This is an important moment in history.
this was designed for very young children and i am not a young child i am a 260 pound man
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The usual argument here is that authors are allowed to create whatever characters and worlds they wish, and that they shouldn’t be forced to be “politically correct” about their imaginations. In theory, I agree. But when we exist a world where racial disparities often dictate things like access to wealth, proper healthcare, proper education and fair treatment under the law, it’s disingenuous to pretend that continuing to marginalize people of color in fictional venues is anything less than equally egregious. The fact that so many authors think that it’s not a problem to completely omit the very existence of millions of people and cultures entirely when constructing a narrative, is a product of white supremacy and the attitudes and thinking that come with it.
"Badass Versions of Beloved Characters"
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what a nice day today
This is terrifying.
cant wait until uwu tumblr culture spills out into mainstream media’s market research and katy perry does a song about passive-aggressive pastel animals that hate everyone, being gay trash, and how plant girls do it better
Fuck You - Lily Allen is a great example of passive aggressive Tumblr culture