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oh-my-lovely-body:

ericscissorhands:

"Some women are lost in the fire. Some women are built from it."

THIS

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An Edit a Day - Benedict Cumberbatch - [365/?]
An Edit a Day - Benedict Cumberbatch - [365/?]

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burdenedwithgloriousassbutt:

donutsornonuts:

We are gathered here today because SOMEBODY *glares at coffin* couldn’t stay alive.

sherlock giving a eulogy 

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dictkateor:

distraction:

merlin-the-last-dragon-lord:

christeeezay:

Where is my talent

ARE YOU KIDDING ME???

so can’t this guy draw himself 100 dollar bills

Stop that! No one’s allowed to be that awesome!

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Recent sketch that turned into a drawing. Experimented a bit with markers on it. Father and daughter 😁 To be continued? 😉 #art #sketches #doodles

Recent sketch that turned into a drawing. Experimented a bit with markers on it. Father and daughter 😁 To be continued? 😉 #art #sketches #doodles

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bonesandblack:

0liii:

i-hate-the-beach:

foxiemathews:

i-hate-the-beach:

wasted—kitten:

SAY IT AINT SO

I WILL NOT GO

TURN THE LIGHTS OFF

CARRY ME HOME

NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA

Omg yes

bonesandblack:

0liii:

i-hate-the-beach:

foxiemathews:

i-hate-the-beach:

wasted—kitten:

SAY IT AINT SO

I WILL NOT GO

TURN THE LIGHTS OFF

CARRY ME HOME

NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA


Omg yes

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Tweezers and…Hijacking?

zeusyallday:

so airplanes officially banned tweezers. honestly i think anyone that can hijack an airplane with a pair of tweezers deserves the airplane

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#summerselfie #selfiegame #norcal #poolside

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This week on weird GIFs I find…

This week on weird GIFs I find…

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"Masculinity in the MCU is coded like, well, like Nick Fury. Being a masculine guy means that you have the power to stop the bad guys, whether with a gun like Coulson or with your smarts like Tony or by way of gamma radiation like Bruce Banner. It’s rare in most any media to have a male character like Fitz, who’s unapologetic about his love for Simmons, his apparent fear of guns, his lack of field knowledge. A character like Fitz would normally be the butt of a joke, not the acclaimed hero, and yet S.H.I.E.L.D. goes out of its way to prove that the Wards of the world don’t always have to be the ideal when it comes to masculinity. With Ward and Fitz, S.H.I.E.L.D. asks us to consider what a weak man truly acts like, and concludes that physical strength and mental stoicism are not always the mark of a strong man. Strength is compassion, and compassion is badass."

Sexualized Saturdays: Ward, Fitz, and S.H.I.E.L.D.’s Ideal of Masculinity (source)

Fitz isn’t the only subversive take on masculinity in the MCU, either.  Think about it:  almost all the male heroes have some sort of vulnerability, some moment of “weakness”, that goes against the stereotype of what it is to be a tough, strong man, but it doesn’t mean they aren’t heroes.  Think about it:

- Tony Stark has a drinking problem and PTSD severe enough that it nearly wrecks his relationship with Pepper.

- Steve Rogers is chosen as Captain America for his compassion and intelligence. 

- Phil Coulson is a dweeby little bureaucrat in a tailored gray suit.

- Thor loves his brother so dearly that he pleads with him to come home even after Loki invades Earth.

- Bruce Banner despises the violence in his heart that allows him to become the Hulk, and becomes a freelance healer to compensate.

- Sam Wilson is a mental health counselor whose military service was in the pararescue corps, motto:  ”So others may live.”

- Nick Fury’s three chief lieutenants are two women (Natasha Romanoff, whom he treats almost as a daughter, and Maria Hill, whom he depends on to fake his death) and one man (Phil Coulson, whom he tasks with rebuilding SHIELD from the ground up).  

Almost all of these characters are seen crying or close to tears (especially Cap, who is on the verge of tears during the final combat in CA:TWS), all fight in ways that don’t have buckets of blood thrown at the screen, and all value and respect the women they love and fight beside.  The most notable exception is James Rhodes, an Air Force officer, but even he is shown taking care of Tony Stark, his best friend, more often than he’s shown firing a weapon.

I think this may be why the MCU is so popular among women: the men AREN’T the stereotypical strong, silent American hero.  They bleed, they cry, they let their guards down, and they treat their friends, regardless of gender, color, race, or religion, as equals.  This could not be more different from the blood-soaked ideals of masculinity that have dominated the screen over the last few decades (remember Rambo?), and it’s very, very good to see.

(via ellidfics)

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