Queer subtext in media is nice and all, but have you considered:

  • Including actual queer characters instead of vague metaphors for queer characters.


margaery: y'know some guys just cant hold their arsenic
sansa, olenna and loras: HE HAD IT COMING


do you think jimin yells “OHHH YEEEHH PARK JIMIIIINNN” when he lifts weights then crushes empty protein shake cans on his head 

cr: @socooree

cr: @socooree


he still looks the same


he still looks the same





Some things I’ve learned in the CBT clinics I’ve been going to regarding anxiety that I thought might be helpful to some.

for real though. i have tried so hard to explain these things to people. jfc. 

Listen up, Snowflakes.

fun little thing to tack on: triggers ARE NOT things that make you uncomfortable or uneasy, they are material that lead to visceral reactions/flash backs/panic attacks due to previous traumas

they aren’t even phobias

they are related to ptsd, not general discomfort or fear


Doctor Who is no longer my fave TV show and you have no idea how sad that makes me


how to improve something

  • queer girls
  • queer boys that aren’t just two white cis dudes
  • non binary characters
  • pirates
  • dragons
  • queer girls 
  • im posting that again b/c it is v important to me


When characters we love die, we mourn them. Yes, we are pained by the death of the character, but we equally pained by the departure of the actor/actress. Naturally, most of us didn’t feel sad about Joffrey dieing, in fact, most were quite glad about it. Long story short, I don’t feel like Jack Gleeson is getting a well-deserved good-bye, and let’s not forget his wonderful work.

So here’s to the death of Joffrey, good-bye you little piece of shit!

And here’s to the marvelous portrayal of such a horridly despicable character by our darling, Jack Gleeson!