thats what he said.

i feel very strongly about the concept of taemin taking what he has been criticised for and made fun of his entire career and turning it into his own way of expressing himself more freely and also taking the oportunity to open the conversation about gender stereotypes and why it’s silly to expect a man to behave a certain way and a woman to behave another certain way and i think what he did in the whole move era is very important and goes beyond the more visible changes ( like wearing more “feminen” or gender neutral clothing, having dance moves that are usually reserved for women, having all female backup dancers and doing just one choreography showing that male and female can move and act the same way and blend together and there’s no need of having that barrier between genders, etc) and it sits more on a personal level? I think taemin really grew and learnt a lot with move, not only about himself but also about topics that aren’t discussed as much in society, and I’m really proud of him


“So every day during my set, when I’m playing my own shows, I talk about people that are transgender. I talk about it a lot because everyday basically I say: …”
Soundwave, Melbourne, 2015

Fun fact!! cishet male survivors of abuse are just as deserving of love, comfort, understanding, and recovery as the rest of us. Privilege doesn’t negate trauma.

Official subtitles of Dean’s prayer:

Okay, Chuck… or god, or whatever. I need your help. See, you– you left us. You LEFT us. You went off. You said… You said the earth would be fine because it had me… and Sam, but it’s NOT, and we’re NOT. 

We’ve lost everything (voice breaks). And now you’re gonna bring him back. Okay? You’re gonna bring back Cas, you’re gonna bring back Mom, you’re gonna bring ‘em all back. All of ‘em. Even Crowley.

’Cause after everything that you’ve done, you OWE us, you son of a bitch. So you get your ass down here and you make this right, right here and right now.

[Dean proceeds to destroy an innocent sign]

Please. Please help us.