by Rudy Faber
idk what it is about Sam but he’s giving me fuckboy feels rn. Maybe it;s Jared bleeding through.
;snorts. probably. i need to catch up on spn this season.
You are my son. But somewhere out there you have another father, who gave you another name. And he sent you here for a reason, Clark. And even if it takes you the rest of your life you owe it to yourself to find out what that reason is.
are you watching the new season?
in the process of watching it now. i’m on the second episode rn
water u doing?
but if they have sex, jenny dies
i have a plan for that: obvs jenny is connected to the supernatural realm, so if she dies, she’ll come back anyway.
did they make toph a yoda?
i might be here for this.
bc she is my fav.
of almost everything.
someone on my dash ships diana & clark.
In which Legend’s very own Day is a flirt
(like, when isn’t he?)
Art by Marie Lu
legend characters + urban dictionary definitions
inspired by (x)
One of my favorite things about Wonder Woman, truly, is that she isn’t some isolated solo bad ass.
There is no brooding, Bat Man like “loner” streak in her. She has no Supermany “Fortress of Solitude.” No, while Diana may sometimes be separated from her fellow Amazons, she never shuns them in self inflicted monkery.
Rather, spectacularly, Diana revels in her sisterhoods. Whether with her fellow Amazons, or with other heroes, or with her human friends, like Candy. Wonder Woman’s enduring sense of Camaraderie, of fellowship, of solidarity and sisterhood is truly noble, and it’s one of my favorite things about her.
She’s not concerned with being better than other women. She is not jealous of other women’s successes and strengths. She has no deep broody desire to prove herself worthy. She is filled to the brim with self confidence and EAGER to embrace other women as her sisters.
Self Confidant, dedicated to justice, and embracing sisterhood with all other women: All feminists should aspire to be as wondrous as Wonder Woman.