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escaped-ocelot:

Kori in Red Hood and the Outlaws #33

allthebeautifulthings9828:

I smell it in the air. It’s coming.

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Halloween season.

eternalvoice18:

this part just makes me so happy for Harry

like… 

he’s been mistreated all his life, and has never ever gotten a gift even once ever. 

and Ron just says that simple sentence and like his entire face lights up and I just 

MY BABY— <3

zombiesandporn:

childishflamingo:

my favorite thing in stories is when the antagonist doesn’t die, but instead they realize they were being kind of a stupid dick (maybe because the protagonist saved them or something) and then they have to kind of awkwardly tag along with the heroes in order to make up for their mistakes and gradually become slightly less evil

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bats-n-cats:

☆。*☽Halloween Haven☾*。☆

bats-n-cats:

☆。*☽Halloween Haven☾*。☆

Anonymous said: with all due respect if generalisation is a the worst form of oppression a group has to deal with then they're probs ok. I don't mean to be rude but I remember the first time trans people were discussed in my class, a group of bright 16 year olds. People were vicious, I still remember one boy in my class saying, "you've just got to laugh at it". He said 'it', he literally saw trans people as less than human. Yes bullying is wrong, acknowledging that trans people are treated like crap isn't xxx

broskibro:

I would argue and say that ‘16 year olds’ shouldn’t be taken as the end-all be-all of how people in the world think. There’s a reason why you’re not tried for ‘adult’ crimes until you’re 18, can’t join up with the army until you’re 18, and so on— because you’re not an adult. You’re still forming opinions, still learning about the world, still developing. It’s important that we look at where, exactly, these boys got their opinions from, but it’s also important that we don’t base entire sweeping judgement on a class of children.

That being said, I never said that we should hold ‘generalization’ to the same level of oppression as, say, genocide. That very much wasn’t the point of my words. 

The point is that when a person calls you (and I’m using ‘you’ to mean anyone in any demographic) out for creating and spreading sweeping generalizations and incorrect stereotypes, you should take what they say to heart. You shouldn’t excuse your own bullying by saying “well, other people are doing and saying worse than I am, so I shouldn’t be punished/called out.”

I feel like I see this far too often, people who try and justify something that is no holds barred wrong to do by pointing out it’s a far lesser evil than what you have faced. But I don’t know any other context in which you can literally say something hurtful to someone and then scold them for being offended on it by saying you’ve been through worse.

Let’s have a rather crude allegory. Imagine a woman, Sue, and another woman, Alicia. Alright, so, in her life, Sue’s been horribly sexually abused, battered, permanent physical as well as mental scarring. Alicia has led a nice life, not perfect, but she had never experience a great trauma. Sue and Alicia work together. So, alright, Sue’s experimenting with her sexuality, she really liked Alicia, and so one day at the office she just goes for it and gropes Alicia. Now, alright, Alicia is very upset, so Sue says ‘I’ve been through worse,  you have no right to feel hurt and my actions are completely fine because I’ve suffered more and this is nothing in comparison!’ I know you’re going to say something along the lines of groping being serious-but then you’re falling into the allegory itself, you’re trying to say hurt doesn’t count because it’s lesser. And that’s not true, it’s not okay to demean or hurt anyone even if you’ve had worse.

Historically speaking, oppression, persecution and power come in cycles.Jesus was crucified for his beliefs, it wasn’t until 313 years later that Constantine came to power and Christians were accepted, and heck, from there the Catholic party eventually turned around and persecuted the shit out of Ireland. And so on and so forth. The United States of America isn’t even 313 years old. Think about that, an entire era in history that if you looked at on its own would make you think everyone hated Christians, but now it’s unimaginable to most people that Christians could be oppressed. Do you think that won’t happen again with each and every group? Until the root of the issue, the idea of treating people equally, is handled, then the cycle goes onward because until then people justify things by saying they’ve been oppressed or they’ve got motive to do blah blah blah to whomever.

Martin - Stilinski detective team

supersmashthestatebros:

no Santa, they’re not gifts, they’re jifts.

variladaine:

broskibro:

lexlifts:

thornsandwillows:

If you take a young man and woman and they both tell a stranger that they work in the same restaurant, it’s very likely that they will assume that the woman is the waitress, and the young man a cook.

But I thought a…

The heavy lifting thing is a problem with my job-but in a sense it equally negatively effects my male coworkers, they hire way more girls for the floor, but they mainly make boys work out back and do the lifting, there are things they unfairly won’t let me do, but they’re also unfairly making my male coworkers do them. It’s riskier for them and it’s like they get paid the same for doing a harder job and it’s not fair to them, even if it’s not fair to me that I’m not treated as physically competent.

fuchsimeon:

haveyoubeentobahia:

fire-blast-pegasus:

pyxis-nautica:

stonecoldstunning:

I NEVER KNEW THE REASON THE NEPHEWS WERE LEFT WITH SCROOGE WAS BECAUSE DONALD HAD TO LITERALLY GO OFF WITH THE NAVY LIKE

I THOUGHT THE SAILOR GET UP WAS FOR SHOW IT DIDN’T OCCUR TO ME THAT DONALD WAS WITH THE US ARMED FORCES 

#thank you donald for keeping our country safe

He also fought in the war, hence is short temper. No joke, Disney confirmed this in a fucking comic of Donald sleep walking then being woke up by firecrackers which he believes is mines in a mine field. No joke.

The US government promoted donald duck to the rank of sergeant and gave him an honorable discharge from the military in 1984 in honor of his (animated propaganda) participation in WWII

Once you think about it, their storyline is actually pretty dark. I remember having a collective of infos about Duckburg inhabitans from Mickey Mouse magazines and the card about the three nephews mentioned that their father is unknown and their mother dissapeared on a plane expedition Amelia Earhart style and was never found (neither was her plane, so she is presumed dead, I suppose even if it’s not mentioned.) So they are with Donald because they are technically orphans and then he has to leave them alone because of navy duties. So yeah they obviously had a lot of fun and adventure in Ducktales but their life is actually really sad…

asaaf00:

Hayao Miyazaki talking about his passion for animation while seeing the world through his fascinating career. From the documentary: The Kingdom of Dreams and Madness (2013)

angeloespinosas:

"frozen is the best disney movie because it’s the only one that doesn’t concentrate on romantic love"

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