According to my psychology professor, we do not exist.
According to her, we are wrong for existing.
My professor flat out said this morning that she does not “believe” in bisexuals. She proceeded to say that the only valid and real orientations are…
Es muy iluso, pero completaría totalmente el día una foto CrissColfer!!
Dios!! Amo a Klaine y quiero que después de su pelea inevitable vuelvan a estar juntos, pero necesito que Chandler sea para Kurt!! Quiero celoso!Blaine!!!!!
BUT WHY COULDN’T THE CAMERA JUST MOVE OVER A LITTLE.
The camera won’t pan because the powers that be deliberately chose not to. This is why I’m pissed. Blaine leans over to kiss Kurt on the cheek and it is deliberately cut. Just like the box scene in the Christmas episode was deliberately cut. Just like Blaine helping Kurt down the stairs of their “bachelor chalet” (because god fucking forbid we refer to them as boyfriends because that’s what they are) got cut. Just like them “kissing and rolling around” in The First Time was deliberately cut. Just like the two other kisses in Season 2 were deliberately cut.
This has to stop. Chris and Darren are going out of their way to portray a loving, healthy, beautiful relationship that just happens to be between two men and the powers that be are continuously undercutting what Klaine has the potential to be. It is not acceptable that one of the most beloved TV couples of the millennium is relegated to platonic, best friend status unless it’s a Very Special Episode, while the lead heterosexual couple serenades each other, makes out, proposes, exchanges multiple Christmas gifts (even though one member of the couple is Jewish), has sex and constantly discusses their future together on a show that claims to be progressive and asserts their intent to treat all couples, homosexual or heterosexual, equally.
It’s not about the lack of physical affection between Kurt and Blaine. It’s not about how many times they’ve kissed, held hands or shared glances that are apparently too sexual for primetime television. It’s about the blatant imbalance between arguably the two most popular couples on the show.
At the point where editors decide not to show Blaine affectionately kissing Kurt on the cheek and choose instead to spotlight yet another prolonged, open-mouth kiss between Finn and Rachel, it’s become too much. This show is becoming exactly what it proclaims not to be — another blatant example of the representational inequity of homosexual couples on television.
I appreciate what the writers did in Season 2 with Kurt and Blaine and I appreciate the moments we have been given in Season 3. However, I will not applaud tokenism.
Glee’s potential to be groundbreaking is scattered across the cutting room floor. I hope one day soon they can pick up the pieces.
“for including us graduates”!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I’m sure we have done something evil in another life…