hitchhikersguidetothepatriarchy:

If you’ve read Life of Pi this is way creepier

hitchhikersguidetothepatriarchy:

If you’ve read Life of Pi this is way creepier

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Asker Anonymous Asks:
Eren Jaeger + book preferences
opalescentegg opalescentegg Said:

I imagine he’d really enjoy comic books (okay, they’re not technically “books,” but I’m including it under the broader category of “reading preferences), what with the emphasis on the morality and good triumphing over evil, etc., etc,; just seems like he’d be into that kind of thing.  For the same reasons, I think he’d also enjoy Westerns, as well as epic novels/stories (provided things don’t get too “politicky” —- maybe something like Tolkien?)

omgthatdress:

Dress

Charles Fredrick Worth, 1885

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

royalbk:

thrust2thewall:

the-goddamazon:

glovesinthesummertime:

Not only did this movie challenge the constant oppression of women, it was one of the only movies to depict Africa so well. Rich, well spoken African royalty, tell me the last time they did something like this. 

I love this movie. 

Never have they decided to depict Africans in a positive and dignified light since this movie. To be honest, every movie involving Africa since then has been white savior or “Africans are the evil despots of their own nations” plots.

What movie is this?

I remember this awesome movie! I always make time to watch it when it comes on TV, Eddie Murphy was just plain awesome! <3

asutori:

I don’t think his allergies were the only issue Carlos had with Khoshekh