"We’re asking people through Facebook, Instagram, Twitter to share their most memorable childhood experience… photograph, what have you… with the hashtag #NotAnotherChild, so we can celebrate what childhood should be about, and how… how lucky we are to have those experiences, but also to think about the kids who, because of their abuse, don’t get to experience that sense of joy, love, and belonging." (x)

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arrowsinthevoid:

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D: Lady Sif

Makes me that much  s t r o n g e r
Makes me work a little bit  h a r d e r
It makes me that much  w i s e r
So thanks for making me a  f i g h t e r

Inspired by { vierawood's} wonderful graphics.

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#sif #queue

galalian:

Something in my Doujinshi Orzzzzzz

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#thor #sif #queue

ladylaufeyson1:

I picture this convo going something like…

Loki: “Go home Sif. This doesn’t concern you.”

Sif: “As they say on Midgard… kiss my ass, Loki.”

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#warfrost #queue

scenicroutes:

"nah we can’t have female leads or characters of colour or gay characters or else our show will bomb"

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chrisevanssource:

Outfitting a hero: Captain America’s USO costume.

Initially when Captain America becomes Captain America he’s not released to go off and fight right away, he’s used kind of as a propaganda tool. He’s in this very silly Captain America costume, you know… tights. Chris Evans.

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#captain america

You forget your life after awhile, the life you had before. 

Things you cherish and hold dear are like pearls on a string. Cut the knot, they scatter across the floor, rolling into dark corners, never to be found again. 

So you move on. And eventually you forget what the pearls even looked like. Or at least you try.

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#claire beauchamp #outlander

James Alexander Malcolm MacKenzie Fraser

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It’s worth noting here that the episode was directed by a woman, Anna Foerster, and written by another woman, Anne Kenney. This absolutely made a difference, as part of the reason the female gaze isn’t catered to is because directors and DPs are overwhelming male. What they don’t want to see usually doesn’t get shot.

But in “The Wedding,” both characters’ points of view, and both bodies, were equally important. The camera was interested in everything — in both characters’ mental and physical states, in every curve and every limb.

Scrupulous attention to detail and consistent, empathetic delicacy marked Foerster’s work. One of the most important moments in “The Wedding” occurred while both characters were clothed. After an extended period of keeping Jamie at bay in the middle of the episode, Claire reached out and stroked his arm. It was her way of saying she was ready — not just to have sex again, but to trust him.

The sex in the wedding episode told a story. Foerster, Kenney and Moore made sure the events created a very careful progression of, well, hotness: The first act was about getting it over with and about Jamie and Claire giving in to the physical attraction they’d long felt toward each other. The second time they had sex, it was with relief: They realized they liked and respected each other.

Before their third go-round, Claire asked Jamie to strip for her. He did. She walked around his body, appraising it, getting to know it, appreciating it. By that point, both Jamie and Claire were about as physically and emotionally intimate as they could be. Jamie enjoyed being seen; Claire’s appraisal reflected desire, curiosity and her general ease in the situation. Foerster’s choices leading up to and during the characters’ third sexual encounter made the closeness and warmth between these two people almost palpable.

I’ve watched a lot of TV, and I cannot recall any show that has done what this hour of TV did. Ever.

"

From ‘Outlander,’ The Wedding Episode, and TV’s Sexual Revolution on Huffpost TV

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed in the linked article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Emma, Jessi, or any other contributor at genretvforall.

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#outlander #important