“But, here was a curious thing. The more I tried to give up thinking of her, the more I said to myself, ‘She’s nothing to you’, the harder I tried to pluck the idea of her out of my heart, the more she stayed there.”—Fingersmith by Sarah Waters
you don't dislike something else about your girlfriend?
no? i don’t get why everyone seems slightly incredulous when i say that and it makes me feel like i need to counsel you all until you go find girlfriends who you actually like. she’s really awesome. i truly do not have the patience for someone who’s regularly doing stuff that drives me up the wall. we both piss each other off sometimes, but that’s pretty much standalone shit on her part, not some laundry list of bad habits and traits.
lmao oh my god this is such a dirty move, deletes the post. but no. ummm. it used to drive me super nuts when you’d just shoot down every last compliment, especially since i don’t give them to a lot of people, but you really don’t do it a ton anymore. WHICH MAKES ME SO PROUD OF YOU.
There’s not a lot of gay shit for gays to feast their eyes on in mainstream television. Which, actually, I do understand. TV is for the mainstream where there is money and the mainstream is undeniably straight. It is a fact that most of the world is not gay. But gays don’t need to be marginalized just because in the grand scheme of things we’re lacking in numbers.
SEASON 3 OF TRUE BLOOD. There’s sex and bloodlust and laughs and weirdness and deep thoughts and camp and musings on race, class, and sexuality. America wants to watch it for its spot- on application of Suspense and for the oh-so romantic love story at the forefront of the show. There’s all the heterosexual erotic tension that your standard viewer would want and more. But so, so many peripheral and secondary relationships and sex scenes are gay.