Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy Have Finally Tied The Knot

Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy Have Finally Tied The Knot

Pop Culture

You didn’t read that wrong, people. DC comic characters Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy were recently married in DC’s Injustice: Year Zero series! In the modern comics, Harley and Ivy have been together for a while and it is so great to see the two become life long partners. The two have been a fan favorite OTP. We love to see a liberated Harley, far way from The Joker and his abuse. She set out on her own to create a life for herself, one where she isn’t defined by her relationship but now, where she can truly be herself, …

Five Fiery Hunger Games Memes

Five Fiery Hunger Games Memes

Oh the Hunger Games. Truly the best of the pack from the dystopian craze, at least in my opinion. It had everything. Fire, social commentary, death, crazy outfits. More movies than you can count. It’s been a while, but I know we’re still hype, and the second Mockingjay movie came out four years ago today, so let’s open some old wounds and have some laughs.   I’m Just Saying Image via BeFunky Look. If we were married, we would live in the same place, and therefore we’d have tons of time to work on the project. Just smart thinking, right? …

His Wife Lost Her Memory, So He Wrote a Book About Their Life

His Wife Lost Her Memory, So He Wrote a Book About Their Life

Book Culture

When Camre Curto started to lose her memory, her husband wanted a way for her to remember their ten-year relationship together. Now, Steve Curto, 38, has written and self-published But I Know I Love You, a book about everything from their first date to the birth of their son. But Camre, 31, has no memory of any of the book’s events. image via amazon Camre suffered a seizure and stroke on the day she gave birth to the couple’s son, Gavin. Though her pregnancy was fairly normal, she began to experience frequent vomiting in the third trimester. 33 weeks into the pregnancy, …

Women in Literature Who Deserved Better Fates

Women in Literature Who Deserved Better Fates

Book Culture

Literature is full of countless incredible female characters, and many of them are able to make a mark on the worlds they inhabit. Some, though, aren’t so lucky. Some don’t get the happy endings they deserve. Let’s take a look at some wronged women from classic literature.   Lydia Bennet – Pride & Prejudice   Image via PandPvsLBD   Okay, so things work out a LITTLE less tragic for this version of Lydia, but overall she should’ve had more help. All those sisters, and no one to protect her from Wickham. She carries on a whole secret affair and actually …