Also, I just remembered that after Brienne swore to serve Lady Stark I made a post stating that I cannot wait for more scenes between them.

Nobody ever commented on that post and now I know why. 

THEY FIGHT WAR THROUGH SONG AND DANCE

….would be the epic title of the long awaited 20th book yes thank you.

I imagine Rachel could trigger the Quinn in Cersei. 

"You’re the most beautiful woman I’ve ever met. But you’re a lot more than that."

Margaery. Brienne. Santana Lopez.

In one scene together.

…Wait, what?

Just imagine everyone’s faces.

"Winter is coming so give it up for The Troubletones!"

It’s almost 8am and I would love nothing more than a GoT/Glee crossover.

Gay Timeline

policeeternity:

  • 1900s-1950s: gays dont exist yet
  • 1960s: the first gays appear, good time for hippys
  • 1970s: gays learn to play music, invent disco
  • 1980s: AIDS happens… big time government fail
  • 1990s: gays start to take stand
  • 2000s: gays achieve equality thru civil unions
  • 2010s: then take it too far with social justioce crap :\
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Reversing that completely ignorant lebanese/lesbian joke they cracked in Mean Girls was probably the most lesbian-friendly thing Glee has ever done.

(Reblogged from ladywinthrop)

"Mean Girls" Rant

evelynvincible:

It’s suddenly striking me how weird it is that the entire impetus for the plot of Mean Girls is… homophobia? lesbophobia? 

The thing Janis hates Regina for — what motivates her to contrive to “ruin [Regina’s] life” — is that Regina started a rumor that she, Janis, was a lesbian.
Not just that her one-time best friend started [a nasty rumor] about her.
Not that her one-time best friend outed her.
But that the [nasty, false rumor] was that she was a lesbian.

And then that keeps being a thing she’s insecure about for the rest of her adolescence.
All her friends at school stop talking to her, presumably because they think she’s a lesbian. It’s so bad that she has to drop out of school.
In high school, she doesn’t want Cady to even know about the lesbian rumor, because it’s so awful for people to think you might be a lesbian, right?

Her best friend is openly gay, but the possibility of anyone even thinking she might be a lesbian is socially unacceptable.

But no one says anything about that. No one questions it.
No one’s like, “Why are you so mad that people might think you’re a lesbian? Isn’t your best friend gay? Why would people like you less because you’re a lesbian?”
How weird is that?
Then at the end, she ends up with a dude. Like, wouldn’t it have been better if she turned out to actually be a lesbian who felt betrayed by being outed by a person she thought was her friend? What if the problem wasn’t “fear of being a lesbian,” but rather “fear of being hurt by people you trust?”

The movie is so uncritical of the perspective that being a lesbian is the worst thing that can happen to a preteen/teen girl. Like, we’re supposed to just accept that having people think you’re a lesbian is worth ruining lives over.
I’m so uncomfortable with this right now.

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Most of the criticism [of the scene with Jaime and Cersei in the sept] is in response to an overwhelming discomfort at the “changed” scene, and is coming from readers who, in reading the book, did not recognize it as a sexual encounter that involved blatant disregard for Cersei’s lack of consent. So to have it presented to them so plainly as a non-consensual encounter by HBO flew in the face of their interpretation of that sex scene, because, of course, if it had been rape, they would have seen and remembered that! So, HBO must have added that in, as obsessed as they are with shock value! Those are all easier emotions to feel than the uncomfortable idea that you yourself didn’t recognize rape when you read it in black and white.”
Rochelle Keyhan, HBOWatch, “Rape in the Great Sept of Barlor: An Analysis
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yourmediahasproblems:

littlemissrantsalot:

yourmediahasproblems:

i want to create a tv show about a group of friends where they’re all queer except the one token cishet friend who’s only there to say stereotypical “straight” things for laughs like “macklemore got me into rap” and “my mom and i got into a fight because she wouldn’t buy me a fourth obey snapback”

Or we could just stop stereotyping people.

you’re cast

(Reblogged from kuunakullanvalkeana)

Sometimes I boil water but don’t use it because just the idea of coffee soothes my nerves.

melesbian:

If you’re feeling down, I’ll go down on you

(Reblogged from charli-mcda)

frostingpeetaswounds:

FRIENDLY REMINDER THAT FANFICTION AUTHORS WRITE IN THEIR OWN SPARE TIME AND YOU GET THEIR WRITING FOR FREE, THEY ARE DOING THIS FOR FREE ON THEIR OWN TIME 

don’t be an asshole

In fact, please try to be extra nice. I always make sure to review especially the stories that get few reviews, because most oftentimes I’ll get a reply that says: “Thanks so much, I was actually about to give up on this but now I have some motivation again.” 

So it’s really worth it to leave a comment. You make someone happy AND increase the chance of getting more of that fic you like.

(Reblogged from charli-mcda)

princekarkat:

for some reason i thought both of these were the same post and i sat for awhile trying to figure out which ice cream face was the weak bitch

(Source: princeloptr)

(Reblogged from charli-mcda)