#CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT #SO BEAUTIFUL #A CHILDISH SNOTTY ATTITUDE #A TEEN THAT DIDN’T RESPECT HOW AMAZING SHE WAS #HAS LEARNED NOT ONLY TO RESPECT OTHERS #BUT RESPECT HERSELF #AND BE PROUD OF EVERY ACHIEVEMENT AND FALL #POPULARITY DOESN’T MATTER ANYMORE #BUT HER FRIENDS DO #DAMN #DAMNMN SON
In the game of bitches, there was only one queen bitch. But at least Chloe was honest, even if it hurt.
Lucy Fry at the Vampire Academy Premiere in Sydney, Australia on February 20th, 2014
G.D Anderson (via fawcettstudent)
I really love this quote. And I think it is very useful when thinking about female characters in media.
The idea that we need to “make women stronger” is exactly the problem with the “Strong Female Character” trope.This idea that every single lady in a film must be a gun wielding, kung fu master assassin bad ass with a boy and arrow is fundamentally flawed.
Because, yes, we do need more female characters who can kick ass and take names.
But we also need narratives that focus on and empower female characters who are strong in other ways. You don’t need to make a dragon infested castle explode to be an empowered and empowering female character.
the power of three will set us free
I was on a pretty awful side of tumblr today and I saw someone talking about how “boys will be boys”, so now its story time. Yay! When I was 8 this boy in my class used to lift up my skirt whenever I walked past him and when I told the teacher she told me to ignore him and that “boys will be…
Zoey, Dom and Lucy Barnes & Nobles (x)