1. "There’s nothing wrong with G rated movies. As long as there’s lots of sex and violence."

     
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  6. I don’t find it “amazing” that 55% of Americans think gay marriage is ok.

    That means 45% of Americans think they get a say in what rights I do and do not get to have.

     
  7. When people talk about how excited they are for certain character’s arcs in Game of Thrones and they haven’t read the books I just want to grab them, shake them like a crazy person and yell “THAT CHARACTER DOES LITERALLY NOTHING FOR THE NEXT TWO FUCKING EIGHT THOUSAND PAGE LONG BOOKS DON’T GET YOUR HOPES UP THAT THEIR SLOW, BORING ARC THAT SEEMED LIKE IT WAS FINALLY GOING SOMEWHERE IS GOING TO MAGICALLY PICK UP CAUSE THE SHOW MOVES EVEN SLOWER THAN THE BOOKS AND THAT IS SAYING SOMETHING CAUSE THESE NEXT TWO BOOKS ARE NOT WHAT YOU ARE EXPECTING!”

    …but I don’t. Not because I’m a good person (hah!) but because I’ve learned to wait. I will sit back, make some popcorn, throw away that popcorn because I don’t enjoy popcorn, and then feast on the sorrows of show watchers as they realize their character doesn’t do jack shit.

     
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    Watching How To Get Away With Murder on my computer and living in my little bubble of gayness, I never stopped to think about the fact that in FOUR episodes of this show, it has managed to put more gay sexuality on display than the entire box set of Will & Grace (not that that says much of anything…)

    And this is still on Network TV. Where straight people kiss each other while gay people hug each other. Hugging is the “gay kiss” of Network TV.

    And then comes Our Lordess And Heavenly Savior, Shonda Rhimes, to fix all that.

    YOU GET GAY SEX!

    YOU GET GAY SEX!

    YOU AAAAAAAALL GET GAY SEX!!!!1

    And all the poor, unfortunate straight people who just wanted to watch straight, white, heterosexual people solve crime while their sassy black and/or gay friends chirp off their one line of dialogue have to sit there and watch two dudes going at it and talking about eating out each other’s asses. Yup. They actually describe the sex.

    Hot.

    Fucking,

    Damn.

    Where has this show been all my life.