The world beyond my laptop is currently kicking my ass so I’m going on a temporary hiatus. I should be back in a fortnight or two. I just need to catch up on homework and recover from the cold I’ve had for three weeks first. Also; a new chapter of Leave Me At The Shore is set to automatically post before the end of March so check in every so often if you’ve been waiting for the next installment. Until then keep those inbox fic requests coming and stay amazing!
8 facts about the Harry Potter Movies.
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I DONT THINK THE LAST ONE WAS NECESSARY THANKS
I’m just going to pretend she absolutely did put dudley in the epilogue, and that he and Harry work through their issues and become quite close, and that Petunia (but not Vernon) overcomes her hatred and bigotry to love her grandchild, and even show affection toward Harry. And sometimes, when Vernon is working or golfing, she’ll have them round for tea. And she writes Harry a letter one day, apologizing for all the hell she put him through, and for the way she thought of her poor sister.
Also, re the Voldemort can’t love bit. He was also a bloody sociopath.
This was such an important line to me. They never once used Angela as a black stereotype but they didn’t try to erase her identity as a black woman either. Nor did they make her being the black girl the only thing about her. She was quirky, wrote poetry, colored her hair and she cried. She was in equal measures strong and vulnerable. She was desired, full of insecurity and confidence. The only time any of the usual stereotypical TV troops about black women were brought into play they were used in a satirical way to make fun of how little the characters around her knew about being a Woc because they weren’t Woc and even then there was no hostility or alienation on either parts. Angela was a complex black girl, with complex relationships and a realistic personality/sense of identity and her character was just really important to me.
How to fix the nursing shortage.
This is the cutest CPR ever.