Yeah, women are worthy.
- Jane Foster in What If? #10 (1978)
- Storm in X-Men Annual #9 (1985)
- Rogue in What If? #66 (1994)
- Wonder Woman in DC Versus Marvel #3 (1996)
- Black Widow in What If: Age of Ultron #3 (2014)
THEY ARE WORTHY
neither of them is actually gay
i whisper angrily as i close out yet another tab of slashfic
they both have genuine emotional, romantic, and sexual attractions to women in canon
and genuine emotional, romantic, and sexual relationships with women
so unless you have a damn good theory about how they were faking that the entire time
they’re not gay
#oh my god same though like#when people just make characters gay even though they’ve had canon hetero love interests or whatever like#why#you dont have to do this#there is actually a sexuality specifically for these people#it is not gay#it is bi#they are bisexual#why this (via savingsergeantbarnes)
your tags are just so spot on [sobs into hands]
the casual bi/pan erasure in fandom is so frustrating
FIGURES OF NORSE MYTHOLOGY: VALKYRIESThe Valkyries are beautiful young women, mounted upon winged horses and armed with helmets and spears. They scout battlefields, selecting the bravest of slain warriors and escorting them to Valhalla. In this immense, majestic hall, ruled by Odin, these warriors (the Einherjar) fight, feast, and prepare for the oncoming battle of Ragnarok. The Valkyries are also Odin’s messengers. When they ride forth on their errands, their armor causes the lights known as Aurora Borealis.
i think everytime an angry fan post shows up on my dash, i feel more and more compelled to draw slash even tho I don’t even ship them…
what’s this about respect for the creators and blah blah when these people don’t even respect the fan artists drawing what they like and feel entitled to reblog or express their rude and unwarranted opinion on ‘shit’ like this and feel ‘personally attacked/offended’ by a drawing.
Personally, I feel offended and attacked when someone devalues my artwork to ‘fandom shit’ and myself to a ‘fangirl that ruins everything’.
remember when we were 9 years old and our batman figurines were married to barbies and sometimes had flings with GI Joe and frat parties with ninja turtles but still managed to be cool and fight crime on the side? i mean it didn’t matter then what we interpreted, why does it matter now? are relationships and sexual preference that critical to how cool/badass a superhero is…
superheroes are icons, and if people want to interpret them in ways that make them feel closer to home, who is anyone to say otherwise…
excuse my rant