Fuck that shit...:Girl Panther,the movie.............
Hooray,FINALLY a 'strong female character'
Id sau y it deserves an academy award or two...............and if you dont agree,yer a misogynist..........well,yer a misogynist regardless,but if you dont agree you're an open,unrepentant misogynist.........
Planet Platex would have been a paradise if it wasn't for men finding it.................
Now THAT is a movie that has to happen. Just add "Downs" into the mix, and it's a hit.
I can't believe you just used the word "Downs". Don't you know that's like the N word for mentally disabled people now? Shame Shame Shame on you!
Words Can Hurt What Words Should We Use? Words You Should NOT Use People First Language Don’t Overreact! Words Can Hurt Everyone knows words can hurt. For people with Down syndrome and their famil…www.globaldownsyndrome.org
Words Can Hurt
Everyone knows words can hurt. For people with Down syndrome and their families, the history of “labels” is not a pleasant one. People with Down syndrome used to be labeled “idiots, morons,” and “imbeciles” by both society and the medical profession. The label evolved into “Downs, mongoloid, handicapped, mentally retarded, retarded,” and then for short, “retard.”
Today, these labels are considered politically incorrect, hurtful and dehumanizing. As award-winning actor, parent-advocate, and Global Down Syndrome Foundation International Spokesperson, John C. McGinley has said, there is no difference between derogatory words used to label ethnic or religious minorities and the words used to label people with Down syndrome. As with people advocating for ethnic or religious minorities, there is a movement (led by Special Olympics) to end the use of derogatory words such as the “R” word – ‘retard.’
Translation: "Brie loves black cock."
Brie Larson wants to save her Captain Marvel press tour from being 'overwhelmingly white.
Brie Larson wants to save her Captain Marvel press tour from being 'overwhelmingly white' | CBC Radio'I want to go out of my way to connect the dots,' she said of her effort to give more women and underrepresented critics accesswww.cbc.ca
I think they cast the wrong actor for the role. This woman seems to have major issues.