quietemptydiariess

<p>dirty computer. cis she/her. black, bi, shy, ready to cry. writer/filmmaker. girls, gays, and non-toxic masculinity. soft &amp; gentle. trying to receive the love that I give. ・。・゜★・。・。☆・゜・。・゜。・。・゜★・。・。☆</p>

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quietemptydiariess
Posted: 653.0 hours ago
melaninerotica: blissarcheopteryx: whitewashedhanzo: i scrolled past this an hour ago and thats when the winston/hanzo drama started happening so im obligated to reblog this to dispense with the bad energy. sorry Sorry y'all can’t risk it Feeling it tonight.
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 748.8 hours ago
https://www.gofundme.com/br82v9-teen-vogue-summit My name is Michael-Michelle Pratt. I am a high school junior who is very interested and emotionally invested in activism. As a young black girl who sees the effects of systematic oppression, and as a marginalized person with ambition, I want to be a useful voice in the conversation for equality. I also want to help empower people of color and women. The Teen Vogue Summit would be a life-changing opportunity for me to gain new knowledge, network, make friends with people who have similar interests and allow me to pursue my passion for social justice and leadership. However, I cannot afford this amazing opportunity on my own. The Summit takes place on June 1-3, 2018, and I don’t have a lot of time. The money you donate will be used for the registration and transportation fees. There is no amount too small. Thank you!
#teen vogue summit #teen vogue #rowan blanchard #amandla stenberg #amandla #lauren jauregui #fifth harmony #fundraiser #go fund me #money #transportation #new york city #new york #activism #immigration #marchforourlives #march for our lives #emma gonzalez #pro black #black lives matter #feminism #feminist #intersectionality #intersectional feminism #social justice #leadership
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 911.1 hours ago
quietemptydiariess: Hey girls and gays, mcu fandom, and fanfic writers. I’m writing a Valkyrie x Gamora wlw fanfic with them as a couple. Does anyone wanna help with the plot and/or be my beta reader and help me.
#valkyrie/gamora #valmora
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 911.4 hours ago
quietemptydiariess: Hey girls and gays, mcu fandom, and fanfic writers. I’m writing a Valkyrie x Gamora wlw fanfic with them as a couple. Does anyone wanna help with the plot and/or be my beta reader and help me.
#queer #queer girls #queer women #queer women of color #black women #women who love women #black woman #women of color #bisexuality #Bisexual #lesbian #lesbian relationship #lesbians #Sapphic #sapphire #sapphics #lgbt #lgbtq #LGBTQA #lgbtpride #lgbt+ #lgbtlove #wlwoc #WLW #wlw positivity #avengers #tony stark #steve rogers #black widow #falcon
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 911.5 hours ago
Hey girls and gays, mcu fandom, and fanfic writers. I’m writing a Valkyrie x Gamora wlw fanfic with them as a couple. Does anyone wanna help with the plot and/or be my beta reader and help me.
#valkyrie #gamora #tessa thompson #zoe sandala #MCU #mcuedit #mcu fanfiction #mcu fandom #comics #marvel cinematic universe #comic books #guardians of the galaxy #thor ragnarok #peter quill #groot #rocket #drax #bruce banner #loki #chris hemsworth #chris pratt #spider-man: homecoming #spiderman #black panther #avengers #wlwoc #wlw positivity #wlw concepts #wlw suggestions #wlw moodboard
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 1034.1 hours ago
doctorproctorr: thehighpriestofreverseracism: reblog or the gods of glo up will not bless you Can’t take that chance
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 1102.6 hours ago
thismynewshit: kaylapocalypse: thighetician: The second girl at least read the book to confirm that it was shit, she even had Capote on deck as backup. Chick 1 is just lazy Nope. Girl 2 saw that Girl 1′s absolutely accurate analysis was being shut down just because it wasn’t stated in an intellectual way (in spite of its validity). So Girl 2 reinforced Girl 1′s opinions in solidarity and made sure that it was absolutely clear that Girl 1 was factually correct. WITHOUT taking credit for her observations (”kim is right” instead of “Actually, kim”) Girls supporting Girls. Girls not letting other girls be treated poorly. Intelligence is a spectrum. White men proping up white men for mediocre work is blatantly apparent to everyone except white men.
