idk i once made this

Once upon a time,
There was a beautiful princess,
Who found herself under an evil witch’s curse.
But one day a charming prince rescued the princess,
And they lived happily ever after.

The girl wasn’t a princess;
The witch wasn’t evil;
The prince wasn’t charming.

Once upon a time,
There was a beautiful girl
Who fell in love with a witch.
But one day a jealous prince killed the girl,
And no one lived happily ever after.
—  As The Story Goes | E.W.

Hermione’s screams echoed off the walls upstairs, Ron was half sobbing as he pounded the walls with his fists…


my google search ‘how to help ur catholic mom deal w the fact that ur gay’ was pretty unhelpful, tbh

The way people talk about Mulan on Once Upon a Time really irritates me. I keep hearing people say that there shouldn’t be anymore queer characters because “You already got Mulan”. 

Like What?

We GOT her?

it makes it sound like the entire queer community is holding her hostage in a basement somewhere. 

Or that she’s been infected by some sort of uncurable zombie virus

Or that queer people are some sort of vengeful gods that demand sacrifice. Every TV show must now surrender one beloved character to the queer side. 

The actors stand, huddled in a corner, whispering worriedly….

nobody knows…

 who will be the next victim…. 

of the LGBTQ+ community!!!

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Like one of the previous anons, I also started mass effect during a big change in my life. I moved across the ocean to a country where I didn't speak the language, and started playing it once I settled in. Idk how to explain it, but it made the transition easier.

I’m so happy when I get to hear those stories, and I love that we all had different situations at the time (so the details aren’t the same at all) but the feeling that Mass Effect made our life better when we needed it is there.

In a way, there is no need to explain it further, we get it :)


Regina inspires them, which I love, because she’s like this horrible, murder villain and yeah, but she’s come full circle and she’s worked on herself and that’s inspired so many - that good can come from broken is really her message.“ - Lana Parrilla