fanfic writers are truly amazing. they spend some of their free time preparing and writing a story so we can enjoy it for free. we will laugh, cry and revive our favorite movie, show or book with brand new ideas and interesting plots that this authors are creating for our (and obviously theirs as well) entertainment.
I know a lot of people don’t take fanfics seriously, but as long as they make fans happy they aren’t such a bad thing. And not all fanfics are poorly written, on contrary, some of them are pieces of art. I know people who write beautifully and they use that ability to write fanfics because that’s what makes them happy.
What I’m trying to say is that we should appreciate this people’s work. I don’t think it is a childish thing just because some of them suck and are actually written by children. That happens with all genres, right? Some books may suck whether they are young adult, sci-fi, romance…
So appreciate this, please, and let other people be happy doing whatever they like.
Disney Channel boys are typically known for being cute, funny, and dumb. Look at Austin and Ally, Liv and Maddie, Jessie, Girl Meets World, the list goes on.
I’m so proud of Andi Mack for humanizing boys. For showing that boys are messy, and have feelings, and can be just as complicated as girls are. For showing that boys don’t have to be conventionally attractive, or funny, or perfect, or even like girls to be valid.
The boys in Andi Mack are all so complicated. They’re all insecure, and working through their insecurities, and learning who they are, just like the girls are. They have emotions. They have stories. They cry, and have crushes, and feel jealous. They’re human.
So thank you, Andi Mack, for showing that boys are more than just pretty faces on screen, meant to be the main character’s love interest.
not to sound ungrateful about the andi mack news and disney’s “groundbreaking” move but they could’ve broken ground in 2014 by letting Riley Matthews realize she was in love with her best friend Maya Hart no i’m not ever getting over it