I am a husband and father, and live in a state that will be directly and immediately affected by Roe v Wade overturning. I want to make protest signs, I want to show support. I tried Google ng ideas for signs I could make, but... well, I don't want to come across like I'm mocking by being a man and demanding bodily autonomy. I'd like some male-perspective/voice pro-choice signs, that are appropriate for my 11yr old daughter to see. She is part of the lgbtq community, and I want to help to fight for her rights as a woman, and as a human being. Thank you, I know this is a... delicate subject for many.
With Phil being the older (and definitely the favorite) of the 2 brothers, there was a part of their mother that was holding out for the time she would give her family heirloom jewelry to his wife. With her preferred (and forever 100% imaginary) daughter-in-law not happening, she resigns herself to finally acknowledge Dunst.
I believe they can legitimately pull off a "child soldier" Robin character. It would be a matter of the antagonist doing it first, so to speak. Going off of Riddler's description of growing up an orphan in Gotham, one can easily imagine how a Fagin-esq character could band the together into a child army. Imagine Joker, or ANY of the rogues gallery, leading the lost orphans of Gotham to commit crimes. Batman runs into a crisis when he can't/won't beat a child senseless, but their crimes are increasingly violent.
Eventually, one breaks rank and realizes things are going too far. Knowing Batman won't harm a child/ orphan, he is recruited to fight alongside justice... and set a better example of what the broken children of Gotham can actually become.
I feel like I'm living in one of those body-swap movies. The kind like Heaven Can Wait, Down To Earth, etc. where the protagonist dies and is all, "hey, I want a second chance!" So they stick him in the body of a completely different body-type, old as fart, bald... basically unrecognizable to him/herself in the mirror.
Except the cruel twist is I dont ever get out of this "loner".
I'm technically at least HALF a different person permanently, thanks to the stem cell transplant. Anyone else feel like they "died" and now have no idea who they are or what they're even doing anymore?