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This letter is my first step into legally transitioning from a woman to a man. […] I’ve always been attracted to men, and-and they say that’s not gonna change. […] I know this may seem sudden to you, but it doesn’t to me. […] I’ve felt like this my whole life. Growing up, I was… I was really confused. I thought I was just a tomboy. So, I got into sports, I started coaching football, and I wrestled hogs in my free time, but no matter what I did, I never felt at home in my own skin. I never felt like my body fit who I was on the inside. I don’t hate being a woman, and I don’t regret the things I’ve been through, because they’ve made me the person I am today. A person strong enough to go through with this transition. I got to do it for my own peace of mind. I got to get my body in alignment with how I see myself.

I didn’t realise how much Blainofsky would affect me until I woke up this morning and burst into tears.

Holy shit this hurts. I was bullied so badly when I was 11 that I still get panicked whenever I think of that time. In what possible world would the Blaine we know and have seen for the last 4 seasons, decide to hook up with the guy who tormented the love of his life for so long?,

Bravo, Glee writers, even for you this is a monumental fuck up of the highest order.


Congratulations Glee. I really appreciate such little things. In Artie’s dream Kurt has the bag he had till he transfered to Dalton and changed it to another one, so it match to Dalton uniform. Then he kept it when he came back. And he doesn’t have that bag in dream sequence, because he never transfered.

Red Band Society: Pilot



One episode in and

A) I am in love

B) this is a gem


In a society filled with dystopian tragedies finally we have a good-natured, humanistic one hour a week television show with heart. So far, one episode in I feel like I did at the beginning of Glee. Hopefully they don’t mess this one up.


The first 5 minutes have you thinking about The Breakfast Club and then you  find out that the narrator is in a coma. The casting seems to be right on par and Octavia Spencer(The Help) was a perfect choice for the nurse.


There are so many things I want to talk to you guys about, but alas I cannot since we are spoiler-free.

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xoxo Nicole

It has been just so amazing to revisit this incredible and iconic episode of television from the point of view of the characters who were background back then. Bravo, Glee.