women are literally raised to be subordinate and malnourished and live in fear of murder and rape so no i am not going to feel bad for men having to live up to masculinity which were set in place by men to, again, keep women subordinate
you are literally complaining about having the better end of the stick and it makes me sick to my stomach you can choke on your spoon
bisexual guys are assumed to be secretly gay
bisexual girls are assumed to be secretly straight
both are assumed to secretly like men
see what i’m getting at?
Don’t forget that gay men are gay because they lacked a “strong male figure”. And lesbians either haven’t found the right man or are gay because of a guy.
this is the most uncomfortable and awkward photoset i think ive ever seen what are they trying to do here
idk man I’d burn that shirt too
preferably with the person still wearing it
From what I recall the guy burning it is a model who had to wear that shirt for a shoot, and once it was done he burned the stupid thing.
Ok: A few reasons why Osgood would make a perfect companion for the Doctor:
1) She has absolute faith in the Doctor. She has likely never met him before, but she is absolutely sure on multiple occasions that he will make everything better. She doesn’t question or wonder, she truly believes that the Doctor will save her.
2) She’s damned clever. She figures out within -seconds- of reporting the analysis of the stone dust why the statues were destroyed. Not only that but then she tries to save her colleague by -calmly- warning him, inspite of being obviously terrified, that they are in danger.
3) She was threatened, attacked, and generally abused by the Zygons, and yet still, when the Doctor’s memory loss trick was wearing off, she not only helped her Zygon twin whilst they were experiencing an asthma attack, but also kept the fact that they had established who was who a secret, because she knew how important the treaty being established around them was. Even after everything they put her through, she understood the Doctor’s plan, how important the treaty was, and displayed instant compassion at the sight of her attacker in distress.
4) Even though she’s painted as being ‘not conventionally pretty’ (rolls eyes) and is generally a stand up stereotypical ‘geek’, she kicks butt. Look at her with that scarf!
The Doctor needs someone like her. Someone he can’t talk down to, someone intelligent and sensitive, extremely brave, who can remind him not all human girls want to get into his boxer shorts, some of them just want to be good.
I love that she embodies the fan so well. Yes, it’s annoying that they went for the ‘not conventionally pretty’ angle, but put that fact aside, because this is a beautifully crafted character. This is a girl who’s plagued by an inferiority complex, who doubts her self worth, who doesn’t realise how brilliant she is, just like us. She thinks she’s not good enough, and this scene is Moffat telling us that, just like him when he was younger, a victim to bullies, and self doubt, the Doctor gave him hope, and the Doctor can make you strong, and the Doctor can allow you to embrace who you are, but the Doctor can only do so much. The Doctor teaches you to be your own hero, not wait for someone else. While the Doctor will always be with you, it won’t always be physically, but no matter how old you are, whether you’re male or female or otherwise, no matter what walk of earth you come from, you can always be your own Doctor. And that’s why I loved Osgood so much.
OH MY GOD. OH MY GOD! I THINK HE’S HIDING A BONER. LOOK CLOSELY NEXT TO HIS ZIPPER IN THE SECOND GIF. IS THAT NOT HIS DICK SLIDING OVER?!! HHHNNNNNGGG!