Thursday Aug 21 @ 10:11am
Wednesday Aug 20 @ 02:30pm

element-of-change:

avatarparallels:

Sokka once had a sexist attitude (The Water Tribe were traditional with gender roles because it was “the natural order of things”) but after being humbled by Suki and her fellow Kyoshi Warriors, he began to see women as equals and developed a newfound respect for them. 

A++++ Character Development

 OH MAN I CAN GO ON AND ON WITH THIS ONE    # but this is my favorite character arc    # the first five minutes of this show already mentioned the word ‘sexist’    # I knew it was going to be special    # and its a girl calling out her brother that he’s an idiot    # his sexism stems from ignorance    # and the viewers get to understand WHY he was sexist    # he grew up in a environment where the men were warriors    # but he never (and the series never showed) female water tribe warriors    # his father entrusted him to look after the tribe and his sister    # he doesn’t think men are better than women    #but rather he believed there are certain things women at good at (feminine activities like sewing and men are good at (masculine activities    # imagine katara had to go put up with this bullshit    # she calls him out but does he listen? no    # because he’s stubborn and people tend to not listen to their family members    # so he needed someone very special to smack that sexism out his system    # Suki made him a better person    # after being outmatched by this superior warrior    # he HUMBLES himself and took his humiliation an opportunity to learn from someone who is clearly more skilled    # and then he APOLOGIZES his behavior    # again Suki teaches him another lesson when he said ‘I treated you like a girl when I should have treated you like a warrior’

Yeah I mean I couldn’t agree more when it comes to this…that the WORD “SEXIST” APPEARS IN THIS SHOW AT ALL let alone in THE FIRST MINUTE of in-narrative dialogue is exceptional.

I firmly believe that Katara’s instant, prodigious mastery of Waterbending reaffirms this development, as does Sokka’s unerring friendship with the incomparable Toph Beifong.

Wednesday Aug 20 @ 02:30pm

frostbitch:

people who try to befriend artists for free art

image

Wednesday Aug 20 @ 02:26pm

My bf goes to schools in the Houston area and sent me these pictures of the thing he found

Wednesday Aug 20 @ 02:23pm
tyranitart:

look at this lil bruh-bruh. he fresh out the egg and already on the prowl fuckin wreckin a dumb human. meanwhile human babies just cry and shit themselves and have to be fed by a bigger, still frail human. damn we weak

tyranitart:

look at this lil bruh-bruh. he fresh out the egg and already on the prowl fuckin wreckin a dumb human. meanwhile human babies just cry and shit themselves and have to be fed by a bigger, still frail human. damn we weak

Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:43pm

crimewave360:

my kid lookin fresh on the first day of school like

image

Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:41pm
ahsadler:

deerypoof:

Of all a deer’s senses, their eyesight is the worst. 

I don’t know what I was expecting but this was so much better than that

ahsadler:

deerypoof:

Of all a deer’s senses, their eyesight is the worst. 

I don’t know what I was expecting but this was so much better than that

Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:41pm
sothpark:


Moonlit Night on Annabessacookby PJW

sothpark:

Moonlit Night on Annabessacookby PJW
Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:40pm

fuckmestupid:

FINALLY SOMEONE FUCKING DID IT

Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:40pm
1000scientists:

Plank Piece, 1973Charles Ray
"Ray was part of a wave of artists during the 1970s who addressed sculpture as an activity rather than as an object. In the iconic two-part photographic work Plank Piece the artist documents the use of his own body as the sculptural component. The static photograph belies the performative nature of the activity presented. Contrived through a complex balance between weight and gravity the artist suspended his body using only a plank of wood, creating a minimal, graphic image that is at once humorous and unsettling."

1000scientists:

Plank Piece, 1973
Charles Ray

"Ray was part of a wave of artists during the 1970s who addressed sculpture as an activity rather than as an object. In the iconic two-part photographic work Plank Piece the artist documents the use of his own body as the sculptural component. The static photograph belies the performative nature of the activity presented. Contrived through a complex balance between weight and gravity the artist suspended his body using only a plank of wood, creating a minimal, graphic image that is at once humorous and unsettling."
Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:40pm

Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:39pm
waywardandwanderlust:

heartsandmagic:

Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

waywardandwanderlust:

heartsandmagic:

Cat doesn’t know what to do with the butterfly that flew on its paw.

I can’t breathe I’m laughing too hard

Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:38pm
aizea:

attention ppl i remember the original caption this is not a bird shaped cloud a bird flew into this window and it kind of just…left a mark …in case anyone was wondering

aizea:

attention ppl i remember the original caption this is not a bird shaped cloud a bird flew into this window and it kind of just…left a mark …in case anyone was wondering

Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:37pm
Tuesday Aug 19 @ 09:37pm
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