youngndpruned

random-nexus:

johnlockandthedoctorsblog:

fuckyeahwomenprotesting2:

freedominwickedness:

In medieval culture, an event like a royal christening is not a private party; it’s the public social event of the year. To not invite any person of rank to such an event is a deadly insult.

Maleficent is certainly someone you wouldn’t want at a party, but she’s also someone powerful enough that only a fool would ever dare treat her with such blatant disrespect. The only way the King and Queen could possibly have gotten away with not inviting Maleficent was to not invite any of the fairies at all; inviting the other fairies and excluding her is explicitly taking sides in the conflict between the fairy factions.

Which means they made themselves her sworn enemies, and she responded by treating them as such from then on. If you actually get into analyzing the social dynamics of the scene, it’s very clear that Maleficent was willing to show mercy at first by giving the King and Queen a chance to apologize for their disrespect to her. She doesn’t curse Aurora until after she gives them that chance and they throw it back in her face with further disrespect.

And yeah, if the King and Queen had done the properly respectful thing and invited her, Maleficent would have given Aurora a scary awesome present. Moreover so would the other fairies, because at that point both sides would be using it as an opportunity to show off and one-up each other. What they gave her before Maleficent showed up was basically just trivial party favors by fairy standards.

How do you know so much about the social dynamics of medieval fairies

How don’t you

Do you really believe only humans use Tumblr?

naija-southern-belle

thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

feferi-captor:

get out your VCR’s it’s time to watch The Prince of Egypt. or you can watch it here.

please don’t watch exodus: gods and kings because it’s icky and racist. you deserve better. you deserve the prince of egypt.

It is safe to say that I will not be going to watch the weird gross whitewashing mess that is Exodous…

not-your-cute-little-asian-girl

Anonymous asked:

You're not being attacked. You're being questioned because clearly you're offending people but saying those kinds of things, and like it or not, white people are going to see this blog.

not-your-cute-little-asian-girl answered:

yes, thanks, we know how the internet works. but guess what? when a space is designed specifically for asian women to share stories and resist white supremacy, we actually don’t have to give a shit about the opinions of white people. fucking bye.

-janna

reblogging for solidarity.

chrono-mugen
There’s a form of mental torture called “gaslighting,” its name taken from a play in which a man convinces his wife that the gas lights in their home she sees brightening and dimming are, in fact, maintaining a steady glow. His ultimate goal is to drive his her into a mental institution and take all her money, and soon the woman ends up in an argument with herself about whether she’s losing her mind. American race relations have a similar narrative: An entire set of minorities confident that the everyday slights they’re seeing are real and hurtful, and an entire set of other people assuring them that they’re wrong.

Kanye West Knows You Think He Sounded Nuts on Kimmel (via interweber)

We read a lot in this consipiracy class I took about government mind control experiments. Tv enabled the first mass gaslighting experiments

(via m2migzz)

Ugh. The life of every Black person in America. Because these motherfuckers will literally tell you you are crazy.

paranoid.

too sensitive.

"think too much".

"read too much into things".

"that’s not what they meant"

"that’s not what i meant"

"everything isn’t about your skin color"

"it’s 2013 no one is racist anymore"

(via blackberryshawty)