I know sometimes the word “lesbian” feels dirty and I know it can carry bad connotations for some people but being a lesbian isn’t dirty, the word lesbian isn’t dirty, it doesn’t mean anything gross and being a lesbian is good.
Lesbianism isn’t inherently NSFW, it’s not just “really good friendship,” and it isn’t predatory. Stereotypes don’t define being a lesbian, and being a lesbian isn’t bad. You haven’t done anything wrong, and this isn’t punishment.
Lesbian isn’t a bad word, identifying as a lesbian doesn’t make you bad, and being a lesbian is good. <3
u know when you’re really desperate so you open that fic which clearly has something that you don’t like but then you just keep reading it and it’s very well written and you actually start enjoying it and before you notice you’ve read 50k of mpreg
I’m so happy that Rhett and Link are incorporating charity into wheel endings full time - and I’m extra happy that Link seemed pleased about that particular aspect of the new wheel, too.
It’s also great how there’s more opportunity for fan interaction and inter-fandom activity led by the show itself - it’s a great way to advertise the show using social media - have the fans take over tags or be doing something weird and interesting that might have someone go ‘what’s this all about?’
CONCLUSION I really like how Rhett, Link and the crew obviously think about how new changes will help GMM grow. I know there’s always doubts as to how invested Rhett and Link are in GMM after so many years, but to see them change things up and try new things is a sign that they still view GMM as a product worth improving.
some of my friends are finding out that my blog has like….a pretty large amount of followers and they’re asking if i can make them famous but they don’t seem to understand i only got here because i make posts about how much i cry over harry potter and his dead parents like