"Raise your words, not your voice. It is rain that grows flowers, not thunder."

Anonymous said:  An Emma fan that Likes any relationship she is in makes you a typical Swan Queen fan. Didn't another SQ writer say something along the lines of you can ship swan queen and not care about Regina's happiness. Nobody mentions the SwanQuener who asked if any other SQ fan found Lana's husband creepy. Or the two SQ sites that folded claiming OQ killed the love they had for Lana. My friend once said we SQ shippers are loyal to the end. She was half right. I am an Emma/Regina shipper.

A bit confused about what you’re saying in this ask anon? Could you clarify a bit?
As far as I feel SQ = Emma/Regina. Are u referencing ‘being an SQer’ as more of a generalize fannish cultural field than an actual ship?

I’ve sort of reached a point where relating to the show itself, I can’t be only an Emma or only a Regina fan, at any given moment — both characters have incredible important arcs/dynamics that I think are essential together to the foundation of the show & everything that makes it possible.

On a generalized level I adore both of them—and on a relationship level the potential between the two of them is the only thing i do adore (as a gut-wrenchingly engaging, meaty theme that is—orig Snowing was great but their story ended in S1, and it was still of course expected and predictable though told well). I like exploring all of their other relationships (mostly so Graham, and more than that, all the non-canonically romantic characters), but find that interesting in the first place only with/bc of the environmental filter of SQ over it, under it, around it, on top of it…

That said — BOTH characters do things and act certain ways sometimes that really REALLY pisses me off (especially in this past season with Emma, and i in no way did not essentially see Regina as the villain in S1 even though i loved her & her ridiculous entrance music to death) - And when that happens I immediately fall back on & can attack the faults/wayward or mischaracterized attitude of said character thru the other of the pair — Thats actually one of the things that makes SQ so compelling for me (aside from all the obvious) — its like a little mini-nuclear reactor of the conflict and fusion of the entire structure/thesis/core of the show in itself … embodied by women who are excessively sexy on many kinds of both physical & non-physical levels.

SQ is incredibly archetypal (and spot-on archetypal) and I’m not the type of person that could ever emotionally let go of that in the grand scheme of things just to reoriented & latch onto a main character’s fleeting happiness (um…unless that character is Bo. lol jk). I actually don’t particularly LIKE my characters happy—unless it involves food or creature comforts or sex or fluff or is the end of the story— its not really their job to be happy imo — It’s their job to show us how to get shit done (or how not to).


thepoliticalfreakshow:

postracialcomments:

4eversheneneh:

dragonheartedrabbit:

"Waste of good ammo. It’s my privilege to buy you a replacement box."

"All self-respecting whites have a moral responsibility to support our growing number of martyrs to the failed experiment called diversity."

"I thank all Police, you are the ‘Thin Blue Line’ protecting normal Americans from aggressive and entitled primitive savages. America is surely at the tipping point."

Just a few quotes (in case it’s hard to read) from that collection of donation messages for Darren Wilson.

Does anyone else want to say it’s not about race?

"At least one member of the CHICAGO POLICE supports you brother"

This is why, white people

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this makes me want to throw up. (i consider myself an anthropologist, & its pretty hard to get me ashamed of humanity, but right now i am ashamed of humanity.)



why dont *I* have a basement playroom full of shirtless superheroes?


i am so sorry - i cant not reblog this.


devilinred:

out of curiosity.. if you’re a swen please reblog this with your age. i wanna know our age range. thanks!

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frivolouswhim:

Magic 101 with the Queen.

I love how she is basically like—this is how you be the queen and do magic: ::(flexes boxing muscles)—DOES QI GONE::


blood-red-d reblogged your photo and added:
Ah, that seriously seems like it would be so much…

It WILL be so much fun!

Pursue and report back to me. :)

I’m actually on the verge of diving into the acting realm as a student right now (it blows my mind) - I can send you reading material recs - We can have an acting intensive book club! —From a production stand point im actually REALLLLY interested in exploring ways to make ppl w 0 acting experience comfortable acting. Happy to field convos abt any of this stuff.


Anonymous said:  Something goes weird magically. Snow's stuck being followed by a turned-baby Red in Wolf form. Puppy!Red who is still about the size of a caucasian shepherd with oversized paws. Puppy!Red getting distracted by her own tail and chewing on her claws or any piece of wood/shoes that aren't in use. It happens in Storybrooke and Snow remarks it's happened before "It just sort of snapped back before though, we didn't do anything. She's a sucker for belly rubs!" Belle sulks at puppy!Red sticking to Snow

konako:

dawwwwwwwwww

oh my god, stop it!


blood-red-d:

All black

Ah! Lip scar and everything?? Come be my Evil Queen—in the OUAT Satire Serial i mean :) Have you ever acted at all?

blood-red-d:

All black

Ah! Lip scar and everything?? Come be my Evil Queen—in the OUAT Satire Serial i mean :) Have you ever acted at all?


I just wanna like, be married to someone I adore so we make pancakes, and children, and chocolate, and threesomes often.




So heres a thing, that really surprised me, that I need to say in light of fandom solidarity— The other day I was writing a scene in an SQ fic where Regina was attacking Hook’s character/integrity in general and as someone that should be influencing her son, and Emma was sitting there silently starting to take it more and more personally because of the ways she does in fact relate to Hook (whether she likes them or not) — and, despite everything— beyond the superficial and problematic elements of Hook,  I had a minor revelation, and feel like I now understand CSer’s a hell of a lot better.

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