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  • Judith: Oh hey Corinne.

    Corinne, internally: There they are. The best sibling in the world. I love them. Fuck I just want to protect them and support them for the rest of my life.

    Corinne, out loud: What the FUCK do you want?

    #my posts#corinne#Judith#sso #judith & corinne sibling stuff
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  • When Scott left Judith put her arm around Yvette and Squeezed her affectionately. 

    Judith: You were perfect! You did everything spot on. I am so proud of you.

    Yvette: Flattery will get you everywhere, so what are we going to do next? I like the sarcastic one. He reminds me of Van Duson. Can I have him for me.

    Judith: As soon as Scott is mine, the other one is yours to do with as you see fit, but, don’t get too attached to him. His time on this world… its not for much longer.

    Yvette: This is kind of fun. Thrilling almost.

    Judith: Just you wait Vetty. The fun you’ll have, you see, us vamps aren’t so bad after all. Now, what say we go out and get someone to eat?

    Yvette: Sounds like a plan.

    #ts4#ts4 story#sims 4 #sims 4 story #Tales From the District #season 1#finance#judith#yvette#KSU
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  • Yvette came storming into the room next.

    Yvette: Just what the hell do you think you’re doing!? Shouting at my friend like she’s some kind of criminal! 

    Det Morris: On the contrary “Judith’s friend” whatever your name is. A man, an innocent man, has been found murdered face down in the river. We need to find out who killed him, why, and then the regional attorney can put this killer behind bars where they belong!

    Yvette: Judith doesn’t know shit about a killer. Can’t you see she’s deeply upset?! Or don’t you even care?!

    Det Morris: Yeah, course she is. Tell ya what, we’ll leave our card if you remember anything or whatever… give us a call, yadda yadda yadda… you know the drill. C’mon Scott, lets get back to the station.

    Det Barker: Get the car, I’ll deal with this before they file a complaint about us…

    ***

    Vince stormed off harrumphing. Scott approached Judith carefully she was still crying and visibly upset. Yvette stood unimpressed and annoyed with both detectives.

    Det Barker: I’m sorry about him, he’s an asshole to everybody even his own mom. 

    Judith: Yeah, course he is…

    Det Barker: Look, I know this must be hard to take, but we will do everything we can to find this killer and bring them down, I want you to know that. And honestly Jude, if you think of anything you need to tell us as soon as possible.

    Judith: Tell you? Tell you?!!? I don’t believe this… all I am to you is a damn informant when you need me to be, and a convenient lay as well!?

    Det Barker: No Judith, no that’s not…

    ***

    Judith turned round and gave Scott a fake woman push like a feeble ordinary woman may do when lashing out.

    Judith: You used me for sex, then you ran back to your girlfriend to play happy families. Well I hope you’re happy Scott because I’m not, and now I’ve lost Stimpfield too!

    Det Barker: It wasn’t like that…

    Judith: I don’t care just please… please go. If I think of anything I’ll call. 

    Yvette: You heard her Officer. Time for you to hit the streets.

    Scott just nodded assent to the sharp prodding finger of Yvette. 

    Det Barker: I guess we’ll be in touch hopefully. And, I’m sorry.

    Scott took his leave. 

    #ts4#ts4 story#sims 4 #sims 4 story #Tales From the District #season 1#finale#judith#yvette#scott #tw: bad language
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  • Le Visiteur du Futur, Saison 2 : Reboot (partie 2)

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    Le Visiteur du Futur, Saison 2 : Reboot (partie 2)

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  • Judith: Whatever it is you are here for, or to accuse me of - falsely - again, just get on with it, or tell me what you know, and then leave me to my evening in peace. My friend and I were going to watch a film.

    Det Morris: Then you may not want popcorn. You reported your butler - Thomas Stimpfield - missing, there’s a log of this at the station. 

    Judith: Ok… and have you found him? I haven’t heard from him since he went on leave and I’m getting terribly worried.

    Vince scoffed at her remark. He was positive that Judith was a murderer, and yet she got away with it. Nothing would shake his belief. Scott leaned forward to speak quickly.

    ***

    Det Barker: What my partner is trying to say is that, Thomas was found dead in the harbour yesterday. We suspect it was homicide given the injuries his body sustained.

    Judith gasped and covered her face with both hands. Making a shocked wailing noise.

    Det Barker: I realise this is very upsetting for you…

    Det Morris: *scoffs*

    Det Barker: But, is there anything you can tell us before he took his leave? Any plans he had? Or was he going to meet anybody? Any detail no matter how small might be helpful in us finding his killer.

    Judith just sobbed and turned round some tears rolling down her cheeks right on queue.

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    Judith: No, I don’t know… Stimpfield was a very private person. We talked about stuff but he never said what his plans were or even where he was going.

