you know what i want? i want cheesy teen lesbian movies. I want stupid teen cliché lesbian books. I want to see a lesbian movie that is not a drama, and it’s funny and have a big musical number for no reason bc - dammit-, I need representation. All my life I have wanted to have something like Troy and Gabriella, Danny and Sandy or even Cady and Aaron Samuels so when I had to deal with realising my sexuality it was harder. bc I didn’t have any examples.
so fuck this heteronormative culture, I want a girl asking a girl out for a bet, I want the popular/nerd trope, I want best friends falling in love…
I m just a stupid gay cheesy teen and I want representation. fuck this shit.
#gabriella encouraging troy to embrace the music #troy encouraging gabriella to embrace their love #troy and gabriella encouraging each other to be brave and to put their fears aside #troy and gabriella encouraging each other to face the thing that scares them the most #troy and gabriella encouraging each other #(ﾉ◕ヮ◕)ﾉ*:･ﾟ✧
hey sharpay evans was a lesbian and heres my evidance for it:
she was brought up in what was most likely a conservative household (see: hsm2 and the fact that her dad owns a golf club) and seeing ryan being the outcast in the family for his homosexuality she suppressed and went full on compulsory heterosexuality and went for the unattainable basketball star and when she finally felt feelings for a girl (vanessa hudgens i dont remember her name in the movie WAIT IT WAS GABRIELLA) she immediately took them to be negative and began obsessing with her and thinking it was a hate thing when really she was insanely jealous and impressed by her and in the 5th hsm sequel after troy and gabriella have divorced because troy wants to play NBA while gabriella wants to move to switzerland to study the large hadron collider she meets up with sharpay at the airport in new york and sharpay, after years of therapy and self realization, lies and says she too is going to switzerland for a specialty theater troupe and they rent an apartment together as two single thirtysomethings and slowly fall in love
Do you remember in kindergarten how you’d meet a kid and know nothing about them, then 10 seconds later you’re playing like you’re best friends, because you didn’t have to be anything but yourself?
Singing with you felt like that.