Anonymous asked:
One question about the queerbaiting thing: is a show queerbaiting if the show-makers themselves want to have just straight up queer romance but the studio execs refuse to allow it so they relegate it to subtext?


To that I would say: don’t go there if you aren’t going to go there.  It’s more harmful to dangle a queer romance within reach and then pull it away with denials and “just kidding” than to not include queer romance at all.  

Even well-intentioned queerbaiting is still more harmful than no representation at all (in that particular show, not overall).  Queerbaiting on screen is queerbaiting, no matter where it came from and how it started.


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“I am easy to inspire; there is little I require. I wasn’t yours and you weren’t mine, though I’ve wished from time to time we had found a common ground. Your voice was such a welcome sound.”
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ewok-en-wonderland said: Hi! I really love your draws! Is an amazing job! Can you do a draw of Deadpool and Loki, please?

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Happy birthday!! I hope you have a fantastic day!

Aw, thank you, sweetheart.


As for the magazine? (x)

A Deadpool movie in which….


….he bumps into the Stan Lee cameo in the movie and just goes down on his knees and goes “oh my god, It’s God, and he’s dressed as a school crossing guard”!