    Det Morris: He must have given some fucking idea where he was going? For pitys sake woman, he nearly had his guts tore out, his bones were pulverised from an impact!

    Det Barker made a gesture to Vince to back down a little. As Judith cried some more. Her tears did little to convince Det Morris of her shock and innocence.

    Judith: I - I don’t know what he was going to do, or meet or anything… I don’t know…

    Det Morris: Of course, well, you know what? While you stand there crying, a man who for reasons unknown to the rest of us, was loyal to you, and now he’s dead!

    Det Barker: Vince! That’s enough.

    #ts4#ts4 story#sims 4 #sims 4 story #Tales From the District #season 1#finale#judith#scott#vince#KSU #tw: bad language #tw: swearing
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    la semaine dernière, avec un groupe de 10 personnes, des étudiant*es en école d’art, nous avons arpenté Trouble dans le genre, que je n’avais pas lu avant - que désormais je crois, grâce à elleseux, nous, avoir pu saisir, comme outil pratique, c’est-à-dire que de nouvelles lectures du réel sont devenues possibles, adviennent, et que ces idées sont pratiques comme un couteau, un paradigme qu’on a en poche, comme, finalement, le souhaite Butler, mais dont je ne m’étais jamais saisie, la lame-philosophie trop tranchante pour ne pas me couper en deux si seule, trop ardue, et à laquelle se sont confronté”es les étudiant*es, les mains dans le cambouis, moi avec la préface de Fassin, et les intros de Butler - j’espère pour elleux que ce moment a été aussi fructueux qu’à moi, et les remercie de ce que nous nous avons pu nous offrir

    l’idée principale, l’outil principal, c’est, je crois l’absence d’origine
    avec en avant fait la nécessité d’un déplacement de l’intérêt, du regard, depuis les conflits/rapports de genre, qu’ils soient analysés par le prisme du féminisme, de la linguistique, de la psychanalyse pour penser la structure, et non pourquoi, mais comment la structure sociale prend en charge ces conflits/ces rapports : comment la structure de pouvoir gère ces rapports/ces conflits - il est nécessaire d’analyser d’un point de vue systémique, en se retirant pour un temps de l’analyse du trop proche systématique, douloureux
    de cette analyse systémique, de la structure de pouvoir, de la structure sociale qui produit des rapports de pouvoirs, Butler en retrempe l’acier de la relation à l’origine (en passant par Michel Foucault, depuis Nietzsche, leur idée de généalogie) : pas d’origine, pas d’origine à chercher, ni grande déesse ni dieu le père, car ces idées, produites par le système oppressif, produisent les rapports de forces, les rapports de pouvoir : il n’y a pas à en chercher l’origine car le système oppressif nomme sa propre production origine et cause de sa propre existence, la tautologie s’installe, indéfendable ?

    c’est l’autre point, l’autre articulation de Butler, qui ne cesse de se demander comment ça tient, alors même que tant sont oppressé*es, qui ? Butler repousse l’identité, pas l’identité femme comme nécessaire au féminisme mais seulement y participant, et cela pour éviter l’écueil duel, l’écueil du pouvoir renversé, ou d’un nouvel asservissement (celui dans lequel ressac Kristeva, j’ai depuis cette image d’une langue paternelle dans laquelle s’installe un corps enceint maternel pour enfanter, baiser avec celui-ci et enfanté par delà son propre enfant, croissant exogène au corps maternel, dans la langue, prémisse transhumaine, cybernético-linguistique, le double de celui qui déjà a grandi au dedans mort-né par les mains de la langue paternelle, étouffé)  - alors même que tant sont oppressé*es, comment ça tient ? ça tient, nous dit Butler, parce que le système oppressif s’il nous oppresse, il nous donne, même nous plaçant au dehors de sa norme, même faisant de nous des lesbiennes sans sexualités, et bien même faisant cela, il nous donne une place, les insultes qui forment ce que nous sommes par la distinction, et la répétition inlassables, de ce que nous sommes, extérieures à la norme, c’est encore faire partie du système, de ce système oppressif mais social, sans système social, impossible de vivre, mais plus encore, sans place dans cette société, et même celle-ci, nous confère une existence - et c’est peut-être là, la seule identité sur laquelle il conviendrait de statuer pour parler de féminisme (là, je le rajoute, je ne suis pas sûre d’avoir entendu ça) — alors comment accepter ne plus avoir de place dans cette société oppressive ? à cela Butler ne réponds pas, et c’est là où commence, je crois, tout ce qu’on a à imaginer, en le vivant

