Left is the new Wonder Woman. Being deemed still too skinny and frail.
Right is Kacy Catanzaro, the first female to advance to the finals of American Ninja. Considered strong and inspiring to female athletes.
Stop assuming someone is weak based off your closed minded ignorant ideals.
I hadn’t really considered this. Interesting point!
Claudia: And then one day, along comes this… man. This human. Who speaks a language she does not understand, it’s a language about caring, about trusting, about -
Ben: Love. Hm…
Claudia: It never works.
Ben: It’s never that easy.
Claudia: Never will be.
Ben: … But it is damn interesting.
If only she wouldn’t say this while biting her lips..KJAFLASHFADKJSD.
Fae and Dame love this little exchange. Because while on the one hand, their chemistry is off the charts, on the it other hand this is basically the actor form of “chicken”. They’re trying to out sexy each other to make the other one break. That lip bite? She’s about ten seconds away from corpsing.
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*loads drone and turret
yeah that sounds about right
I think the reason everyone likes Orange is the New Black so much is because we get to see everyone’s backstory and realize that even if they seem like a bad person, they’re still human and they have struggles and passions just like everyone else.
Except Vee. Fuck you Vee.
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Now until August 31, 2014, the editors will review unsolicited submissions from authors. Submissions must be completed manuscripts of original sci-fi and fantasy stories with mainstream appeal. Suggested word length is 17,500 words and above.
What an opportunity! Reblogging for my readers who write!
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