Hedy Lamarr. Her work in the film Ecstasy was unprecedented for its depiction of female sexuality. Furthermore, one of the earliest iterations of Frequency Hopping Spread Spectrum technology (which formed the basis of modern day Bluetooth tech) was co-invented by Lamarr during WWII. Promoting the idea of women being more than just passive objects in sex; gorgeous and successful film star; brilliant inventor. Doesn’t get much more badass than that.
John Krasinski and Emily Blunt.
Response to How Normal Are Your Harry Potter Opinions?:
Explaining the origins of the marauder’s map would have taken maybe thirty seconds! I still can’t understand why they left this key bit of info out of the PoA movie.
Response to 21 Things Women Can Finally Buy:
Daisy guitars are awesome. I personally know a few girls who started learning on them because standard guitars are often made with adult, male hands in mind and aren’t conducive to young girls and/or petite women taking up guitar and bass. Anything that gives women more options and enables them to excel at something is fine by me, regardless of its colour.
Response to What’s The Funniest Moment From “The Office”?:
Kevin: Michael, are you okay? Did you throw up in here?
Michael: No. Just poopin’. You know how I be.
Response to What TV Show Helped You During Your Depression?:
Arrested Development and Frasier all the way!