Those faces. All the feels right now.
There was not—they were never sexualised. First of all, I think what I understood you say was that the men in Firefly were very feminine. And I think we all agree with that. [audience laughs; Nathan: “That’s fair.”]
You know, the thing about it is, particularly with Inara, there’s a huge stigma against, obviously, a sex worker, just as a concept. And Morena, you know, not hideous to behold, the camera not angry about Morena. But at the same time, you know, it was never the intent to make the people around her see her as anything other than powerful, and responsible, and wise. And that shot at the end of the pilot, where she puts her—gives basically a benediction to the priest, is sort of the embodiment of that to me.
The men have a huge amount to do with it. Because when you go in and you have men like Nate, and you have Adam “I’m way too large, what happened, was there science, because I didn’t get it right at all” Baldwin—you have these guys who absolutely accept the power of these women, and then that is a sort of in, for the audience. That’s the perspective they have. The way Mal feels about Zoe is the way we feel about Zoe.
And then, you know, you don’t just shoot close-ups of their butts. But apparently you do shoot close-ups of their feet. I’m sorry, Summer, it’s just—they were very expressive feet. But they weren’t sexualised—except possibly for some people in the audience, and that’s okay, there’s no judging in the dollhouse. There’s no judging."
Ah, yes. Unfortunately, the search bar on my blog only brings up the top 10 most recent or most popular relevant posts. I’m not sure why it does this, but I’ve yet to find a way around it.
The best way to search for things on my blog is to use the tags. I purposely try to put as many of the most relevant tags on each of my art posts so you guys can find what you’re looking for.
For Orzhov (or any of the guilds), I would recommend one of two ways:
1.) Try searching for “orzhov” in the search bar as before, then click the #orzhov tag from one of the posts that come up.
2.) The more direct way is to simply type the url for the tag you’re searching for. In this case it would be
This method can be used for any search characteristic. I’ve tried to include as many card characteristics as possible to make searching the tags easier. If you wanna see all of the artifacts I’ve posted, go to “…/tagged/artifact”. For legendary creatures, it would be “…tagged/legendary”. And so on.
You can do this for artists, planes, sets, planeswalkers, or whatever it is you might wanna find. Let me know if anyone has any other questions.
Damn, Jaina. Way harsh.
This took way longer than it should have and I regret nothing.
(Thank you, Jeanne, for enabling me by scripting out the commercial part)
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