you said that you’d send me a HAPPY cherik headcanon you blatant LIAR
I am sensing hostility.
Um, I am going to make this clear in my ask box please don’t request for McFassy, or anything that involves real life people for me.
I personally do not find it appealing to pair up people in real life romantically unless they are in a relationship
I am sorry if that’s your thing but I just feel uncomfortable with it.
Get your bloody dick off my shoulder, wanker. (x)
Charrrrleesss LOOK AT THIS STADIUM I BROUGHT FROM PHILY~
Erik PUT THAT BACK
happy bday seadeepspace you giant nerd here is your cherik
(pretty sure erik would never do this but im taking artistic liberties here)
THIS IS THE BEST BIRTHDAY GIFT EVER.
THIS IS THE BEST.
O HMYGOD PAIGE I LVOEY OU ILOVEYOU
I LOVE HER SO MUCH. THIS IS THE BEST. LOOK AT IT
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if you want any style I have done before please tell me we can make that happen for you!Things I won’t/can’t do
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* real life women of color should matter more than a metaphor.
Only half of that answer made on the reply. but I don’t think you understood the point of the conversation. I in no way implied that women of colour matter less then the fiction that depicts them.
The point of media culture wtih different races and metaphors is to depict their struggles with fictional characters so they can see representation with in themselves.
People even boycotted X-men comics because it was trying to help readers understand the treatment towards African Americans and POC during that time period.
To person who wrote in my inbox is most likely not my follower and mostly likely not going to see this but I want to make an open conversation to any of my followers who are black and how they feel
”hey, so that x-men fanart you made to accompany ‘many moons’ by janelle monae… that’s really not appropriate. the song is specifically about the struggles that black women have faced from slavery through jim crow to today, and how our ‘post-race’ society is more racist than ever. using those lyrics for white men is not okay.” - tumblr user.
Now I want to point out the song is about persecution and hate towards POC. Yes during the black movement in your case Jim Crow (and I would say Pre considering slavery as a whole in North America)
But again there is a reason why I chose this song not because of the lyrics alone.
X-men are a representation of the Black movement. I will acknowledge that visually the xmen are obviously not black (except for the ones who are Bishop, Storm and more) but that they represent the movement.
Charles Xavier as one of the white guys you liked to point out is a representation of Martin Luther King Jr while Magnus aka Erik Len aka Bucket Head Magneto is Malcom X. Those who used peaceful tactics and integration instead of segregation. He lived a different life than Malcom X who believed in any actions necessary.
Both wanted black rights and civil rights but two had very different paths to do it.
Same with the X-men.
Raven/Mystique is clearly hated/feared by humans by the colour of her skin and her abilities.
Erik is an ex-holocaust survivor, yes he is white but he is also Jewish a minority still today
This song was about persecution of black people and their race.
I took it to talk about the persecution of mutant race.
I want your input followers
So I was re-watching The Hobbit Unexpected Journey.
When the Eagles save them the song Flight of the Eagles reminds me and sounds very familiar to Arwen’s Fate. Where Arwen watches Aragorn die while she continues to live and linger on.
And I couldn’t help notice as Bilbo watches Thorin …
Both watch their Kings die and linger on the world.
I also realized Pippin was singing that to Denethor at the time where he was going mad. Bilbo is watching Thorin going mad.
As well both of them watch as they sent their heirs off to die.