"not every show needs queer characters"
well not every show needs 25 straight white carbon copies of the same characters from every other show ever aired in the history of television yet here we are with ten thousand of you on tv and one of me if I’m lucky
how dare you eat a feast, throw me a bone while I’m starving, and then tell me to be happy that I’m finally equal to you you spoiled entitled brat
If you haven’t watched the movie Drop Dead Gorgeous with Kirsten Dunst, Kirstie Alley, Denise Richards and Allison Janney, you are missing out and we can’t be friends
Ok so I need someone’s opinion on this. And I don’t want any rude replies.
Ok so basically my partner and I don’t get to do much. Minus my food reviews, we pretty much like to watch food network in her house because I have very little time with her and by time we get to said place and do said thing, the time is nearly gone.
I am someone who hates sharing. I do. It’s bad. Wrong bad but I’m being honest. I was an only child for seven years and that was about 17 years ago meaning I have had 17 years to grow out of it. But i haven’t. I hate sharing. I hate it…..
So when Harriet and I finally get to have somewhere new to add to a very small list of ‘us places’, I don’t like when she wants to take family there to experience it too.
Now I’m not saying it’s good or right. Maybe it’s because right now, our relationship has never been so bad, that I’m clinging to every little good thing we’ve done. But I like having personal, only us places. The Hill at night is so important to me because it’s where I felt secure about us again, it was a beautiful place for Harriet to experience before her birthday got shitted up and it’s just mine.
I don’t know. Harriet says not to worry. But I know what happens when we don’t get each other on a certain subject. It hovers and I worry.
Sigh. I just like having personal us places.
Is that wrong???
Mad about Lana Del Rey’s Tropico