Interviewer: Well there’s certainly a benefit to living with a character, living in the skin of a character for so long, as you have done, but what is the largest challenge of living with a character for that long?
JA: It’ll be having to let him go. For sure.
when ANKLES ARE TOUCHING
hardcore sex with like one little description that throws me off ehhhhh
washing feet/foreheads touching/combing hair AHHHHHHH
do you ever think about your kinks and wonder what the fuck is wrong with you
SPEND ALL DAY STARING AT BLANK WORD DOC [FANFIC FLAMINGO] GO TO BED AFTER MIDNIGHT, COMPLETE PLOT AND OPENING SCENE UNROLL IN YOUR BRAIN - Fanfic Flamingoby mosellegreen
Done in the style used by wendigo, go check out her stuff if you haven’t seen it already!
1. just saying something isn’t offensive doesn’t mean it’s… not offensive? double especially if you’re not in the marginalized group that was the punchline of the joke, basically.
2. I don’t even remember what Aisha’s second point was
3. the show is about dudes. fine. I’d disagree with Aisha’s point that there just aren’t enough shows about dudes and emotions, but thinking that isn’t so much offensive as much as… seeing things differently, I guess? anyway, a show being about dudes is not necessarily a problem; the problem there’s still a lot of gratuitous misogyny (and, well, just about everything else too).
and I don’t really get the “if you complain, don’t watch!!!” thing, and I’m someone who scrolls my dashboard like fifteen times a day and thinks some people should take a big, big step back from this show and fandom because it’s bringing them nothing but misery. if you don’t say something, how will things get better? and who cares more about the show getting better than, idk, fans and people who like it?
idk what I’m trying to say here. nothing other people haven’t said better. Aisha’s previous stuff was really cool but this was awfully disappointing.
supernatural in lights and spaces → season 4