thestraggletag:

egobus:

I want a movie about greek gods where hades isn’t the antagonist

By all accounts the antagonist in every Greek Gods movie should be Zeus’s dick. Nothing else causes as much murder and mayhem.

wilderness-lair-shatterdome:

current status: not being kissed or riding a dragon this is unacceptable

tagged → #yes

thenotoriousscuttlecliff:

It is frustrating how Clara Oswald, the companion with the most independence from the Doctor (full time job, own flat, only travels one day a week, etc), is the one people insist is most dependent on the Doctor and has her whole life revolve around him. 

jennarcoleman:

The Doctor needs Clara.
micdotcom:

‘Outlander’ is being called the feminist’s ‘Game of Thrones’ — and this scene on rape culture proves it 

If you’re not watching Outlander, you might want to start. The Starz drama revolves around a British World War II combat nurse who accidentally travels back in time to 1743 after touching a magic rock (it’s much better than it sounds) and finds herself in the midst of a Scottish struggle for independence. 
With its wonderfully nuanced heroine and female-friendly sex scenes (Jezebel rightly called it the “historical smut of [our] dreams”), the show is being hailed as the feminist’s Game of Thrones. And it more than lived up to its reputation with its latest episode, when leading lady Claire (Caitriona Balfe) schooled a gruff 18th-century Scotsman about rape culture.
Immensely satisfying, explicitly feminist scene

micdotcom:

‘Outlander’ is being called the feminist’s ‘Game of Thrones’ — and this scene on rape culture proves it 

If you’re not watching Outlander, you might want to start. The Starz drama revolves around a British World War II combat nurse who accidentally travels back in time to 1743 after touching a magic rock (it’s much better than it sounds) and finds herself in the midst of a Scottish struggle for independence. 

With its wonderfully nuanced heroine and female-friendly sex scenes (Jezebel rightly called it the “historical smut of [our] dreams”), the show is being hailed as the feminist’s Game of Thrones. And it more than lived up to its reputation with its latest episode, when leading lady Claire (Caitriona Balfe) schooled a gruff 18th-century Scotsman about rape culture.

Immensely satisfying, explicitly feminist scene

Jenna Coleman attends ‘Doctor Who’ World Tour fan event at Teatro Metropolitan on August 17, 2014 in Mexico City, Mexico.

Anonymous asked: Is Alberta the Canadian Texas?

factsofcanada:

Yes, this is fact

burdge:

i was watching Pride and Prejudice and got distracted by background characters oops

burdge:

i was watching Pride and Prejudice and got distracted by background characters oops

gallifriesandfezup:

matt you klutz, that smile makes me melt

gallifriesandfezup:

matt you klutz, that smile makes me melt