I have a thing for women, femslash, animals, and food.

I write fics for people so go ahead and ask for something.
Ships include
Doccubus, CopDoc, Xena/Gabrielle, MirAndy,J/&, JJ/Emily, Paily, Bering and Wells, Kate/Magnus, and others.
If it's not on the list let me know anyway and I'll still work something out for you.

11th December 2012

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For all its snappy one-liners and rousing chases through deep space, Firefly is most beautiful—and most effective—in its simplicity. The show envisions the depths of outer space and humankind’s very future into the classic setting of for any Western, and does it so with the utmost elegance. Firefly’s space is the space of an untamed frontier, shattered by outlaws, vigilantes and lawmen. It’s a rough and tumble place, a future made primitive, where the progress of mankind means trudging through plenty of cow flops, and making victims out of whole societies of innocent people. It’s the American Old West writ large, and there’s perhaps no surprise in the fact that every planet that the motley crew of the Serenity touches down upon looks like it could have been pulled from Monument Valley or the scrub plains of Oklahoma. - Ian Chant

Tagged: FireflySerenityJoss WhedonNathan FillionMorena BaccarinSean MAherJewel StateAdam BaldwinSummer GlauAlan TudykGina TorresI love the entire cast of this show as well as the show itself

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28th October 2012

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marielikestodraw:

Joss Whedon on Romney.

I basically snorted my tea, VIOLENTLY.
PERFECTION.

Tagged: Joss WhedonI lovet his man so much more for this

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11th September 2012

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Tagged: joss whedonnathan

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12th August 2012

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whedonversegifs:

Buffy the Vampire Slayer Commentary Highlights | Welcome to the Hellmouth

Tagged: joss whedonI love this man

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17th July 2012

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themoonchild:

The infamous Firefly Reunion standing ovation and Joss’s speech.

Tagged: Firefly panelfireflySerenityjoss whedon

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8th July 2012

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When I say, ‘I love you,’ it’s not because I want you or because I can’t have you. It has nothing to do with me. I love what you are, what you do, how you try. I’ve seen your kindness and your strength. I’ve seen the best and the worst of you. And I understand with perfect clarity exactly what you are. You’re a hell of a woman.
— Joss Whedon (via e-pic)

Tagged: joss whedonBtVSSpike

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2nd July 2012

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Joss Whedon:  What I was interested in seeing was the character of somebody who is hated and considers the world her enemy, getting the chance to completely destroy the life of somebody who has got everything she doesn’t have and represents everything she doesn’t believe.  And having it affect her instead so that she has no understanding of what she means.  We did that specifically with the line that she says three times [It’s wrong.] and by the end of the show she says it with all sincerity.  She’s become Buffy, she wants more than anything in the world to be Buffy, which is just…impossible for her.

Tagged: BtVSJoss Whedon

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24th June 2012

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feminerdism:

Two things:
I love this quote, Joss Whedon, and all the characters in this picture (with the possible exception of Illyria). They are all “strong female characters,” they all kick ass, and they are all well-written.
This photo only depicts one kind of “strong female character” in the works of Joss Whedon: The kind that comes heavily armed with firearms/magic/battle axes/stakes/ass-kicking skills, etc.
So I’d like to take a moment to mention the other “strong female characters” of the Whedonverse, those whose strength does not necessarily come in the form of ass-kicking abilities, but who are without a doubt strong.
Joyce Summers, Buffy’s wonderfully human, flawed, protective, and supportive mother.
Kaylee Frye, the genius mechanic who delights in girly dresses, her own sexuality, good food, and getting her hair done.
Sierra/Priya, the victim of abuse who is at her core a compassionate, loving pacifist.
Winifred Burkle, who survived five years in a hell dimension and can solve any problem with science, optimism, and her enormous brain.
Tara MaClay, who was the only one of Buffy’s friends to provide her with support and understanding in her darkest hour, and who stood up to her abusive girlfriend even when it hurt her.
Cordelia fucking Chase, who went from privileged brat to loyal friend to self-sacrificing hero.
Adele DeWitt, the woman in a position of power who never forgot that her first duty was to protect the Actives under her charge. 
Pepper Potts, CEO of Stark Enterprises and the only person who can get the best of Iron Man.
Inara Serra, the sex-positive and confident courtesan who was more therapist than “whore” and never once let misogynist insults prevent her from being who she is. 
Anya Jenkins, who spoke her mind. Every. Damn. Time.
Even Dawn Summers, who wasn’t special, but extraordinary (we all whined at age 15, deal with it). 
One of my favorite things about Whedonverse projects is that they always include a broad spectrum of “strong female characters.” The women of the Whedonverse represent a diverse collection of ways to be strong as a woman, as a person. The ass-kickers were just as strong as the nurturers, and sometimes they even overlapped. Y’know… like real people.
This concludes my blatant fangirling over Whedonverse women.

feminerdism:

Two things:

  1. I love this quote, Joss Whedon, and all the characters in this picture (with the possible exception of Illyria). They are all “strong female characters,” they all kick ass, and they are all well-written.
  2. This photo only depicts one kind of “strong female character” in the works of Joss Whedon: The kind that comes heavily armed with firearms/magic/battle axes/stakes/ass-kicking skills, etc.

