this scene is important to me

anonymous asked:

what if the reason why kaneki cried in chapter 125 is bec. in that moment he had "reached climax"????????????? and that's why he kept saying touka's name bec. he was close? o_o

That scene is very similar to the first time Haise went to :re and cried when he saw Touka, and he didn’t even realize he was crying, she even gives him that “sad smile” again, and instead of giving him a handkerchief she holds him and kisses him. It’s the exact same thing. Kaneki was unconsciously crying because this is literally one of the happiest moments he’s ever had in a long, long, long time. After being depressed for so many years, especially since Arima’s death, this is the only moment in where he gets to experiment a feeling that isn’t emptiness, sorrow or pain, and it’s even more emotional because it’s not just sex, he’s having his first time (one of the most important moments in a person’s life) with a girl he loves, someone he has known for a long time and it’s not a stranger to his eyes, and he’s feeling loved by her in that moment, after feeling that no one loves him, which is completely wrong, this moment means a lot to him, and I’m sure he wasn’t planning to cry at all, it just happened because he couldn’t control his emotions anymore. 

The fact that Kaneki cried while losing his virginity to Touka made the whole scene a lot more emotional, and it gave a deeper meaning to their relationship, because it wasn’t just the fact that he was having sex and everything was great, but it was the fact that he was doing it with her. In chapter 72 you can also see a tear coming down his cheek after she told him “I’ll see you later”, so it’s kinda like their thing now, lolol, Touka always provokes strong emotions in him. To me, it was extremely important that Ishida made Kaneki cry in that scene, and I’m deeply grateful for that, he doesn’t cry in front of anyone and has no one to hold him and just comfort him, he deals with his emotions by himself, and seeing him cry for something that it’s good, because he wasn’t necessarily crying from sorrow… it’s just so so so important, and now excuse me i’m gonna go and cry a bit because i’m feeling so emotional about this right now (???) *sobs in the dark*

anonymous asked:

If you could change one (1) thing about the Supergirl finale what would it be?

Hi Anon.

I hope you are doing well today. 

I’ll pick some highlights of the finale along with some aspects I disliked. They relate to my answer. 


Originally posted by katiesbinch

1. The Lena Luthor Scenes (that’s a highlight of any episode). I enjoyed her interaction with Lillian, since I find that dynamic really interesting. 

Also, she remained true to Kara (as always) by deferring control of the weapon to her bezzie mate. I felt that scene was really important and gave me so many SuperCorp feelings. Sidenote: I love Lena with her hair down. 

Originally posted by vargesz

2.The Super versus Super Fight Scene (really all the actions sequences were cool). I was initially hesitant about Clark showing up at this point in the season, but the fight scene was really dramatic and won me over. 

I thought that Kara being stronger than him was a nice nod to everything she’s been through as a character (emotionally/circumstantially) that contributed to her own inner strength as well as her Kryptonian strength.

Clark was also so supportive of his cousin being Earth’s champion and fighting Rhea. I appreciated that his part in this episode furthered Kara’s significance, rather than minimizing it. 

Originally posted by katiesbinch

3. Mon El Leaving. I don’t think this needs explanation…(I didn’t want to use a karamel gif, so I used this one. The Lion King is a great movie)

4. There are some more, but those are the main one’s. 


Originally posted by kendrickhier

1. Kara giving her mother’s necklace to Mon El. It was honestly upsetting. Here’s a post I made about it (x). There are some nice additions in the reblogs by other users. 

2. How Mon El left. The ending with the necklace seemed to imply Mon El would be back, since he has the necklace which seems important now.

3. Kara didn’t seem to consider what she was doing to the daxamites. I expected to see her hesitate over initiating the lead gas device, but she did it rather quickly. I don’t feel that was in character for her. The Supers are known for their strict no kill policy…

4. Mon El’s scenes in general this episode didn’t provide anything to the plot, imo. At least in Ace Reporter, he provided some comedic relief and was more bearable. In this episode, he expressed misogynistic views and further reinforced he hasn’t changed as a person (by using ‘will’ as opposed to ‘had’ when speaking to Kara about becoming a better person.) 

