2x04 | 4x02

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chauvinistsushi:

contraception:

the goal is to love myself so much it offends other people

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pattnson:

I’m sorry. Did I step on your button?

⇒ Natasha Romanoff in Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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gemmacorrell:

(and after)
(and during)

gemmacorrell:

(and after)

(and during)

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allyhatingheterophobe:

THE SAFETY OF TRANS PEOPLE IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN THE COMFORT OF CIS PEOPLE.

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chatterboxrose:

kill-natalie:

do you ever realize that we spend our days hoping imaginary people will kiss each other

 

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filthkid:

filthkid:

millions of real existing people fall in love with straight men. what the fuck

im still thinking about this. they dont just befriend and hang out with straight men, they get emotional about them. they think ‘this person is the best thing that ever happened to me’. i think there was a time when this phenomenon made sense to me but now it does not.

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hellotailor:

i loved this. ragnar lothbrok, inspecting his estranged son like he’s livestock.

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ifeelbetterer:

lariagwyn:

that lost look in his eyes

What I love about this scene is how much it highlights the vacuity of that sort of patriotic rhetoric. What Pierce says to the Soldier here is what the popular conception of American patriotism looks and sounds like. It’s the rhetoric with truth long gone and with sentiment missing in action.

And why does Piece try this with his Soldier? Why bother with the hoopla when in a second Pierce is going to casually wipe him down and hose the decks clear of anything personal or emotional? Why spend the breath it takes to say these vapid things to a Soldier who needs no rhetoric and who has never needed convincing?

It makes me think that this is the process Pierce always goes through. He makes the speech, knowing the Soldier will do what he is ordered and not for any greater good, but he makes the speech because he wants the speech in the record, so to speak. He wants to be able to believe that he gave the Soldier reasons, not just empty orders.

But this is the first time the Soldier had something on his mind so the scientists are shocked, the guards are frightened, and Pierce’s empty, self-absolving pantomime is revealed to be empty. Pierce seems equal parts empty and disappointed when he gives the order to wipe him: angry that the pleasant lie he told himself got cut off just because the Soldier knew someone.

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