    le dernier point, peut-être, la dernière lame qu’affute Butler, c’est celle de la performativité, justement ce que nous, ces individus au genre, à la sexualité troubles, qui remettons en question ce que nous sentons nous écraser, nous vivons, nous répétons nos gestes, nos pensées, nos actes, et nous vivons, pas le carnaval, pas le déguisement, pas ce qui fait tenir le système comme système par une opposition libérale et gentiment muselée, mais ce que nous vivons, jour après jour, joies comme insultes, comme déni, comme lutter chaque jour, vivre dans le trouble, sa certitude, à son advenue, n’est pas confortable, au contraire, mais, ajoute Butler, ce qui est vécu ici, ce trouble grand, large, autant qu’excitant, autant qu’épuisant, ne nous est pas réservé : ce que nous vivons, ce n’est en fait que ce que tout le monde, toutes les personnes normées, vivent aussi en permanence, en se le cachant, leur propre genre leur est trouble, regardez les s’inquiéter de savoir comment leur performance prendra devant leur patron, leur femme, leur mari, leurs enfants, leurs parents, leurs banquiers, comment leur performance d’un genre binaire les épuise elleux aussi, regardons-les et gardons la tête haute, et peut-être arriverons-nous à subvertir ce système oppressif parce qu’il craque de partout, et que nous l’y aidons, à craquer complètement,

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  • Your strength does not depend on numbers, nor your might on the powerful. But you are the God of the lowly, helper of the oppressed, upholder of the weak, protector of the forsaken, savior of those without hope.” ~ Book of Judith

    Artwork: Judith by Giorgione (Giorgio Barbarelli da Castelfranco; c. 1477/78–1510) Together with Titian, who was probably slightly younger, he founded the distinctive Venetian school of Italian Renaissance painting, which achieves much of its effect through colour and mood, and is traditionally contrasted with Florentine painting, which relies on a more linear disegno-led style.

    #artwork#titian#giorgione #italian renaissance painting #giorgio barbarelli da castelfranco #judith
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  • Wappen badge style Judith!

    On Redbubble for sale

    #tales of vesperia #judith#tov#wappen#tales of
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    “was dad’s before it was mine, now it’s yours. I don’t know..Just- just having it…it always kept dad with me..It made me feel as strong as him. It helped me, maybe it’ll help you, too”

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    • Le Visiteur: Comment ça se fait qu'aucun de vous ne peut me répéter ce que je viens de dire ??
    • Raph: J'suis désolé, ça fait deux heures et demi que j'ai la tête dans les vapes, vous disiez quoi ?
    • Mattéo: Pardon, j'ai été distrait en plein milieu...
    • Judith: Ah moi personnellement j'ai consciemment décidé d'ignorer ce que vous disiez
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  • The contrast of Artemisia Gentileschi’s portrayal of Judith beheading Holofornes compared to Caravaggio’s is… so interesting. Caravaggio’s is influenced so heavily upon his own male gaze, and this perpetual obsession to portray a canonically strong willed, powerful woman as a delicate fragile creature with wrists the size of branches and an expression of apprehension in her brute force. But Gentileschi, a woman painter of the 17th century (which is an accomplishment worthy of praise in and of its own right), has no qualms about portraying Judith as fully unafraid and dedicated to the absolute savagery of her actions in a desperate bid to save her village against baseless genocide. Gentileschi understands the strength and power of Judith as a woman, and is more concerned with representing her heroism rather than her beauty… so anyways, in conclusion, fuck the male gaze 😌✨

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    Judith Beheading Holofornes, Artemisia Gentileschi

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    Judith Beheading Holofornes, Caravaggio

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  • So you might have noticed that I’ve changed Judith’s pronouns. This is because of Trin coming out to me and telling me that they want me to refer to them with she/they pronouns.

    Since the Dutch language is shit in gender neutral language, we had a long talk and decided that in English, I will use they/them pronouns for them and that I will use she/her pronouns and feminine language in real life (also partly because they aren’t out to our father yet).

    Basically, while Trin (and by extension, Judith) now uses she/they pronouns, you will probably see me using they/them pronouns to refer to them.

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  • ᴱᵛⁱˡ ᵃⁿᵈ ᵖᵘʳⁱᵗʸ

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    more tales! i finally beat zestiria and started symphonia the other day :’)

    #tales of zesteria #tales of vesperia #estellise sidos heurassein #flynn scifo#patty fleur#judith#sorey#mikleo#edna#doods
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  • Judith: I’m graduating from kindergarten!

    Daryl: OH yeah, what are you majoring in?

    Judith: Crayon !

    Daryl: :’)

    #the walking dead #twd imagine #the walking dead amc #twd incorrect quotes #daryl dixon #daryl dixon imagine #judith grimes#judith#daryl fanfiction#twd daryl #daryl dixon fanfiction
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