okay tbh as much as i love ahs im a little sick of them bringing in gay couples who end up dead/harmed. like has there been a SINGLE gay couple or even gay person who got a happy ending from that show? idk its just…
im sick and tired of men complaining about women being afraid of them like i DO NOT CARE if it hurts your feelings when a girl crosses the street to get further away from you!!! we hear how men talk about us! we see how men treat us! well stop being scared of men when they stop being so fucking scary!
edit: i made this post as a part of an annoyed rant, because a family member was complaining about a woman avoiding him in the parking lot. it was a personal post that i made at like 2 am, not meant or expected to get notes, NOT meant to be reblogged by terfs, and DEFINITELY ‼️ not meant to single out men of color. im white, and i wasnt even considering that white women often use this language to justify their racist violent perceptions and fear of men of color. i should have have been more specific and thought this post through more. im sorry
Not to start shit but don’t fucking tag your stuff as #chosen jacobs #jeremy ray taylor #sophia lillis if it’s a pictures of only FINN, JACK, WYATT AND JAEDEN!!!! I get that you’re thirsty for notes but its downright disrespectful and annoying!!! Just because they’re not skinny white boys DOESN’T meant they don’t exist!!!
Following from this have nine picture of these beautiful, talented, UNDERRATED actors
so there’s this part in chapter 62 where simon and baz are lying on the carpet in front of the fireplace holding hands, and when baz asks simon if he was on the List Of Things to Not Think About, simon says ‘trying not to think about you is like trying not to think about an elephant thats standing on ur chest’ and baz just has a good few moments of fond reflection before he starts smiling and says 'i dont know if that’s a compliment or…’ and they’re giggling and idk the idea that baz is a teenaged boy still baffles me sometimes, but its scenes like that one where the casualness of it is so lovely? its easy to relate to and thats what makes reading carry on so nice