“I’ve become skeptical of the unwritten rule that just because a boy and girl appear in the same feature, a romance must ensue. Rather, I want to portray a slightly different relationship, one where they two mutually inspire each other to live– if I’ m able to, then perhaps I’ll be closer to portraying a true expression of love.”
— Hayao Miyazaki (via imoverthinkingitagain)
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how do people just have casual sex with random strangers i can’t even order pizza over the phone
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Can we talk about how she has shoulder freckles for a sec? They didn’t go for a flawless look with her, they made her skin more realistic of someone who, even though she’s royalty, is just a regular person. Also, her eyebrows. They’re not smooth and perfect but just a little bit bushy. I like Princess Anna because she’s not physically flawless. And I find that encouraging for young girls/women everywhere. I think Disney is finally starting to get it, and it makes me happy.
Two eyebrow hairs out of place and shoulder freckles you can barely see on a close up picture are supposed to be flaws?
Wow you keep reachin there
Skinny white woman cartoon is so empowering because she has freckles and eyebrows. FEMINIST VICTORY FOR ALL WOMEN AND GIRLS EVERYWHERE!
yt feminists stay doing the most istg
-shakes head- Thin, white, blue-eyed princess. But she has freckles! And eyebrows made of HAIR.
How low have we set our standards where this is “encouraging for young girls/women everywhere”? How little can we imagine a deviation if FRECKLES are somehow an aberration of the norm?
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I DONT CARE WHAT KIND OF BLOG YOU HAVE
EVERYONE NEEDS A DANCING FESTIVE CARLTON
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