional setting, no matter how good the graphics are, so violence in games i think is easier to disconnect from reality — youre clearly doing something fictional, youre clearly playing, but pornography is more grounded in reality and harder to disconnect from

that argument is hard to poke holes in because then you get into “are violent video games destroying society” etc etc, which is ridiculous, but i think theres a distinction between violence in porn and violence in games and how those translate to perpetuation of violence in the real world #nsfw text #violence #pornography #slurs

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dancys:

@marvel Flattery will get you nowhere! Probably. Maybe. *looks the other way* 

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thaibrator:

when he buys you the coat u wanted

thaibrator:

when he buys you the coat u wanted

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typhloslons:

/tagged/me

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versacemon:

Good bye

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