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February 08 2018

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acoolguy:

ghostcongregation:

i’m sorry to say this, but it has come to my attention that in disney’s descendants, dopey the dwarf has a son named doug — which means that canonically, dopey has fucked

and he will continue to fuck unless we find a way to stop him

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genuine-sadboy:

so nintendo put out a fun little valentine’s quiz

totallycorrectpsychonautsquotes:

Milla: I brought you frankincense.


Cruller: Thank you.


Oleander: And I brought you myyrh.


Cruller: Thank y-


Oleander, betraying Whispering Rock: Myyrh-DER!


Cruller, gasping: Ah! Morry, no-!

fatdemoman:

spazerbeam:

fatdemoman:

spazerbeam:

Things would be different if blastoise was my dad

name one thing

Blastoise would be my dad

shit. damn. i can’t believe this

dancinginthesetrees:

nicollekidman:

natalie portman radiates such a terrifying energy i can’t describe it….. it’s not exactly evil but it’s not warm either…. i feel like she could unhinge her jaw and drag me into the ocean like a kraken but she wouldn’t bc it’s undignified 

Wanna know why?

“Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman told the crowd at Saturday’s Women’s March in downtown Los Angeles that she experienced what she calls “sexual terrorism” as a 13-year-old after the release of the film The Professional.

Portman described her pride and excitement in releasing the film, only to encounter sexually explicit messages both directed toward her and made about her.

”I excitedly opened my first fan mail to read a rape fantasy that a man had written me,” she recalled. “A countdown was started on my local radio show to my 18th birthday, euphemistically the date that I would be legal to sleep with. Movie reviewers talked about my budding breasts in reviews.”

The experience, she said, changed the way she expressed herself publicly, in order to limit the ways she could be objectified by others.

”I understood very quickly, even as a 13-year-old, that if I were to express myself sexually, I would feel unsafe,” she said. “And that men would feel entitled to discuss and objectify my body to my great discomfort. So I quickly adjusted my behavior. I rejected any role that even had a kissing scene and talked about that choice deliberately in interviews. I emphasized how bookish I was and how serious I was. And I cultivated an elegant way of dressing. I built a reputation for basically being prudish, conservative, nerdy, serious, in an attempt to feel that my body was safe and that my voice would be listened to.”


Video of the speech here: https://www.vox.com/2018/1/21/16917130/natalie-portman-womens-march

deepnest:

horny-gopher:

i dont care about anything youre about to say if you start your paragraph with these two words

freud said its my turn to play the xbox

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blameaspartame:

BepisCoin

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i dont remember the joke exactly but there WAS a The Price Is Right joke in our D&D campaign tonight so here’s @skarchomp‘s Thana being. excited about that

[underwater The Price Is Right theme plays]

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antifasuzukishou:

hi everyone can i just say

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puropoly:

I’ll stop with the office references when I die

yelnatszeroni:

gretagaywig:

notjustanotherjanedoe:

elphabaforpresidentofgallifrey:

EVERYBODY GET ON HIGH ALERT THERE’S LESBIAN TWI’LEKS IN THE HAN SOLO MOVIE

basically, disney is not giving ANY fucks right now

please raise the bar

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genowhirl910:

Did you all know Master Hand has a T-Pose?

z-nogyrop:

z-nogyrop:

imagine we make contact with an alien species that’s like, vastly technologically superior, they could fucking kill us in a single shot if they really wanted to

and this species has never eaten salad before. and we show them salad and they eat it and they’re like holy living fuck this is tasty. and suddenly they’re offering us huge houses with all kind of advanced technological shit and incredible medical care and all the amenities and everything, with the only condition that we keep making salad for them.

and like, salad isn’t even hard to make. grab some plants, dump em in a bowl. it doesn’t have to be fancy salad, they’ll fall all over themselves for the most mediocre salad in the world. we can make so much salad that we’re practically drowning in it, even if we eat some of the salad ourselves. and in exchange we’re protected from danger, we have great living conditions, it’s basically paradise compared to life on earth

imagine

now realize that this is what bees have done to us

You cannot just give Ryu from Street Fighter a gun
@doktorpeace

February 07 2018

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pmd-places:

Treecko ~ Energetic Forest

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These Are Not Your Negroes

miss-pamela:

thecheshirecass:

thecheshirecass:

Dear White People,

I know that you are excited about Black Panther. I know that all the memes that Black Tumblr and Black Twitter are creating are hilarious and wonderful, as is all media we create. After all, it’s already the best Marvel movie ever made, with the most beautiful cast, and the most perfect costumes and special effects.

That being said though… please think long and hard about how you talk about characters in this movie. T’challa is not your bae. Killmonger is not your precious son. Shuri is not your wife. Absolutely none of the characters are your children or your smol anything. Most specifically? The characters AREN’T YOURS.

The language of anti-black racism is often couched in terms of infantilization and ownership. I don’t give a shit if you’re just putting it in tags, be careful how you interact textually and mentally with black characters.

Black Panther is a movie for black people. Sure, a lot of people are going to see it, but this movie is, for many a black nerd, a lifelong dream. It’s ours, and while you get to share it, you don’t get to fucking claim it. 

The MCU fandom already turns black characters into mammys and servants and sidekicks for their white favs, and it’s bullshit. You turn black pain into plot points for your white favs. Basically you have a long history of treating black characters like shit, and I’m here to tell you to cut that shit out.

Your white favs do not belong in Wakanda. They don’t belong there in meta, in head canons, in fic. The only reason Buckwheat Barnes gets to be there is because he’s currently being used as a decorative ice sculpture for state dinners. You have literally the rest of the entire fucking MCU, go play in that sandbox and leave Wakanda alone. 

Love,

Me, and Black Fans Everywhere Who Are Tired of Your Shit

P.S. I know y’all won’t listen and a bunch of you are gonna get your panties in a twist over this, but let this serve as a letter of notice that I will come for you if I see even a HINT of White Nonsense™ on posts about Black Panther and it’s cast.

I am reblogging this from @athynaoswald because her notes were flawless and I want to share. White people, this is what “getting it” looks like.


#a lot of the responses seem to be taking this as discouraging white people from seeing or enjoying black panther #but like as a white person reading ops post this says to me go see and enjoy this movie and be respectful of the characters 

#the thing about infantalizing especially cause like yeah that’s a way a lot of people including me interact with characters in general #calling them smol or precious but like from what I have read that has a whole different context when it comes to black characters #because of racism and historical contexts like op said 

#and then also just ya know not using wakanda as a playground for white people seems pretty simple to me #like ah yes let’s put all my white characters into wakanda seems too close to colonization 

#tldr op isn’t saying don’t see the movie they’re saying be responsible with how you engage with fiction

You, my friend, get it, and are invited to come to the opening night showing of Black Panther.

Since everyone is so excited about the Black Panther premiere (hooooooooly shit everyone looks amazing) I figured I’d resurrect this post. Give your love to the movie, give your dollars to the movie, give your love to the cast, think twice before you post anything out loud on the internet and/or wear Black Panther merch. It’s not ours and that’s okay!

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