Q:omg you are the firts person that likes BBC Sherlock and Elementary *-* I love you. Also your doodles are super cute
I don’t think I’m the first buT I’M DEFINITELY NOT THE LAST
There is something oddly pleasing, being reminded that Oedipus didn’t intentionally murder his father to marry his mother, and had absolutely no desire to do either thing, because he didn’t actually have an Oedipus Complex.
It’s pleasing, because anything that makes Freud look like a jackass is nice.
Source : morivan
I’m thinking about writing a post/essay about two times I came out— as a lesbian in my 20’s and as a fangirl 20 years later when I revealed my real ID last month. If you were writing such a thing what topics/questions would YOU address or want to know more about if you were reading it?
How they are different. For one thing, people have gotten on me for using the term “come out” to talk about revealing something that is 1) not a label for an embodied identity, like queerness, but more a label for a set of chosen behaviors and tastes; and 2) not subject to the same violence as queerness. But confessing that I’m a fangirl and slasher *is* revealing a chosen identity that’s subject to shaming, and I haven’t found a different term that works well. (I try to say “open” instead of “out,” but it doesn’t mean quite the same.) But also, because fangirling is a chosen set of behaviors, people can actually be more judgmental is some ways. What is that like for you?
I’ve nothing to add of substance. Read my tags if you want my view.
Source : mid0nz
- Some random person: nobody likes the bad guy
- Doctor Who fandom: hahahahaha
- Sherlock Fandom: hahahahahahahahahaha
- Supernatural fandom: hahahahahahahahahahahahahaHAHAHAHA
- Avengers fandom: EHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHEHE
- Star Trek Into Darkness Fandom: *low menacing chuckle*
Source : sherlokitea
I know I’m in a southern mall when the only tv on is airing Fox News