" [The studio] feel like ‘its just a movie’, and I’m like, you don’t get how many times this cat in Manila has watched this film and been inspired and felt like he could do anything, just because you ignited a little flame with one little sequence that lasted a couple of seconds, that made him feel he could. Its about this idea that you can get out of where you are if you just perpetuate a joy that takes you somewhere." [x]
Loki: Very well, perhaps you prefer one of your new companions, given that you seem to like them so much.
Loki as Steve Rogers: Oh this is much better, whoo! Costume’s a bit much… so tight with confidence. I can feel the righteousness surging! Wanna have a rousing discussion about truth, honor, patriotism, god bless Americ—
Yes. It’s called cultural competency. Or just being fucking aware that you aren’t the only person on the planet.
Changing the way we talk is not political correctness run amok. It reflects an admirable willingness to acknowledge others who once were barely visible to the dominant culture, and to recognize that something that may seem innocent to you may be painful to others.