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sarah1281:

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onceuponatime-confessions:

I get how people are always more worried about ‘the victim’ in situations, so I’m not shocked about this at all. But did anyone else realize that both Hook and Belle were uncomfortable when Emma had him announce that he’d stay behind? I think that’s why he said ‘sorry’ the way he did- he uses sarcasm in situations like that. That doesn’t make the way he said it okay, but I can see why he’d act/react that way.”

WTF?!!!!Oh, excuse me for being more worried for A innocent woman than for the guy who shhot her for behind!!! If Hook is “unconfortable´´ for having to apologize with the woman he shoots, maybe he shouln´t have shoot her in first place.  

I don’t think that’s what the confession was saying. I think they were saying that everyone is rightfully focusing on Belle as the victim not being comfortable here. But they noticed that Hook himself was also uncomfortable. And he wasn’t uncomfortable merely because he didn’t want to have to apologize to someone that he shot but he was uncomfortable because now that he’s trying to change he doesn’t like the reminders of the villainous things that he’s done. And you’re right that he shouldn’t have done them in the first place but, well, he did and there’s no changing that. Rather than offer a sincere apology, his discomfort at the situation and the prospect of being alone with her and now having his actions brought up led him to be snarky instead of more sincere in his apology. 

But none of that is excusing Hook or saying you shouldn’t empathize with Belle. 

Sorry, but no. I don’t care about the agressor being “unconfortable” for being alone who odviously remind him his sins. I care about the victim. She surely had to be far more “unconfortable” than him.

Oh, c’mon. It was obvious that he was uncomfortable, made worse when she (rightfully) called him out on it. But he didn’t tell her to stop whining and get over it and nothing in the scene suggested that she took it that way.

Belle’s not a delicate flower. She wasn’t traumatized and afraid of being alone with him. From the way they both reacted to the scene, Hook did look like he was the one more uncomfortable. Belle was the one seeking out eye contact, she was the one making her negative feelings known, she was the one calling him out on their past; Hook was the one being cornered, who didn’t know how to react, making silly awkward faces and taking the defense, not offense.

And, really, she certainly didn’t look uncomfortable when she had her back to him, loading him with books and making him be useful; she just looked frustrated that she had to put up with someone she doesn’t like.

Belle came off as the one in charge here. And, to be honest, I just don’t like when people paint her the victim when she’s clearly a strong character who can (and did) handle a sarcastic pirate with ease.

Emilie de Ravin nailed that scene as Belle saying, ‘taking none of your shit, Hook.’

Emilie is the perfect Belle <3

Thanks for pointing all that stuff out, people do tend to baby Belle more than she needs to be and always expect her to be more effected by stuff than she is or more than she shows on screen, but she’s a very resilient woman.

Truer words.

And if people are going to baby Belle (or worse, falsely talk about how she has PTSD from Hook and/or Regina and will be triggered if left alone with them) they should also bring up concerns about how she might’ve been negatively affected by Rumple throwing her into a dungeon, making her clean his bloody aprons, listen while he tortured a man or how (after they fell in love) she still had to pull him away from beating a man to death.

Oddly enough, I rarely hear anyone screaming in horror about that… I do, however, frequently see people defend and laud Belle’s strength, when it comes to Rumple mistreating her.

If you had to say “oh, what Hook does dont matter because other had done worse to her´´, for me you just had not real argument to defend Hook. You actually tried to remove importance to Hook´s bad deeds bringing bad other´s. That is ridiculous. What, if you slap me but other person beat me, your agression is less important? Sorry, but no.

No one is removing importance of anything. But if you’re so worried about how she can’t be comfortable with Hook/Regina then you should questioning how she could fall in love with someone else who not only set the previous two villains on their dark paths (that lead to them attacking or hurting Belle) but also previously harmed Belle herself.

Belle fell in love with a person whio caused millions of people 300+ years of misery (me paraphrasing Belle’s words from 3x15), if she can be strong enough to do that why do you and others treat her like she’s a fragile child when comes to anyone who isn’t Rumple? That’s a double standard.

The difference between Belle in the same room with Rumpel and Belle in the same room with Hook is simple: Belle choose being with Rumpel, even if he hurted him in the past. But Belle don’t choose even talk with Hook, much less having him like bodyward. That’s the difference for me, a huge an important difference.
And we talk about Hook, don’t about Rumpel, the OP don’t even name him. Don’t change the subjet to something more dark than Hook to make him look better in comparision. You can believe that Hook is dancing in a meadow with a flower crown in his head spreading peace and love, but don’t even try to make me believe that shit.
Belle had the right to choose who can be near of her, she choose to be near to Rumpel and she don’t choose be near of Hook.

