He’s an amazingly inclusive writer, and he writes his characters’ diversity in such a casual way that it doesn’t seem “groundbreaking” or “progressive.” It just is. He’s fantastic at writing male/female friendships in a way that gently acknowledges and then dismisses the underlying romantic expectation. He describes characters of color in a way that validates their racial identities without vilifying or fetishizing them. He refers to the gender of his characters’ same-sex romantic interests without screaming “THEY’RE QUEER,” or even refers to ‘past lovers’ without mentioning a gender at all. I just… I really love Gaiman’s work, and I truly appreciate his acknowledgement of the diversity of the world. That’s all. Thanks.
can we stop treating buying albums like a mandatory and a way to “proof” your love for your faves? some people like to buy digital versions or specific songs and others can’t afford albums or just DON’T.WANT.TO.BUY.THEM. gtfo of other people’s wallets and worry about yourself. you bought yourself an album with your own money? cool, now let people do what they want with their own money