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Once Upon a Time Season 4 Episode 13 Recap (Spoilers)

Hey there! How’s it going? Once Upon a Time is back! The second half of the 4th season premiered tonight! Here’s a quick recap:

The episode starts off with a quick flashback to the Forbidden Fortress where Rumple first assembles Ursula, Maleficent, and Cruella De Vil to get their happy endings. 567 more words

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Once Upon A Time: "Darkness on the Edge of Town" (S4Ep13)

I actually liked this episode of Once Upon A Time. It’s introduction to the new villains was good though a little long, it had a few good twists, something cool for Snowing and so so much SwanQueen. 1,418 more words

Once Upon A Time

'Once Upon A Time' Recap: Snow & Charming Have A Shocking Secret

‘Once Upon A Time’ is back! Season four returned on March 1, and the Queens of Darkness are ready to stir up some serious trouble! 793 more words

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8 Key Moments from Tonight's Once Upon A Time

The second half of Once Upon A Time began to air tonight, and if you’re not wondering what the hell happened, you might remember these awesome moments from the episode. 105 more words

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Once Upon a Time, Season 4 Episode 13 Review: "Darkness on the Edge of Town"

(Beware, spoilers below!)

Once Upon a Time always involves a kick-ass recap so if you’d like to skip it, scroll further down. We return to Once Upon a Time at last as the Queens of Darkness meets in Maleficent’s home. 919 more words

Television

Once Upon a Time Spring Premiere Recap: Hearts of Darkness — Plus: Get Scoop on [Spoiler]'s Secret

ABC’s Once Upon a Time resumed Season 4 with Rumplestiltskin aiming to “reunite the band” for a nefarious gig, while Emma and Regina teamed to best a beast. 817 more words

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what's wrong with "once upon a time"? [SECTION A - RAPE CULTURE/CAPTAIN HOOK]

PROMOTION OF RAPE CULTURE

First of all, what is rape culture? One simple google search answers this question:

  • Rape culture is a theoretical concept (a qualitative theory) in which rape is pervasive and normalized due to societal attitudes about gender and sexuality.
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