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 1444.4 hours ago
brianabreeze: Halle didn’t say anything like that. Don’t believe everything you read!
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 2163.3 hours ago
queerwriterscollective: The Queer Writers Collective is now OPEN! For anyone identifying with the word Queer, who are also writers (no matter what kind), we have made a group for you. Our aim is to bring queer writers together to support and encourage each other to complete our projects and get our words out into the world. How to apply: Reblog this post. Make an app & tag us #qwcollective. Tag your app with your writing tag! Follow the collective. What we’ll be doing: Admins will answer whatever questions you have about your project and give the best advice they can offer. Create an environment where queer writers can share their work and gain some helpful tips to finish projects. Making monthly prompt lists for quick writing exercises. Playlists for a variety of different genres and tones of writing. “Discussion Prompts.” Q&A for writing topics like gender, LGBT & POC & disabled inclusion. Reblogging a variety of content to help inspire writers no matter the genre. Much more.
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 2426.8 hours ago
asecualhand: quietemptydiariess: Nakia was right. Killmonger was wrong. Nakia and eventually T’Challa were right. Killmonger was wrong. Killmonger centered his movement around himself by using toxic masculinity to overthrow a government. His version of Black liberation meant killing and abusing Black women (killing his girlfriend, a dora milaje, and almost Shuri). He is the product of oppression, just like many African-Americans, but this doesn’t excuse his trash actions. Erik’s plans for liberation were unreasonable and relied on death and destruction for change. He learned his skills by working with the US Military to destabilize governments with mostly people of color. His liberation was based on colonizing/conquering other groups of people. That’s not liberation, that’s using the oppressor’s tools to become the oppressor. A mess. T’Challa avoids toxic masculinity and is the most well emotionally adjusted male character we’ve seen on screen. T’Challa is unapologetically emotional and sees all women as equals. He empathizes with the pain of his cousin that he never knew existed, who tried to kill him. T’Challa is a better king than his father because he realizes isolationism is wrong. And pays respect to his cousin that tried to kill him by buying Erik’s old apartment building in Oakland and starting a research center. Although a capitalist, still a man. Nakia wanted to distribute the Wakandan wealth for global self-sufficiency and education of all black people. Nakia fought against Boko Haram to save victims of human tracking, showed empathy to child soldiers, fought against ivory dealers, and pushed for aiding refugees. A real revolutionary. Please stop saying Killmonger is right because Michael B. Jordan is an amazing actor and fine af. Killmonger wanted revenge. Revenge for the death of his father and revenge for centuries of black oppression. He wanted everyone who hurt and abandoned him to feel the pain and helplessness he went through. At least that’s what I understood. I absolutely agree with you about Killmonger’s reasons for his actions. I didn’t mention these points because I hope everyone understood that (I hope that doesn’t sound rude). Killmonger’s anger and murder of Zuri were justified. However, his justified anger turned into unruly rage. And in my opinion, just because I can understand where he’s coming from doesn’t make his actions justifiable. @asecualhand
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 2451.8 hours ago
shattercall: quietemptydiariess: shattercall: quietemptydiariess: shattercall: quietemptydiariess: Nakia was right. Killmonger was wrong. Nakia and eventually T’Challa were right. Killmonger was wrong. Killmonger centered his movement around himself by using toxic masculinity to overthrow a government. His version of Black liberation meant killing and abusing Black women (killing his girlfriend, a dora milaje, and almost Shuri). He is the product of an oppression, just like many African-Americans, but this doesn’t excuse his trash actions. Erik’s plans for liberation were unreasonable and relied on death and destruction for change. He learned his skills by working with the US Military to destabilize governments with mostly people of color. His liberation was based on colonizing/conquering other groups of people. That’s not liberation, that’s using the oppressor’s tools to become the oppressor. A mess. T’Challa avoids toxic masculinity is the most well emotionally adjusted male character we’ve seen on screen. T’Challa is unapologetically emotional and sees all women as