Therefore, to answer your question: I would’ve written Mon El out of the series in a clear way, so the audience knows he will not be coming back to Supergirl.

I don’t necessarily mean death, but that would work. My issue is that his departure seems to imply he will eventually come back to Kara due to that necklace flashback.  

Mon El’s leaving in this manner wouldn’t affect my highlights of the episodes (those noticeably don’t include him) and would fix a lot of my dislikes. 

Thank you for your question, Anon! :-) 

Originally posted by sjzizzle

(I’d also change it so Lena would have gotten her recognition for saving the world again, a ‘thank you’, and a hug from Kara).

Cas vs AU!Cas

I am seeing a lot of ideas floating around about the AU in the finale and if the Cas that died was OUR Cas (I personally think he was). I feel like it’s too hard to have an identical Cas (clothing wise & wing wise–because those wings were broken) come into play and be on board with everything that was happening so quickly.  Too many holes for me. Plus, I think it’s significant for Important Reasons™ that OUR Cas was the one who was killed. 

I think some of the curious moments surrounding the portal sequences were supposed to get us asking questions, doubting/hoping, and speculating.  Also, I read (but cannot find a link…) that they were essentially running out of minutes to cram all that had to happen into the finale. So maybe we lost some scenes that would have made things a bit clearer?

Anyway, that being said, since we have all summer to toss around ideas, we might as well, right? :p    

A wild AU speculation idea that I do like is that OUR Cas (I’ll just call him Cas and the other one AU!Cas) went into the AU on his own and met Bobby as we saw.  They talked.  What we DIDN’T see was Cas contacting the only angel who he could convince to help him on short notice (I say him because Sam & Dean weren’t there yet). An angel he knew had a history of rebelling. 

Cas prayed to AU!Cas, who would likely still have been a wavelength of celestial intent.  AU!Cas took Cas as a vessel (which solves that pesky clothing problem) to help him.  Maybe they do a mind-meld to understand each other?  AU!Cas would have known Cas wasn’t lying at least.

This might address any inconsistencies in Cas’s behavior during the last half of the episode too because TWO different Cas’s were in control at different times.

Fast forward to when Luci got all stabby.  AU!Cas dies and Cas dies. When an angel dies, so does the vessel, but Cas survives since he has some of his own grace left to fix himself. We see broken wings instead of AU!Cas wings because Cas is more strongly tied to the vessel. Cas wakes up human.  

haha, yeah, so i don’t really believe this happened, mainly because what would be the point?  But we’ve got plenty of time to run through theories so… any thoughts?

[Side note:  Bobby was conspicuously absent from the AU when they went back to lure Lucifer in the hopes of trapping him.  This Bobby kills angels.  You’d think he’d stick around to take a shot at Luci.  Then again, he’s not an idijit.]

hey nyall its another post from me: one of the only people who seem to understand relationships in the tg fandom

yall are saying my last post was negative? hooooo boy you were so wrong. i read that chapter and there was like no fucking build up. they just… started fuckin… touka was in pain for part of it, which means she wasnt ready or aroused or something else was up. sex shouldnt hurt unless ur doing it for a kink. and it was a whole fucking chapter with hardly any dialogue. there was no point! nothing important happened why was that included?! yeah, i dont think ishida knows what hes doing anymore. the whole scene just seemed unnatural and wrong. im uncomfortable with most sex as is but that was just bad. if you can convince me im wrong ill literally pay you but i just… this is really upsetting for me. another comfort object ruined by bullshit. and yall touken shippers are fucking annoying. so many of you act elite for liking the ship but no one who said my last post (which was a badly written analysis) is negativity and say im being ignorant or dont understand when i have seen so many similar relationships crash has any damn room to talk. (this is totally to start discussions)


As you get older, you might start to find that things get harder. The world isn’t always a kind place. Especially for men like us. Take a look at the people on this mat. We are your community. When things get hard, we are gonna be the ones who hold each other up. As Randall’s father, you are his foundation. Come lie down, as if you’re gonna do a push-up. Randall, climb on your father’s back. 


