It’s not about the actor… it’s about what the actor represents, which is the fact that at some point, the creators of this film decided that there was no brown person good enough to play a character which is a brown person.
And that’s f—- bullshit. That’s insulting to every non-white actor working on the planet, and it’s insulting to every non-white person in the potential audience. That’s it. That’s all it’s about." - defcock: i’m going to try to keep this simple. writes “People being upset about Star Trek’s racefail has nothing to do with [Cumberbatch] as an actor or as a person. you don’t have to defend him.” (via racebending)
Joan Chen as Josie Packard in the pilot episode of Twin Peaks, 1990
Ferdinando Galli Bibiena. Design for One-Quarter of a Ceiling-elaborate Architectural Ornament in Perspective.
Stilinski, what the hell is wrong with your friend?
Xavier Dolan. Candy Magazine (2013)
This Explains Everything
I’m really proud of this one guys
So I was just rewatching one of the best television shows of all time.
- Out Of A Whole Planet’s Population, One Hero Will Be Chosen: It’s Probably Going To Be A White Dude
because it feels good in the moment, but you’re really only screwing yourself.
congratulations on being the first person i have ever given this medal to
by Michael Myers.
via Marlene Doll.