equals. He empathizes with the pain of his cousin that he never knew existed, who tried to kill him. T’Challa is a better king than his father because he realizes isolationism is wrong. And pays respect to his cousin that tried to kill him by buying Erik’s old apartment building in Oakland and starting a research center. Although a capitalist, still a man. Nakia’s wanted to distribute the Wakandan wealth for global self-sufficiency and education of all black people. Nakia fought against Boko Haram to save girls victim of human tracking, showed empathy to child soldiers, fought against ivory dealers, and pushed for aiding refugees. A real revolutionary. Stop saying Killmonger is right because Michael B. Jordan is an amazing actor and fine af. Killmonger was a great villain and I felt so sorry for him (that scene with him not even realizing he’s crying, good lord, there are not even enough tears), but no, not right. He would have been nothing more than the next imperialist conqueror. I completely agree. His lines in the muesum about stolen artifacts and the line about ancestors that jumped overboard had me in ters but he wasn’t right. @shattercall That was part of why T’challa was such a badass. He saw no value in using pain to justify more pain. He was all about that healing. Exactly. And his viewpoints came across just as effectively, without unnecessary violence. @shattercall T’challa really seems like a man who can further the cause of peace. He can listen, lead, empathize, and understands the value of life. I actually really respect the isolationist policy he and his father initially had–because that way Wakanda harmed none outside and could protect their own people’s lives. He’s going down a much rougher road now, trying to take responsibility for all the world, but ultimately, if he succeeds, it’ll be a heroic tale to end them all. Which just makes Killmonger more tragic. He insists conquest is a necessary evil, the only way to bring about peace and righteousness (a thought process that ends up being veeeeery similar to the justifications of the Crusades and imperialist era that led to slavery in the first place), but we’ve all seen the kind of ‘peace’ that leads to. And Killmonger is just too damaged to see why his plan can’t work. All he knows is how to kill first, no matter how noble the intention. Ahhh, but now you’ve got me ranting! I’ll leave it at this movie being a gem and T’challa being the man and Killmonger being the kind of guy I really, really hope does not get a chance to lead without assorted mental health therapies. I completely agree. All of Killmonger’s ideology was too ingrained in him to the point of no return. He couldn’t see past his own plan or how to further his own plan. I also see your point about the isolationism, it would’ve been cool if Wakanda could’ve been kept a secret but still influenced the world. T’Challa (probably with the women’s help) will have a rough time now navigating Oakland and the rest of the world. And because of Ryan’s writing/directing and Chad’s performance he is now my favorite male character. I honestly feel like T’Challa will be an amazing hero.
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 2467.0 hours ago
shattercall: quietemptydiariess: shattercall: quietemptydiariess: Nakia was right. Killmonger was wrong. Nakia and eventually T’Challa were right. Killmonger was wrong. Killmonger centered his movement around himself by using toxic masculinity to overthrow a government. His version of Black liberation meant killing and abusing Black women (killing his girlfriend, a dora milaje, and almost Shuri). He is the product of an oppression, just like many African-Americans, but this doesn’t excuse his trash actions. Erik’s plans for liberation were unreasonable and relied on death and destruction for change. He learned his skills by working with the US Military to destabilize governments with mostly people of color. His liberation was based on colonizing/conquering other groups of people. That’s not liberation, that’s using the oppressor’s tools to become the oppressor. A mess. T’Challa avoids toxic masculinity is the most well emotionally adjusted male character we’ve seen on screen. T’Challa is unapologetically emotional and sees all women as equals. He empathizes with the pain of his cousin that he never knew existed, who tried to kill him. T’Challa is a better king than his father because he realizes isolationism is wrong. And pays respect to his cousin that tried to kill him by buying Erik’s old apartment building in Oakland and starting a research center. Although a capitalist, still a man. Nakia’s wanted to distribute the Wakandan wealth for global self-sufficiency and education of all black people. Nakia fought against Boko Haram to save girls victim of human tracking, showed empathy to child soldiers, fought against