In which I talk about subverted fairy tales and gender roles in Labyrinth b/c why not

marley-manson:

So the other day I was thinking about how cool it was that Labyrinth kinda reverses gender roles (narratively) with Sarah and Jareth.

Yk, Sarah is the awesome totally unobjectified subject with whom the audience is meant to fully identify. Her virtues and flaws have…

She is the Slayer.

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oldernfaraway:

I could be the one to look after her sometimes… if you need a helper. Mom? Can I take care of her?

oldernfaraway:

I could be the one to look after her sometimes… if you need a helper. Mom? Can I take care of her?

effulgentcolors:

Spuffy Moments - Something Blue - [10/14]

Buffy: She did a spell.
Giles: Yes.. to have her will done. Whatever she says is coming true.
Buffy: And you both were effected. I probably only escaped because I’m the Slayer. Some kind of natural immunity.
Xander: Yeah. Right. You’re marrying Spike because you’re so right for each other.
Buffy: Xander.
Spike: That’s it — you’re off the usher list.

bogleech:

gameraboy:

"A Sticky Situation" (1960) by Carl Barks

I like how advertising is literally still exactly as sexist as they’re joking about in this comic from 54 years ago.

jossist:

awwunicorns:

“Numfar! Do the Dance of Joy!”

Does everyone know that Numfar is played by Joss Whedon? Because Numfar alone is hilarious but still, everyone needs to know that.

cilliophora:

oh..

gigaguess:

cancerously:

dameofsound:

eridanschoiceass:

sardonicpuppeteer:

Zea requested rebloggable format.

OMG

IT’S BACK

IT’S FUCKING BACK

Oh my God…this is gold.

gigaguess:

cancerously:

dameofsound:

eridanschoiceass:

sardonicpuppeteer:

Zea requested rebloggable format.

OMG

IT’S BACK

IT’S FUCKING BACK

Oh my God…this is gold.

nitratediva:

Bette Davis touches up her eyeliner on the set of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962). She created her own makeup for the part, explaining, “What I had in mind no professional makeup man would have dared to put on me… I felt Jane never washed her face, just added another layer of makeup each day.”

nitratediva:

Bette Davis touches up her eyeliner on the set of What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? (1962). She created her own makeup for the part, explaining, “What I had in mind no professional makeup man would have dared to put on me… I felt Jane never washed her face, just added another layer of makeup each day.”

the-art-of-the-gif:

Ashes To Ashes (2014)

Long before MTV, David Bowie was a prolific music video artist. Ashes To Ashes debuted in 1980 - a year before MTV launched - and it still stands as Bowie’s most iconic music video to date.

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inspirationwordslove:

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superseventies:

David Bowie

superseventies:

David Bowie

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