“Real women have curves” was a marketing slogan thought up to sell people overpriced, ill-fitting pants. It does NOT promote body positivity – it only perpetuates body policing by turning the tables on people who don’t fit into yet another arbitrary ideal.
The job is to BUST THE FUCKING PARADIGM APART, not shift it a little bit toward the fat side. The job is to remind people, bodies are not public property and your opinion about an individual’s body is only an opinion, not a valid judgment of their worth as a human being. The JOB is to destroy systemic oppression of nonconforming, rebellious bodies no matter what those bodies look like.”—(via blck-grrl)
“The movie is preceded by a short film titled Cartoons of Disney Channel’s Past in theaters, which shows what characters from previous Disney Channel cartoons such as “Kim Possible”, “Lilo & Stitch”, and “American Dragon: Jake Long” have been doing since their shows’ cancellation.”
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I thought all of the Avengers represented in Joss Whedon’s The Avengers got their fair share of screen time. But lets face it, some got more screen time than others. Vulture went ahead and clocked the screen time of each character in the film just so we could know this useless bit of geek trivia.
Hawkeye: 12:44. Thor: 25:52. Bruce Banner: 28:03. Black Widow: 33:35. Iron Man: 37:01. Captain America: 37:42.