je suis brianna. a superman trying to stay sane. a bibliophile looking for time to read. an adventurer finding life.
We’ve only seen Peggy in the other films basically at work. Now we’re going to see her at home, maybe going on a date, maybe with friends, where she lives. It’s got to really wear on her because she’s living a dual existence, not only at work but even at home. Whoever her friends are, she can’t be telling them, “I’m a superspy and I work for the SSR.” So it’s a lot of lies she’s telling. And I think that goes against her moral compass because, for me, Peggy Carter may be the female Captain America in that respect: their strengths.
horrible aggressive misogyny and the romanticization of domestic violence and sexual torture aren’t some of my favorite things and young girls picking up that book or watching that movie being left wondering if that’s what relationships are supposed to be REALLY makes me angry.
this man takes a young woman who is less powerful, less experienced and not entirely confident or educated about the area of life he’s leading her into and then starts doing horrible sexual things to her, he removes her boundaries and normalizes the violence against her
50 shades of grey reinforces and perpetuates the disgusting lie that women LIKE and WANT to be hurt and that you can heal a broken man if you just love him enough and do all the things he wants you to do bc eventually he won’t want to hurt you anymore
he goes from a sexually violent predator to prince charming and it’s gross and offensive and nobody should support it no matter how cute the guy playing him is.