1. meisterj:

    Remember when Disney was all like ‘fuck how races work and homogeneous casts and couples’?

    Black and white couple produce fillipino-american child. White dude is the valet. White step mother, one white step sister, one black step sister. Just a jumble, and it ought to happen again.

    Some facts from imdb:

    First multi-racial cast performing Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella.

    Whitney Houston was producing Rodger and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” and was to star in it until she decided that Brandy Norwood would make a better Cinderella. Brandy would not do it unless her idol Whitney took the Fairy Godmother role.

    Brandy Norwood became the first African-American to play Cinderella. This version broke viewer-ship records when it debuted, and it holds the record for the bestselling video for a made for TV movie.

    So fuck any noise where people say audiences don’t want to see a mixed race couple, or more people of color. This was a success from television. I still remember Brandy singing Impossible. 

    That ought to happen again. Mixed race live action cast where the relationships don’t made genetic or racial sense.

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  2. creekanimal:

    This guy knows his shit on how to kiss a girl.

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  4. THE HUMANS DO IT ALL THE TIME, IT MEANS YOU’RE A GOOD BOY

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  5. jhenne-bean:

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    dmolech:

    I did a thing for a contest and I think it turned out pretty durn cute

    Well I hope you fucking win because this is a win!

    I LOVE THIS A WHOLE LOT.

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  8. oh god whhhhyyy am i plagued to be you

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  9. ninemoons42:

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    Kompeito! Pretty sugar candy! And yes, food for soot sprites :)

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  11. I wish so much there had been a Rae when I was growing up. It would have made my life so much easier to have had someone real on TV that I could have looked at and gone: ‘I kind of look like her. I don’t look perfect, but she’s got friends. People love her so maybe people will like me for being me. I don’t have to change. I can just be myself…’ How can kids and teenagers feel comfortable when they can’t see anyone who looks like them anywhere? (x) (x)

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