Monday, April 21, 2014

hashtagpll:

YOU ARE GETTING GAS NOT DOING A PHOTOSHOOT WHAT THE FUCK

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I don’t want people to watch this show and say: ‘Well this school isn’t like my school. This is completely unrealistic and I can’t relate to this cause that’s just not reality.’ It’s not really about that, it’s about that it COULD be and it’s gonna be a slow process but it’s possible. Rita Volk (x)

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thegingerbalrog:

my-fandom-life:

dismantlerepaired:

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hikingnerd:

timelordpillbug:

follovved:

amerlcanapparel:

when she says she doesn’t send nudes

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when guys objectify women and expect them to send nudesimage

when someone asks you about your nuclear plans for russia

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When Russia sends you nudes

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sqfangirl:

Yo, why can’t you guys just watch the damn show before judging it?! Faking it has a shitty synopsis it’s true. I was offended by it. But you know what I did? I actually watched the 1st episode before passing judgement on the show. How can you listen to people who haven’t even seen the show?! I’m not saying it’s the best show in the world, but IT’S ABOUT SELF-DISCOVERY for at least one of the girls who is ‘faking it’. This could be a really good show for young, questioning kids. I’m so sick and tired of seeing those asinine tweets on my dash. FYI that person didn’t watch the episode since if he or she did, they would see that there is an out gay guy in it for sure AND one of the girls is just coming to the realization that she is/might be gay, so NO, it’s not just about straight people pretending to be gay. Damn.

Please take a minute to read this, whether you like Faking It or not.

box-of-rainbows:

I just wanted to say something important and give my polite and sincere opinion about the show, without being rude or judgemental towards anyone.

The trailer does makes it seem like a really bad thing, and at first I was really mad at it, but then I decided to give it a try and it’s not like that at all!

To the people that say it’s unreal, the whole acceptance at school and all that: come on, it’s television, fiction, don’t take it so seriously. I mean, does your school have the outcasts as the popular kids? Probably not, because it’s fiction! Watch the pilot and you’ll surely understand the message they’re trying to pass.

One of the girls will actually have to deal with her sexuality because she always just assumed she was straight because that’s what society usually forces into us, I’m really sure they’re gonna portray all that issues and that’s something lots of us can relate to, so please don’t just go around judging the show before you understand it.

Also, they are working with the trevor project, I’m sure that means something.

Yes, they did make a terrible job at explaining what the show is really about, but don’t just believe in all that superficial shit they’re talking about. Lots of famous websites/blogs that talked about Faking It also made it seem like the complete different idea than the one they’re really trying to portray.

I assure you they’re not mocking the LGBT community. The actor that plays Shane, the most popular guy at school, who’s gay, is also gay in real life and I believe he wouldn’t be a part of a show if it were like that.

If you don’t want to watch the show, that’s totally fine, just please don’t tag your hate, it makes the people who like Faking It really upset and it’s like someone just bursting into your bedroom, where you feel safe, and yelling at you shit about all the things that you care about and that you can relate to.

If you, like me, is willing to give the show a try, just please watch the pilot and I’m sure you’ll see that it’s not that bad after all. It does have its problems, of course, just like every show, but maybe if you stick around for a little while you may actually find something good and different, that should not be so judged like that.

hannahorvath:

wow, people are so enraged about the fact that Faking It portrays a school that is tolerant and accepting of people and where gay students aren’t bullied for being gay

like, god forbid someone has a positive experience being gay as a teenager, right?

god forbid a tv show on a network that is popular among teenagers tries to encourage those teen viewers to promote an accepting environment in their own schools

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karmyteam:

so adorable

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selenerpatrol:

i love how some girls are soft and delicate and wear floral dresses and how some are fuckin hardcore and have short hair and are rad as hell and how others are a mix of the two

girls are so great

rachelniehaaus:

Orphan Black: 2x01 — Nature Under Constraint and Vexed.

basically this whole scene summed up into four gifs.