“If You Know Someone Who Doesn’t Believe Sexism Exists, Show Them This”
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things i want to see more of in fiction (a partial list):
- female bisexuals
- male bisexuals
- cis bisexuals
- trans* bisexuals
- non-binary bisexuals
- monogamous bisexuals
- polyamorous bisexuals
- bisexuals who are promiscuous
- bisexuals who have never had sex
- biromantic asexuals
- single bisexuals
- bisexuals in a relationship
- bisexuals who are sure of themselves
- bisexuals who are confused about themselves
- bisexuals of color
- rich bisexuals
- poor bisexuals
- young bisexuals
- old bisexuals
- bisexuals (ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:・ﾟ✧*:・ﾟ✧*:・ﾟ✧
Stop sexualizing my body stop shaming my body stop policing my body
Gender and Performance in Cartoons (You Might Be Interested In)
SheZow on The Hub
Following from Wikipedia:
Shezow is an Australian-Canadian animated television series created by Obie Scott Wade, which began airing on Network Ten on 15 December 2012, and will run for 26 episodes. Aimed at kids 6-11 years-old, the series is produced by Moody Street Kids and Kickstart Productions. It is distributed by DHX Media, funded in part by Film Victoria and was designed by Australian artist Kyla May.
The series’ protagonist, a 12 year old boy named Guy Hamdon, discovers the superheroine Shezow’s power ring and puts it on. While the power ring does grant him super powers, it was only meant to be worn by a woman. Guy takes on the appearance of a female super hero and with the help of his sister, Kelly, and best friend, Maz, he protects the city of Megadale from supervillains and criminals.
In the United States, it will be added to the lineup of The Hub on June 1, 2013
Moderator Note: SheZow is blowing up on news feeds across the country. Check out some of the stories below.
Sharon Johnstone - Macro (2012)
- Easy and very effective
- Requires nothing but your body
- Includes attack
Very useful to know, pass and share please.
Hopefully nobody will ever have to use any of this, but honestly, I can’t stress enough how important self defense is.
I hope none of you ever need to use this, but please give it a watch regardless.
TRIGGER WARNING: This video contains a handful of graphic scenes involving violence against women. Parents should preview the video first before sharing with young children.
This is the second in a series of three videos exploring the Damsel in Distress trope in video games. In this installment we look at “dark and edgy” side of the trope in more modern games and how the plot device is often used in conjunction with graphic depictions of violence against women. Over the past decade we’ve seen developers try to spice up the old Damsel in Distress cliche by combining it with other tropes involving victimized women including the disposable woman, the mercy killing and the woman in the refrigerator.
Watch Damsel in Distress Part 1: HERE
Forms in Nature by Hilden Diaz is a light sculpture that casts shadows resembling tree branches on the surrounding walls.