Love is when you both have a cold but you want the other person to stay in bed and you’ll make the tea. Love is when you give her the last cookie. Love is when you hang up her towel even though you’ve told her a thousand times to hang it up herself. Love is when you record her thing instead of yours, even though she’s the one who won’t delete stuff off the DVR. Love is when you go to bed angry and annoyed but wake up reaching for her the next morning anyway. Love is the pauses and the breaths and the spaces between all the things you say. It’s when you laugh when she laughs, even if you didn’t hear the joke. It’s when you accept her apology, even though your feelings are still hurt. Love is what happens after you lose the game of hide-and-seek and she sticks around anyway. Santana says love is about finding someone who will put up with your crap. The camera asks Brittany’s face if it’s true and her face says it is, but also that love is when you’d rather put up with that person’s crap than live 100 crap-free years without them.
—  Heather Hogan, AutoStraddle Glee 603 Recap
TOKYO GHOUL SEASON 2

The official Chinese website for the television anime adaptation of Sui Ishida‘s Tokyo Ghoul horror manga is listing that a second season of the anime will begin in January.

Original creator Sui Ishida had mentioned on Twitter earlier this week that an important announcement “might” be uploaded to the Young Jump or Tokyo Ghoul websites.

The series premiered on July 3 at midnight (effectively July 4) on Tokyo MXTV OsakaTV Aichi, TVQ Kyushu Broadcast, and BS Dlife. Funimation streamed the series in North America, and has also licensed the series for home video release.

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Male bisexual representation is slowly changing for the better on TV | GLAAD

“Another example of a three dimensional bisexual male character is Magnus Bane (Harry Shum, Jr.), the immortal High Warlock of Brooklyn on Freeform’s sci-fi drama Shadowhunters. Magnus is a few centuries old and throughout the series, he casually mentions past lovers, male and female, the way any character would refer to past relationships. These low-key affirmations make it clear that Magnus is bisexual without having that be his sole defining characteristic. Currently, his affections belong to the half-angel, half-human shadowhunter Alec Lightwood (Matthew Daddario). In the season finale, Alec sees Magnus’ being kissed by his ex, Camille (Kaitlyn Leeb). This could have easily prompted Alec to voice a series of doubts and insecurities that Magnus isn’t satisfied with being in a relationship with a man. However, Alec was not concerned with Magnus’ sexuality in this moment, he was more worried about the fact that both Magnus and Camille are immortal, and he is not. Besides simply being a much more valid concern, this storyline refreshingly subverted a trope so often seen in stories of bisexuality, where someone dating a bisexual person is solely concerned that they will leave them for a person of a different sex, thus reinforcing tired stereotypes of bisexual people being inherently incapable of monogamy. The avoidance of this overused story is significant not just for Shadowhunters, but because it defies so many real life assumptions people even within the LGBT community have about bisexuality.”

Remember in Harry Potter: The Prisoner Of Azkaban in the beginning when an entire choir made of different years and different houses was singing with oversized bullfrogs? Because that means that here is a fucking CHOIR GROUP at Hogwarts where people can gather and sing, and that older students help younger students learn to hit their pitches perfectly. Like, what if an older Slytherin was helping first years (especially the Hufflepuffs) because “I’m not doing this to be nice, I’m doing this so they don’t deafen the school with their flat C minor”.