nah man life doesn’t get better when you educate yourself about feminism. life gets considerably harder. bc all of a sudden you pick up on all of these problematic things people you care about say and you start noticing every little way women are degraded and held down in society and you become hyperaware of how you speak and what you say and it’s really, really difficult and tiresome.
Possible meanings of “moving to digital”:
- airing online on a site such as Hulu, Netflix, or Amazon (probs Amazon, out of the three; afaik Viacom and Amazon have good standings with each other)
- airing online on Nick’s site
- Korra and co. now live in conjunction with digimon
Look, if we get to see Korra breaking through a mountain on Greymon’s back and Mako angrily leaving the group with Garurumon while Bolin gets saved by his guardian Angemon and Asami puts on a really nice hat, I would have absolutely no problems with Book Four.
lotr meme: ten scenes [5/10] → the lighting of the beacons
The difference between media: This is one of the coolest sequences in the films, and it was like one sentence or so in the book.
given the entire underlying metaphor of the film, this really hit me
when you’re depressed and people (especially loved ones) tell you to just be happy, they don’t understand that’s it’s not a switch in your head that you can just flick and be happy
we literally don’t know how to fix ourselves, we don’t know how to bring back summer
and being told to do it often makes the situation worse, as we see in the film
that’s what elsa’s going through and that’s why i identify with her so much, her powers are a beautifully told metaphor that’s so relatable
I love the depression parallels with Frozen. If it weren’t for those then I would like the movie a lot less than I do.
Well, I’d like Star Wars a lot less if it wasn’t set in space, so…