Whattttt? how did I not know about this?
Quick note: the lines don’t have to point upwards and straight next to each other, you can point them in any direction you want.
I don’t even care if this isn’t official, I’m saving this for future reference!
Sixth Doctor Who Genderbent Jacket DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!
Wow, this jacket was a lot harder then it should’ve been. Finding all the different pieces for the jacket was insane (there’s technically 10 different materials but i spared myself and only got 8). I of course kept forgetting materials and had to go back to the store like 5 times to get something each time.
Really all that is left is buying the wig, finding a white shirt, and attaching suspenders….really. and i’ll have a genderbent 6th doctor!!! :D The jacket was really the toughest part.
Can’t wait to join the other gals with their genderbent doctors at C2E2!!!
Let me love you and your amazing skills! <3
On Saturday, Doctor Who returns, kicking off the second part of the seventh series with a James-Bond inspired episode that sees the Doctor and Clara whizzing round London on a motorbike. Which is exciting if you like interesting drama with witty banter and thoughtful concepts. But less exciting if you like interesting dramas that include women on their writing teams.
Because season seven of Doctor Who will feature no female scribes at all. Not in the bombastic dinosaurs and cowboys episodes that aired last year, and not in any of the new episodes we’re about to receive. In fact, Doctor Who hasn’t aired an episode written by a woman since 2008, 60 episodes ago. There hasn’t been a single female-penned episode in the Moffat era, and in all the time since the show was rebooted in 2005 only one, Helen Raynor, has ever written for the show.
Dramatist and author Stella Duffy – who has noted the absence of women writers, and indeed directors, from Doctor Who on her blog – thinks that there needs to be a conscious effort to recruit writers from outside the usual small pool of male writers. “Try harder. Stop assuming that men can do the job well enough. If women are saying they feel left out (and they do), if women are saying they feel marginalised (and they do), if women are saying they do not see their voices on screen … Listen to them and do something about it,” Duffy says.
“We can knock and knock, but if they won’t let us in, we’ll never get to see how big the Tardis really might be inside. Right now, the Tardis only holds men, so maybe it’s not that big, after all.”
wow moffat is a woman hating scumbag
who would’ve thought
- Oh wow v, that dinner was delicious! Just the right amount of ginger, just the right amount of food, and the red wine goes with it deliciously
- *giggles* why thank you, v! I'm glad you liked it!
- I'll do the dishes in a bit, but for now let's just lie back on the sofa to digest and enjoy 1st doctor Doctor Who, yes?
- Mmm sounds like a perfect plan! And perhaps later we'll raid the cabinets for chocolates!
Really good interpretation of a tardis in a cosplay~ (Arisia 2013)
whatever the christmas special was gr9 but…can we pls have a companion who’s…normal? who’s just normal? no double deaths, no cracks in the walls and secret babies, just. a temp who’s loud because she’s afraid no one cares what she has to say, or a medical student looking for escapism and something better than herself. or a dead-end shop girl. like…they’re supposed to grow in to their raw extraordinariness, not shrouded in mystery and one of a kind off the bat. i want the companion to be like me, ordinary at first glance and sort of never given a second glance, but great at my core, and full of potential, and then there’s one person (one alien) who sees what you can do and what you can be.
My friend just lent me a hard drive containing all of Classic Doctor Who.. I’m so gonna watch as much as possible before going back to Sweden so I can peruse my parents’ huge screen. This picture doesn’t do the size of it justice at all!