Female characters in fairy tales are usually either princesses or witches, tasked with needing rescue or meddling in the process of someone getting rescued. But we're only talking about our modern versions of fairy tales. The original versions, which hail from notoriously more sexist eras, often feature women as actual characters.
Home › Forums › Story Speculations › Ford's Place Tagged: #westworld #Ford #AnthonyHopkins This topic contains 0 replies, has 1 voice, and was last updated by Carrie Birdsong 46 seconds ago. Viewing 1 post (of 1 total) Author Posts December 3, 2016 at 10:15 pm #29243 Carrie BirdsongParticipant Ford's Place By: Amber Rose "Come my boy."
Dance of Clementine By: Amber Rose (a.k.a Carrie Birdsong) The human statues stand around her, in rows. They are of many colors and many sizes and many faces. In their unconsciousness, however, they are family. The nothing in their collective eyes and collective faces make them the same. They are crowd.