She goes wherever the wind takes her.
Emphasis: You don’t get to decide what women are deserving of your respect. WE ALL ARE.
I think I’ll just reblog this whenever it appears on my dashalbi is amazing
"In 2003 the Free Speech Coalition went to the Ashcroft Supreme Court and basically said that the 1997 Child Pornography Protection Act was too broad. What did that act say? That act said that A) Nobody under eighteen could be in porn and B) Nobody who looked under eighteen.The Free Speech Coalition, the lobbying body of the porn industry, said that that [protection act] limited the free speech of the pornographers and they should be allowed to have women who look under eighteen. The Ashcroft Supreme Court agreed…”
The way they make the family dynamic work in this show is what makes it consistently superb to me. Yeah, it’s embracing misfits, and it’s portraying a family that is devoted to each other and obviously loves one another. But you get some of each of those in other cartoons (and sitcoms); Bob’s Burgers manages to marry those two things perfectly and apply it to the Belchers every week. […] But instead of making the characters into caricatures that grate on the audience and each other, they made them a working family that knows and loves each others’ uniqueness. (x)
"I think what we need is a colorblind society." Now folks, when you hear somebody say that you know you’re listening to a racist…
THIS WAS IN
NINETEEN FUCKING NINETY-TWO
Jane Elliot is the fucking truth
she goes “i know this maybe hard for you because white males are accustomed to telling people things not listening to people so let me break it down for you”
i have died and she has resurrected me
There was a time in the early 90’s where people were really talking about race and what it meant to be black.