I like the idea of taking every woman joke from the last season, and turning them into Moffat jokes.
”..before I go, I just want to tell you, you were fantastic. Absolutely fantastic. And you know what? So was I” -
Through crimson stars and silent stars and tumbling nebulas like oceans set on fire, through empires of glass and civilizations of pure thought, and a whole, terrible, wonderful universe of impossibilities.
You see these eyes? They're old eyes...
notice how Russel T Davies saw his companions as women
and Moffat saw his companions as girls
I think that says a lot
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Favorite Amy Pond Era episodes: 5x10 - Vincent and the Doctor
“It seems to me there’s so much more to the world then the average eye is allowed to see. I believe, if you look hard, there are more wonders in this universe then you could ever have dreamed of.”
Favourite secondary female characters from Doctor Who. (1/?).
Matt Smith is done being The Doctor. Which means it is now time to introduce a female Doctor. This apparently upsets some of you […] I got a lot of folks saying that this was “PC tokenism.” That it would just be marketing. Falsely trying to balance — well, who gives a shit. You know the drill. It’s nonsense. Crap of the highest order […] You say, it’s “tokenism.” But tokenism isn’t what you think it is [..] Tokenism is a dismissive, hand-wavey gesture. Tokenism is, “Here, happy now? We’re eating bread, but you enjoy these crusts. HEY IT’S BETTER THAN NOTHING, SHADDAP.” Making your titular character — in this case, making the Doctor a woman — isn’t a token. It’s a nuclear bomb.
If we can’t give the role of a flesh-changing alien to a woman and instead relegate the actresses only to the “girl groupies,” that’s kinda fucked up, isn’t it? What kind of message is that for the families who are watching the show? Not the adult geeks of Whovian fandom, but kids who dig the character and all its assorted fictions? And it’s that last point that matters most for me; this is a show where kids are watching. Little boys. Little girls. Do we really want to say to little girls, “You can never be The Doctor? You are forever relegated to The Companion?” And do you really want that same message for boys? “You will always be The Doctor. Girls are forever your Companions.” Fuck that noise. I want my son to grow up in a world where women can be real doctors and imaginary Time Lord Space Doctors."