s4karuna:

thebraveandmischievous:

bridgittefitzgerald:

I’m glad Elementary shows the sexism women face. Joan Watson has been insulted, belittled, and underestimated numerous times. And each time she is shown to be a boss, a role model, more than capable at handling anything thrown at her without being portrayed as a bitch. She handles these situations by calling people out on their B.S., and continues on her way. She’s done this with Gregson, Sherlock, Moriarty, and many minor characters.

Lucy Liu is amazing, and I love that Joan Watson does not just brush off or accept these subtle sexist aggressions. She calls people out and is a boss with her words and actions while maintaining professionalism. 

#i think we need to add beyonce into the joan watson soundtrack because this scene is the definition of ‘bow down bitches’

(Source: aleriehightower)

SHINee | Lucifer

JUST KIDDING IT WAS THE 2010 SBS GAYO DAEJUN PERFORMANCE

SHINee | Lucifer (2010 Golden Disk Awards)

THIS PERFORMANCE DID THINGS TO ME OKAY YOU DONT EVEN KNOW

G-Dragon’s Heartbreaker album as a whole was/is also SO IMPORTANT to me oh my fucking god. 

G-Dragon | Korean Dream (2009 Shine a Light concert)

this is the single most important live performance of a song I have EVER experienced.

the Golden Disk performance of Lucifer is a close second.

I put my kpop playlist on shuffle and all its playing is Big Bang and Big Bang solo projects and I’m just SO SAD

WHY DID I HAVE TO BE A FAN OF BIG BANG THEY HAVE A COMEBACK EVERY LIKE 100 YEARS 

FUCKING BRIGADOON IDOLS.

we are starving

lesroisdumonde:

"oh my GOd there are TWO gay characters in this movie lets watch it"

"dude dude dude we have to see it it has a queer girl

"I heard this movie has non-sexualized female character”

"ok I know it only has one girl but she is written like an ACTUAL PERSON!!"

"THERE IS A TRANS CHARACTER"

"so its not canon but if you squint I think this character is asexual”

"and get this the gay character is actually not white

autisticlynx:

when privileged groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “basic human decency”

when oppressed groups want rights, safety, and respect, it’s called “social justice”