Saturday, November 26, 2016

Thranduil is an ENTJ

See my Tauriel essay for scene details. For clarification on how the eight functions work, see here.

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Feminism Terminology

Throughout my years of studying feminism, gender, and sexuality; I have never found a terminology list that fully satisfies me. This is my attempt to make one. No list can be completely comprehensive, because everyone has their own unique way of defining themselves. However, I hope this list is a good tool for people new to these subjects.

I highly recommend reading all of the terminology before following any of the links, because you will have a much better chance of understanding said articles!

Wednesday, July 20, 2016

Tauriel is an ENTJ

See my Tauriel essay for scene details. For clarification on how the eight functions work, see here.

Arwen is an INFP

See here for my Arwen essay. For clarification on how the eight functions work, see here.

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Height Differences in The Hobbit

I am making this post to clarify the height differences in The Hobbit trilogy. Many fanworks are grossly inaccurate in their portayal of the difference, and a number of people have made fun of Tauriel and Kili for it.


Wednesday, May 4, 2016

My Mirkwood Family Headcanons

I thought I would share with you my personal headcanons for our beloved Mirkwood elves.

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Elladan and Elrohir Die

Many seem to be confused about the fates of Elladan and Elrohir – I know I was for a long time. (Bold is my emphasis)

Sunday, January 10, 2016

Legolas's Family History

This essay follows my Tolkien Canon Policy. Anything that does not contradict the text(s) above it is considered canon. Lord of the Rings is the first tier; The Hobbit, The Silmarillion, and The Children of H̼rin are the second tier (as all Рin some way Рwere not fully complete like LotR; however they are all individual books in their own right); and all other works and notes are in the third tier.

It may stand out to you that I do not use any quotes from The Hobbit in this essay. That is because this essay is about the bigger Middle-earth mythology, and The Hobbit was not written with the intention of being part of the bigger mythology, thus leading to numerous inconsistencies that cannot be reconciled.

So I was reading an essay that argued for Thranduil and Celeborn being related (here; the author is called Gwed). Some of the information was inaccurate, but it got me thinking, and looking at the texts again. The implications I found were fascinating. Lets take a journey through elven history, shall we? (Bold is my emphasis)