You are standing in an open field west of a white house, with a boarded front door.

There is a small mailbox here.

bilbo + spider

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I, for one, welcome our future Indian-Chinese lesbian cyborg president.

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George Takei,

You rule. 

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i just……. genuinely don’t understand how someone could watch all 104 episodes plus one christmas special of sunny and come to the conclusion that dennis reynolds is a heterosexual. it is beyond my existing skills of comprehension. i need to go take some 300-level class on heteronormative psychology or something to figure this out

idk in my last fandom a guy literally made a speech like “say you fell in love with a man and then had sex with him accidentally-on-purpose and because of the circumstances you could pretend you weren’t turned on because it was HIM but you weren’t able to pretend and it just sort of confirmed things” 

and literally every fucking critic was like “oh ho ho those wacky shenanigans what a clever misunderstanding of perfectly platonic feelings”

so I can sort of maybe understand how -

no. no I can’t. dennis is so bisexual that flirting with a bar full of men was literally the first thing he did on the show ever. 

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Favourite Shingeki no Kyojin character: Jean Kirschtein

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it’s incredible how the presence of just one queer character can exponentially increase my interest and emotional investment in a series and make me feel infinitely more generous and benevolent toward the scores of boring het storylines and relationships around them

like is that a thing that other folks experience in their media consumption or is it just me

100% agree

I loved Arrested Development 1-3, it was great. Season 4 - Gob is queer? Cue raging love and obsession.

I didn’t think anything of Brooklyn Nine Nine from the previews, but then I tuned in a little early for New Girl and caught the end of the pilot RIGHT at the moment that Holt tells Jake and Amy he’s gay - cue jumping on board for weekly viewings.

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia always seemed like a dumb show on the outside, but I got into watching it and it was alright but then I find out—Mac is definitely gay, Dennis is probably a little bi (they all are a little bit) and Charlie is pretty much definitely ace? Shit son I am here for this show.

I suppose it helps that independent from their queer characters, each of these shows is just really really funny (at least to me, at least in terms of my sense of humor) but maybe those things do have something to do with each other? Inclusive humor that takes a dig at ignorance rather than at the marginalized is what I’m after, so maybe it does make sense.

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Website graphs your favorite shows based on quality | Warming Glow

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zazzle; bioshock edition

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