“It’s the idea of a main character who is trying to control his own life and the soundtrack of his own life, and when that works it’s joyous and when that doesn’t work it’s debilitating to him. That was just a fascinating idea to me.” - Edgar Wright (Baby Driver, 2017)
we joke about the prospect of big youtubers playing hiveswap but let’s not forget where we came from. alot of us were those younger, “cringey,” embarassing homestuck fans back when the comic was updating. and it was wonderful. embarassing, yeah, but so much fun. so I guess just kind of… keep that in mind. don’t be shitty to these kids
I definitely wasn’t born bisexual, I had to actively choose to acknowledge that I experienced attraction outside of men, whom I’ve always been taught to be attracted to. I had to examine that attraction too and make sure it was genuine before I made any decisions. Then I had to reconcile within myself that I was attracted to multiple folks. So while I am able to reflect and realize that even in my youth I experienced crushes on women, I wouldn’t necessarily say I was born that way. I can’t help being attracted to who I’m attracted to but I feel like saying ‘I was born like this’ discredits the journey of self exploration I had to take to get to this point.
Natasha was happy as she had never been in her life. She was at that highest pitch of happiness, when one becomes completely good and kind, and disbelieves in the very possibility of evil, unhappiness, and sorrow.