I have a son. His name is Mieczyslaw Stilinski, but we call him Stiles. I remember. When Stiles was a little kid, he couldn’t say his first name. Not sure why, pretty much rolls off the tongue, but the closest he could get was Mischief. His mother called him that until…I remember when Stiles first got his Jeep, it belonged to his mother and she wanted him to have it. The first time he took a spin behind the wheel he went straight into a ditch. I gave him his first roll of duct tape that day. He was always getting into trouble, but he always had a good heart. Always. We’re here tonight because my goofball son decided to drag Scott, his greatest friend in the world, into the woods to see a dead body.
rape being used as a weapon of war is so heart wrenching. it was used during the partition of india, the french used it in algeria, serbians used it against bosnian women, it’s being used right now in syria and what’s so heart breaking is the fact that women choose to commit suicide because of the possibility of being raped. humanity never learns, we really have failed.
Today, March 22nd 2017, marks 4 years since My Chemical Romance joined the Black Parade on March 22nd 2013, after 12 glorious years of bandom and adventure. In honor of this anniversary, tagurself presents a My Chemical Romance themed ‘tag yourself’. Killjoys, enjoy.
Just found out 2x06 was written by Andrew Kreisberg, a straight cis white male, and Caitlin Parrish.
Kreisberg said that he did research on the LGBT community and how and why people realize they’re LGBT. He asked his LGBT friends questions and got answers. He said he wants to handle the topic with respect and promised neither Alex or Maggie would die, especially from BYG. He and Parrish have delivered the most beautiful episode I have ever seen. And I am in complete awe because I wouldn’t have expected a story line from someone so privileged.
If his privileged self can touch the hearts of thousands of LGBT people across the globe then the other writers have some work to do. You can respect an entire community even if you don’t belong in it.