seekingwillow:

Aldis Hodge as Captain America [x]
PEAK OF PHYSICAL PERFECTION INDEED
YES
ACCEPTED
Um hello who is this man and how may I stare at him further??
Aldis is on the TNT show “Leverage”. Honestly, this is perfect.
Woo, chile. I have never needed something so much as I need this. 
Need!
I would watch this. A lot.

seekingwillow:

Aldis Hodge as Captain America [x]

PEAK OF PHYSICAL PERFECTION INDEED

YES

ACCEPTED

Um hello who is this man and how may I stare at him further??

Aldis is on the TNT show “Leverage”. Honestly, this is perfect.

Woo, chile. I have never needed something so much as I need this. 

Need!

I would watch this. A lot.

(via jhenne-bean)

lady-brown:

Umm… How many more “save the white girl” films will I have to sit through before I can get a movie that doesn’t sideline PoC into villain/neck-rolling/sidekick/exotic conquest/thug/abuser/every other stereotype and trope because “not enough people would be able to relate to the story”?

(via jhenne-bean)

Whitewashing isn’t just a game.

damnlayoffthebleach:

gold—rush:

Every time I venture through the Fred Weasley II, Blaise Zabini, Roxanne Weasley, etc. tags, I see people calling out the whitewashing going on.

If multiple people are calling you out on your shit, maybe, just maybe there’s an issue. Yes, role playing is a “game” but the erasure of someone’s race isn’t.

Let an RP make the entire Harry Potter cast POC and everybody and their mother would flip their shit. 

Erasing the small amount of POC there are from a book series you claim to love so much isn’t something that should be taken lightly. 

I guess you just don’t understand, I don’t really expect you to. You wouldn’t know how it feels to be erased from damn near everything. 

(Source: lestwins, via jhenne-bean)

"Keeping things the way they are because that’s just how you’re familiar with them is problematic, due to most everyone in comic fiction being a white, cis-gendered guy. It’s not an overtly racist distinction you’re making, which is why you seem to feel you’ve come to it without prejudicial racial bias (“similar conclusions can be reached by different arguments”), but it actually IS racist by way of exclusion. “Don’t do something directly racist, but also just keep things how they’ve always been” is racist [and heteronormative, and sexist, and cis-sexist, and so on] because “how things have always been” are white, cis-gendered, and male. Therefore, you prefer things to stay white, cis-gendered, and male. The world has changed, but you want these characters to persist as vestiges of an outdated, slanted view of society."

Comics, casting, and race.  (via jhenne-bean)

jhenne-bean:

ASDFGHJKL;<3
FOREVER MY DREAMCAST FOR A;TLA’S MAI. 
DAT FACE.

jhenne-bean:

ASDFGHJKL;<3

FOREVER MY DREAMCAST FOR A;TLA’S MAI. 

DAT FACE.

(Source: moonsafaris)

jhenne-bean:

adventuresofcomicbookgirl:

wicked-grin:

I’M GONNA KILL SOMETHING.

yeah you can go die in a fire DC

jhenne-bean:

adventuresofcomicbookgirl:

wicked-grin:

I’M GONNA KILL SOMETHING.

yeah you can go die in a fire DC