That gazebo is so fucked
Are you sure gazebo is the correct word?
idk why you’re confused, that poor gazebo needs help
IT GOT BETTER
No, I don’t. I’m actually part of this really weird group of people who think people should be held accountable for their own actions. I think that women aren’t to be blamed for the bad things men do. Cersei has done plenty of terrible things in her life, don’t go around and blame her because Jaime isn’t perfect. (He’s human, surprise! Capable of both good and bad acts. He hasn’t been “polluted” by anyone.)
Also friendly reminder:
Cersei had given him no end of grief afterward, when the boy refused to die. “He was seven, Jaime,” she berated him. ”Even if he understood what he saw, we should have been able to frighten him into silence.
Cersei bears no blame for what happened to Bran. She didn’t ask for Jaime to push him out the window. She didn’t tell him to do it. Hell, she isn’t even the one who wanted to go up to that tower. Jaime was.
And even if Cersei told him to push a child out of a window, it’s Jaime’s responsibility to say no. He’s an adult. He is capable of making his own life choices. Stop absolving him of the things he has done wrong and forcing them onto Cersei so you feel better about liking him.
Want to know why Jaime will never be a traditional knight in shining armor?
He’s a Lannister. They threaten to trebuchet babies to force surrender, that’s just what they do. He was raised by Tywin who once literally drowned babies to make a point about crossing House Lannister.
Also Jaime’s glossy eyed idealism about “wanting to be Ser Arthur Dayne” is a heaping dose of hero worship. He knows Ser Arthur did nothing while the Queen was being raped. All the knights of the Kingsguard did. It’s kind of the point of “there are no true knights.” that no one is a fairy tale knight.
Jaime is human he can be good, he can be bad. Don’t give him credit for the good stuff he’s done, and then blame someone else for the bad.
tl;dr: stop blaming female characters for the shit men do 2k14
I object to the Lannister comment. Given the opportunity, Tyrion totally would have been a knight in shining armor.
Also, when did a world of characters who are purposely portrayed as the worst that humanity has to offer become subject to ideal western morality? They are all scheming loads of shit. Except the younger Starks AFAIK.
Tyrion also murders people and has people murdered. Tyrion also uses threats against children to their parents to get what he wants. Tyrion can be as bad a person as either of his siblings. He can also be good. Tyrion is human. Surprise! Tyrion is a multifaceted complex human being.
Also this idea that morality is grey and therefor you can’t call things bad or good is a load of shit. Jaime shoved a kid out of a window. Bad. His reasons may have been understandable but it’s bad. Jaime wants to punch his sister’s teeth in with his golden hand. Bad. Jaime threatened to catapult a newborn baby into the walls of Riverrun. Bad.
While some of these actions can be justified, ( though certainly not the thoughts of violence towards his sister / lover) that doesn’t make them any less wrong.
I don’t think it’s “western morality” to say don’t push a kid to his death that’s not okay. don’t think about beating your sister’s teeth in, that’s not okay. don’t threaten to kill babies, that’s not okay.
Whether you’re bad to the bone or just a complicated antihero with occasionally violent intentions, this is a mix for women who walk the wild side.
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How does it feel that literally every piece of technology you’ve touched was made in part by trans women? :3
Lynn Conway, a trans woman, helped improve processor performance, making it possible to make them smaller while outputting the same amount of power as a larger one, and Sophie Wilson, a trans woman, designed the Acorn micro computer while also helped pioneer the ARM processor.
Without the help of these two trans women, we wouldn’t have the iPhones and laptops we have today.
hermione relaxing after a long day of being the brightest witch of her age
you know, i’m a raging lesbian and i was never distracted by what other girls in my classes were wearing in high school. this is a male problem, not an “attracted to women” problem.
This is an “inability to respect women” problem.
Which is a male problem.
when u start liking the antagonist