So I’d like to take a moment to mention the other “strong female characters” of the Whedonverse, those whose strength does not necessarily come in the form of ass-kicking abilities, but who are without a doubt strong.

  • Joyce Summers, Buffy’s wonderfully human, flawed, protective, and supportive mother.
  • Kaylee Frye, the genius mechanic who delights in girly dresses, her own sexuality, good food, and getting her hair done.
  • Sierra/Priya, the victim of abuse who is at her core a compassionate, loving pacifist.
  • Winifred Burkle, who survived five years in a hell dimension and can solve any problem with science, optimism, and her enormous brain.
  • Tara MaClay, who was the only one of Buffy’s friends to provide her with support and understanding in her darkest hour, and who stood up to her abusive girlfriend even when it hurt her.
  • Cordelia fucking Chase, who went from privileged brat to loyal friend to self-sacrificing hero.
  • Adele DeWitt, the woman in a position of power who never forgot that her first duty was to protect the Actives under her charge. 
  • Pepper Potts, CEO of Stark Enterprises and the only person who can get the best of Iron Man.
  • Inara Serra, the sex-positive and confident courtesan who was more therapist than “whore” and never once let misogynist insults prevent her from being who she is. 
  • Anya Jenkins, who spoke her mind. Every. Damn. Time.
  • Even Dawn Summers, who wasn’t special, but extraordinary (we all whined at age 15, deal with it). 

One of my favorite things about Whedonverse projects is that they always include a broad spectrum of “strong female characters.” The women of the Whedonverse represent a diverse collection of ways to be strong as a woman, as a person. The ass-kickers were just as strong as the nurturers, and sometimes they even overlapped. Y’know… like real people.

This concludes my blatant fangirling over Whedonverse women.

Tagged: joss whedonWhedonversestrong women aren't just the badass onessubmission

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21st June 2012

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"Like herding adorable kittens."

— Joss Whedon, when asked how was it to work with the cast of The Avengers.

Tagged: joss whedon

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9th June 2012

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erinmar13:

that awkward moment when you realize joss whedon kills EVERYONE

Tagged: Joss WhedonKilling beloved character for most of my lifeSome he even killed more than once

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6th June 2012

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ilovecharts:

Official Joss Whedon Heroclix

ilovecharts:

Official Joss Whedon Heroclix

Tagged: Joss Whedonbecause of reasons

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3rd June 2012

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cworths:

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Tagged: Joss Whedon

3rd June 2012

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‘Black Widow’ movie will focus on the heroine’s origin →

racethewind10:

irony-rocks:

baggins0fbagend:

After a standalone film for Black Widow has been confirmed post “The Avengers”, lead actress Scarlett Johansson says it will be a prequel.

The 27-year-old actress, who played the gun-wielding hero in the film, said she and Marvel Studios have ‘spoken a lot’ about developing a film that follows the heroine’s origin in Russia, reported Ace Showbiz.

“I love her origin story. I think it’s just such a riveting one. It’s just steeped in history and the richness to shoot in Russia, perhaps… I hope that the fans’ voice is loud enough and they want to see a Widow origin story, I know Marvel would be happy to entertain that. We’ve spoken a lot about it,” she said.

#wait #you mean #i get…a female led…superhero…origin story?!? #that hopefully won’t SUCK? #praying to every god out there that joss directs it because we all know his record with female characters #just please let him handle it

Please let Joss direct this. pleasepleaseplease

FANGIRLS (and boys) CALLING JOSS. COME IN JOSS. WE HAVE A MISSION FOR YOU, OH GREAT ONE. IT IS QUITE POSSIBLE THE FATE OF ALL FUTURE FEMALE-LED SUPERHERO MOVIES DEPENDS ON YOU. WILL YOU TAKE ON THIS MISSION SIR? 

Tagged: Black Widow Moviejoss whedonhe is the only one I trust to NOT fuck this up

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23rd May 2012

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What is “Buffy the vampire slayer” ? part 3

One of the first tv shows  focused on strong female characters , making the heroine , Buffy Summers , a feminist icon. After 10 years , we still remember each one of these characters :  independent , fierce  , warrior , bad ass. It’s not only about physical strength or how well they use their weapons , it’s about their journey and how they get through the worst , stronger than ever. They came to win , to fight , to rise.

Tagged: Buffy the Vampire SlayerBad ass womenJoss Whedon

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13th May 2012

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tonyystark:

Shoutout to Joss Whedon for becoming a writer and not a serial killer.

#Shout out to Joss Whedon for becoming both

Tagged: Joss Whedonbecause yes

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