I just found the best Facebook page
list of female reboot characters who aren’t A) mother of a main character or B) shown in their underwear at least once:
- ………….yeah I got nothin’
ANd a reminder that two of the four women in the Reboot aren’t even named within the script. So for those people who are casual fans have no idea that Winona is Winona or Amanda is Amanda.
Instead they are only known by their relationship to their sons and husbands.
Winona is George Kirk’s Sweetheart and Jim Kirk’s Mother
Amanda is Spock’s Mother, and his Father’s Whore.
Ain’t that swell?
#HOLY SHIT #that last comment #I have seen the movie multiple times and I didn’t even #I didn’t even notice that #I HAD TO GO THE TRANSCRIPT AND CTRL+F TO CHECK BECAUSE I ALMOST DIDN’T BELIEVE IT #they didn’t give AMANDA HER NAME #or Winona but they actually TOOK AMANDA’S NAME AWAY #and then KILLED HER #FUCK #FUCK THE WORLD #and they gave Uhura a first name but it was passed between male characters like an object #accidentally dropped by one and greedily picked up by the other #never given freely #EXCUSE ME I NEED TO GO PUNCH SOMETHING
I feel like there’s some really rageworthy meta potential here about how men’s names are important, but women’s names don’t matter at all (unless, as perceptively pointed out above, that name can be used by male characters to signify possession/etc).
#Think about this: we learn both Jim’s grandfathers’ names in that opening scene#neither of whom are present or ever in the movie at all#but not Jim’s mother’s name#even though she’s right there#in the scene#givin’ birth to the main character#And they couldn’t have had George tag on a ”Winona!” to any part of his dialogue?#like obviously the granfathers’ names were relevant for good reason - of course they were#but they could just have easily have mentioned Winona’s name too y’know? (via greenscrewdriver)
A queen is never late, everyone else is simply early.
Men who want to be feminists do not need to be given a space in feminism. They need to take the space they have in society & make it feminist.
Listening to Classicals~
Now Playing: Songs without Words Book 5 Number 3 “Funeral March” composed by Felix Mendelssohn
(pitched to different “gender”)
Sorry for low-tier quality, I just really wanted to hear what this would sound like.
Post reblogged from nothing but a hopeful little bit of hallucination- with 359,474 notes
do you ever walk to the beat of your music in public and you think you look really cool but you probably just look like a dumbass
cool it comes with a free refill
I hate when the thought “I want a baby” crosses my mind
I guess if you were to ask me to describe my sexuality, along with asexual, I would have to say, I think I may be biromantic.
Because hot dayum if women aren’t as attractive to me as men.
But I am figuring that if you have followed me for any length of time, you would have already guessed that
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