Sunday, January 22, 2012
Don't even ask me about the beginning of the episode.
The people at your school are even more quick to let transphobia slide. Homophobia's wrong, but after the last episode I don't want to here you bitch about how bad your life is when you think transphobia is fine.
Well, I'm a girl and I listen to a LOT of classic rock. No wonder I have nightmares where Glee covers Steely Dan (it would be terrifying if they did).
Beiste in lingerie makes me want to fucking vomit.
And pointing out to that girls have the right to either or not put out to you is not mentioned once. . .
I want to feel bad for Kurt, but he didn't care when Brittany dressed up as a peanut allergy (with my severe allergy I could die from peanuts/nuts), and transphobia from the last episode, I just think it's really hard to feel bad for this
And Glee says: "Well, if you're trans*, your life is just gonna be miserable. Nothing we can do about it."
Sometimes it is extremely hard to not be the victim, and can be very damaging. Yes I believe in taking a stand for yourself, but I tried that once and it made my life hell. Right now I'm forced in
a position to be the victim.
Sometimes you have to run away, sometimes you can't stand up for yourself. Why don't the writers realize this?
Puck as President? I'd much more gladly move to Canada.
Kurt just left his iPhone in a crowded school hallway?
Kurt sounds like he read everything he said off of the internet. . . I bet he did.
You know what? I do feel bad for what happened to Kurt, because I believe no one should force themselves on another. However, do I like Kurt? No, and I'm still mad at all the obvious transphobia, no excuses.
Fuck Santana for what she said, no one of any gender has to put out to someone!
Lunch makes everything better. . .
I've never been kissed and I haven't missed jack shit.
Beiste is a 40 year old virgin. . . Someone call Comedy Central!
I'm done for tonight, so I think I'll just watch Futurama so it can clean my mind.