when you say “nonbinary identities don’t exist BECAUSE SCIENCE”
all you’re telling me is that you don’t know what science is
science is a systematic attempt to describe the world. science does not define the world
if you were to go up to a scientist and say “there are things that exist in the word that science does has not yet adequately described, or described at all”
the scientist would be like “yeah i know, that’s why i still have a job”
Anonymous said: Sorry for assuming this blog was purely Marvel. But my point wasn't "shut up you stupid liberal." And actually, I'm NOT a republican. I hate half of what they say. I also hate half of what the democrats say. I'm libertarian. My point is, it's hypocritical that people want republicans to stop "blocking" democrats because as soon as the republicans are in power, democrats will be doing the exact same thing. But then it will be justified for you if it's the democrats doing it to republicans, no?
Sooooooooo I see you’ve decided to ignore my request to unfollow me, making you a creep and a … libertarian? oh dear, that’s punishment in itself
also your understanding of the current political clime is so elementary it’s not even poli 101:
Lord knows the Democratic Party is far from perfect. But House Democrats, when they were in the majority, at least understood that the government had to function, even if its policies were not those they preferred. When Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) was speaker, for example, she made certain that bills funding the occupation of Iraq made it through the House, even though a majority of Democrats bitterly opposed the war.
Today’s Republican Party opposes the Affordable Care Act, so it refuses to work with the Obama administration in legislating technical fixes that would make the law work more smoothly. Is this in any sense patriotic? Having lost battles over the law in Congress and the Supreme Court, don’t Republicans have an obligation to make it serve their constituents as well as possible?
also maybe look up the definition of hypocrisy??? wanting republicans to stop shutting down the fucking government and then blaming it on obama doesn’t mean i would condone the same action in democrats (not that that’s every happened in the same extent!! but you would only know this if you actually researched what you were talking about instead of basing your political views on ayn rand novels :(((( )
Anonymous said: supposedly, whedon's even a fan of wanda/vision, which you'd hope would mean he'd read some stuff with wanda pre-house of m, but lol nope that's what he's gonna base her entire characterisation on. fuckin fake geek boys.
yeah considering bettany’s playing vision, and there’s like a 20 year age gap there, that’s creep af
I’m assuming he pulled a bendis, and at the most glanced at the 40 years of comic book history featuring the scarlet witch up until 2004 and went “eh whatever” and decided to write her as a crazy chick because WHO DOESN’T LOVE CRAZY CHICKS