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number1alienboy:

when covering a song, dont change the pronouns to make the song less gay, change them to make it more gay. turn every boring straight love song into a beautiful gay one. fill the world with homo.

season one - 3.13/3.14

lonestiles:

“I don’t care about whose DNA has recombined with whose. When everything goes to hell, the people who stand by you without flinching—they are your family.” 

kendrawcandraw:

*barely catches up on three episodes worth of comics before the new ep*

relahvant:

*puts metaphor between teeth* it’s a cigarette

equius:

one time i said “no hetero, no hetero” in school

and this popular athletic straight boy sittin in front of me turned around super slow and looked at me and went “no… hetero?” in the TINIEST MOST BROKEN VOICE IMAGINABLE like he looked and sounded so timid and confused and he was looking at me like his whole life has been a lie because he realized he might be sitting near a queer person

gredandforge-weasley:

a casual story of a lady pirate who rules the seas with the help of her mermaid girlfriend who she takes on dates with the money she steals

lichtenstrange:

imtryingtobeanartist:


Castiel and Holy Text

So I bought this old book for artistic purposes and it’s about Christianity, but it’s in Italian so I can’t actually read it properly
And yeah, I procrastinated by drawing an Angel in it

remember when i could actually draw something amazing??

lichtenstrange:

imtryingtobeanartist:

Castiel and Holy Text

So I bought this old book for artistic purposes and it’s about Christianity, but it’s in Italian so I can’t actually read it properly

And yeah, I procrastinated by drawing an Angel in it

remember when i could actually draw something amazing??

Queerbaiting is the silent killer in our televisions. Please, make sure your favorite shows get tested early and often. In the first stages of queerbaiting, the disease is regularly mistaken for actual representation and the start of a romantic arc. Symptoms include lingering physical contact, intense gazes, vague but seemingly meaningful confessions and innuendo-filled dialogue. One of the most prevalent symptoms is referred to by the medical community as “eye sex,” with hundreds of cases on record. So far, the only cure for queerbaiting seems to be not engaging with the show itself, but the more time that passes, the deeper the investment and thus the more difficult the treatment.