Interesting child abuse poster
A poster made by The Spanish organization ANAR Foundation (Aid to Children and Adolescents at Risk). They started a new street poster campaign that uses the process of lenticular printing to secretly send a message to abused children without alerting their abusers, even if they’re walking together.
Anyone over 4’5” sees this view, with a caption: “Sometimes, child abuse is only visible to the child suffering it.”
Anyone shorter sees the beaten child version of the poster with another caption saying: “If somebody hurts you, phone us and we’ll help you.”
I love this. This is brilliant.
discovering a NOTP is weird. Like you don’t realize it’s a notp until you see a post and just go
FANFICTION LIBRARY #3 by dominicwrites
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This is just a simple fanfiction library page for your fanfic recs. You can also use this for organizing your paras for those roleplayers out there. There are two versions for this page: one with two boxes aside each other and one with three boxes aside each other. Please don’t tamper with the design unless you know HTML/CSS.
The boxes include a hover feature for the descriptions and information about the fanfic. Keep the description inside of the box. I didn’t put any overflow attribute. But if you’d like then you can go ahead and put it.
I didn’t include a search bar because I’m still rusty on understanding that code, but I will try to integrate it in a later version.
Recommendation: I do recommend that you organize your fanfics by title so that it would be easier to find the fanfics. Unless you have your own system then go for it.
Please do not remove the credit, which is indicated by the red circle.
Miyoshi Umeki with the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Sayonara (1957). She is the first and only Asian woman to win an Academy Award for acting.
She won an Oscar for playing a character who — take a wild guess! — commits suicide after falling in love with a white US American soldier stationed in Japan. The film stars Marlon Brando as a US soldier who is explicitly racist against the Japanese but also sleeps with Japanese women.
As you can see, Miyoshi Umeki wore a kimono to the Oscars, though she was a naturalized US citizen at that time, because, you know, Asian. The next role she landed was the Chinese character Mei Li in the Broadway musical “Flower Drum Song”, and then a recurring TV role as a broken-English-speaking housekeeper.
“The Last of Us” is going to the big screen.
Deadline Hollywood reports that Sony’s Screen Gems production company will distribute the film adaptation of the the wildly popular PlayStation 3 game developed by Naughty Dog, creators of the “Uncharted” series. Neil Druckman, the game’s creative director, will write the script.
Creators of the post-apocalyptic game have cited multiple inspirations, including ”The Road,” and “No Country for Old Men” the film adaptations of two Cormac McCarthy novels. The main characters, Joel and Ellie, are left to navigate a world that’s been ravaged by a fungus that’s turning people into zombies. It’s a hit thanks to its complex story line and stunning graphics, and was rated one of the best games of the year by Metacritic and IGN.
This could be promising on multiple feminist fronts.
The game has attracted attention for its strong female character, Ellie. She’s a precocious teenager who’s modern and multi-faceted. The game even explores themes of female friendship: Naughty Dog’s latest downloadable chapter focuses on Ellie’s relationship with her best friend, Riley.
Anita Sarkeesian of Feminist Frequency has published multiple videos explaining sexist tropes in video games, such as the damsel in distress, or the Ms. Male character.
Plus, there aren’t many female-driven story lines in Hollywood movies these days as Cate Blanchett and Meryl Streep noted recently. A movie version of “The Last of Us” means a highly-visible and meaty role for the lucky actress who lands the part.
The drive between Katsu and home is 8+ hours for my group and we were split between two cars.
Eventually on the way home this started happening.
My team consisted of Drillbot, pwstealldpinchd, and lychgate.
Meesh’s team consisted of herself, Swoz, Jadeb0t and Thetadoctor.
Coming up with ‘D. Gravy Man’ is my proudest punning moment yet.
Oh my Christ why is this going around again.
YES WHO BROUGHT THIS BACK I WAS JUST THINKING ABOUT THIS
those fans who ruin whole fandom’s image