“In a gender-equal world, Beyoncé could strut her stuff freely because she wouldn’t have to prove her intelligence, even if she was shimmying in a tight-fitting dress. Men have the liberty of shaking their hips without their intelligence being questioned, but women don’t.”
— Elizabeth Plank, Beyonce doesn’t have to choose between her sexuality and feminism (via micdotcom)
Yes, but would men then be free of having to put rings on everything they like?
The Zarbi and the other denizens of Vortis were among the first “One hit monsters” in the series, but like so many of them, they enjoyed a long like in other media. There have been additional adventures featuring the creatures in the comics, audio plays and prose novels. Every alien is SOMEbody’s favorite.
The Web Planet continues tonight on Retro TV.
Anonymous said: If Arishem, Galactus, Shuma Gorath, Dormammu, Death and Exitar teamed up against Squirrel Girl, who would win?
Is this even a legitimate question?
Don’t worry, if it’s not a legitimate question, your brain has a way to shut itself down to protect itself.
Nowadays Doctor Who has choreographers like Alisa Berk who helps create the gaits, marches and shambles of the various monsters on the show. That started back in the Hartnell years when Australian mime and choreographer Roslyn De Winter was hired to create the distinctive movements and stilted speech of the Menoptera. She was so successful that the production team asked her to take on the role of the Menoptera Vrestin (which she accepted).
You can see this classic adventure tonight on retro TV. This is one of the episodes not currently available on DVD in the US, so it’s a GREAT chance to catch up on a rare adventure.
"Where do you think you are? Look around you. You’ve made it. The Promised Land.
P a r a d i s e.”
Take a bunch of The Doctor’s enemies.
Put them someplace where they think they’re going to be safe and/or happy.
Then tell them The Doctor is coming to destroy it all.
Sit back and wait.
Via Official Doctor Who Tumblr
Written in the STARS!
It took decades, but Goldust finally found the yin to his yang, his soulmate, and someone who will never forget the name Goldust. Unfortunately for The Bizarre One, Stardust loves to hiss and hurl stars in his direction.
I’d like this to be the last time you talk about Goldust’s yang, thank you.
By all rights, shouldn’t this clip be the entire length of the movie?
Via Cap'n Carrot