aight let me say this tho. when biphobic lesbians say things like ‘i don’t wanna be anywhere a guy has been” or the more cissexist/transmisogynistic “i don’t wanna be anywhere a dick has been”
you’re. kind of treating a bi woman like a used object. and totally qualifying her based on her past experiences. and deciding what does or does not impact her worth and purity.
and ur a piece of crap.
Oh my god, fan-casting of a non-existant King Arthur movie:
Arthur: Idris Elba
Guenevere: Aishwarya Rai
Lancelot: Jason Momoa
Percival: Lucy Liu
Morgana Le Fay: Lupita Nyong’o
Gwain: Shahrukh Khan
Urther Pendragon: James Earl Jones
Igraine: Madge Sinclair
Merlin: I honestly can’t think of an older actor right now. Maybe Jackie Chan, but he’d definitely have to wear a grey hair wig.
To get an idea of what this casting implies, try to imagine the outcry if a major Hollywood studio released a King Arthur film starring Idris Elba, John Cho, and Lucy Liu, with only one or two of the knights of the Round Table being played by white actors.
(I DESPERATELY WANT THIS TO BE A THING. AND LUPITA NYONG’O CAN PLAY MORGANA)
Remember when Noah’s screenwriter explained that everyone in his movie was white because it was “mythical,” and because white people are apparently universal stand-ins for the human race?
Directed by Ridley Scott, the forthcoming Exodus: Gods and Kings stars Christian Bale as Moses, Joel Edgerton as Rhamses, and Aaron Paul as Joshua.
*wants to do twelve different things*
"Shit, which one should I do first?"
*dies before deciding*