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"What is your favorite musical?"


kaeandlucy:

Kids Of Gay Parents Speak Out

This is a must see.


bi-privilege:

bisexuals are greedy. they often hoard gold, although some branch out into jewels and magical items. despite popular belief, most bisexuals do not hoard significant others, as they tend to complain about being kept in a pile and slept on. their diet consists mostly of deer and some herd animals, although this varies by location. occasionally they will eat a biphobe who has wandered into their lair. also, they breathe fire. bisexuals are dragons.


klainesgettingmarried:

3.17 // 5.16

#god you can just tell how important physical intimacy is to kurt #and when blaine pulls away from him like that it really hurts #not just because he wants sex #but because he wants the closeness and intimacy that being with blaine in that way gives him #kurt isn’t a very affectionate or touchy-feely person #especially compared to blaine #and he definitely doesn’t always wear his heart on his sleeve #but i think it’s obvious that being physically initmate with somebody is very important to him #it’s how he expresses his love #and blaine pulling away from him like this and turning to things like porn instead #it really hurts #and it probably makes him feel inadequate #and think he’s not good enough (x)


REBLOG IF….

aganetah45:

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REBLOG IF YOU ARE

  • gay
  • bisexual
  • trisexual
  • polysexual
  • pansexual
  • asexual
  • demisexual
  • a butch
  • a femme/lipstick lesbian
  • a bear
  • a boi
  • gender queer
  • no gender
  • third gender
  • two-spirit
  • intersex
  • transgender pre or post
  • male
  • female
  • an lgbt ally
  • straight
  • queer or questioning
  • a robot

AND FEEL THAT ANYONE CAN LOVE ANYONE



misqueue:

adampascalfan:

vampireisabitstrong:

the-cimmerians:


…and one day, you’re gonna wake up and realize that "I don’t love him anymore."

Core wounds.

You want to talk about what his dad did?
I don’t think, as a caveat and disclaimer, that Blaine’s dad ever did wake up and not love Blaine anymore. But Blaine’s perception is what we have, and what matters. Blaine believes his dad tried to make him straight. He was, maybe, 13. To him, it was a kind of rejection, and he’s been dealing with it silently for six years, nearly. For Blaine, there’s a very real chance that people will one day realise that he’s not what they want, or expect, or love.
And then they’ll leave him.

Not to mention…that’s pretty much exactly what happened to him when it came to his friends.  We have no indication he’s still in touch with people from his first school.  (He straight out said he didn’t think anyone cared about his issues there).  The Warblers who he thought were his friends turned on him and sent him to the hospital. He hung out with the seniors of New Directions when he transferred and well we all remember how he felt at the beginning of his senior year.  

And there’s also Cooper, whose approval and affection Blaine experiences as conditional and often randomly mean. Cooper criticizes and tears him down, over and over. (And what on earth are Cooper’s core wounds here? Can we please meet the parents?) So Blaine maybe expects this treatment from the people who [say they] love him. It’s not that he doesn’t believe Kurt loves him, but that he doesn’t believe love can be this strong, unconditional thing when it’s directed at him. And this makes me so fucking sad for Blaine, because I have experienced this in my own life, and that feeling that you have to perform well and be perfect and pleasing 25/8 to deserve kindness, affection, and love that [feels like it] is always at risk of being withdrawn in a capricious instant, leaves deep, deep scars.

misqueue:

adampascalfan:

vampireisabitstrong:

the-cimmerians:

…and one day, you’re gonna wake up and realize that "I don’t love him anymore."

Core wounds.

You want to talk about what his dad did?

I don’t think, as a caveat and disclaimer, that Blaine’s dad ever did wake up and not love Blaine anymore. But Blaine’s perception is what we have, and what matters. Blaine believes his dad tried to make him straight. He was, maybe, 13. To him, it was a kind of rejection, and he’s been dealing with it silently for six years, nearly. For Blaine, there’s a very real chance that people will one day realise that he’s not what they want, or expect, or love.

And then they’ll leave him.

Not to mention…that’s pretty much exactly what happened to him when it came to his friends.  We have no indication he’s still in touch with people from his first school.  (He straight out said he didn’t think anyone cared about his issues there).  The Warblers who he thought were his friends turned on him and sent him to the hospital. He hung out with the seniors of New Directions when he transferred and well we all remember how he felt at the beginning of his senior year.  

And there’s also Cooper, whose approval and affection Blaine experiences as conditional and often randomly mean. Cooper criticizes and tears him down, over and over. (And what on earth are Cooper’s core wounds here? Can we please meet the parents?) So Blaine maybe expects this treatment from the people who [say they] love him. It’s not that he doesn’t believe Kurt loves him, but that he doesn’t believe love can be this strong, unconditional thing when it’s directed at him. And this makes me so fucking sad for Blaine, because I have experienced this in my own life, and that feeling that you have to perform well and be perfect and pleasing 25/8 to deserve kindness, affection, and love that [feels like it] is always at risk of being withdrawn in a capricious instant, leaves deep, deep scars.




Mercedes sees a million romantic candles all over every surface of the apartment, and immediately thinks GOD DAMNIT BLAINE NOT AGAIN. [x]