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If you love someone, you tell them. Even if you’re scared that it’s not the right thing. Even if you’re scared that it’ll cause problems. Even if you’re scared that it will burn your life to the ground, you say it, and you say it loud and you go from there.
—  Mark Sloan

“When your village has been plundered and your livestock eaten, when your soldiers are missing and the children have hidden, out comes Little Red Riding Hood, baring her teeth and hungry for more… Tell me, who will protect you from the big bad wolf?”

I’ve been thinking that Nina and Velouria have a nice matching folktale aesthetic going on, in that one’s basically Robin (Robbin’, hehe get it?) Hood and the other is Red Riding Hood and The Wolf at the same time.


Homosexuality is not bad!!!

Hey guys. 

I´m from Germany and while I was on my YouTube Channel I stumbled across a comment that made me pretty angry. So I have to get rid of all the homophobic people out there!!!

If you do not support it or hates homosexuality in shows such as supergirl, the 100, teen wolf, Pretty Little Liars ( and there are many more shows), because it disgusts you and your children can still see it. Then do not looK at it or change your attitude to it.

Because of people like you it falls to those usually even more difficult to out than already anyway. That is just embarrassing and you honestly only sorry with your attitude.

Have you ever thought or noticed that throught these shows which is helped to open. These shows are supposed to show that it is not bad when one is homosexual and then such people like her come and judge over them.

As far as your children are concerned, they will be raised by you and probably have the same attitude as their parents. I can only hope that in their lives a clever decision will meet us to form an opinion about it.

We all live in a century where it should not matter whether a couple of two different sexes or they are same sexually.

 And if you shoulde change your attitude times you would perhaps also recognize that there is much more homosexuality in your environment than you suspect. Maybe your Neighbor, the Cashier in the Supermarket or even one in your family circle is homosexual. Only you do not recognize it because you do not want to accept it.

I have only one advice or rather said one please!

Confronts you with the topic trying to get in touch with these people and put you in their position then you perhaps understand why they want to live and love. Maybe you wil have a completely different attitude to it and if not then you have at least tried it.

But keep back with comments and hate campaign, because that does not bring any. It hurts only people who do not do anything bad as their life so as they keep it for correct. They just want to be happy like everyone else and I find that it derserves everyone no preference whether heterosexual or homosexual!!!

Thank you for the attention and share this if you are the same opinion!


20 Favorite Television Characters [As voted by my followers]

17. Arizona Robbins // Grey’s Anatomy

“Most people think I was named for the state, but it’s not true. I was named for a battleship, the U.S.S. Arizona. My grandfather was serving on the Arizona when the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor, and he saved 19 men before he drowned. Pretty much everything my father did his whole life was about honoring that sacrifice. I was raised to be a good man in a storm. Raised to love my country, love my family, protect the things I love. When my father, Colonel Daniel Robbins of the United States Marine Corps heard that I was a lesbian, he said he had only one question. I was prepared for, “How fast can you get the hell out of my house?” But instead, it was, “Are you still who I raised you to be?” My father believed in country the way that you believe in God. And my father is not a man who bends, but he bent for me because I’m his daughter. I’m a good man in a storm. I love your daughter, and I protect the things that I love. Not that I need to. She doesn’t need it. She’s strong, and caring, and honorable. And she’s who you raised her to be.”

It’s the quiet moments that make her miss Arizona the most.

It’s the mornings where she wakes before the alarm and simply stares at the ceiling, waiting for the day to start. She never wakes Penny, never feeling the same pull to see her eyes open, or hear her voice murmur a sleepy greeting. It’s not the same, and she feels badly…but she just lays there, thinking of another person, another lifetime, letting the quiet wash over her as the early light filters in.

It’s the evenings when she’s home alone, Sofia already in bed, and the apartment rests in silence when she can’t find anything to watch on TV. She’ll pick up a book, or catch up on news online, but instead of the comfortable silence she used to feel with the blonde as they shared the couch, or the kitchen table, or pillows on the floor, all she feels is an oppressive, heavy stillness in the air. And it’s not that she’s simply lonely – because she finds that she doesn’t yearn for Penny to be there. She doesn’t feel the need to text her at work, or to slip on one of her sweatshirts. And she feels a little badly about that, too, but she can’t help it, and she can’t shake the feeling that something just isn’t right.

It’s when she gets Sofia into her pajamas and snuggles up before a bedtime story at night. When the little girl smiles and it looks so much like her mother in Seattle, and when she clutches her stuffed polar bear – a bear that was gifted before they moved and that comes home to New York twice a month smelling like the other woman, a bear that’s become a safety blanket in more ways than one, to more than just Sofia.