ivory dealers, and pushed for aiding refugees. A real revolutionary. Stop saying Killmonger is right because Michael B. Jordan is an amazing actor and fine af. Killmonger was a great villain and I felt so sorry for him (that scene with him not even realizing he’s crying, good lord, there are not even enough tears), but no, not right. He would have been nothing more than the next imperialist conqueror. I completely agree. His lines in the muesum about stolen artifacts and the line about ancestors that jumped overboard had me in ters but he wasn’t right. @shattercall That was part of why T’challa was such a badass. He saw no value in using pain to justify more pain. He was all about that healing. Exactly. And his viewpoints came across just as effectively, without unnecessary violence. @shattercall
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 2467.3 hours ago
shattercall: quietemptydiariess: Nakia was right. Killmonger was wrong. Nakia and eventually T’Challa were right. Killmonger was wrong. Killmonger centered his movement around himself by using toxic masculinity to overthrow a government. His version of Black liberation meant killing and abusing Black women (killing his girlfriend, a dora milaje, and almost Shuri). He is the product of an oppression, just like many African-Americans, but this doesn’t excuse his trash actions. Erik’s plans for liberation were unreasonable and relied on death and destruction for change. He learned his skills by working with the US Military to destabilize governments with mostly people of color. His liberation was based on colonizing/conquering other groups of people. That’s not liberation, that’s using the oppressor’s tools to become the oppressor. A mess. T’Challa avoids toxic masculinity is the most well emotionally adjusted male character we’ve seen on screen. T’Challa is unapologetically emotional and sees all women as equals. He empathizes with the pain of his cousin that he never knew existed, who tried to kill him. T’Challa is a better king than his father because he realizes isolationism is wrong. And pays respect to his cousin that tried to kill him by buying Erik’s old apartment building in Oakland and starting a research center. Although a capitalist, still a man. Nakia’s wanted to distribute the Wakandan wealth for global self-sufficiency and education of all black people. Nakia fought against Boko Haram to save girls victim of human tracking, showed empathy to child soldiers, fought against ivory dealers, and pushed for aiding refugees. A real revolutionary. Stop saying Killmonger is right because Michael B. Jordan is an amazing actor and fine af. Killmonger was a great villain and I felt so sorry for him (that scene with him not even realizing he’s crying, good lord, there are not even enough tears), but no, not right. He would have been nothing more than the next imperialist conqueror. I completely agree. His lines in the muesum about stolen artifacts and the line about ancestors that jumped overboard had me in ters but he wasn’t right. @shattercall
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 2470.3 hours ago
Nakia was right. Killmonger was wrong. Nakia and eventually T’Challa were right. Killmonger was wrong. Killmonger centered his movement around himself by using toxic masculinity to overthrow a government. His version of Black liberation meant killing and abusing Black women (killing his girlfriend, a dora milaje, and almost Shuri). He is the product of oppression, just like many African-Americans, but this doesn’t excuse his trash actions. Erik’s plans for liberation were unreasonable and relied on death and destruction for change. He learned his skills by working with the US Military to destabilize governments with mostly people of color. His liberation was based on colonizing/conquering other groups of people. That’s not liberation, that’s using the oppressor’s tools to become the oppressor. A mess. T’Challa avoids toxic masculinity and is the most well emotionally adjusted male character we’ve seen on screen. T’Challa is unapologetically emotional and sees all women as equals. He empathizes with the pain of his cousin that he never knew existed, who tried to kill him. T’Challa is a better king than his father because he realizes isolationism is wrong. And pays respect to his cousin that tried to kill him by buying Erik’s old apartment building in Oakland and starting a research center. Although a capitalist, still a man. Nakia wanted to distribute the Wakandan wealth for global self-sufficiency and education of all black people. Nakia fought against Boko Haram to save victims of human tracking, showed empathy to child soldiers, fought against ivory dealers, and pushed for aiding refugees. A real revolutionary. Please stop saying Killmonger is right because Michael B. Jordan is an amazing actor and fine af.
