Hollywood is gay
I don’t really think much - it’s kinda like playing any other part for me. I mean I don’t see much of a difference. I especially think that’s important, if you’re sticking to the idea that Shameless is real, it’s about real life. It’s like playing a person, you’re playing a person. I really like how the writers approach it, it’s the same way that I approach Mickey, which is that he’s not a gay character, he’s not a gay person, he’s a person who happens to be gay. There’s like a funny distinction but I think it’s kinda an important one because it’s not any different than playing any other character really.

Noel Fisher when asked: "What’s the most difficult part about acting in a gay relationship?"

Link

(via direwolfed)

"Well, that’s the weird thing is that it reads in this weird way where it does feel like Dean’s a little bit like—It’s almost like a romantic comedy kind of fluster. Which is very interesting for the character Dean, because it just sort of suggests this weird [laughs] this potential." - Ben Edlund, 8x13 commentary

vesslia:

calliopesmuse:

glencocobro:

sizvideos:

Watch Honey Maid’s awesome answer about the backlash they received 

so powerful

This is beautiful and perfect and EXACTLY as the world should be.

I tweeted that this commercial made me cry, and one of the gay dads from the commercial favorited it.

"Never again will you feel the bonds of slavery tighten around your neck.”

arrghigiveup:

thebacklot:

BioWare’s David Gaider responds to critics of Dragon Age; Inquisition’s gay mage Dorian

I don’t even play DA, but seriously bless you, David Gaider.

arrghigiveup:

thebacklot:

BioWare’s David Gaider responds to critics of Dragon Age; Inquisition’s gay mage Dorian

I don’t even play DA, but seriously bless you, David Gaider.

whisksandplungers:

If you were to create the perfect tv show for the people of tumblr, the checklist would be:

  • queer protagonists (but their sexuality is not the focus)
  • non-sexualised and well-rounded female characters
  • villains with a clear and justifiable motive
  • a careful and accurate portrayal of mental health issues
  • a sci-fi or fantasy element
  • a beautiful and lovely cast to fall in love with
  • impeccable script writing, acting, directing and cinematography

yeah wouldn’t that be nice… oh wait

image

'Just because I got an Emmy nomination doesn't mean the lives of trans people aren't in peril every day.'

— Laverne Cox (via angerisbeautiful-79)

cuz we KNOW there’s gonna be waaaay too many people patting themselves on the back saying “ok the trans issue is solved we did a good job” because laverne cox got nominated like NOOOOO there are still are still trans people that need to be supported listened to loved and defended. there is still a culture of transphobia and transmisogyny that needs to be dismantled. work to be done. (via wocinsolidarity)

fatbisexualpenguin:

People who say bi erasure doesn’t happen need to realize Freddie Mercury is know as the most famous homosexual man when he identified himself as bisexual. If that’s not bi erasure I don’t even know.

femmefaery:

kurumayu:

drawgirldraw:

sodamousse:

Pretty sure we all already knew, but confirmation is nice.



I’m glad the animators get a special shout-out bc damn haha

*_*

femmefaery:

kurumayu:

drawgirldraw:

sodamousse:

Pretty sure we all already knew, but confirmation is nice.

I’m glad the animators get a special shout-out bc damn haha

*_*