take your time.
you are coming
— the becoming | wing, nayyirah waheed (via sarahendipityy)
What if I told you that Disney Animation just released a movie with not one, but two lead female characters who star in that movie as sisters who love and care about each other and are not “saved” by any men? And that it was a Disney Princess movie? Well, hold onto those Mickey ears, because Frozen is that movie. Despite Disney’s awful advertising that leads you to believe that Olaf, the lovable but pretty sidelined snowman, is the center of this movie, the focus is unfailingly on the relationship between Anna and Elsa throughout the actual movie.
By far my favorite aspect of Frozen was the complete reversal and subversion of the Disney Princess conventions. The two sisters are close as can be as children (I need to say before I go on that whenever Disney shows kid-versions of their characters I kind of can’t handle the cute), until Elsa, with her powers to create and control snow and ice and wintery things, accidentally harms Anna. To cure her, Anna’s memories of her sister’s powers are taken away and Elsa and her parents decide that a solitary life is what Elsa needs to lead in order to keep her powers a secret.
My Printer Has An Angry Birds App & I Am No Longer Afraid To Die
12 inch boys spiderman
everybodys dad has a weird obsession with something
(DISCLAIMER: This was written in response to the question(s): “What do you believe literature should do? What would your literary magazine look like if you made one?” These are my beliefs. I know many of you will not agree or see things the way I do, and I think that is okay. There’s room for all of us. I appreciate your cooperation in this matter.)
I don’t believe in God, but I still capitalize the name out of respect for those who do.
Jason is a really fantastic writer who just so happened to sum up the way I feel about literature in a really fantastic way.
"Because I have feet fetish"
ARE YOU JOKING ME
It’s okay I respond to wannabe and all other variations of Watanabe
can we talk about this though
i like how in the section above there is an important discussion about the perception of race going on and then me: because i made her very sad