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metaboo:

The entirety of my Legend of Korra’s Book 3 Countdown! I hope you enjoyed it! (´・ᴗ・`)


vorpalinas:

"So, what should we name it?…Itchy armpit it is."


expressions-of-nature:

Glacier River : Alaska, U.S. : Mike Edmonson

expressions-of-nature:

Glacier River : Alaska, U.S. : Mike Edmonson

We go by many names, and take many forms.


alexdamaceno:

Korra WeekDay 4: Home

alexdamaceno:

Korra Week

Day 4: Home




seelywights:

Riley always checks to see if you are as happy to go on a walk as she is 💖


Anonymous asked: "In regard to your reblog about there being no white people in the avatar universe I must ask if you think that most of the characters are blended to make the audience see themselves in the characters? For example, aang looks very white but also clearly modeled off of Asian monks and katara and sokka are darker skinned but look white sometimes. Animation is about making people see themselves in the art so would you agree with this?"

benditlikekorra:

At what point do Sokka or Katara ever look white in the show? They were pretty much consistently brown/Inuit looking characters and I can’t ever recall seeing them portrayed as otherwise outside of the occasional scene with bright white light. Aang may look white to you, but he is very clearly modeled after monks and Asian designs as is Toph Beifong.

This is a show that was made specifically with the intention of using Asian and Inuit culture to create a fantasy world. In every form of media we are flooded with stories revolving around white characters, so it’s incredibly damaging when people say that there are characters in the Avatar world who are white when the creators of the show have gone out of their way to produce something that is so very clearly based on Asian and Inuit people. I’m not saying you can’t relate to a character, but relating to a character by whitewashing them so you can “see yourself” in the story is racist and it erases what little media presence minorities have on television. 

That last statement about animation might be true if we were talking about a show that was about a talking trashcan or something, but this is an amazingly detailed animated show revolving around humans, so the viewer is presented with a specific character view that isn’t left to interpretation. Please don’t think there are any white characters in the Avatar world because that’s a completely inaccurate and harmful view to have.