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the basic appeal of warrior cats is like you’re 10 and you pick up a book with a cat on it and you love cats and whoa the book is from the point of view of a cat that’s so cool where’s that cat going what cool kitties who’s this yo what the fuck 

“If you really believe that representation doesn’t matter, then why the fuck are you threatened by it? If not seeing yourself depicted in stories has no negative psychological impact - if the breakdown of who we see on screen has no bearing on wider social issues - then what would it matter if nine stories out of ten were suddenly all about queer brown women? No big, right? It wouldn’t change anything important; just a few superficial details. Because YOU can identify with ANYONE.

So I guess the problem is that you just don’t want to. Because deep down, you think it’ll make stories worse. And why is that? Oh, yeah: because it means they wouldn’t all be about YOU.”

By fozmeadows (via kawaii-afro-fluff)

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okay hear me out aromantic natasha who as a ~thing~ with clint and every time somebody asks them to define their relationship natasha raises an eyebrow while clint makes vaguely exasperated hand gestures

#all i can think of is clint waving around a coffee pot and making noncommittal noises then flapping his hands near his chest then shrugging and chugging the coffee pot #and natasha’s like ‘yeah that exactly’

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#ah.  #you know  #the final duel between haytham and connor was less about assassins vs templars and more about father vs son  #i can’t get over connor’s expression in these shots  #it’s not anger  #it’s hurt and regret  #he wanted SO HARD to believe that haytham was willing to listen to him because jesus christ  #connor just killed his best friend not too long ago for the same reason: because he didn’t believe in connor  #connor doesn’t want to admit that there are more grey areas in the world than haytham points out  #because if he accepts that  #if he accepts that his mission is — essentially — fruitless  #then he’s lost his entire purpose in life pretty much  #he’s basically pleading silently with haytham to just LISTEN TO HIM  #AND BELIEVE IN HIM  #because he has nothing else except the singleminded drive to kill charles  #and what does haytham do?  #haytham tries to kill him instead #because haytham’s given up  #whereas connor stands his ground  #the fundamental difference between these two men is that connor is willing to put love and companionship above his own motivations  #and haytham is not  #and that’s why their partnership could never work out because haytham did not compromise any more  #but maybe a small part of haytham’s heart still existed at the moment of his death  #because when connor finally stabbed him  #he looked… betrayed… like he wasn’t expecting that to happen  #LIKE THEY DIDN’T JUST SPEND HALF AN HOUR FIGHTING EACH OTHER. HE DIDN’T LOOK LIKE HE EXPECTED CONNOR TO DO IT [x]

What’s this? A fandom analysis of Connor and Haytham’s relationship/final fight that i actually agree with and enjoy? I’m shocked! (and sobbing. mostly sobbing)