don’t forget to tweet the official agents of shield twitter with a message about why victoria is important and the hashtag #savevictoriahand
being a lesbian in 616, if she survives she could be the first gay character in the mcu
even if you despise AOS it’s far bigger and more important than the show itself
"Aren’t the stars and stripes a little… Old-fashioned?"
"With everything that’s happening (…) People might need a little old-fashioned"
The evolution of Captain Rogers’ uniform.
(Captain America: The first avenger - Avengers: Age of Ultron)
ok i’m gonna play dragon age but which warden should i play???
i think carmo yes
Mark Ruffalo on social media is kind of exactly what I imagine Steve Rogers’ eventual social media presence would be like.
will my dash please join me in praying to the marvel gods that we get anthony mackie doing commentary on the winter solider dvd
[T]hey want so badly to be “hard” and “edgy” but most often the results are sour, false and cheap. DC Comics is in danger of becoming the literary equivalent of Axe Body Spray.
wow i just got the idea to pair Tiarnán with Shianni and now my heart is aflutter and I’m super excited heck yeah
i think my biggest problem with dividing love interests in games into straight/bi/gay, aside from excluding players from certain content unless they conform to constraints placed on them by the designers, is that you can’t properly quantify or explain how the decisions about which character is what are made.
ultimately it becomes problematic because the devs often don’t know how to answer that either, so it gets shrugged off and the old “they’re just not the type to be x” gets trotted out.
which, when you take a second to think about the incredible spectrum of LGBTQA people in the world, is so insanely reductive that it boggles the mind.
like, there is a big difference between the intentional design and writing that goes into a character, and a character who is “not the type to be x” via actual characterization, if that makes any sense.
basically it would just be nice to see fewer harmful stereotypes informing the story arcs of gay/bi characters, that’s all i’m saying.