"If I talk down to people enough by calling them mouthbreathers and cowards, then that'll make me win arguments! I have no problem with taking statistics where women are disadvantaged face value as truth and basing my beliefs off of them, but if you bring me similar statistics for men, then I'll want to look at every variable I can for an excuse as to why they're false! Conformation bias is wonderful!" - Greg Rucka's insecure-as-fuck subconscious
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ruckawriter:

Well, you’ve certainly shown me.

Coward.

ami-angelwings:

badass-bharat-deafmuslimpunkstar:

An Indian woman, a Japanese woman, and a Syrian woman, all training to be doctors at Women’s Medical College of Philadelphia, 1880s. (Image courtesy Legacy Center, Drexel University College of Medicine Archives, Philadelphia, PA. Image #p0103) (x)

The Indian woman, Dr. Anandi Gopal Joshi, was the first Indian woman to earn a degree in Western medicine, and also believed to be the first Hindu woman to set foot on American soil.

The Japanese woman, Dr. Kei Okami, was the first Japanese woman to obtain a degree in Western Medicine.

The Syrian woman is Dr. Sabat Islambooly.  Her name is spelled incorrectly on that photograph. 

For those interested, here’s more information on other women of color who attended and graduated from Women’s Medical College of Philadelphia in the past, with a focus on the Japanese-American women they accepted during the US WW2 internment of Japanese-Americans.

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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.
I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 
 (click the images to view the character names) 
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themarvjthompson:

Black Superheroes in Comic Book Movies.

I wanted to make this to show my appreciation to black superheroes. As you can see, it’s not a lot of them in Hollywood films. But, unlike DC, I can respect Marvel for featuring several black superheroes in their comic book movies. And we are still waiting on Black Panther, Green Lantern (John Stewart), Static and many more. 

 (click the images to view the character names) 

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leafsfeelings:

choptail:

*SLAMS REBLOG BUTTON*

HIT REBLOG SO GODDAMN FAST

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themarysue:

flat-adverb:

lucillebruise:

stunningpicture:

Portrait I drew of the lovely Maggie Smith.

I am getting this framed and hung over my fireplace goddamn.

Same.

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newyorker:

The Korean artist Jee Young Lee created an elaborate installation in her studio, in Seoul, using everyday materials—plywood, paper cups, straws—and handmade props. The constructed landscapes are her interpretations of personal experiences, dreams, and Korean folk tales. Take a look: http://nyr.kr/QrERhB
Top: “Reaching for the Stars”Bottom: “I’ll Be Back”All photographs by Jee Young Lee
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newyorker:

The Korean artist Jee Young Lee created an elaborate installation in her studio, in Seoul, using everyday materials—plywood, paper cups, straws—and handmade props. The constructed landscapes are her interpretations of personal experiences, dreams, and Korean folk tales. Take a look: http://nyr.kr/QrERhB
Top: “Reaching for the Stars”Bottom: “I’ll Be Back”All photographs by Jee Young Lee
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newyorker:

The Korean artist Jee Young Lee created an elaborate installation in her studio, in Seoul, using everyday materials—plywood, paper cups, straws—and handmade props. The constructed landscapes are her interpretations of personal experiences, dreams, and Korean folk tales. Take a look: http://nyr.kr/QrERhB

Top: “Reaching for the Stars”
Bottom: “I’ll Be Back”
All photographs by Jee Young Lee

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Source: newyorker.com

marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!


Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes
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marielikestodraw:

febricant:

plinys:

* mcu with 900% more ladies: Katheryn Winnick as Thora  and Katie Mcgarth as Loki in Thora

Whosoever holds this hammer, if she be worthy, shall possess the power of Thora!

