who didn't last the night

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modern disney aesthetic
↳ aladdin

“Making 13 a woman is just pandering!”
No, it’s not. Especially not after three seasons of build-up. But you know what is pandering? Choosing, out of all genders and races, to make the Doctor a white man in ever single regeneration over the course of 50+ years. That’s pandering. 

I keep thinking about how there’ll come a time when all the 15-year-olds running ace discourse blogs grow up and realize they spent their teenage years trying to erase an entire group of people out of existence and cyber bullying people who are three times older than them and who were actually there paving the road for the lgbtqia+ community and making history, and I wonder how they’re gonna feel then

  • Dinah: It's whoever, not whomever
  • Lauren: No, it's whomever
  • Dinah: No, whomever is never actually right.
  • Normani: No, sometimes it's right
  • Ally: Dinah is right. It's a made-up word used to trick students.
  • Lauren: No. Actually whomever is the formal version of the word.
  • Normani: Obviously it's a real word, but I don't know when to use it correctly.
  • Camila: I know what's right, but I'm not gonna say, because you're all jerks who didn't come see my karaoke performance last night.
  • Lauren: Do you really know which one is correct?
  • Camila: I don't know.
  • Normani: It's 'whom' when its the object of a sentence and 'who' when it's the subject
  • Ally: How did Lauren use it? As an object?
  • Lauren: As an object
  • Camila: Lauren used me as an object

Okay but imagine this:

An AU where Harry is a vampire hiding in Nialls attic, but he’s the kinda vampire that literally cannot be in the sunlight so he waits every night for Niall to fall asleep so he can leave and adventure/feed. Niall obviously has no idea but he’s an insomniac so vary rarely sleeps and when he does it’s usually during the day so Harry is trapped wondering why this kid doesn’t have a sleeping pattern like normal people. One night he hears Niall bustling around and is so damn desperate to get out of the space he’s been trapped in so thinks ‘fuck it’ and leaves to loft to go and confront Niall and then they make friends and they drink tea on the nights Niall can’t sleep and are just bros

  • Nayeon: It's whoever, not whomever
  • Tzuyu: No, it's whomever
  • Nayeon: No, whomever is never actually right.
  • Chaeyoung: No, sometimes it's right
  • Jeongyeon: Nayeon is right. It's a made-up word used to trick students.
  • Jihyo: No. Actually whomever is the formal version of the word.
  • Momo: Obviously it's a real word, but I don't know when to use it correctly.
  • Nayeon: [To the camera] Not a native speaker.
  • Dahyun: I know what's right, but I'm not gonna say, because you're all jerks who didn't come see my karaoke performance last night.
  • Tzuyu: Do you really know which one is correct?
  • Dahyun: I don't know.
  • Mina: It's 'whom' when its the object of a sentence and 'who' when it's the subject
  • Sana: How did Tzuyu use it? As an object?
  • Tzuyu: As an object
  • Sana: Tzuyu used me as an object

i find this idea of people not accepting a soap characters sexuality as entirely valid because they didn’t come out or become explicitly interested in the same sex until later into their run on a show a really strange way of thinking. it’s very indicative of real life, you know? people can take a long time to come out, it didn’t make them any less valid as an lgbt person because they came out at thirty, not sixteen.

there’s no age you have to come out by in order to be considered a real lgbt person, so what’s wrong with a character discovering later in life they identify as something other than straight later in life, when that’s something a lot of lgbt people experience in real life?

I could spend my whole life explaining to you why 5 AM will always be the most beautiful time to experience this world. I could write countless pages- top to bottom- supporting my decision to wake you up just to watch the night sky turn into a comforting gray blanket, by my side.
—  thoughts of a sleepless mind, I guess

anonymous asked:

Anybody who says that last nights editing and the judges critiques didn't affect the outcome tonight are blind as hell. It was right in front of us. Especially a certain judge basically saying Normani hasn't really improved because she always been good knowing that viewers love to see "growth"

GIRL TEA SO STRONG. That editing last night tho. I saw clear as day who they were pushing for the win. Editing has a huge effect tbh