some of you imperial hoes are thirsty af for thrawn and i totally dont understand it, but i 100% respect it. like, yall didnt let the fact that hes blue and has red eyes detract from the fact that you think hes daddy af. you do you ya thawn hoes.
ayyyyyy, it’s yo girl hana back at it again with another muse! meet aeri, resident sweetheart of dongnam and probs in seoul lmao. she’s v v v nice and would legit lend a hand if you need it. i don’t have a plot page for her yet, yikes but i’m down for plotting and winging it! i hope you guys will interact with this lovely bean of mine and hcs are down under the cut
It’s not even a shounen ai.
It’s a sports anime with a canon gay couple.
Please please please, I don’t want to alienate LGBT representation in anime any further than it already has by placing YOI in the yaoi category just because of Victuuri. Rarely do we see gay representation outside of yaoi (if you even consider that representative…) so I want to keep this intact.
ok ok listen i know a lot of people have been bringing up the fact that they dont like brooklyn nine nine because they feel like it’s a “pro-cop show” and it’s “idolizing a gross system” but like?? please try to understand that that is not the point of this show at all?? they have explicitly stated the problem with the police system in one of the episodes, where amy lists real concerns and holt puts up a poster that says “tell us how we can be better.” this is one of the very few shows who i see actually addressing real problems like gun control issues, homophobia, racism, and transphobia (it was just a mention, but still way more than any other show), while still being lighthearted and hilarious. just because this show is set in a cop setting does not mean they are praising anything?? please don’t diss an genuinely funny, good show so quickly because of that. it’s not perfect but it’s trying so much more than anything else on tv right now.