"To live a creative life. We must lose our fear of being wrong."
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My main obsession is over BBC Sherlock. My beloved OTP is Johnlock. So of course you are going to be seeing A LOT of SHERLOCK, any version of Sherlock Holmes, Sherlock, Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman, Tom Hiddleston, Lord of the Rings/ The Hobbit, Kingdom Hearts, and I have just freshly fallen in love with Cabin Pressure, and FARGO. I like alot of stuff not listed as well. I also reblog important things about current events, equal rights, etc.
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See, the thing is, as a short person who has to look up at just about everybody, I have never found my eyes straying down from a conversation partner’s face to linger at their throat, mouth, jawline or shoulders unless they were, you know, worth looking at for some reason.
So unless John finds Sherlock’s scarf or coat collar unspeakably compelling, it really does open up the question of why he looks at them so often.
I am not attempting to imply anything, but this is something that’s had question marks circling my head ever since the first episode.
- half of the world tells me to uncover myself to be more attractive for men’s eyes, - and the other half of the world tells me to cover myself to avoid prompting men’s desires and sexual aggressiveness, while the only thing I want is to uncover myself when I am hot and cover myself when I am cold.
I need feminism because there are no plans for a Wonder Woman/Black Widow movie, because ‘it wouldn’t do as well as Iron Man or Captain America’. The last female super hero movie was ‘Elektra’ in 2005 and it was labelled one of the worst superhero movies of all time.
I need feminism because gender-neutral expression shouldn’t just be considered valid if I dress like a man.
For a long time, I thought the only way to actually express myself as what I identify was to dress more masculine. The thing it, I never wanted to give up all of my dresses and skirts. The problem is that we see ‘male’ and ‘masculine’ as the default, and it took me way too long to figure that out.