Gillian Anderson as Blanche DuBois in A Streetcar Named Desire.
"you’re too young to know what your sexuality is" said the straight person to a queer teenager
"he’s such a ladies’ man" said the straight person about a 6 month old baby that doesn’t know what a lady is
excuse me as I celebrate belatedly over pacific rim getting a sequel and a possible animated series with mako mori drawings
Ruto - Hyrule Warriors
PLEASE MAKE THE SOUND IN THIS GAME LIKE THE SOUND WHEN I THROW YOU INTO THE SIDE OF A GIANT FISH’S GUT.
We have always lived in the castle by Shirley Jackson
“I can’t help it when people are frightened,” says Merricat. “I always want to frighten them more.”
Aaaand finished Madoka.
Episode 10 might be the most pain I’ve been in since a guy flipped me on my head and accidentally stomped on my chest way back in HS football.
Having read When Marnie Was There I am thrown by people’s reaction to the film (which I have not yet seen), as I’m assuming the film follows the same basic plot-line. But, because Ghibli is Ghibli, I recognize the film probably goes way off into it’s own new thing for sure making what I know obsolete. Bottom line is I am unhappy people are unhappy with a story I love. So far I’ve read that the film queerbaits then drops out and the Ghibli horde of loyalists are already quick to defend the film’s creative choices - which I have no doubt of. I saw the trailer too y’all, it seemed pretty damn gay.
BUT until I see the film (which in all honesty I’m still excited for since Marnie is a Shirley Jackson-lite story for young girls which is what I’m super about) I shall withhold an opinion - buuuut it sounds like shojo doseiai to me which as usual is tricky junk that can simultaneously be and not be queerbaiting.
Now I’m more invested and worried about eventually watching it.