• favorite character: *is about to do something embarrassing*
  • Me: *pauses tv*
  • Me: *stares into space and cringes for 10 minutes, goes for a walk, rocks back and forward in the shower, sits on couch regrettably*
  • me: *presses play*

Even though Glee was an incredibly flawed show it managed to break many barriers and traditional conventions on television. The show brought awareness to many issues surrounding many minority communities and humanised characters that would have been typically portrayed as caricatures. Though their portrayals weren’t often perfect, barley any shows reach this level of representation. Credit where credit is due. (insp)

I just love those gay ships where...

They’re supposed to be rivals/enemies

And yet they actually care about one another

Person A is soft (for the most part)

While person B usually has their walls up…

they do however, put their guard down when person A is around

girl “friends”

Person A aggressively believes in person B and shows them the good they see

Person B then realizes what person A means and learns from it ! yes

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