Probably the best line in theatre history.
While it may seem silly to make this connection, it’s important to note how significant Maleficent’s wings are to her. They are her source of power in a conflicted world, and as she ages, they increase in power. Like a young woman’s sexuality, they are precious, and the crude way in which they are sawed off her back — her trust broken, her body violated — leaves her ravaged inside and out. This is, indeed, the moment Maleficent becomes a villain — except that she’s not really a villain at all. Her choices are driven at every turn by this moment of betrayal, and what happens next is really a survival story, as she slowly learns to love and trust again. (x)
We all have scales, tails, manes, claws and thorns
And here in the dark is where new worlds are born
In honor of Autumn coming soon, here are some happy dogs that love the fall weather are aren’t afraid to show it. Have a great day everyone.
Things I did not know, but should.
This is a post that might save a life.
My mom worked for 25 years as an ER nurse and is convinced that a lot of women die simply because folks only know heart attack symptoms that occur in males.
Society thinks our bodies are so scandalous that it’s better to put our lives at risk than to show us how to stay safe