camaryllis:

catching up with korra s3! can’t wait to see more of the villains this season >:)

camaryllis:

catching up with korra s3! can’t wait to see more of the villains this season >:)

aiffe:

I found a review by someone who saw When Marnie Was There. It’s full of plot spoilers, but for everyone wondering if it’s gay or not:

I’d like to say that When Marnie Was There features both Ghibli’s first canonically gay and bisexual main characters. What qualifies as “canon” in regards to issues like this is usually the kindling that starts raging internet debates, so I can only speak for my own opinions based on what I saw in the movie. I’m sure once the international audience sees it there will be lots of diverging viewpoints, which I think is a good thing. At its best, it will generate discussion and articles and internet posts and give people something to think about, regardless of their take on it.

There was NO MENTION of that book spoiler.

I think it’s pretty conclusive that the book spoiler is not a thing in this movie, and while it seems like we may not get anything as irrefutable as a kiss, this is a pretty damn gay movie.

False alarm, found another review here saying that book spoiler is entirely intact and their relationship is not viable. (Warning that review has a long and extremely skimmable rant about how ~~~platonic~~~ two girls touching is.)

Ghibli definitely, no-holds-barred queerbaited us. I’m so mad I’m taking that news about them possibly closing after this movie and saying GOOD.  Maybe you would not be past your prime and losing your cultural relevance if you included lesbians.

If you want lesbian dollars to save your studio, you do NOT get to promise lesbians and then turn our ship to incest to make it clear we were never intended/allowed to ship it.

Also the people talking about the ~~value of friendship~~ are also full of horseshit because if this is about female platonic friendship, then how come whenever two women interact they have to be relatives rather than friends. We’re terrified of female bonds that aren’t comfortably domestic and familial. Like seriously when was the last time you saw a narrative about two women who weren’t related to each other.

I would have been fucking fine with it if they didn’t queerbait. Now I’m out for blood.

I found a review by someone who saw When Marnie Was There. It’s full of plot spoilers, but for everyone wondering if it’s gay or not:

I’d like to say that When Marnie Was There features both Ghibli’s first canonically gay and bisexual main characters. What qualifies as “canon” in regards to issues like this is usually the kindling that starts raging internet debates, so I can only speak for my own opinions based on what I saw in the movie. I’m sure once the international audience sees it there will be lots of diverging viewpoints, which I think is a good thing. At its best, it will generate discussion and articles and internet posts and give people something to think about, regardless of their take on it.

There was NO MENTION of that book spoiler.

I think it’s pretty conclusive that the book spoiler is not a thing in this movie, and while it seems like we may not get anything as irrefutable as a kiss, this is a pretty damn gay movie.

bevsi:

really excited to see this ;-;

bevsi:

really excited to see this ;-;

bevsi:

more marnie art because im desperate

bevsi:

more marnie art because im desperate

bevsi:

that’s enough for tonight

c-minded:

"I adore you,"

c-minded:

"I adore you,"

turnaboutcomingout:

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OH MY GOD LOOK SHE’S BLUSHING THERE’S NO WAY THIS ISN’T A GAY

chrissofur:

AND AT LAST I SEE THE LIIIIIGHT

chrissofur:

AND AT LAST I SEE THE LIIIIIGHT

yamino:

JESUS this movie is going to kill me dead

watch the trailer and cry with me