courfeyradical:

emphasisonthehomo:

Queer subtext in media is nice and all, but have you considered:

  • Including actual queer characters instead of vague metaphors for queer characters.

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Anonymous

SUPER supportive Mama McCall who doesn't mind all the punks coming in and out of her house and let's them stay the night when they need a place to stay. Mama McCall who immediately started research when Scott came out to her as nb so she understands. Mama McCall smiling while inspecting Scott's new tattoo and making sure he takes care of it so it heals right. Mama McCall who treats all the punk kids like her own and worries about them as much as Scott and gets called "mom" by them all. :3

The Sheriff telling Melissa that there are some kids squatting at an abandoned building and they didn’t look so good, and Melissa and Scott going together to bring blankets and bandages and disinfectants and even if they don’t want to accept a place to stay, letting them know that they are always available. Melissa being extra caring for beat up and malnourished kids who sometimes come into the ER. Teaching them how to stitch up wounds in the most practical and safe way, how to take care of each other! 

Patron Saint of punk kids, queer kids and poor kids Melissa McCall (◡‿◡✿) 

theonewholookedback:

madeofparts:

STARRING: A MODERATELY ATTRACTIVE WHITE ACTOR, ANOTHER MODERATELY ATTRACTIVE WHITE ACTOR, AND SOME BACKGROUND LADIES I GUESS

I’m dead

hannigraham:

Alrighty! I decided to make a masterpost for the lovely and talented Sylvia Plath. Here you will find the links I could find to her various works, journals, interviews, and readings. Please enjoy, and if there is any problem with the links or ones that could be added, please contact me via ask. :)

P O E T R Y

Collections:

Reading her poetry:

P R O S E

Novel:

Short Story Collections:

Children’s Books:

H E R   L I F E

Her Journals:

Interviews with her:

Documentaries and such on her:

Interviews with those who knew her:

A D A P T A T I O N S

Of her life:

some thrilling arcs in ‘the office life with Andrea,’ like ‘Andrea vs. dress shirts’, ‘Andrea tries to look like an adult’ and ‘the barista at my coffee shop always looks at me with a little worry’