what ableism is
- actively making fun of disabled people
- deliberately triggering someone’s mental illnesses (such as doing something to mess with their ocd, or trying to trigger a mood swing if they’re bipolar, trying to trigger a breakdown if they have anxiety issues)
- asking a disabled person to do something they obviously can’t for the sake of humor and cheap laughs
- using them as the butt of a joke
what ableism isn’t
- a teenager calling someone on the internet stupid
hi i’m peter man i mean i’m spider parker i mean fuck
Americans pronouncing it ‘Noo-tella’ as if it were made from fucking hazelnoots.
Everyone says they was to see Cap pick up Thor’s hammer in AoU, but everyone knows that Cap’s a good guy.
No, what I want is for Natasha to pick it up. In the heat of battle, and it lands beside her, and she gets cornered so she grabs for a piece of debris to attack with and she just swings it completely without meaning too.
Then she realises that maybe she’s good, maybe she’s wiped out the red in her ledger.
Maybe she’ll realise that she’s a hero.
(What if: Age of Ultron #3)
People seem to forget that being Worthy of Mjolnir has nothing to do with how “good” a person is, but is instead reliant upon a person’s willingness to do what needs to be done in the name of justice and the common good.
Natasha Romanov is a killer. There’s no if’s, and’s, or but’s about it. She is a master assassin. However, she fights in the name of justice. She does bad things for a good purpose. That is what makes her Worthy. She knows the price of peace, and she’s willing to pay it.
tom hiddleston, michael fassbender, and benedict cumberbatch greet a gathering of small marine life
Liz Climo on Tumblr.
I just bought my Wonder Woman comic and these were the last two pages. Wonder woman makes me extremely happy.
AND SHE GAVE HIM A PIECE OF THE LASSO OF TRUTH I CAN’T.
This is so important.
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