let’s be real, chloe is a lesbian who is too afraid to come out to her classmates just yet so she overcompensates and tries to over perform her “straightness” by flirting with adrien at every available opportunity.
think about it: who is the one boy in class that chloe would not only feel the most comfortable flirting with, but also knows that if she does flirt with him he will never ever reciprocate? adrien. the kid she’s known her whole life. the kid who strictly sees her as a friend which will never change.
chloe doesn’t want girls getting close to adrien and asking him out because a) she’s overprotective and doesn’t want anyone taking advantage of him, and b) if he starts dating she can’t flirt with him anymore and her little overcompensation performance gets shot to hell.
oh. and she rejected kim because she’s in love with ladybug.
I think one of the most underrated Moana moments is that Maui says that he is a hero to both men and women (keyword being “both”), but then corrects himself to say “all.”
I remember reading somewhere that some Polynesian cultures actually consider there to be a third gender that represents those who do not fit in with either male or female and are somewhere in between.
Seems like Disney is starting to realize that gender is not binary.
On a related note, sorry for the bad quality Netflix screenshots.
i know that people who haven’t gotten tickets or won’t get tickets are going to be disappointed, but please don’t get too down about it. going to a show is amazing, of course, and hearing the songs in person is amazing, of course, but it costs a lot of money and sometimes you have to deal with really annoying people and sometimes people hold signs up in front of your face or you’re behind someone really tall so you can’t see shit anyway. but you know who doesn’t have to deal with those issues? people who are at home. anyone who doesn’t go will still get to see amazing videos and photos from the shows without paying a cent and you’ll get to follow along with what’s happening on tumblr and twitter and there’s a lot of fun in that too tbh. remember when every otra show trended worldwide and every night, we’d all get excited and wait for the first ridiculous fan reports, half of which were total bullshit, and grainy LQ pics of what they boys were wearing and doing onstage? and then in the days following each show, we’d get so many beautiful closeup HQ pics and videos that we could watch from our bedrooms and living rooms and feel like we were practically there. the 1d fandom makes even following along with a concert from home a really great experience, so as disappointed as some people may be to not get tickets, you can experience harry’s tour in a different way that’s still a lot of fun - and you get to do it without any of the annoyances and problems that can happen when you’re actually there in person. so just keep that in mind and try not to get too upset if you haven’t/don’t get tickets. 💚