I know at the start we were all like mystic v valor to the death But now I guess we know that we have two gay af babes snarking out their romantic tension who gotta play nice so their gay af bestie doesn’t get his head stuck in a plastic lawn chair while they’re not paying attention.
is there a fic out there where lexa is like xena and clarke is like gabby (but instead of a bard she’s a healer) and they go out into the world and run into trouble and it’s both angsty and hilarous af and they’re just gay warriors together traveling the post-apocalyptic world
After dragging my mom to see Ghostbusters this evening, she emerged from the theater with a clear favorite. I then explained to her that her fave is GAY AF. Se was flabbergasted. “I never would’ve picked that out!” she said, “You guys must’ve seen stuff on social media after it came out right?”
It took everything in me not to say “No! But that is because you, a straight white woman, are not starved for healthy representation like all us queer girls who were already salivating over Holtzmann the second her gay ass popped up on screen for the first time goodbye”
Does anyone else think about how one day West, Mason and JJ are going to be old enough to use the Internet. One day they are going to discover that there’s this entire side of the Internet that thinks their dad’s are gay af for eachother. Does anyone think about how they would react to that? Just West casually scrolling through stuff looking for dirt on his dad and then just finds Cockles and just laughs for all of eternity.
Bitch it was love at first sight for me when Lexa limped her extra ass into the show. And that was even before I knew she was gayer than me asdhfjklfgkl. And then during her first interaction with Clarke. Like her trying to be all intimidating with her baby voice. Like I can't even,,
I didn’t start watching until 2x14 (lol and then I saw all betrayal stuff just a week later) so when I finally got to Lexa I already knew she was a traitor but also that she was gay af, she owned my ass before I knew anything else about her