I can’t believe Jesus hatched from an Easter egg 2000 years ago
Anonymous asked: You're awesome for clearing that Gail/Holly gif up! Her face is perfect. That video was so bad, it looked like she was injured and had stitches and stuff. Gotta think of another reason that she would cut her hair now.
Let me tell you something, comments like this give me LIFE. Especially since it took me so much longer than I planned to get it where it looked how I wanted, and thinking no one was even going to care since there are like ten thousand versions of it already.
ANYWAY you’re very welcome! You know, I wasn’t sure if I was totally with the theory that it was hair all over the back of her shirt until I made the thing, cause it’s a lot clearer that it is hair and not just weird lighting or something, but yeah I’m curious now too about why they’d have her cut it.
A bit smoother version of the GailxHolly moment from the season 5 promo. (x)
reblog if your icon is the thing you transform into under the full moon
people on tumblr who call me by my name are my favorites
SHOUTOUT TO THAT ONE PERSON THAT HEARS YOU WHEN YOU’RE TALKING IN A GROUP AND SMILES OR REPLIES SO YOU DONT FEEL LIKE A TWAT
“Criticisms about representations of gender (or race and other diversity) are often countered in fandom by sociological or scientific analyses attempting to explain why the inequality happens according to the internal logic of the fictional world. As though there is any real reason that anything happens in a story except that someone chose to write it that way.
Fiction is not Darwinian: It contains no impartial process of evolution that dispassionately produces the events of a fictional universe. Fiction is miraculously, fundamentally Creationist. When we make worlds, we become gods. And gods are responsible for the things they create, particularly when they create them in their own image.”
Laura Hudson writes about the shotage of women characters in Star Wars fore Wired.com in her article "Leia is not enough: Star Wars and the woman problem in Hollywood."
"Science fiction in particular has always offered a vision of the world not myopically limited by the world as it exists, but liberated by the power of imagination. Perhaps more than any genre of storytelling, it has no excuse to exclude women for so-called practical reasons — especially when it has every reason to imagine a world where they are just as heroic, exceptional, and well-represented as men."
I’m really glad I watched Orphan Black last night because there’s a ton of untagged shit on my dash already.