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Anonymous said: thoughts: dumblr would rather talk about a girl not being on a children's t-shirt than the 1400 girl sex slaving ring operating in Rotherham for 16 years because they only care about petty nerd shit

I’m in no way trying to argue that the treatment of fictional female characters is in any manner equivalent to the unambiguous institution of sexual slavery in real life.

But using the justification of “There are worse problems in the world!” as a blanket dismissal to discourage any type of discussion at all of representation of women in the media, or the role of the female action hero, or the exclusion of the sole female action hero of the entire franchise from marketing campaigns?

I think that’s kind of a cop out.

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The thing is that it can work for either of them.

The thing is that it can work for either of them.

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Seriously, AO3?
Why are they even called “Pseuds” if they’re just going to be publicly linked?

Seriously, AO3?

Why are they even called “Pseuds” if they’re just going to be publicly linked?

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Porthos and Aramis’s thoughts on D’Artagnan.

Porthos and Aramis’s thoughts on D’Artagnan.

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I am so glad that church and state are separate in the US. So very, very glad.

I am so glad that church and state are separate in the US. So very, very glad.

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I, for one, am extremely concerned about the rising social issue of librarian gangs.

I, for one, am extremely concerned about the rising social issue of librarian gangs.

(Source: cheezburger.com)

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Not sure if this is old news or not, but I’m interested in hearing thoughts about this.

(Source: cheezburger.com)

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Every. Group. Project. Ever.

Every. Group. Project. Ever.

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Summary of that scene.

Summary of that scene.

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Dreams gone to die.