btchflcks:

“Gravity and the Impact of Its Unique Female Hero” by Megan Kearns
Another reason Dr. Stone as a character matters? We need to see more women scientists on-screen. There are still few women scientists, when compared to the number of men, and female scientists are paid far less than their male colleagues. Young girls aren’t encouraged to participate in STEM fields. They need to see female role models. When Kowalski asks Dr. Stone, “What kind of a name is Ryan?,” she tells him that her father always wanted a boy. It’s a brief gender commentary on how society gives preferential treatment to boys. Dr. Stone works in an extremely male-dominated field. Her father bestowed a masculine name upon her all because he wanted a child of a different gender. This interestingly parallels director Alfonso Cuaron’s own struggle to feature a female protagonist as the studio wanted him to change the lead’s gender. Thankfully, he refused.
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jonroru:

"GRAVITY"

canaba:

Society towards bisexuals

I love my skin!

sodamnrelatable:

i found an image that accurately describes my drive and motivation in life

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little-sugar-kitten:

fuckyeah-nerdery:

ronfancy:

THEY HAVE NUBS INSTEAD OF LEGS.

THEIR TUMMIES ARE ALMOST TOUCHING THE GROUND.

MY HEART