90% of my problems with the 8th season of supernatural come from the abrupt dismissal of the fact that for 7 seasons, sam has been canonically known to go completely batshit insane whenever he thinks dean is dead/not in the same universe as him. healthy is good but un developing a character is not
give me crazy, codependent, mentally unstable murderous sam winchester whos brother is his only tether to humanity and once that is gone he completely lacks identity or give me death.
dean would beg to differ you sacrificial little shit
#jesus christ man #benny is just so fucking /good/ #if you hate benny i’m literally going to find you and take a shit on everything you love#because tell me what the fuck this cuddly angel bear has done wrong #he is so fiercely loyal and forgiving and understanding #can you imagine him as part of team free will #he would be the peace maker #everyone else is brooding and shouting and holding grudges or hiding their feelings #benny wouldn’t take any of that shit man he would stay calm and get people to be rational #YOU HAD SO MUCH POTENTIAL I AM JUST SO MAD
Ian McKellen, explaining why The Hobbit should be seen [x]
You can be a fan of something and still see flaws in the writing, characterization and continuity.
You can be a fan of something and dislike the writer/s and their writing style/s.
You can be a fan of something and notice and discuss problematic elements of it.
You can be a fan of something and critique and analyze it.
You can be a fan and do none of the above.
Stop judging others for how they choose to enjoy their media or their opinions and beliefs.
Go vote here. We can’t let GLEE win, come on. We’ve been fighting for this ship for FOUR YEARS.
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I would like to say why I actually think Destiel is a better representation for non-hetero people. Klaine is about two normal homosexual boys, determined as such and it’s a great thing. The message that “gay is okay” is great.
But what message does Destiel really have for us? We have Dean, a presumably 100% hetero man with an extremely heteronormative upbringing and a genderless angel who happens to be in a man’s body. The character development we see is amazing, and you can follow Dean’s way from that to the situation where we are now, where their love is clearly shown though not yet acted upon.
What I’m trying to say is that I think a hetero man falling for a genderless being despite that being residing in a body he might not originally have felt any sort of attraction to shows how love doesn’t know any borders. The angel who doesn’t know love for anything else than its Father falls for a human, not specifically a man. It shouldn’t matter what gender the person is, that’s the message I’d like the world to see. Why do we have to try so hard to define everything? Love is love. Destiel isn’t a gay couple, and will never be. But they do represent love in a very pure way, romantic or not.
I prefer “it doesn’t matter” over “gay is okay”.
Can I get an AMEN? This is why I love Destiel. Aren’t we all just gender-less entities or souls who happen to occupy male and female bodies?