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so I really want to find one specific fanfic and I forget what it called so I dunno what else to do than ask you guys,

it’s loki-centric and it isn’t shippy, it starts out after infinity war and explains how he came back from death, later I think that he and thor are staying in hotel for a bit and thor just can’t stop drinking and loki ends up just packing his stuff and leaving. he goes to… Norway, I think? and gets himself a cottage. blah blah some shit happens and he develops an eating disorder not because he’s insecure but because he was so depressed that he refused to eat until it became a huge problem. someone finds him and gets him back to thor in new asgard. more shit happens and he actually joins the avengers into going back in time.

that’s all I remember tbh

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Today marks the birthdate of Cliff Edwards, aka Ukelele Ike, aka voice actor of Jiminy Cricket (Pinocchio) and Jim Crow (Dumbo). Needless to mention he was also the original singer of our most treasured and beloved theme song, “When You Wish Upon a Star”. As Pinocchio and Dumbo are two of my most favorite classics, Cliff’s involvement in Disney means a great deal to me! Those roles are both legendary; he always be recognized as an important part of the Disney family and history.

Continue to rest in peace, Cliff! You’ve been gone for 32 years now, but will forever be in our hearts. You were the first to make famous a song that is today so very sentimental to Disnerds across the globe. Jiminy’s moral standards and determination to do what is right has stopped so many youths from telling fibs or participating in unjust acts…you brought that character to life– today, he lives on! Your voice will have a lasting impression on the Disney community for years to come. Cliff indeed was said to have went down a treacherous path with drug and alcohol abuse in his personal life, but Walt Disney Productions was there with him every step of the way, paying it forward (literally) by providing for him in his medical bills. Walt, his studios, and company were there in support of him until the very end…the rest of us will be too, as his name stays with us.

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I can’t just tell him that.  I can’t.  I literally, absolutely, cannot - under an circumstances! - tell him that.  There’s…There’s pride at stake?  And my reputation?  And probably a million other things that can be seen as a microagression but I don’t care.  I’m not telling him.  I will literally prop my eyelids open with toothpicks, if I have to.  He’s not winning this, he’s not, because if he wins now, he’s going to hold it against me.  I lose Al as an excuse.  Keep it together, Stark, keep ‘em open, pal.  You got this.  You’ve been skipping out on sleep for - don’t think the years, don’t think the years - a long time.  Bucky Barnes is not winning this just because he thinks he has you figured out.

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The way Yennefer was written in Netflix Witcher was horrendous and wildly ableist. I keep seeing posts and gif sets of her going through the transformation and lauding her as a badass which is fucked up on so many levels. There was nothing empowering about her (a disabled woman) going through an intensely painful surgery while awake in order to become able bodied. Even worse is the fact that the surgery left her sterile. This ties straight into eugenics where disabled women and women of color would be forcibly or unknowingly sterilized during routine procedures. She was abused into thinking that there was something wrong with her which caused her to hate her body so much that she underwent a horribly traumatic event to “fix” it. And then when she is angry about her infertility (as she has a complete right to be) she is told she knew the price and that she wouldn’t make a good mother anyway. Again, reinforcing the idea that disabled women cannot and should not be mothers. This is voiced several times by the man who supposedly loves her and instead of portraying her anger at her sterilization as reasonable we view her wish as irrational. Yennefer is a deeply tragic character and she is not a badass because she underwent a traumatic procedure to become beautiful and powerful. She’s a badass because she was constantly abused by the people who were supposed to protect and care for her and experienced deeply traumatic events and yet she still keeps going and fighting.

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