i really agree with these i’m sorry
u dont get it hez played by tom himblestone how culd u hate him!!!!!
fo real though..
I don’t get it
Eeeeee-yup. I’ve been fan-girling all over Loki/Hiddleston lately, but it’s mostly for Hiddleston and his acting awesomeness. And plus he just seems like a great person to hang out with. Loki is an amazing villain and I love him and I want everything to be alright for him, but…
yeah he killed 80 people in 2 days. :|
Am I the only one who wants him to have an epic redemption arc though?
SLANG IS BEING ADDED TO DICTIONARIES?!
What the fuck.
What the actual fuck.
This is completely unacceptable.
Slang has been in dictionaries for quite some time now, actually. This isn’t some new disaster. People are using new words and the people writing the dictionaries are adding these words that are appearing as our language evolves. It’s nothing to freak out about. All of them are marked “informal” or “slang,” anyway.
Seconding what lilytooth said. A lot of slang is in the dictionaries, I’ve found it myself, and it is indeed marked slang or informal. A lot of words we consider normal, like “Hi”, are marked informal as well.
Also, just wanna point out that the picture pisses me off. Most people actually don’t talk that way. And I’m a teenager. I ought to know. If someone uses chatspeak a lot, anywhere on the internet (even facebook!) they will be called out by at least one person.
But hey, if you wanna freak out about the downfall of society rather than either do something about it or getting your facts straight or both, do it.
The Big Sexy Problem with Superheroines and Their ‘Liberated Sexuality’
Yesterday, two new comic books from the “New 52” relaunch of DC Comics provoked some online controversy: Catwoman and Red Hood and the Outlaws. They were controversial in particular because of the way they depicted women, notably with the aggressively fanfictiony on-panel sex between Batman and Catwoman, and Starfire’s transformation into a promiscuous tabula rasa who can’t even remember the names of the men she sleeps with, and seeks out emotionless sex with both of the two male main characters while they essentially high five about it.
Since pointing out my issues with Starfire yesterday, I have received numerous e-mails — from men — accusing me of slut-shaming. Since there are a lot of people who don’t understand the sexual dynamics that are in play here both creatively and culturally, I’d like to dissect this a little bit and explain why these scenes don’t support sexually liberated women; they undermine them, and why after nearly 20 years of reading superhero books, these may finally have been the comics that broke me.
Read More: http://www.comicsalliance.com/2011/09/22/starfire-catwoman-sex-superheroine/#ixzz1YigM2xBs
“They read like men’s voices coming out of women’s faces.”
This sentence completely summarizes my problem with most of the sexualized women in comics. I always make a distinction between sexy and sexualized women. Sexy women speak for themselves with their own voices. Sexualized women are ventriloquist dummies.