It’s when she watches their daughter in the bathtub, and her eyes trail over the pale, barely visible scar down the centre of her chest – the reminder of how she was born, and the reminder of how Arizona helped save her life. The reminder of how her mother helped save her life, and how she’s been protecting her with her entire being ever since. The reminder of everything they went through to become a family…and everything that was lost.

It’s when she’s walking through the park, looking for a bench she’ll never find in New York no matter how hard she looks. It’s when the rain falls on cool, grey, cloudy days – reminiscent of Seattle, but never the same.

It’s when all she needs is a hug and there’s no one to give it because she’ll never ask, and Penny never seems to sense it. Arizona always knew, and Callie misses that. 

She misses Arizona.

She has everything she thought she wanted – the life she imagined, away from a decade of memories. The life she thought would finally take her away and make her feel whole again. She has Sofia, and she has Penny, and she has it all.

But in the quiet moments, the moments that seem to grow more and more frequent the longer she’s away instead of the opposite, there’s only one thing Callie thinks about, only one thing she wants more than anything – one person.

She wants home. 


'Grey's Anatomy': Minnick Faces Uphill Battle at Grey Sloan | EW

Eliza Minnick hasn’t made the best first impression at Grey Sloan.

Not only did Minnick (Marika Dominczyk) basically oust Richard (James Pickens Jr) as the head of the surgical residency program, but she also essentially got Meredith (Ellen Pompeo) suspended. So when Minnick implements Phase 2 of her teaching methods during Thursday’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy, the doctors of Grey Sloan won’t take it very well. EW turned to Dominczyk to get the scoop:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Eliza is implementing her next phase of teaching. What does that entail?
MARIKA DOMINCZYK: That entails 100 percent using Eliza’s method, which means the residents get to go to work and the attendings are way more hands-off. It’s going to be like a real trial of this method that Eliza believes is tried and true, and the only way to move the hospital forward.

How will the attendings take to the next phase?
They’re not going to like it. It’s going to take a little bit of arm twisting to get there. Not many of them like Eliza.

What is it like for you to play a character who is so universally hated right now?
It’s so funny because, honestly, I don’t look at it that way. As an actor, it’s so much fun to play this character for me, because I’m not like Eliza, I’m not Type-A. I’m not Eliza, so as an actor, it’s been the best and so fun to walk in and do this. Grey’s has such an enormous fanbase that I wasn’t aware of. I take it all with a grain of salt. I look at Twitter. I feel like it would be so boring if you just loved everybody all the time. That’s my personal opinion. I think it’s fun and I think she shakes it up a bit.

Do I think that her social graces are on point? Not necessarily. [Laughs] Would I behave the way she does? I wouldn’t. But, at the end of the day, she’s doing it because she super believes that her way is the best way. She got hired to do this job and she’s going to do it. Eliza said, “I’m not here to make friends,” and she believes that. Would she like to make friends? I’m sure. She can’t right now because her No. 1 goal is to do the job she was hired for. Unfortunately, that’s not a job people like her having.

Is she finding any other allies at the hospital?
She kind of finds an ally slowly. It goes a little bit back and forth. Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) has been in her corner sort of, kind of. Edwards (Jerrika Hinton) really likes her there. The people that want to learn and progress have been a little more open than some others, but it’s still like treading water. It’s been slow trying to get people on her side.

Do you think she can ever win the doctors over?
I don’t know if she can. Just like with the fans, there’s so much history, I think there’s so much history on the show within the hospital. I don’t know if they would all be like a kumbaya, love Eliza [situation]. She’s the type of character that’s not for everybody. Her bedside manner is not the best, so I don’t know. I hope so.

Eliza clearly has feelings for Arizona, so what’s that challenge like for her because she’s hated by the doctors who side with Richard (James Pickens Jr.)? Does she feel like there’s any hope for a relationship with Arizona?
I think she does, and that’s part of her appeal and part of why people don’t like her, because she doesn’t get it. For her, work is just work and this is what happens at work; people may or may not like it. When she’s not at work, she’s just who she is and likes who she likes, but not everybody operates that way; not everybody can separate the two. Eliza is the kind of character that believes that she can separate the two, so it’s no big deal. She doesn’t think about maybe how others don’t operate the same way.

Stay tuned after Thursday’s episode for more from Dominczyk on what’s next for Eliza and Arizona. Grey’s Anatomy airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.


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