This is Jeff Davis, openly gay creator of MTV’s Teen Wolf. Over the course of four seasons, he’s had three recurring gay characters, two of which are no longer on the show. Despite the large desire of the fandom to see more of gay character Danny, Davis wrote him out of the show with no explanation. There have been two lesbian characters, one of which was killed almost immediately after she appeared. The other was retconned into being bisexual for the sole purpose of queerbaiting the show’s most popular character Stiles. Davis hinted at Stiles being bisexual for multiple seasons and then backtracked and said there were no plans to continue exploring that aspect of him any further. Davis’ response to the massively popular Sterek ship was to separate both of the characters involved in the ship, keeping them apart until they can spend one meaningful scene in each finale in a blatant attempt to bait Sterek shippers into watching for another season and giving them one-note girlfriends who solely exist to emphasize their heterosexuality. Despite all of this, Davis constantly demands praise for the LGBT inclusiveness of his show.
This is Peter Nowalk, openly gay creator of ABC’s How To Get Away With Murder. In the show’s first episode we are introduced to openly gay law student Connor Walsh, who is seen having sex not only to acquire evidence, but because he wants to. Connor is even seen rimming his partner before the scene cuts away. Nowalk has confirmed that Connor will have a romantic interest starting in the second episode and said “it was important to me to show a gay person as a full-fledged character” when talking about Connor. In addition to Connor, three of the main characters are women of color. Nowalk has yet to demand praise for the show’s LGBT inclusiveness or its racial representation
On the contrary, my dear anonymous, I can be whatever you want me to be. ;)
Or even a lamp:
oh yes, especially a lamp.
WHY DO YOU LIVE IN MY ROOM
WHAT IS GOING ON
It would have been nice if you told me before you started living on my bookshelf.
OH MY GOD
We got rid of tuition fees because we do not want higher education which depends on the wealth of the parents.
Gabrielle Heinen-Kjajic, Germany’s minister for science and culture.
Unlike Libertarians and Republicans like Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney who favor “boot strap theory” and advise struggling college students to simply borrow from their wealthy parents to pay for higher education, Germany Just Abolished College Tuition Fees.
The Republican answer for life: “just use your privilege”
"PSYCH" - The New Zealand National govt