Billboard demonstrating gender stereotypes as most people automatically assume that Alex is the boy.
Theres also more going on here than that to make people assume Alex is the boy. Sure, the stereotypes are one thing and this billboard has an awesome message.
But the boy is at the center of the photograph, and the name Alex is nearly touching him. We see the word Alex and then the next thing we see is the boy. His gesture also is very much “This is me! I am here!” Hes practically pointing to himself with the hand that is right next tot he word Alex. You could probably put any name there and people would initially assume the boy to be that person at first. This has a lot to do with composition. If the girl were in his spot on the billboard, and he were off to the side. I’m going to assume most people would say SHE was Alex first.
Again, this billboard has a great message. But its not just the stereotypes making people think Alex is the boy. They are already going to think Alex is the boy before they read those other words, because the first thing theyre going to see is “MEET ALEX” and then the boy directly next to those words.
Those guys were on oddities I remember it as well
I knew it XD I think I remember them wanting a decoration they could attach a story to. Like an adventure thing. They were cool.
this meme was too silly for me to pass it up. Sorry
I won’t lie, I did it mostly for the Stoick pic =D
Tumblr on November 1st
Were these guys on Oddities? I swear I remember seeing this on Oddities.
Last of the experiment for now ^^ Though, I have some other projects on mind! :)
Some other winners.
This is a real app. This is on the top free apps list. It has over 3 stars.
Muscles and bizarro fashion fixes everything
Hahahaha I dont have muscles just bundles of overcooked pasta.
Tamaki Suoh makes me ridiculously happy except for in those two episodes where he made me ridiculously upset.
I wish my whole vocab was as great as this line
You couldn’t have strength without weakness, you couldn’t have light without dark, you couldn’t have love without loss.
— Jodi Picoult, The Tenth Circle
imagine tamaki suoh in a dollar store