“I think that… I think that until you’ve fought those battles yourself, until you’ve had the guts to stand up for who you are, you should be really fucking careful talking about and putting yourself above Gay Pride.”

I’ve wanted to talk for So Long about the portrayal of anxiety in YOI but I’ve been having so much trouble putting together what I want to say in the most effective manner. I kept trying to come at this in a more analytical fashion, but considering that this is such a personally important topic to me, I’m going to try a more emotional approach. Something I don’t normally do.

So really, to start off, I wanna say that I’m so damn thankful for the way Yuuri is written. Really, seriously. I don’t think I’ve ever had the ability to relate more to character; Yuuri is close to a mirror of my own experiences with anxiety and it’s so fantastic to have a model of development and growth for me and people like me. I found the portrayal to be frighteningly accurate, from types of thoughts, behaviors, mannerisms… I think the episode that stood out to me the most in terms of Yuuri’s anxiety was ep7, aka Yuuri’s on-screen panic attack episode. 

The first thing I noticed was this: 

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve found myself in that exact position. I bounce my legs when I panic, just like Yuuri is doing here. Head in his hands, breathing heavily, bouncing and jostling limbs. This isn’t the Mary-Sue cutesy portrayal of anxiety–this is a real anxiety disorder. It’s not pretty. It’s not easy. It can’t be fixed with a single word or a touch or a person. Quite frankly, it’s ugly and you lose control of your body. 

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yall know how important it is having a gay sex scene with middle eastern muslim men be graphic in a soft and tender and poetic manner?? like american gods DID THAT! erased islamophobia/racist stereotypes of MENA men while romanticizing gay sex! 

tbh i don’t get all the hate with tg:re 125??

People are going ‘omg ishida disappointed me’ ‘omg this is such a bad writing’ ‘tg is shit now’ ‘this chapter is a waste its not important at all’ etc etc 

Are people actually treating this chapter as just a perverted hentai ‘fanservice’ chapter with no meaning? At this point I cant even tell if they’re trolling or serious

If you have been reading tokyo ghoul, you should realize that ishida puts every chapter, scene and dialogues with meaning. So do you actually think that an ishida would spend AN ENTIRE FLIPPIN CHAPTER of kaniki’s and touka’s sexual intercourse with NO MEANING AT ALL? Like come on lol did you guys not see kaneki’s tears or the last scene? or have you guys given ANY THOUGHTS on why on earth there’s a picture of a butterfly in the first page?

there are a lot of times in films/novels where sexual intercourse is often used to symbolize comfort, warmth, and/or closeness of a relationship between 2 characters.

in my view this is some important process for kaneki’s development. Kaneki used to feel lonely and suicidal and all, and through arima he wanted to live again but it was more due to a sense of duty. Although he wanted to live, he had nothing to grasp on to make that feeling come alive. 

But through this chapter, he gained it through touka. He feels wanted and doesn’t feel lonely, as shown through the last panel of this chapter, where he is looking like a child sleeping on his mother’s laps, feeling warm and comfortable for once. This panel is all the more obvious if you see ishida’s older painting of kaneki in the same exact pose, except there’s no touka. You can tell when he cries. He’s never felt such emotions before other than tragedy and despair. The feeling of being loved by somebody else - especially from someone that he cares so much about, was something that he deeply longed for. 

And some people are acting as if the series has been butchered or it turned into some shit writing lmao 


Ohmygod, Anne reacting to getting her first period is the most #relatable thing to ever happen on a TV show. 

Her reactions, verbatim:

  • “Please plant some pink roses on my grave.”
  • “I’m not ready to be a WOman!!!”
  • “There’s been some kind of mistake. There’s no way God would think it’s time for ME to be a woman!”
  • “This can’t be happening…”
  • “Every MONTH? But WHY?”
  • “This is a waking nightmare. I hate this.”
  • “*groans loudly*”
  • “This is SO inconvenient!”

Like I said. Relatable. 


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