Every time I watch Star Trek and I hear someone yell “Captain on the bridge!” I imagine this really cute scenario where everyone has a competition to see who can say “Captain on the bridge!” first so everyone screams it as soon as they see him so it’s all jumbled and loud and Kirk laughs so hard he has to leave I just think that would be adorable
If you say “faggot” and I call you out on it I don’t wanna hear none of that “I won’t say it around you” bullshit, you don’t say it ever. God knows how many gay people have heard you say that on the streets or how many closeted friends you’ve helped stay in the closet
Some examples of how “men’s rights activists” are threatening and intimidating feminists. There is absolutely no justification for this kind of behavior, and I urge all anti-feminist men (and anti-feminist others) to at the very least not stoop to the level of threatening atrocities or publishing someone’s personal information. I may not agree with your points of contention when it comes to the feminist movement, but that will never cause me to harm you or your family. AVFM and similar MRA groups need to be stopped, for the safety of society as a whole.
From “A Good Men’s Rights Movement is Hard to Find” by Jaclyn Friedman
trickyarchangel said: Clint and Natasha are the most acrobatic of the team, so they set a bet on who can whip Steve and Tony's flexibility up faster. Clint wins when everyone watches Steve perform a pole-dance that has Pepper struggling against Tony with his checkbook. Natasha spends the whole time video-taping it.
someone needs to art pole-dancing steve asap
Anonymous said: it's odd that the first film to be written by a woman is the most sexist. did they just not allow her to do what she wants or does she have some serious internal misogyny because she's one of the guys? makes ya think.
after james gunn was brought on to the script, she was removed from the project and had no further involvement. gunn made several rewrites to the script, and then worked off of that for the direction of his film. this was the first marvel movie with a woman on the writing credits, yeah, but her name and involvement were definitely secondary to gunn’s. considering gunn has come under fire for extremely sexist humor before, I have no problem laying the blame for the sexist tone of the film on him.
i’m blaming some of it on joss whedon because:
Joss Whedon had some involvement in the writing process for Guardians – James Gunn worked with him to mold the script. Everyone loved Gunn’s original script… except for Joss Whedon, who said he liked it but that it was too conventional and “it needed more James Gunn.” So Gunn took another pass and really went for it. (x)