I havent seen Frozen yet and dunno if I plan to see it in theaters anyway cuz I’m still fairly uninterested in it to spend money seeing it, but I keep listening to some of the songs and I really like For the First Time in Forever (reprise)
like Im a sucker for musical numbers with that.. building up.. kind of tone to them???? like when Elsa is sort of spinning around panicing and the snow swirls around her faster and faster and the music gets higher and quicker
I wish I knew if there was a term for that
I love scores like that
I wanna do cute things like hold someone’s hand and get awkaward sweaty palms and just chuckle about it all chill and fine with the other, and then keep holdings hands and calling the other gross n’ stuff. ah dreamy sigh
It's reruns for Steven Universe, no new episode sadly. Holiday break I assume.
OHHHH OK THAT MAKES SENSE AHAHHA i guess i read the stevencrewniverse post wrong
my heart aches because I’m gonna miss Steven Universe tonight…
My phone has been Sonicofied
Dear ALB, there has recently been a commercial for the company called goldieblox, I think it's a beautiful thing. But I've always wondered why there is nothing like this for boys from a early age were to told to not sew, design , or do anything streopyically feminine like my mother refusing to but me a sewing machine because it's to girly. What's your opinion do you think there will ever be changes for boys or not thank u for your time -Christopher Ivey -Instagram: iveyi
I think there will be changes for boys, but it will be harder. The reason it’s going to be much much harder is because society values masculinity more than femininity. So people get on board with “let’s promote science and sports and math for girls” much much quicker than “let’s promote artistry and design and sewing for boys”. I mean just a few years ago, J Crew ran and ad showing it’s top designer painting her son’s toenails pink and enjoying a happy moment together, and there was basically a public outcry.
And certainly we know, if the ad had shown a father and daughter participating in a traditionally masculine pastime (perhaps pretending to shave her face, standing next to her father? I’ve seen kids do that) it would not have been considered quite as scandalous.
I think there will be changes for boys, I certainly HOPE so, but I think it will be a bit longer time coming, and we’ll have to work even harder for it. The idea of boys and men being artistic and fashionable and creative makes some people really uncomfortable, and that’s not fair. We shouldn’t be limiting any children from discovering their talents and reaching their potential.