express feelings

*punches a wall* i want a boyfriend

anonymous asked:

You know I call it the White sisters paradox. Rebecca was introduced as a good White. We were told that she is an innocent victim and we are supposed to symphathize with her. But the more I watch Rebecca the more I like Chrissie.

haha, that’s a great way to think of it anon

although, slight side note: i think we’re supposed to like chrissie at the moment, because she’s acting very supportive (like… more so than makes sense???? tbh????? like, she barely reacted to the first abortion?????) and i love it, don’t get me wrong, when chrissie is wonderful and supportive and has someone to interact with in a positive way (BECAUSE THATS SO FLIPPING RARE) i love it, but i am also kind of suspicious about what they’re building up to and what the purpose of this is to the plot? because there has to be a plot purpose for her being so unquestionably, unwaveringly supportive, in spite of the robert element

idk i’m sus


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Reasons to watch The Get Down

- Set in the 70’s, we all love vintage aesthetic

- Characters of color that are not only amazing and talented but complex and flawed without being demonized

- Friendships between young characters that are entertaining, supportive and dont rely on putting each other down for the sake of laughs

- Talks about racial and political issues and how they affect poor people (esp poc) really respectfully from many perspectives of many characters

- Music, art, poetry play big parts on this, its all about how these things help the characters (young poc) express themselves and inspire them to become better and reach for bigger things

- Treats abusive relationships (both familiar and romantic) realistically

- LGBT and drag culture represented realistically without being demonized or treated as a joke (also one of the characters may be part of the comunity)

- Young characters are allowed to be young and discover new things and themselves and make mistakes without being portrayed negatively, just as people making mistakes

- Talks about the life poor poc and the struggles they live with as marginalized groups, makes important statements about race and politics, shows the importance of young people and how they express themselves, with beautiful cinematography, aesthetics, soundtrack and an amazing and talented cast and it does it all in only 8 chapters and it could do more if it gets more attention and love