I love how the Addams Family has ZERO slut-shaming. Like… honey you can dance naked and enslave someone with your womanly charms if you want to, I don’t fucking care, but so help me you’re going to get a college education first.
The Addamses are what every family should aspire to be like (you know; without the dismemberment and electric chairs as play time). Honestly, have you ever seen more unconditionally loving and supportive parents than Gomez and Morticia? And not just with the kids, but with each other. I think what’s especially unique about them is how open they are with everything. They don’t treat their children like children. They treat them like they treat everyone else; direct, and to the point.
I HAVE to reblog this…
It’s creepy how many good examples of parenting and romantic relationships there is in these characters, especially considering they are supposed to be the antithesis of the stereotypical American nuclear family.
Earlier today I posted about the promo card left developed to promote the Austin based Capital Comic Con. Here’s another look at the card.
I reached out to the contact on their web site, Aaron Luevano who told me by email that he was aware of the card and approved it telling me”I asked before it was designed, many approved.”
A reader also posted about the promo card on the Facebook page for the convention and she sent me the response she got:
"I have to wonder if you’ve even been to a comic con."
So that’s it. They did it. They admit it. They think it’s funny. And when a woman calls them out on it they snidely dismiss it.
Once again that’s the Capital Comic Con of Austin, Texas.
Totally not understanding International Women’s Day or feminism, or anything, I assume. Kudos. Good job. Wow.
In honor of #InternationalWomensDay, Native Woman Role Model roll call! This is obviously not an exhaustive list, but here are some of the Native women that I look up to (left to right, top to bottom): Tillie Black Bear, Buffalo Calf Road Woman, Rigoberta Menchu, Lozen, Henrietta Mann, Minnie Hollow Wood, Winona LaDuke, Toypurina, & Mochi. If you don’t know who these women are, look em up!
I DIDN’T REALIZE THERE WAS A MAJESTY 2 UNTIL TODAY. I JUST BOUGHT IT AND THAT IS GOING TO BE MY ENTIRE DAY. BYE.
|White people:||Remember 911|
|White people:||Remember the Holocaust|
|White people:||Remember The Alamo|
|White people:||Remember the American Revolution|
|White people:||Remember Pearl Harbor|
|White people:||Slavery? Come on are you still stuck on that? It's time to move on that was yearsssssss ago no one cares anymore|
Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about Sailor Moon’s influence on kids, primarily little girls, and how it reminded us all that no matter what anyone says, we can still be just as strong as anyone else. We can fight for justice using glitter, ribbons, and the power of friendship, we can wear pink skirts, we can fall in love with other girls, and none of that makes us inferior or weak.
As for the image, I decided on the words near the end of the process, so maybe they don’t fit in quite as well as I would like, and there are some flaws I would like to come back to fix sometime, but…!!
Boy have I ever wanted to do some Sailor Moon fanart lately. I might just have to do it now. *_*