another exam day!
another exam day!
oh they called robbie a special guest on twitter so i guess he's not a new main?
i know nothing about robbie daymond but the drip is immense
did travis dip out of the entire campaign
hello moss wife
i know one thing that's not orym that's nancy
well now i feel like a big idiot for not watching exu
A maxiel shortie inspired in today's press conference.
TRAVIS FOUND DEAD IN MIAMI
"i can't taste :)"
why does fresh cut grass give me ted lasso vibes
Another hour! It's October 21, 2021 at 11:00PM
HE'S JSUT A LITTLE GUY WHAT
he/they rock barbarian........
okok i’m just gonna make it official, i’ve kinda lost interest in the chaos crew au so i think i’m gonna just put it to rest
oh what bullshit do sam and taliesin have in store for us
laudna and imogen my beloveds
I’m having some June thoughts™ on this fine evening.
My girl gets a lot of flack for “not seeing the big picture” and being “selfish.”
Honestly I can point to multiple characters on the show this could apply to. The thing that’s been repeated over and over. June isn’t a superhero, she’s just a person who’s trying to survive.
June’s always going to protect her loved ones first, especially her daughters. Tbh most people are going to take care of themselves, loved ones and their community before helping overs- being more altruistic. Doesn’t make a person selfish.
Let’s remember that June is really going through it. She almost definitely has PTSD, more accurately C-PTSD. The fact that she’s in survival mode 24/7 likely would make it harder for her to see the big picture at times. Being in survival mode makes one’s world very small and in the present.
Tbh I think June does see the big picture. I can think of numerous examples from the show that illustrate this: Angel’s Flight. Using her voice for those who can’t during her testimony. Demanding justice and accountability. Holding herself accountable/feeling empathy when her actions have hurt others.
Not trading the children of Angel’s Flight even when Hannah is dangled in front of her. She’s not about to sacrifice the freedom of other children even for her daughter.
What’s very telling is her character’s motivation has shifted from: a woman desperate to find the daughter violently ripped from her and escape. To a woman who will bring down Gilead in order to free her daughter. (I think she’s come to terms with the fact that Hannah will have to remain there for the time being.) She knows Gilead needs to be toppled because of the countless lives it’s destroyed, overall harm it’s caused, will cause and the brutality it inflicts.
I could see June in season 2 leaving Gilead behind as long as she could get out with her daughters. Not anymore. Her daughters and everyone deserves to live in a world where it no longer exists.
She’s now dedicating her life to bringing this regime down. June’s actually had pretty damn good character growth so far. I’m very proud of her!
She isn’t a perfect leader or resistance fighter. She can be quite impulsive and stubborn. Sometimes that’s a strength, sometimes it’s not. I don’t expect perfection from her. I wanna see her do her best and learn from her failings. I so think If anyone asked for her help, she would risk her life for that person. As others have done for her- they believed in her and the need for things to change.