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slay-this:

Do you ever watch Swan Queen moments and feel near physical pain over how perfect they are together?

I do.

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Anonymous said: You're not even a real lesbian, no real lesbian thinks boys are hot.

r3-cov3ry:

catastrophicmemoirs:

HOW IGNORANT ARE YOU OH MY GOD.
BOYS ARE HOT AS HELL.
GIRLS ARE HOT AS HELL.
GENDERLESS INDIVIDUALS ARE HOT AS HELL.
EVERYONE IS FUCKING HOT OKAY.
I’M LABELED A “LESBIAN” BECAUSE I AM EMOTIONALLY AND PHYSICALLY ATTRACTED TO FEMALES. NOT TO MALES.
JUST BECAUSE I CAN IDENTIFY AN ATTRACTIVE MALE DOESN’T MEAN I AM ANY LESS OF A HOMOSEXUAL.

someone said it


Love has killed more than any disease

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bagmilk:

never has a gif set described my entire life so perfectly

cristina yang you are my hero

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I wonder
if our future was written in our past

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I had  w i n g s once, and they were  s t r o n g. They could carry me above the clouds and into the headwinds, and they never faltered. Not even once. But they were stolen from me.

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swan-queenconfessions:

I personally believe that the scene from “Going Home” where Regina gives Emma her happy ending is hands down, the most romantic gesture we have seen on the show. And I think it’s appalling that people so readily dismiss the emotional implications of this scene - particularly in a show about hope and happy endings. They either try to rationalize out the emotions in the scene or just ignore it entirely. You don’t have to ship SQ, but at least respect the vast impact a character’s choices can have.

swan-queenconfessions:

I personally believe that the scene from “Going Home” where Regina gives Emma her happy ending is hands down, the most romantic gesture we have seen on the show. And I think it’s appalling that people so readily dismiss the emotional implications of this scene - particularly in a show about hope and happy endings. They either try to rationalize out the emotions in the scene or just ignore it entirely. You don’t have to ship SQ, but at least respect the vast impact a character’s choices can have.

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http://chrmdpoet.tumblr.com/post/95782958844/i-dont-have-anything-against-gay-people-i-just

chrmdpoet:

"I don’t have anything against gay people. I just don’t want to have to see it."

"It’s not like I’m homophobic. I mean, I have a gay friend!"

"How am I supposed to explain gay people to my kids?"

"But what made you gay? Did someone abuse you?"

"Have you tried being straight?”

sassymajesty:

So open up your heart, and just let it begin

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hope2x:


Friendly reminder. 

This woman right here, is the woman people blame for not escaping. For not fighting against the marriage to the KING. People hate this woman and blame her, this one right here, for being so broken that she didn’t risk DEATH by leaving her royal husband. They blame her for being unable to deal with the gruesome murder of her true love before her very eyes. They blame her for being lost and confused and unable to cope. 
Look at her. Just imagine watching your only hope killed in front of you and then without a second to grieve, you’re shoved into a marriage with a man as old as your own father. Not only that, but the actual king. The one with the most power of anyone in the land. 
People blame this innocent woman right here for not running. For not managing to deal with the grief of her lost love instantly and risking life and limb to gain her freedom. 
Love her or hate her, that is your prerogative. But this woman in this moment was innocent and deserved nothing that was done to her or the manipulations she faced there after. 

hope2x:

Friendly reminder.

This woman right here, is the woman people blame for not escaping. For not fighting against the marriage to the KING. People hate this woman and blame her, this one right here, for being so broken that she didn’t risk DEATH by leaving her royal husband. They blame her for being unable to deal with the gruesome murder of her true love before her very eyes. They blame her for being lost and confused and unable to cope. 

Look at her. Just imagine watching your only hope killed in front of you and then without a second to grieve, you’re shoved into a marriage with a man as old as your own father. Not only that, but the actual king. The one with the most power of anyone in the land. 

People blame this innocent woman right here for not running. For not managing to deal with the grief of her lost love instantly and risking life and limb to gain her freedom. 

Love her or hate her, that is your prerogative. But this woman in this moment was innocent and deserved nothing that was done to her or the manipulations she faced there after. 

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mishka47:

something changed between us

mishka47:

something changed between us

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sqquotables:

Regina’s Neverland Diary by Chrmdpoet

lgbtlaughs:

Cameron Esposito on homophobic heckles

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