consp1racy:

And that’s what you missed on Orphan Black.

We’ve reblogged this before, we are reblogging it now, and we will reblog it again in the future.

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On point.

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0ddly-romantic:

cosima-niehaus-feels:

THE WAY DELPHINE LOOKS AT HER.

THAT’S HER BUDDY

Buddies.

0ddly-romantic:

cosima-niehaus-feels:

THE WAY DELPHINE LOOKS AT HER.

THAT’S HER BUDDY

Buddies.

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philnoto:

Helena

philnoto:

Helena

Orphan Black: season 2

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suchcosima:

Petition to send helena to the death star

suchcosima:

Petition to send helena to the death star

"Even as she’s getting more ill, we’re seeing that she gets paler, but she makes the effort. She’s going to put her eyes on…" [x]

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#CloneClub doubles: Kathryn Alexandre, Bailey Corneal, and Heidi Malley. (x) (x) (x)

What the extraordinary Orphan Black proves is that the geek community is not just ready for one type of badass woman; it’s ready for (at least) five.

Because Maslany’s performance and the show’s writing contain multitudes and run the gamut of archetypal feminine strength. We have Sarah (who covers wiliness, brawn, and a mothering instinct), Cosima (sheer brain power), Alison (cunning, heightened femininity, and another kind of mothering instinct), Rachel (ruthless ambition), and, best of all, Helena (relentless, feral strength). Helena is the show’s true gift to women, particularly in this season when she took on masculine oppression wherever she went…


Vanity Fair, “Why Is Orphan Black Still Fighting a War Buffy Should Have Won Over 10 Years Ago?” (x)

Tatiana Maslany in Rolling Stone: Geek Love: 30 Nerd Sex Symbols (x)

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