“There’s no such thing as a “fake woman”. A real woman may be your best friend or your worst idealogical enemy. They’re fat, skinny, and everything in-between, some shave their legs and some don’t, some have vaginas and some have penises (and some have both), some are near-saints and some are murderers, and some are even Sarah Palin. It’s no good to pick out your favorite group of women and single them out as “real women” because of their biology, psychology, or ideology. There’s no point in feminism unless it’s working for the equality of ALL women, not just the ones you agree with and like.”—Real Talk.: “real women” are all women. (via scatterhearted)
In today’s edition of Fox News’ Glenn Beck broadcast, conservative host Beck cites an episode of Glee in which the cast perform “Sing” by My Chemical Romance. Beck calls the show “horrific” and says that the MCR lyrics are propaganda.
The lyrics in question: “Cleaned up corporation progress dying in the process / children that can talk about it living on the railways / people moving sideways / sell it till your last days / buy yourself the motivation / generation nothing / nothing but a dead scene / product of a white dream.”
CAN WE TAKE A MOMENT TO TALK ABOUT HOW FUNNY THIS IS?
How thick do you have to be to not realize these lyrics are a satire on society and corporate media?
Glee = gay propaganda machine. Obviously.
WHAT’S WITH ALL THE GLEE=BRAINWASHING STUFF FROM FOX
“Actually, that girl hasn’t been on the set since October 7, her first and last day. She was sent home and DNR’d (do not return) by lunch for her totally inappropriate behavior around the kids. Some time later she was working Big Time Rush, which shoots on the lot, and we literally had to have their ADs come over and drag her out of our basecamp because she kept trying to get into the cast trailers. She runs with a lot of our regular extras and has been gleaning spoilers from them for a while now, and posting as if she is somehow involved with the show.
Draw your own conclusions, but she is most definitely not a victim.
As for the whole “never work in this town again”, it was totally overblown.
That said, The Hollywood Reporter immediately ran an article under the guise of confidentiality in the age of social networks and managed to use her name no less than four times.
Everybody reads the trades, especially casting directors.
“Yes! Release his Occidental (College) records! Release his high school records! Why won’t Barack Obama release his elementary school report cards? We need to know if he played well with others! Did he bring gum to class? And if so, did he bring enough for everyone? I certainly hope not — because that would be socialism!”—STEPHEN COLBERT, on Donald Trump’s call for President Obama to “release his Occidental records,” on The Colbert Report (via inothernews)
you have one openly gay character on this tv show. just one: kurt.
you introduce a gay-bullying plotline that involves a closeted gay character: karofsky.
you introduce a mentor as an accessory to the bullying plotline: blaine. his character eventually turns into more than that, but anyway…
meanwhile, you bring a plotline that has long been a joke to actual fruition and depict two girls coming to terms with their relationship.
that’s five kids who are homosexual or bisexual. five kids out of a cast of dozens of characters. five kids who share screentime with finn and quinn and rachel and puck and lauren and will and holly and emma and all of the other straight characters.
and people have the audacity to say, “there are too many gay kids” or “it’s the gayest high school in america.”
consider this - santana and brittany falling in love and figuring out their relationship is not a gay plotline. it does involve two women, but it’s just a regular plotline and it’s just as valid as any other. kurt is not a gay character, he’s just a character with needs and feelings that are as valid as those of any other character on the show.
you wouldn’t call finn and rachel a “straight plotline” so why would you smack a label on anyone else?
I want to make out with this post’s quantity of logic and fantastic.
i don’t hear anyone saying that there are too many straight characters in Friends or Dexter or The Big Bang Theory.
because for too many people, straight is still what’s normal.
FUCKING PREACH. I hate it when people add the title “gay ____” to whatever the topic may be. “Gay love” is just love. “Gay person” is a person. “Gay marriage” is a marriage. Like I said in one of my posts, let’s seriously stop being so close-minded and repelling everything that is “gay” as if there is a gay quota. Because if there is one, then it better be equal to the “straight quota” since they’re both equal and the same in my eyes.
“I got an email from my history teacher saying that when I was in her class, when I was a sophmore, I photoshopped my face onto a TIME magazine! So now she has the fake one in her classroom and the real one.”—
So today at school we were talking and a girl said ew, I don't support gay couples, that's just disgusting. I said what are you talking about, how would you feel if you couldn't be with someone that you love. She said it was a sin. I said that not going to church was a sin, not praying, lying.. etc. She told me I was sinning. I didn't know standing up for gay right was a sin. To all of you who support gay rights don't just scroll past this, reblog, and show the world that it's okay to love whoever you want, regardless of gender.
The Warblers, led by Blaine, come to sing Kurt a farewell song – although Blaine adorably adds that he’ll still have Kurt after school and on weekends. I got a little tear at the romance of it. And then I turned into a little puddle of goo when Blaine serenades Kurt with Keane’s “Somewhere Only We Know.” Kurt is floating on a cloud, with everything he feels written on his beautiful, expressive face. And Blaine takes him by the hands and kind of spins him around, and suddenly there is a piano and a string section, and it’s just absolutely perfect.
Then at the end of the song, they embrace, and Kurt, who is in tears, says in a rough voice, “I’ll never say goodbye to you.” And as Blaine walks off, he looks at Kurt with so much love. And seriously? This has got to be the most romantic storyline I’ve ever seen on television. It was just beautiful.