#black panther #Chadwick Boseman #michael b jordan #lupita nyong'o #T'Challa #t'chaka #Erik Killmonger #killmongrer #nakia #Shuri #Okoye #dora milaje #ramonda #M'Baku #winston duke #Angela Bassett #daniel kaluuya #tony stark #marvel cinematic universe #mcu #marvel comics #iron man #captain america #steve rodgers #spiderman #spider-man: homecoming #peter parker #thor ragnarok #thor #chris hemsworth
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 2733.4 hours ago
Bisexual culture is almost spontaneously combusting when Chadwick Boseman and Lupita Nyong'o are on screen in Black Panther or take a picture together. They’ve both always been fine as hell individually, but TOGETHER? A whole two-course ass meal. Bon appetit to me.
#black panther #t'challa #nakia #erik killmonger #killmongrer #t'chaka #shuri #okoye #w'kabi #m'baku #ramonda #Chadwick Boseman #Chad Boseman #lupita nyong'o #michael b jordan #winston duke #angela bassett #letitia wright #sterling k brown #ryan coogler #danai gurira #daniel kaluuya #n'jobu #wakanda #wakandaforever #bisexuality #Bisexual #bisexual culture #culture #homosexuality
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 2856.1 hours ago
jenniferlawurence: Mood: Beyoncé without a man I wish she left a note in the hallway. She and the baby would’ve been alright.
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 3018.9 hours ago
quietemptydiariess: Hey Navy, screenwriter, and writer tumblr (who I follow and tagged) This is a really odd request. However, I have had this idea in my mind for awhile. The world building of valerian was amazing but not the same could be said about the lead characters. Rih as Bubbles was by far the most entertaining part of the film Valerian. I’ve had an idea of a spec written about that character. If there were a Bubble prequel/origin story film, what would it be about? I’m trying to write a spec script to add to my screenwriting portfolio @rihannainfinity @rihanna-infinity @rihannadiary @rihennalately @rihannadiary @rihannasx @robynfentygifs @adoringrihanna @fentys @fentymylove @smokingsomethingwithrihanna @jamesgrantbrown@storycoaching @writerofscreen @heywriters
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 3026.4 hours ago
Hey Navy, screenwriter, and writer tumblr (who I follow and tagged) This is a really odd request. However, I have had this idea in my mind for awhile. The world building of valerian was amazing but not the same could be said about the lead characters. Rih as Bubbles was by far the most entertaining part of the film Valerian. I’ve had an idea of a spec written about that character. If there were a Bubble prequel/origin story film, what would it be about? I’m trying to write a spec script to add to my screenwriting portfolio
#rihanna #robynfenty #robyn rihanna fenty #rihnavy #rihanna navy #Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets #luc besson #cara delevingne #valerian #dane dehaan #movies #origin story #prequel #fantasy #scifi #science fiction #shapeshifter #alien #clive owen #ethan hawke #kris wu #john goodman #screenwriting #screenwriter #screenwriters #rihannafilm #Bubbles
quietemptydiariess
Posted: 5380.3 hours ago
forceghostleia: fatherbrew: Literally what has she done this year the only thing of note that she’s done is produce an insensitive and dangerous tv show (13 reasons why) that was supposed to highlight the horrific nature of sexual assault only to then go on and make a movie with woody allen so basically, fuck her from now until the end of time. Is Selena Gomez problematic? Yes. However, while she almost died from lupus and kidney failure, she collaborated with Step Up (an organization that helps girls living in or going to school in under-resourced communities) and visited a high school to support young girls. Selena hosted/attended “We Day” (a children’s charity that focuses on social change and social injustice), for the third time. Selena wore a necklace which 10% of the costs go to ACLU (an organization to defend human rights). Selena wrote a love letter to the LGBTQ+ community for pride month. Selena also showed support to DACA by writing a public letter & the link posted in her instagram bio. @fatherbrew @forceghostleia