HI. In case you weren’t aware, I got married to a fine gentleman six months ago. The wedding was a smashing success. I ate pizza for lunch, I drank a lot, I cried but mostly I laughed, I hugged a million people and, most importantly, I married a pretty cool dude.
When I got engaged, three of my…
while our wedding was a small affair soon after the engagement, our reception is happening later and a lot of this is helpful! you rock, Laura!
"Cosplay is getting to be more corrupt as it becomes more mainstream. It's becoming more about looking like a Victoria's Secret model and being bullied if you don't. I, for one, am tired of it. Cosplayers are being told, verbally or otherwise, that they need to look a certain way to do what they love. Cosplay is not a beauty contest. Society has done enough harm to the issue of body image. Lets keep it out of the cosplay community."
The frustrating thing about the “Save the Boobies” campaign and similar things (like the “Booberday” meme going around G+) is that they get it exactly backward. Often, the point of breast cancer treatment is to destroy some or all of the boobies in order to save the woman.
Saying that we should work to cure this disease because it threatens breasts is really upsetting. For starters, it suggests that women are worth saving because they’re attached to breasts, rather than the other way around. But worse, it tells any woman who’s had a mastectomy to try to save her life that she’s lost the thing that made people care about her survival. What a punch in the stomach.
Would the creators of the following movies please stand up
The Golden Compass
City of Bones
The City of Ember
AND THE FIFTH HARRY POTTER MOVIE
now please sit down and listen to this talk on how good books can be made into good movies if you remember the plot of the book and actually put all of it in the movie, presented by the creators of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
sad to hear that City of Ember was universally panned. Golden Compass makes me so sad, I would have loved to see all 3 made.