If your concern is that you as a man aren’t given space in feminism instead of the fact that women aren’t given space anywhere but feminism, then you are not a feminist ally. You’re an egotistical whiny dude. —
And also, men prove that women aren’t actually “given” the space of feminism every single time they demand inclusion in it.
caircoke said: Hi! My daughter (7) and I both love Princeless, as well as your MLPs. As we read the Pinkie/Luna issue yesterday, she asked for the millionth time if I thought you would ever make a Princess Adrienne action figure. So I'm asking! She is white, blond, and blue-eyed and is not interested in her Wonder Woman action figure (pretty sure your "women warrior collection" takedown was more clear to her than my academic articles on gender and comics). So, any chance of a little Adrienne?
I. WOULD. LOVE. to make an Adrienne action figure. Making action figures/dolls of the Princeless cast is one of my closely held wishes.
Sadly, making those things is pretty dark expensive and all of it is right up front. Paying for somebody to make the mold on those is way expensive. If I could find a way to do it at a price that makes sense considering the number of books Princeless generally sells, I would do it in a minute. Unfortunately, we’re not there quite yet. But that is a hope for the future.
And anyone who has an inside track on making action figures, feel free to hit me up about this and tell me what you know!
I wasn’t lying earlier I totally drew america in the commander rogers uniform because I have a problemRosa from Brooklyn Nine Nine in this role, doe.
If America Chavez was aged up in the MCU, I would be 1000% for Stephanie Beatriz in the part.
Gymnast Gabby Douglas attends Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Awards 2014 at UCLA’s Pauley Pavilion on July 17, 2014
SHE LOOKS SO BEAUTIFUL
Such a lovely and poised young lady.
(Source: soph-okonedo, via crazygirrl5)
This is ALL her hair. No Photoshop, just purely Natural.
Her Beauty is Unmatched
Anonymous said: What's storm day?
The first issue of the new “Storm” ongoing series is out today! GO to a comic shop and support this book!
In this episode, my friend Erin and I pump writer Jeremy Whitley for top-secret My Little Pony information and discuss his self-rescuing princess story, Princeless, from Action Lab Entertainment. …
Witness! Jeremy is interviewed by a nine-year-old girl and Katy Rex of End of the Universe Comics about Princesses, ponies, and other pink and frilly things!