Faberry in performances - do you wanna touch me
oh my god that’s so awful :( god damnit this is why we cant have nice things, because fucking haters ruin everything!
I’m so mad oh my god
In case you don’t know what this means:
Bridgett is married to Dot Marie Jones (Coach Beiste on Glee)
Bridgett tweeted to her friends about how much she loves them and wants to see them again for dinner at her home.
Bridgett (or her wife, I forget) tweeted an adorable picture of her friends at a party for Ashley Fink.
Those friends included Chris Colfer and Ashley Fink and Dot and her wife and Oliver Kieran Jones (Adam Crawford on Glee) and Will Sherrod among others.
Bridgett started to get a bunch of nasty tweets about how she was only tweeting about Chris for attention (after she talked about how much she loves him) and asking why Darren wasn’t there. Some of them were vicious.
She got some kind tweets from fans too.
I was going to tweet her that I was sorry she was getting bullied by “fans” but I didn’t get around to it, and now it’s too late.
So once again “fans” are bullying LGBTQ people on social media because their little fantasy ship is not real.
And because real people are not dolls for them to play with so they get vicious.
That’s horrible. It’s so ironic that these are supposedly fans of Glee, and a large part of the show (in the past, anyway) has been about how much bullying people can hurt. Whether they’re gay, or just somehow don’t fit in with the average, bullying affects how you look at other people.
Sometimes those feelings last for decades, that fear that everyone around you is judging you, and somehow finding you lacking. Some people are able to find love and support, others haul themselves up by their own bootstraps and find self-confidence in different ways. But it doesn’t take much to send someone back to that fearful place of “all these people hate me” and “I can’t trust anyone.” Not everyone will react that way, but some do. Others will just make their social networking private. But it’s a lousy thing to make someone go to that extreme.
Why would anyone want to make someone else feel that way? Obviously it must do something for the haters, as a way of momentarily getting their anger out. But there are other ways. One thing I do, is I write a post or tweets etc., and express my anger, disgust, and any other negative feelings. But then I DELETE IT before sending it out to someone or to a community at large. I’ve probably done that hundreds of times over the years, and I haven’t regretted it once.
I never thought that you would be the one to hold my heart
But you came around and you knocked me off the ground from the start
you put your arms around me and I believe
that it’s easier for you to let me go.
You put your arms around me and I’m home.
I’m a multi-shipper and I can usually reason, rationalize, or justify behind most ships, but man, when I NOTP, I NOTP hard. I’m so salty and bitter about ships I despise (don’t worry don’t worry I don’t tag my hate or anything).
It’s like no matter how inclusive a story is, as soon as a character is attracted to more than one gender everyone’s all
'Orange Is The New Black' is a huge example of that.
I literally spent the ENTIRE SHOW just WAITING FOR ONE PERSON TO SAY BISEXUAL and they never fucking did