22 · she/her
women and sapphic films
As much as I hate the sexualization of women here, I must admit that the fight scenes are really amazing. It’s well executed and fun to watch. The characters are also interesting. It’s frustrating to see sexual, emotional, and physical abuse on women. So I love it when at the end, they showed how strong these badass women are, let them deal with their own problems, fight for and protect each other, and reclaim the group that they’re passionate about.
When you want to change your life and start becoming society’s beauty standard and meet people’s expectations, you start to turn into a perfect version of yourself. But that also means losing the happy version of yourself. What could a perfect face and body do if you’d just rot and suffer inside?