Happy Thanksgiving to ME

OMG this is fantastic, yes

(via themarysue)

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medievalpoc:

hitoritabi:

Korean version of Western stories — Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, Swan Lake, Little Red Riding Hood.
(Cr: Obsidian@Pixiv)

Contemporary Art Week!
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medievalpoc:

hitoritabi:

Korean version of Western stories — Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, Swan Lake, Little Red Riding Hood.
(Cr: Obsidian@Pixiv)

Contemporary Art Week!
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medievalpoc:

hitoritabi:

Korean version of Western stories — Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, Swan Lake, Little Red Riding Hood.
(Cr: Obsidian@Pixiv)

Contemporary Art Week!
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medievalpoc:

hitoritabi:

Korean version of Western stories — Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, Swan Lake, Little Red Riding Hood.
(Cr: Obsidian@Pixiv)

Contemporary Art Week!
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medievalpoc:

hitoritabi:

Korean version of Western stories — Alice in Wonderland, Beauty and the Beast, Swan Lake, Little Red Riding Hood.

(Cr: Obsidian@Pixiv)

Contemporary Art Week!

Source: pixiv.net

Why the Winter Soldier is Less an Embodiment of Soviet Russia Than I Thought, or: Bucky Barnes, American Cold War Anxieties, and You f

puelhathnofury:

wizzard890:

As you might imagine, I walked into Captain America 2 ready to get my Soviet Russia on. The Winter Soldier run is one of my favorites in—well, in any comic, really, and from what I’d seen in the trailers and whatnot, it looked like we were going to get a…

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Call for Submissions- The Sea is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia f

blackwolfchng:

jhameia:

jhameia:

jhameia:

THE SEA IS OURS is an anthology of Southeast Asian steampunk. We are looking for steampunk stories that are set in Southeast Asia (SEA), or secondary worlds that evoke Southeast Asia, with Southeast Asian protagonists, in any of the countries that make up the region: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, East Timor, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam. We are seeking historically and technologically-innovative stories.

Steampunk, for the purposes of this anthology, is defined as an aesthetic that combines technofantasy, anachronism, retro-futurism, an alternate history/world, and the evocation of an incipient industrial revolution. How does the steampunk aesthetic look, feel, sound, smell, or taste like in these regions? What kind of technologies would grow in resource-rich SEAsia? What do our historical figures, our Parameswaras, Trung sisters, Lapu-Lapus, do in such a world?

Submissions are encouraged to explore various levels and kinds of technologies, not just steam technology. Locals myths can also find their way into these stories; what does the mix of technology and fantasy look like in such worlds? We welcome exploration of all kinds of stories: from the extraordinary to the everyday. What changes does accelerated technology create for the local landscape and societies? If historical events are given a steampunk twist, how do their outcomes change, or stay the same? 

SUBMISSIONS CLOSE JUNE 30, 2014. 
We will contact all submitters within four weeks of submissions closing.

GENERAL GUIDELINES:
  • •Stories should have a visible development arc, even if they are somewhat experimental.
  • •Stories should be in English, but we take a broad view of English, which includes dialect, accents, local slang, and non-English words that express nuances that standard English can’t.
  • •Characters should be embedded in their settings. We should not be able to transplant the specifics of their story easily, even if they are based on common science fiction/fantasy archetypes.
  • •Local takes on actual historical events are highly encouraged, although not necessary in alternate world settings. Mention in your submission email the specific event you are referencing.
  • •Stories featuring queer characters, characters with disabilities, non-normative relationships, and other such non-mainstream narratives are welcome.

Click through for full submission guidelines!!!

ETA: So apparently no one saw fit to mention to me that Indonesia was missing from the list and I had to find out through some wayward middleman tweeting that folks were feeling left out

So I’m editing and re-bageling for ALL THE INDONESIANS! 

And if folks could keep reblogging this as a LINK and not convert it to text because it makes following reblogging kind of wonky, that’d be much appreciated

Y’all, blackwolfchng and I really want to see a lot of SEAsian contributors!! We have contacts from the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, a couple in Thailand, and SEAsian-American folx… if you have people in Cambodia, Burma, Timor, Brunei, and Laos that you think we should contact, let us know!!

I also want to specify that non-SEAsians with connections to SEA are also welcome.

I also want to specify that SEAsian ethnic groups who don’t exactly belong to any specific nation-state are also welcome.

I also want to specify that diaspora SEAsians are also welcome.

I also want to specify that SEAsia has a long history of trade with South Asia, Africa, Arabia and East Asian countries and we welcome stories about those histories as well. 

THE POSSIBILITIES ARE LARGE AND ENDLESS.

