#this is not an exaggeration okay #children do say this #children do wonder why they can’t find themselves in the media #don’t fucking tell me it doesn’t matter #it matters so much #children NEED to see themselves represented #or else they grow up feeling inferior and not worthy
THIS IS FROM AGENTS OF SHIELD YOU COMPLETE ARSE
SCREW YOU TUMBLR, OKAY THE KID NEVER SAID THAT THE LEGIT LINE IS “I’m okay” THIS KID’S FAMILY REALLY POOR OKAY AND HE DIDN’T WANT HIS DAD TO SPEND MONEY FOR HIS BIRTHDAY GOD DAMN IT
GET OUT OF HERE WITH YOUR PRETENTIOUS SOCIAL JUSTICE BLOGGING
IS THIS FOR REAL HAHAHA I JUST LAUGHED MYSELF TO DEATH BYE
DOESN’T STOP IT FROM MAKING A POINT, YOU IDIOTS.
DON’T DISMISS A BIG SOCIAL ISSUE OCCURRING AS WE SPEAK JUST BECAUSE “lol, that is not the real quote so everything about what this post was trying to say is social justice stupiiiiid”
That is a point more people should realize it a legit problem and everything. I get it.
But what I don’t get is why this person felt the need to use a scene from a famous TV show? To make their point more ‘moving’ or to get more attention for it?
I think social justice blogging is stupid when they have to use fake worded gifs to try and get attention. Most people who aren’t in the fandom will see just the wording on the gif and think ‘omfg, better not watch that show’.
If you want to make a point, don’t use fake worded gifs to try and get it fucking across.
Also, on this subject. Yes, most of the well known super hero’s are white but do not make it sound like there is no black/ tan/ dark skin/ ect hero. I’ll admit it, I wish more of these guys were more well known and hopefully in the future, they will be.
^Guy from Small ville.
Here’s a even longer list for people who don’t know.