Exactly, Belle chose to be with someone who hurt her. She should have been traumatized and hurt by what he did, but in the end her mind and will was stronger than anything Rumple did to her. It’s the same with Regina and Hook. Belle is stronger than you give her credit for. Saying 'she was more uncomfortable than Hook' when Belle was much more assertive while Hook showed signs of being uncomfortable is not fair to her character (or his). Just because Hook was the attacker and she was the victim doesn’t make her uncomfortable and him not.

People say that Hook and Regina harmed/tortured Belle so she must be hurt/scarred/traumatized by by/around them- but Rumple harmed/tortured her too (he did it first by the way). When it’s Regina/Hook Belle is weak and uncomfortable, but when it Rumple she’s strong and in charge. It’s a double standard for her character to suit Rumbelle but not other villains or character people hate.

No one is trying to change the subject, we’re still talking about Belle (and Hook). The point is that Hook can be uncomfortable with the situation, just like Belle (if not more/worse than Belle) who has been show to be very strong/brave and not fearful when it comes to villains.

Yes, Belle is holding Hook/Regina’s actions against them, but that doesn’t make her uncomfortable or scared of them too. She did not look scared to be with Hook in the shop, merely flabbergasted that they came up with the idea due to his/their history. Yes, Belle chose to be with Rumple, but if she can do that then what makes you think she can’t get past what Regina/Hook did to her?

She lived with Rumple who made her hear/see/do things that would normally be traumatizing to another human but instead of being uncomfortable and breaking down or refusing to be near him for another moment she became assertive and pushed forward, she grew to accept everything his is and love him,she came for him after all he put her through. Now, she won’t fall in love with Hook of course (never, oh my gosh, lol), but why do you think it’s impossible for her to move past what he did if he shows her through actions (even if his apology was crap)? Why can’t he be more bothered/uncomfortable with being around her now than she is about him after all we’ve seen of her character and her capabilities to get stronger when coming out of the worst situations?

Why? Because I don’t believe, even for one second, that he had sorry about what he do to her. I believe that he only was mocked her and at the same time giving himself the chance to say :”ey, I apologize her”. I believe that the only unconfortable feelings that he had in that moment is for these things being saying in front to Emma, reminding her the bad things he do it.
I don’t believe that he is sorry at all.

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advluv4life:

lydiamaris:

advluv4life:

lydiamaris:

paintingoncobwebs:

advluv4life:

paintingoncobwebs:

lydiamaris:

sarah1281:

lydiamaris:

onceuponatime-confessions:

I get how people are always more worried about ‘the victim’ in situations, so I’m not shocked about this at all. But did anyone else realize that both Hook and Belle were uncomfortable when Emma had him announce that he’d stay behind? I think that’s why he said ‘sorry’ the way he did- he uses sarcasm in situations like that. That doesn’t make the way he said it okay, but I can see why he’d act/react that way.”

WTF?!!!!Oh, excuse me for being more worried for A innocent woman than for the guy who shhot her for behind!!! If Hook is “unconfortable´´ for having to apologize with the woman he shoots, maybe he shouln´t have shoot her in first place.  

I don’t think that’s what the confession was saying. I think they were saying that everyone is rightfully focusing on Belle as the victim not being comfortable here. But they noticed that Hook himself was also uncomfortable. And he wasn’t uncomfortable merely because he didn’t want to have to apologize to someone that he shot but he was uncomfortable because now that he’s trying to change he doesn’t like the reminders of the villainous things that he’s done. And you’re right that he shouldn’t have done them in the first place but, well, he did and there’s no changing that. Rather than offer a sincere apology, his discomfort at the situation and the prospect of being alone with her and now having his actions brought up led him to be snarky instead of more sincere in his apology. 

But none of that is excusing Hook or saying you shouldn’t empathize with Belle. 

Sorry, but no. I don’t care about the agressor being “unconfortable” for being alone who odviously remind him his sins. I care about the victim. She surely had to be far more “unconfortable” than him.

Oh, c’mon. It was obvious that he was uncomfortable, made worse when she (rightfully) called him out on it. But he didn’t tell her to stop whining and get over it and nothing in the scene suggested that she took it that way.

Belle’s not a delicate flower. She wasn’t traumatized and afraid of being alone with him. From the way they both reacted to the scene, Hook did look like he was the one more uncomfortable. Belle was the one seeking out eye contact, she was the one making her negative feelings known, she was the one calling him out on their past; Hook was the one being cornered, who didn’t know how to react, making silly awkward faces and taking the defense, not offense.

And, really, she certainly didn’t look uncomfortable when she had her back to him, loading him with books and making him be useful; she just looked frustrated that she had to put up with someone she doesn’t like.

Belle came off as the one in charge here. And, to be honest, I just don’t like when people paint her the victim when she’s clearly a strong character who can (and did) handle a sarcastic pirate with ease.

Emilie de Ravin nailed that scene as Belle saying, ‘taking none of your shit, Hook.’

