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snadals:

People treating Wanda like an unstable child who has to have Pietro ~care for her~ at all times

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Scary thought…

qemfd:

Nicholas Brendon, who played Xander in Buffy, is now as old as Anthony Head was when the show first started.

Discuss.

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buckybisexualbarnes:

Anthony Mackie & Sebastian Stan ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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Science fact: The universe is infinite because it has to make room for your mother.

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If you could be a root vegetable, which one would you be and why? (x)

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nationalpost:

Poor father sells all his land so 13-year-old daughter can enroll in microbiology master’s program in India

In a country where many girls are still discouraged from going to school, Sushma Verma is having anything but a typical childhood.

The 13-year-old girl from a poor family in north India has enrolled in a master’s degree in microbiology, after her father sold his land to pay for some of his daughter’s tuition in the hope of catapulting her into India’s growing middle class.

Verma finished high school at 7 and earned an undergraduate degree at age 13 — milestones she said were possible only with the sacrifices and encouragement of her uneducated and impoverished parents.

“They allowed me to do what I wanted to do,” Verma said in an interview, speaking her native language of Hindi. “I hope that other parents don’t impose their choices on their children.” (AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh)

It’s my hope that in the future, women of color will be able to forge careers in STEM without the necessity of sacrifices or financial hardship. Sushma Verma’s accomplishments can hopefully light our way forward.

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He’s not the kind you save. He’s the kind you stop.

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whoistorule:

okay so let’s talk about jaime and cersei (and by extension, jaime and brienne) in tonight’s episode. jaime goes to see bronn who advocates for tyrion’s innocence, sees tyrion, feels vindicated in tyrion’s innocence, and then goes to tell cersei (who just lost her firstborn, her pride and joy, no matter how fucked up he was it’s always painful for a mother to lose a child) that she needs to let tyrion go.

the show does this entirely from jaime’s point of view. it doesn’t give us a window into cersei’s emotions at all, nor has it since the death of her son. all we’ve seen her do is condemn a man we know (as the impartial viewers) to be innocent. we don’t get to see how she’s affected by the fact that her brother, who in her eyes killed her mother, who threatened her son in the past, who stole her daughter from her, who promised to ruin her, handed her eldest son a glass of poisoned wine, and then dumped out the evidence.

we don’t get to see cersei grieve the loss of her son and desperately cling to the brother she hasn’t seen in months. we don’t get to see how she’s been standing tall but on the inside slowly being torn apart from being so far from her lover, the one person who’s ever allowed her to be his equal, the only person she trusts, her mirror, her twin. we don’t get to hear her whisper ‘yes, now, do it now, you’re here, you’re home.’

instead we see her screaming like a madwoman and raped on the sept floor and called consent because she, what, i’m sorry, wrapped her legs around jaime? we get to see her angry and cruel and bitter, but the show never lets us know why. it never gives us her perspective.

and then what. then we get tyrion’s impassioned defense of sansa and jaime’s subsequent repeating of tyrion’s words, and we know as the audience that she has nothing to do with it. so the only reason to have cersei beg jaime to go after her and cut off her head is to villainize cersei.

in the books jaime’s given a two handed valyrian steel sword that he literally cannot use so he names it oathkeeper ironically (because he’s the man in westeros most known for breaking his sworn oaths) and gives it to brienne because he thinks it would be funny to actually keep an oath for once, especially one he made to a dead woman.

in the show he sends brienne on a noble mission to save an innocent girl from his cruel and unforgiving sister that he raped and he lets her name the sword oathkeeper to honor that choice.

cersei’s choices from the books are taken away or changed so she can be victimized and dehumanized and jaime’s are changed to make him valorous and aggressive.

tell me in what universe is that fair?

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P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney.
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List of favorite films: The Perks of Being a Wallflower (2012)

There are people who forget what it’s like to be sixteen when they turn seventeen, and know these will all be stories someday, and our pictures will become old photographs, and we’ll all become somebody’s mom or dad, but right now these moments are not stories.

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