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YES YES YES. I took a class about African American representation, stereotypes, masculinity, racial theory and all of those difficult concepts. And let me tell you, the Black Panther broke many of those stereotypes about Africa and sought to break down racial boundaries in comic books during the civil rights movement. In the same way, Cap is important for not being a Nazi, T'Challa is important for being the first African superhero. Never underestimate the influence of the superhero.


Vampire snow white.

No, but this kind of makes me want to do a series of stories based on fairy tales in which the heroes/heroines are actually paranormal creatures. Beauty and the Beast, but she's a werewolf and the villagers don't realize she's also the beast. And so on...

from Knot Magick

Pagan Virtues

Things are what direction we take them rather than static symbols. To a person who has "Satan vision," this is evil. To someone else, religious or not, it seems to have a lot to do with living demonstrative character and virtues.


Plot twist.. The fault in our stars | john green | divergent | tobias eaton | Augustus waters | hazel grace Lancaster | four | tris prior


“I am really quite English. I love LA and I have lots of American friends, but my family and most of my friends will probably always be in London, and what matters most to me in life is the happiness...

from IMDb

Let Me In (2010)

"Let Me In" - A bullied young boy befriends a young female vampire who lives in secrecy with her guardian. Image and info credit: IMDb.


Let me see--which board should I pin this great pic to? Cuppa? Faeries? Acorns? I think Magical Mushrooms. This is magic for sure! New towns are popping up everywhere on Pixie Hill!!!


Bone pins From Jarlshof, Shetland - These bone pins were found at Jarlshof in Shetland. They were used as dress pins or hairpins, sometime between 850 and 1100. The heads of the pins were carved into elaborate three-dimensional animal heads. Bone pins are common finds from Viking settlements, reflecting their common use as dress pins to fasten clothing together or as hairpins. Animal-headed pins have been found widely in Scandinavia, and to a lesser extent in the British Isles