below average height strong girl with a tall gentle girlfriend that giggles nervously when she is lifted into her girlfriend’s arms
If you feel like playing film critic misogyny bingo when America’s first round of Winter Soldier reviews are published this week, I recommend looking out for the phrases “leather-clad” and “ass-kicker.” These are an easy way to weed out any reviewers who weren’t paying attention to the movie, because neither phrase describes Black Widow’s actual role.
For one thing, Black Widow is not “leather-clad.” Not unless you’re talking about the casual leather jacket she wears in a handful of scenes, anyway. Her official uniform is no tighter than Captain America’s was in The Avengers, and is similar to S.H.I.E.L.D.’s artificial fabric jumpsuits. By comparison, the Winter Soldier’s signature look involves leather body armor, ’90s grunge hair, smudged eyeliner, and a black rubber mask.
Spider-Man’s spandex costume is probably more salacious, but I’m pretty sure he doesn’t wind up being described as an homme fatale by anyone with a Pulitzer.
Honestly, this kind of catsuit-focused review says more about the reviewer than the film itself. Apparently the mere concept of Scarlett Johansson in a tight outfit is so dazzlingly erotic that it bypasses some male reviewers’ conscious minds and causes them to ignore everything she says and does for the rest of the movie. The result is a series of reviews from highly respected film critics who, given the opportunity to describe each Avenger in a single sentence, replace Black Widow’s summary with the announcement, “I AM A HETEROSEXUAL MAN AND SCARLETT JOHANSSON’S BOOBS ARE AWESOME.”
This unrelenting focus on Scarlett Johansson’s appearance, coupled with the assumption that her only non-decorative role is that of an “ass-kicker,” indicates a fundamental inability to see Black Widow as the well-rounded character she actually is.
Gavia Baker-Whitelaw, “Every review of Black Widow in ‘Captain America’ is wrong”
WHY DO PEOPLE CALL IT FUCK, MARRY, KILL WHEN THEY COULD CALL IT BED, WED, BEHEAD
i think that’s called game of thrones
[puts head in hands] oh god she’s so attractive
No but really when you start geeking out about something your cuteness level goes up like 10000% like I dont care if its chemistry or pokemon when you get really excited about something and I can see you totally love it its really fuckin attractive ok ok
SCIENCE HAS BEEN WRONG BEFORE AND IT WILL BE WRONG AGAIN. IF YOU FAIL TO ACKNOWLEDGE THAT SCIENCE IS AN ONGOING PURSUIT OF UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD AROUND US BASED ON THE INFORMATION AVAILABLE AND NOT AN IMMUTABLE OBJECTIVE TRUTH, YOU MAY HAVE MISSED THE PURPOSE OF SCIENCE COMPLETELY.
i actually feed on intelligence
i love it when people know a lot about a lot of things
about music, films, religion, beliefs, history
i love listening to peoples opinions
i love big words
i want to suck in all these smart things like a sponge
The meaning of the colours is explained here by the creator of the pansexual flag. However, this is only a facade, a front so that the straight allies will have something to believe. The truth of our flag is much more sinister. Pink represents the blood of our enemies who would dare defy us- much like Dangan Ronpa, it is pink to avoid an R rating. Yellow represents bees- a swarm of bees that Pansexuals could unleash upon our enemies should they dare invalidate us. Finally, blue represents the sky- it is a reminder to our enemies that many of us have wings and are capable of flight, and that they should be warned.
IM FUCKING SCREAMING
IM IN FUCKING STITCHES
the only thing funnier than this video are the comments on it
By virtue of being on this battlefield, there is no return. People will die. Some will disfigured. In some cases, lasting friendships will be made. An as usual, no touching of the hair and face.
Game of Thrones Comic Book Cover - Created by Adam Withers
Adam set out to re-create the iconic cover of X-Men Vol. 1 #141 by John Byrne with a Westeros spin, and he succeeded magnificently. Who will be next on the list, we’ll have wait to find out….or ask someone who read the books.