anyway today i had one of the best healthcare experiences ever, perhaps improbably at the doctor’s office i was assigned by medicaid, including a long intake interview with an older lesbian nurse named flo with no awkwardness about the “are you sexually active” questions or anything else, and she told me about marching in the first pride march in 1970 and blocking traffic with act up in the ’80s and how she’s so worried now, never believing we’re safe. she seemed genuinely pleased to meet me and of course i was thrilled to meet her and then the doctor was super nice as well and is gonna help me out and anyway have i mentioned recently that i love this city because i do
2x19 was the best episode I’ve ever watched in my life. Most people don’t understand why supergirl means so so much to me. It’s a show that is dear to my heart. I found it at a time when I needed it most. Alex came out and found love. I finally realized that the reason why I was so unhappy was because I wouldn’t allow myself to be who I really am. I lived depressed for years keeping a part of myself hidden. And for what reason? To please others? Fuck other people. You could die tomorrow. Why are you living for other people? Live for yourself. Don’t waste a moment doing anything that doesn’t bring you happiness. You deserve the goddamn world and if no one tells you that then I am here to. Sanvers is my “light at the end of a tunnel” & I just cannot explain how grateful I am for Floriana and Chyler.
I’m from Argentina and the antisanvers shippers are really pissing me off. They hate Floriana because she is a fake a latina. So they should hate Chyler for being a fake lesbian. They don’t get that Flo is playing a character and of course Maggie Sawyer is a lesbian and latina. That makes sanvers amazing.
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I’m here today because I am gay. And because… maybe I can make a difference. To help others have an easier and more hopeful time. Regardless, for me, I feel a personal obligation and a social responsibility. »