- she was a wild, wicked slip of a girl

inspired by.

♥ 22193 — 20 hours ago on 27 Jul 2014 — via clarktavias (source)

FUCK YOU, D&D. Love, Arianne Martell

♥ 796 — 2 days ago on 26 Jul 2014 — via mercedene

aegontargaryen:

lbr d&d erased arianne because she was a female character who was the heiress of dorne, sexual positive, was a grown up woman who still isnt married, is beautiful and badass and of course we cant have that

because dorne is stupid when they let their oldest daughter be the heir. because there were already so many sand snakes and women its too much for our sexist viewers to take

because arianne has two younger brothers and what in the world would give her the right to be the heir and not them

♥ 1365 — 2 days ago on 26 Jul 2014 — via aegontargaryen

shewhodestroysthelight:

for those saying “oh maybe they just don’t want to announce arianne yet” or “maybe they’re still casting for her”

YOU’RE NOT FOCUSING ON THE PROBLEM HERE

TRYSTANE IS DESCRIBED AS THE HEIR TO DORNE

THIS IS A THING THAT’S HAPPENING

Trystane Martell is Prince Doran’s son and heir to Dorne.

♥ 1451 — 2 days ago on 26 Jul 2014 — via shewhodestroysthelight
Can’t repeat the past? Why, of course you can… of course you can.

♥ 9114 — 2 days ago on 26 Jul 2014 — via emilybrowninng (source)
she was red, and terrible, and misunderstood.

marciaoverstrand:

yo so tonight instead of doing any of my work I have become consumed with melisandre emotions/analysis so congratulations you lot get to reap my early-morning-stream-of-thought bullet points yee haw I apologise for the general incoherency.

melisandre is one of the most heinously underrated and misunderstood characters in the entirety of GoT/asoiaf, and it’s for one big reason (a reason that is - shock!!!!! horror!!!!! - prevalent in both the show and the books. that may terrify those who uphold the books as the paragon of narrative brilliance, but at this point I’m too tired to do anything more than chuckle feebly in that direction. also it’s beside the point. but whatever).

anyway, what I’m getting at is that whenever I try to discuss melisandre or attempt to glean another’s opinion of her, what I get met with the vast majority of the time is this:

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♥ 155 — 2 days ago on 26 Jul 2014 — via marciaoverstrand
♥ 4453 — 3 days ago on 24 Jul 2014 — via blondiepoison
OITNB season 1

"She is what she is…I’m going to go ahead and guess that one of the issues here is your need to say that
a person is exactly anything…"
♥ 5353 — 3 days ago on 24 Jul 2014 — via hype-quality
#oitnb