Emilie is the perfect Belle <3

Thanks for pointing all that stuff out, people do tend to baby Belle more than she needs to be and always expect her to be more effected by stuff than she is or more than she shows on screen, but she’s a very resilient woman.

Truer words.

And if people are going to baby Belle (or worse, falsely talk about how she has PTSD from Hook and/or Regina and will be triggered if left alone with them) they should also bring up concerns about how she might’ve been negatively affected by Rumple throwing her into a dungeon, making her clean his bloody aprons, listen while he tortured a man or how (after they fell in love) she still had to pull him away from beating a man to death.

Oddly enough, I rarely hear anyone screaming in horror about that… I do, however, frequently see people defend and laud Belle’s strength, when it comes to Rumple mistreating her.

If you had to say “oh, what Hook does dont matter because other had done worse to her´´, for me you just had not real argument to defend Hook. You actually tried to remove importance to Hook´s bad deeds bringing bad other´s. That is ridiculous. What, if you slap me but other person beat me, your agression is less important? Sorry, but no.

No one is removing importance of anything. But if you’re so worried about how she can’t be comfortable with Hook/Regina then you should questioning how she could fall in love with someone else who not only set the previous two villains on their dark paths (that lead to them attacking or hurting Belle) but also previously harmed Belle herself.

Belle fell in love with a person whio caused millions of people 300+ years of misery (me paraphrasing Belle’s words from 3x15), if she can be strong enough to do that why do you and others treat her like she’s a fragile child when comes to anyone who isn’t Rumple? That’s a double standard.

The difference between Belle in the same room with Rumpel and Belle in the same room with Hook is simple: Belle choose being with Rumpel, even if he hurted him in the past. But Belle don’t choose even talk with Hook, much less having him like bodyward. That’s the difference for me, a huge an important difference.
And we talk about Hook, don’t about Rumpel, the OP don’t even name him. Don’t change the subjet to something more dark than Hook to make him look better in comparision. You can believe that Hook is dancing in a meadow with a flower crown in his head spreading peace and love, but don’t even try to make me believe that shit.
Belle had the right to choose who can be near of her, she choose to be near to Rumpel and she don’t choose be near of Hook.

Exactly, Belle chose to be with someone who hurt her. She should have been traumatized and hurt by what he did, but in the end her mind and will was stronger than anything Rumple did to her. It’s the same with Regina and Hook. Belle is stronger than you give her credit for. Saying 'she was more uncomfortable than Hook' when Belle was much more assertive while Hook showed signs of being uncomfortable is not fair to her character (or his). Just because Hook was the attacker and she was the victim doesn’t make her uncomfortable and him not.

People say that Hook and Regina harmed/tortured Belle so she must be hurt/scarred/traumatized by by/around them- but Rumple harmed/tortured her too (he did it first by the way). When it’s Regina/Hook Belle is weak and uncomfortable, but when it Rumple she’s strong and in charge. It’s a double standard for her character to suit Rumbelle but not other villains or character people hate.

No one is trying to change the subject, we’re still talking about Belle (and Hook). The point is that Hook can be uncomfortable with the situation, just like Belle (if not more/worse than Belle) who has been show to be very strong/brave and not fearful when it comes to villains.

Yes, Belle is holding Hook/Regina’s actions against them, but that doesn’t make her uncomfortable or scared of them too. She did not look scared to be with Hook in the shop, merely flabbergasted that they came up with the idea due to his/their history. Yes, Belle chose to be with Rumple, but if she can do that then what makes you think she can’t get past what Regina/Hook did to her?

She lived with Rumple who made her hear/see/do things that would normally be traumatizing to another human but instead of being uncomfortable and breaking down or refusing to be near him for another moment she became assertive and pushed forward, she grew to accept everything his is and love him,she came for him after all he put her through. Now, she won’t fall in love with Hook of course (never, oh my gosh, lol), but why do you think it’s impossible for her to move past what he did if he shows her through actions (even if his apology was crap)? Why can’t he be more bothered/uncomfortable with being around her now than she is about him after all we’ve seen of her character and her capabilities to get stronger when coming out of the worst situations?

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M井

it got better

IT GOT EVEN BETTER

REBLOGGING AGAIN BECAUSE HOW CAN YOU NOT!!!???!!!!

I guess Ariel realized, she’s not a princess anymore and quickly swapped clothes to welcome Elsa! ;D

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advluv4life:

lydiamaris:

paintingoncobwebs:

advluv4life:

paintingoncobwebs:

lydiamaris:

sarah1281:

lydiamaris:

onceuponatime-confessions:

I get how people are always more worried about ‘the victim’ in situations, so I’m not shocked about this at all. But did anyone else realize that both Hook and Belle were uncomfortable when Emma had him announce that he’d stay behind? I think that’s why he said ‘sorry’ the way he did- he uses sarcasm in situations like that. That doesn’t make the way he said it okay, but I can see why he’d act/react that way.”

