Howdy all. I'm Erin. Stuff to know about me, hmmmm... I am currently at post-grad library school in Toronto, though what I'd love to do is be a writer or a comic artist. Or a super spy of international un-reknown, because I'd be too good at my job for anyone to know about me. A girl can dream. Le sigh. Anyhow. Amongst other things (many other things), I adore and tend to reblog the following: Glee, Harry Potter, Teen Wolf, Supernatural, White Collar, Doctor Who, Hannibal, Welcome to Night Vale, Young Avengers, Inception, Klaine, Chris Colfer, Andrew Garfield, Jonathan Groff, Matt Bomer, Tim Hiddleston, Dylan O'Brien, Emma Stone, Jennifer Lawrence (she's my future wife yo, she just doesn't realize it), Felicia Day, Holland Roden, comic book-based movies, comic books in general, pretty art of any medium, feminist stuff, LGBT stuff - basically anything about how people should at least try to treat each other like PEOPLE, really - and, we mustn't forget, adorable baby animals of all kinds.

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Community Post: A Gay Couple From Texas Made "Doctor Who" Engagement Photos And They're Wonderful

This is fucking beautiful. I wish I were engaged and had thought of it first.

mrsfallontimberlake:

People talk about how hard long distance relationships are but nobody talks about the struggle of long distance friendships. I would give my left leg right now to just be able to sit in our pjs and watch movies or to just be able to give a big fucking hug. 

mr-anxiety:

tit-thunder:

Cecil Baldwin and Dylan Marron sitting beneath an Arby’s sign reenacting a famous Welcome to Night Vale scene.

No stop it oh my god

mr-anxiety:

tit-thunder:

Cecil Baldwin and Dylan Marron sitting beneath an Arby’s sign reenacting a famous Welcome to Night Vale scene.

No stop it oh my god

The Best-Written Gay Couple on Television Is Hiding on a Guilty-Pleasure Show: “These are scared, oppressed boys who often kiss through broken faces. What should have been a depressing and disturbing scene of a father beating the life out of his son was, ultimately, uplifting. The boys again kissing through broken faces. But this time with grins.
To praise the bloody, fraught relationship of Mickey and Ian is not to diminish other, less dramatic depictions. There are a million ways to be gay in America and none of them are wrong. Mickey’s thuggish, street tough is a natural progression from characters like Omar on The Wire, and like every character on Shameless, he and Ian are allowed to be beautiful disasters who are both hard to love and impossible to resist. This is due, in no small part, to the amazing performances from Noel Fisher and Cameron Monaghan who have grown beautifully into their roles.” — Vanity Fair

(Source: mickeyandmumbles)