REBLOGGED!

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medievalpoc:

dynamicafrica:

The Egyptian Mona Lisa
I never get bored of people playing around with DaVinci’s, especially when non-Western artists provide their own take on the ever-mysterious painting that is the Mona Lisa.
Here, Egyptian illustrator FaTma WaGdi places herself wearing a hijab in her digital rendition of this 16th century portrait, poking fun at the expressionless original subject.

Contemporary Art Week!
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medievalpoc:

dynamicafrica:

The Egyptian Mona Lisa
I never get bored of people playing around with DaVinci’s, especially when non-Western artists provide their own take on the ever-mysterious painting that is the Mona Lisa.
Here, Egyptian illustrator FaTma WaGdi places herself wearing a hijab in her digital rendition of this 16th century portrait, poking fun at the expressionless original subject.

Contemporary Art Week!
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medievalpoc:

dynamicafrica:

The Egyptian Mona Lisa
I never get bored of people playing around with DaVinci’s, especially when non-Western artists provide their own take on the ever-mysterious painting that is the Mona Lisa.
Here, Egyptian illustrator FaTma WaGdi places herself wearing a hijab in her digital rendition of this 16th century portrait, poking fun at the expressionless original subject.

Contemporary Art Week!
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medievalpoc:

dynamicafrica:

The Egyptian Mona Lisa
I never get bored of people playing around with DaVinci’s, especially when non-Western artists provide their own take on the ever-mysterious painting that is the Mona Lisa.
Here, Egyptian illustrator FaTma WaGdi places herself wearing a hijab in her digital rendition of this 16th century portrait, poking fun at the expressionless original subject.

Contemporary Art Week!
ZoomInfo
medievalpoc:

dynamicafrica:

The Egyptian Mona Lisa
I never get bored of people playing around with DaVinci’s, especially when non-Western artists provide their own take on the ever-mysterious painting that is the Mona Lisa.
Here, Egyptian illustrator FaTma WaGdi places herself wearing a hijab in her digital rendition of this 16th century portrait, poking fun at the expressionless original subject.

Contemporary Art Week!
ZoomInfo

medievalpoc:

dynamicafrica:

The Egyptian Mona Lisa

I never get bored of people playing around with DaVinci’s, especially when non-Western artists provide their own take on the ever-mysterious painting that is the Mona Lisa.

Here, Egyptian illustrator FaTma WaGdi places herself wearing a hijab in her digital rendition of this 16th century portrait, poking fun at the expressionless original subject.

Contemporary Art Week!

Source: dynamicafrica


We can be heroes, just for one day.
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We can be heroes, just for one day.
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We can be heroes, just for one day.
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We can be heroes, just for one day.
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We can be heroes, just for one day.

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whats-my-name-i-forgot:

saemiligr:

catbunting:

Note to self

This movie means more to me than words can say

one of the best speeches in movie history   
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whats-my-name-i-forgot:

saemiligr:

catbunting:

Note to self

This movie means more to me than words can say

one of the best speeches in movie history   
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whats-my-name-i-forgot:

saemiligr:

catbunting:

Note to self

This movie means more to me than words can say

one of the best speeches in movie history   
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whats-my-name-i-forgot:

saemiligr:

catbunting:

Note to self

This movie means more to me than words can say

one of the best speeches in movie history   
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whats-my-name-i-forgot:

saemiligr:

catbunting:

Note to self

This movie means more to me than words can say

one of the best speeches in movie history   
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whats-my-name-i-forgot:

saemiligr:

catbunting:

Note to self

This movie means more to me than words can say

one of the best speeches in movie history   
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whats-my-name-i-forgot:

saemiligr:

catbunting:

Note to self

This movie means more to me than words can say

one of the best speeches in movie history   
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whats-my-name-i-forgot:

saemiligr:

catbunting:

Note to self

This movie means more to me than words can say

one of the best speeches in movie history   
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whats-my-name-i-forgot:

saemiligr:

catbunting:

Note to self

This movie means more to me than words can say

one of the best speeches in movie history   

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sawdustbear:

i’m at wondercon this year, so i’m recyling last year’s joke.

happy easter!

Source: sawdustbear

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