The love you gave was not for free
But the price was truly fair
I never felt so glad to be
So well spent, so beyond repair
I take it in stride
At least you were mine
If not for all the time
Enough to hold
Oh at least enough for me to hold you
welp, i guess it was unrealistic to hope for a lesbian couple to get more than two episodes of background existence, no kissing allowed, then untimely death
that’s just our lot in life, isn’t it
jeez i would love to order that thing online, but i don’t know what size to order it in because women’s clothing sizes are determined by the alignments of the planets in relation to the fuck you galaxy
it makes me uncomfortable seeing cis people smugly mocking a post that says “bad” is transphobic and you should never say it even though it’s a really obvious troll post just because it fits in with their preconceived ideas about how ~crazy trans people (trans women, lbr) are
like maybe we should avoid spreading around shit designed to make other marginalized groups look bad, just a thought
lol i wish i’d known i had any rights to accommodations from professors when i was in college, my transcript would look a lot different
wow there are actually people out there who think brave counts as lesbian representation, nature is amazing
God remember when people were freaking out that queer women were saying they interpreted her as a lesbian? “BUT I ACT LIKE MERIDA AND I’M STRAIGHT. LOLOL GOTTA GO TELL MY HUSBAND I’M A LESBIAN I GUESS!”
And feminist websites were getting all offended claiming that interpreting her as a lesbian was ~perpetuating stereotypes~ and it was more progressive to interpret Merida as straight.
But now that we’re demanding an actual lesbian princess suddenly Merida is super duper clearly gay!
ICU straight people
I C U
It’s the Anti-Representation Cycle!
Phase 1: Vigorously deny that the character could possibly be gay since they are clearly normal.
Phase 2: Insist that your only problem with a gay interpretation is that, why, that character being gay would be offensive to the gays!, don’t you see? This is for their own good!
Phase 3: Claim that the character, whose orientation is never confirmed in canon, totally counts as super-progressive gay representation, so quit asking for more!
Choose a new character and repeat as needed.