- First Male African American lead in an animated film from Disney
- First Female Asian lead since Mulan
- First Asian Male Lead to star in a film from Disney
- A Film about Superheroes where over half the team are People of Color and representative of different cultures.
- Non sexulaized costumes for the female members of the team.
"OMG SHE LOOKS LIKE RAPUNZEL WOW DISNEY SO LAZY"
I refuse to refer to myself and other women as “cis women” no, we’re just women.
Well then trans women should be referred to as just women, too.
- can’t speak their own language
- can only speak some of their language
- are trying to learn and reclaim their own language
- learned a colonizer’s language as their first and/or only language
Well I finally sat down and watched The Fault in Our Stars and I just want you to know, John Green, it’s a good thing I hardly wear mascara. I know books aren’t meant to be realities, but so help me, I hope and I pray I get to know how it feels to experience an infinity amount of love in just a four letter word spoken aloud with as much sincerity and honesty as Hazel Grace and Gus were able to share.
— Kurt Vonnegut (via yasodhara)