ZThemes
I drive a unique train of thought.
Born in October 10.
Interests include: Skulduggery Pleasant. Young Justice. Once Upon A Time. American Horror Story. Legend of Korra. Adventure Time. Pokemon. Rise of the Guardians. Fullmetal Alchemist. Kuroshitsuji. Naruto Shippuden. Silent Hill. Resident Evil. Food. Comics. Attractive People. And other stuff. Currently a College Student, BS Psychology major. A little busy at times so do not expect a load of posts from me.
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inspired by [x]

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Probably the most badass moment in Son of Batman.

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glassesanddreads:

what did sarah say to the german? katja later

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Alison Hendrix in 2x01

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There’s a light in all of us

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Tagged #Orphan Black

alisonhendrinks:

Orphan Black Clones as Animals

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sharkodactyl:

an unfortunate time to discover your sexuality

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crazyintheeast:

Regular Shows

Female character

  • Oh my god I have feelings for another girl. Am I a lesbian?
  • Oh my god I slept with another girl
  • Drama
  • Anxiety
  • We must hide this
  • What will people say
  • What will my family say
  • How do I deal with this

 Orphan Black

 Delphine

  • I have feelings for another girl
  • Hmm well sexuality is a spectrum..
  • Give me some sugar baby
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lifehackable:

More (x)

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ursulatheseabitchh:

The last three Disney films that starred POC were the Emperor’s New Groove in 2000, Brother Bear in 2003 and Princess and the Frog in 2009.

What did they have in common?

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Exactly.

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+ Have you ever wondered why you have so many gay and bisexual characters on your dash and then realize it’s because Canada knows how to make good shows with gay/bisexual characters where their sexuality isn’t their defining trait or a central point in the show (Lost Girl, Rookie Blue, Orphan Black, Bomb Girls) while it seems that the U.S. just loves to make shows that create subtext between two women (Xena: Warrior Princess, Rizzoli & Isles, Warehouse 13, Once Upon A Time)? Cause even though I already knew this, putting it into words made me wonder why American producers aren’t taking notes from Canadian producers.

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