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help pls?

ok this is for my art project. I’m looking at social issues like gender and sexuality in pop culture (esp. in movies/tv shows/books) and I’m looking for shows that in particular show the following:

  • male characters who defy gender stereotypes (i already have a buttload of examples of females but any more would also be appreciated)
  • gender neutral characters
  • shows/movies/books which are good for LGBT+ representation
  • basically anything that might be interesting for me to explore (seriously I’m having a mindblank anything would help right now)

so yeah if you have any idea please message me or reply to this. thanks a lot, I’ll be so grateful for any help! (◡‿◡✿)

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I don't have claws, or glowing eyes or super senses. 
I just have voices in my head.
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teen wolf au: roleswap
(based on this incredible au)

in which allison is the main protagonist struggling with school, first dates, broody ex high schoolers and full moons. lydia is her snarky unconventional ‘sidekick’. scott mccall is the new kid in town that comes from a family of hunters.

six fanfictions i am currently craving: 

  • the steve rogers and bucky barnes are really mad about these newfangled bananas show, starring steve rogers and bucky barnes, who are really mad about these newfangled bananas
  • this same fic, five more times
The thing about Sam Wilson is...

He’s not only incredibly empathetic, he’s perceptive. From their first meeting, he’s able to pick up the way Steve shuts down at the mention of being frozen, recognize that Steve has PTSD and reach out to him sympathetically without blinking an eye. He’s willing to take Steve and Natasha in when everyone else is trying to kill them with no questions asked, because he knows they couldn’t have gotten to that place without a good reason. He is able to make Steve laugh, smile, trust him and accept his offers of help, something Steve is doing with no one else, because he figures out the right things to say.

So when Brock Rumlow is telling him that with Hydra, order comes from pain, that Hydra doesn’t take prisoners and Sam tells him to shut the hell up, IT’S INCREDIBLY IMPORTANT. Rumlow is doing a cliche villain monologue, trying to justify his actions and explain his objectives, and Sam SHUTS HIM DOWN. Sam, the perceptive, empathetic character WILL NOT LET HIM JUSTIFY OR EXPLAIN WHY IT’S OKAY FOR HYDRA TO DO THESE THINGS. 

That should tell you everything you need to know about whether any sympathy should be extended to Hydra or members there-of in this universe. Sam did not and would not. And Sam, like Steve, is an everyman character, idealized. Sam is all of us, if we were the best we could be. By having Sam say that line, the narrative is indicating none of us should give these characters a chance to explain themselves, because no explanation will make their actions excusable.