WTF?!!!!Oh, excuse me for being more worried for A innocent woman than for the guy who shhot her for behind!!! If Hook is “unconfortable´´ for having to apologize with the woman he shoots, maybe he shouln´t have shoot her in first place.  

I don’t think that’s what the confession was saying. I think they were saying that everyone is rightfully focusing on Belle as the victim not being comfortable here. But they noticed that Hook himself was also uncomfortable. And he wasn’t uncomfortable merely because he didn’t want to have to apologize to someone that he shot but he was uncomfortable because now that he’s trying to change he doesn’t like the reminders of the villainous things that he’s done. And you’re right that he shouldn’t have done them in the first place but, well, he did and there’s no changing that. Rather than offer a sincere apology, his discomfort at the situation and the prospect of being alone with her and now having his actions brought up led him to be snarky instead of more sincere in his apology. 

But none of that is excusing Hook or saying you shouldn’t empathize with Belle. 

Sorry, but no. I don’t care about the agressor being “unconfortable” for being alone who odviously remind him his sins. I care about the victim. She surely had to be far more “unconfortable” than him.

Oh, c’mon. It was obvious that he was uncomfortable, made worse when she (rightfully) called him out on it. But he didn’t tell her to stop whining and get over it and nothing in the scene suggested that she took it that way.

Belle’s not a delicate flower. She wasn’t traumatized and afraid of being alone with him. From the way they both reacted to the scene, Hook did look like he was the one more uncomfortable. Belle was the one seeking out eye contact, she was the one making her negative feelings known, she was the one calling him out on their past; Hook was the one being cornered, who didn’t know how to react, making silly awkward faces and taking the defense, not offense.

And, really, she certainly didn’t look uncomfortable when she had her back to him, loading him with books and making him be useful; she just looked frustrated that she had to put up with someone she doesn’t like.

Belle came off as the one in charge here. And, to be honest, I just don’t like when people paint her the victim when she’s clearly a strong character who can (and did) handle a sarcastic pirate with ease.

Emilie de Ravin nailed that scene as Belle saying, ‘taking none of your shit, Hook.’

Emilie is the perfect Belle <3

Thanks for pointing all that stuff out, people do tend to baby Belle more than she needs to be and always expect her to be more effected by stuff than she is or more than she shows on screen, but she’s a very resilient woman.

Truer words.

And if people are going to baby Belle (or worse, falsely talk about how she has PTSD from Hook and/or Regina and will be triggered if left alone with them) they should also bring up concerns about how she might’ve been negatively affected by Rumple throwing her into a dungeon, making her clean his bloody aprons, listen while he tortured a man or how (after they fell in love) she still had to pull him away from beating a man to death.

Oddly enough, I rarely hear anyone screaming in horror about that… I do, however, frequently see people defend and laud Belle’s strength, when it comes to Rumple mistreating her.

If you had to say “oh, what Hook does dont matter because other had done worse to her´´, for me you just had not real argument to defend Hook. You actually tried to remove importance to Hook´s bad deeds bringing bad other´s. That is ridiculous. What, if you slap me but other person beat me, your agression is less important? Sorry, but no.

No one is removing importance of anything. But if you’re so worried about how she can’t be comfortable with Hook/Regina then you should questioning how she could fall in love with someone else who not only set the previous two villains on their dark paths (that lead to them attacking or hurting Belle) but also previously harmed Belle herself.

Belle fell in love with a person whio caused millions of people 300+ years of misery (me paraphrasing Belle’s words from 3x15), if she can be strong enough to do that why do you and others treat her like she’s a fragile child when comes to anyone who isn’t Rumple? That’s a double standard.

The difference between Belle in the same room with Rumpel and Belle in the same room with Hook is simple: Belle choose being with Rumpel, even if he hurted him in the past. But Belle don’t choose even talk with Hook, much less having him like bodyward. That’s the difference for me, a huge an important difference.
And we talk about Hook, don’t about Rumpel, the OP don’t even name him. Don’t change the subjet to something more dark than Hook to make him look better in comparision. You can believe that Hook is dancing in a meadow with a flower crown in his head spreading peace and love, but don’t even try to make me believe that shit.
Belle had the right to choose who can be near of her, she choose to be near to Rumpel and she don’t choose be near of Hook.

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readingwench:

jessiphia:

Also, fun fact: being nice to someone you hate does NOT make you two faced

it makes you a mature adult who knows when to pick their battles and when to just let it go and tolerate someone for their shitty personality. 

if you think otherwise grow up

SO MANY PEOPLE TO SHOW THIS TO IT ACTUALLY HURTS ME

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flogicallylawless:

If Fox thinks that a Muslim can’t write a book about Christianity

would they agree that men can’t write legislation about women?

EVERYBODY FREEZE.

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