taiey:

Moffat’s Women - Nancy
Nancy is an assertive and caring young woman - a leader, who the homeless children of London look up to with absolute trust. Whether it is using the air raids for a nice meal, forcing Mr Lloyd to let her go after being caught, or singing a transformed soldier to sleep, she is incredibly resourceful and quick on her feet. As a teenage single mother, Nancy has her demons and secrets. But when push comes to shove, she faces them proudly and it is her bravery that saves the world on that day in January 1941.

"But you’re not…"
"What?"
"German."

This is the truth, Doctor. You take ordinary people and you fashion them into weapons.

ruthplaysdwl:

Got Angie! :D
Love her outfit. wwww

ruthplaysdwl:

Got Angie! :D

Love her outfit. wwww

Moffat’s Women - Madame Vastra
Madame Vastra is wise, loyal, and capable. She projects an air of poise and is typically rather sparse with her feelings - unless she is around Jenny. There we can observe a much wider range of emotions, from loving and playful to scared and enraged, when the woman she loves is in danger. Not to mention that the two of them have a quite a bit of fun, as they and Strax solve crimes together: Madame Vastra is a Victorian superhero.

(via grlnamedlucifer)

riversnogs:

You're my daughter, and we've only just got started. You're going to be great. You're going to be more than great. You're going to be amazing. You hear me? Jenny?

(via confidenceandparanoia)

daenystormborn:

Doctor Who + Season 1 female side characters (for burntlikethesun)

(via pantstheterrible)

gallifreyan-detective:

Madame de Pompadour + quotes | requested by Anon.

(via drakyndra)

If you’re going to tell a story about a playwright’s words being hijacked by an alien species, then, you know, you might as well make that playwright the most famous playwright that’s ever lived. - David Tennant.

(via pantstheterrible)