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"I’d like you to think about the fact that we Autistics see things every day that make us hurt, weep, scared, angry. Think about what your life would be like if you felt like you had to hide from the news and newspapers to avoid seeing the awful things people say about you every day. And think about how you would feel if you were hiding from the media and still had to hear those things anyway, whether it was from overhearing conversations other people were having on the bus or in the doctor’s waiting room, things you saw in books that weren’t even about autism, things that popped up on television shows you used to think were fun to watch until they mentioned you in horrible ways, etc. That is what autism awareness brings."

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-UnstrangeMind on why autism “awareness” doesn’t help without acceptance

http://unstrangemind.wordpress.com/2014/04/10/awareness-versus-acceptance/

(via neurodiversitysci)

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IM LAUGHING SO HARD AT ALL THE SELF PROMOS HOLY SHIT

'Noah' screenwriter attempts to explain why everyone in his movie is white. "The race of individuals doesn't matter."

racebending:

If you’ve seen Darren Aronofsky’s Noah, you may have noticed something a little weird about the semi-Biblical, semi-apocalyptic cast of the movie: they’re all white. Even the extras.

In an interview with The Higher Calling, Noah screenwriter Ari Handel spoke about the reasoning behind the lack of racial diversity in the cast.

“From the beginning, we were concerned about casting, the issue of race. What we realized is that this story is functioning at the level of myth, and as a mythical story, the race of the individuals doesn’t matter. They’re supposed to be stand-ins for all people. Either you end up with a Bennetton ad or the crew of the Starship Enterprise. You either try to put everything in there, which just calls attention to it, or you just say, ‘Let’s make that not a factor, because we’re trying to deal with everyman.’

Looking at this story through that kind of lens is the same as saying, ‘Would the ark float and is it big enough to get all the species in there?’ That’s irrelevant to the questions because the questions are operating on a different plane than that; they’re operating on the mythical plane.”

In summary, white people are stand-ins “for all people,” and no other race could possibly qualify for “everyman” status. Ari Handel’s reasoning is that the only way to dispense with the issue of racism is to remove everyone who isn’t white. Asking what happened to all the other races is akin to nitpicking about whether the arc would float or not. It’s just silly, OK? “The race of individuals doesn’t matter,” which is why they made absolutely sure that all of those individuals were white. Or something.

Unintentionally, Handel managed to illustrate everything that’s wrong with the ongoing attitude towards casting actors of color in major Hollywood movies. White people are the norm, and everyone else is just a distraction. God forbid anyone attempt to be as diverse as the cast of the Star Trek, which debuted in 1966 and included a grand total of two non-white characters.

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Normative whiteness at work.

(Source: hellotailor)

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“I got into the Captain America costume! I am pleased to say it fits rather well. Didn’t have to make any alterations… I played Loki, dressed as Captain America. Chris was so game. Chris Evans doing an impression of Loki doing an impression of Captain America. It’s kind of amazing.” - Tom Hiddleston

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  • Olivia Dunham picspam per episode - 1x09 "The Dreamscape"
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Someone stuck a plunger on the back of a chicken FOR SCIENCE.How do I get that job? Why was that career path never laid out for me when I was in middle school?
moniquill:

Someone stuck a plunger on the back of a chicken FOR SCIENCE.How do I get that job? Why was that career path never laid out for me when I was in middle school?

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walter bishop, fringe season three

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"I am tired, not of arguing in favour of equality, diversity and tolerance, but of having to explain, over and over and over again, why such arguments are still necessary, only to have my evidence casually dismissed by someone too oblivious to realise that their dismissal of the problem is itself a textbook example of the fucking problem. I am tired of being mocked by hypocrites who think that a single lazy counterexample is sufficient to debunk the fifteen detailed examples they demanded I produce before they’d even accept my point as a hypothetical, let alone valid, argument. I am tired of assholes who think that playing Devil’s Advocate about an issue alien to their experience but of deep personal significance to their interlocutor makes them both intellectually superior and more rationally objective on the specious basis that being dispassionate is the same as being right (because if they can stay calm while savagely kicking your open wound, then clearly, you have no excuse for screaming)."