Also, hiiii, Linden Ashby. I saw you there, lurking in the background in Iron Man 3…
True story: the first time I saw IM3 I was so busy being surprise and delighted by Papa Stilinksi’s appearance, I had NO IDEA what happened in this scene. :D
Glad I’m not the only one!
(It actually took me days to get over. People would ask me “OH You went to the IM3 midnight premiere right? What did you think of it?” and I would be all “…. OMG LINDEN ASHBY WAS IN IT FOR LIKE 5 SEC HOW COOL IS THAT??”)
Shibboleth (For I.P.)
Who wants to see 30 seconds of trailer footage TODAY instead of waiting until Monday?
WHAT NO WHAT IS THIS NO NO I CAN’T HANDLE THIS OHGOD.
I’m wary of anything that smacks of “making feminism sexy.” Sex-positivity should be a part of feminism because sexuality is important—not because feminism needs spicing up. I really don’t want to imply any “be a feminist ally and you’ll get lots of kinky sex” deals here, or any “don’t worry, we’re not man-haters, we’re into stripteases and blowjobs!” cajoling. The challenge of integrating sex-positivity into feminism is communicating “women’s sexual desire matters” without giving any ammunition to “women are for sex.”
I can’t believe no one notices him.
I like to think that at some point, Steve is working for SHIELD and partnered with Natasha and whoever, and Natasha has to watch as Steve attempts to sneak through a crowded compound, which consists of only hunching slightly every now and then. And it works!
And Natasha just asks ‘hooooowwwwwww?’