Easily the most horrifying line of dialogue I’ve ever heard in an animated movie.
i. love. this. movie.
Hold the fuck up. Prince of Egypt is on my dash again. I will literally never not reblog it. This is my favourite film, ever, it made my childhood, it’s quality as all get-out, and it’s a family tradition for us to watch it every year (usually on the second day of Pesach). It’s mindboggling. This is one of the most successful examples in fiction history of taking a concept like that and making it humanised, without completely demonising the enemy figures. And fuck me the character struggles were brilliant. Like glowing kind of brilliant. Like morning-and-evening-star kind of brilliant. When was the last time you saw a film nearly as effective? Let alone a religious one, an animated one, a ‘kids’ one.
((Best. Movie. Ever.))
People often want to call me a lesbian, which is accurate if you’re looking at me as simply a female because yes, I do tend to gravitate toward other females. But the thing is that I don’t view myself as only female, and I don’t view myself as only male either. I feel like I’m a mix. It doesn’t exactly feel accurate to call someone who feels that way a lesbian because of that male side of me. I don’t think gender is so black-and-white. I think there are all these shades of gray that people want to overlook. That’s not how the world works.
When I worked at a fast food restaurant, I did a social experiment.
One day, I asked “do you want a girl toy or a boy toy?” No one went against gender roles.
The next day, it was “do you want a doll toy or a car toy?” Boys got dolls. Girls got cars.
Vocabulary is important.
man can we collectively join together to change the name of “watersports” to something a little less misleading
i remember the first time i saw that in the description of a fic
i was like “so what, do the characters go to a waterpark or something? kinda weird that the author felt the need to specifically point that out”
the characters did not go to a waterpark.