If you’ve ever asked yourself whether or not you should watch Buffy the Vampire Slayer then the answer is yes. You should watch Buffy. Everyone should watch Buffy. Your family should watch Buffy. Your friends should watch Buffy. Your dog should watch Buffy. Obama should watch Buffy. The world would be a better place if everyone watched Buffy
I can’t start another tv marathon. I need to go outside. I need to meet people. I need to go on a freaking date this year. Damn you, Netflix!
queer people are everywhere
we have always existed
we’re in your big cities and your small towns
we’re your neighbors, your doctors, your community leaders, your bosses, your kid’s friends, your workers
we have permeated every level of society
and i hope that makes you uncomfortable :3
Somebody please talk me out of rewatching that episode just to count the number of times Myka says No or looks really uncomfortable at the idea of other people telling her what she should want/what she should do with her body. Please someone talk me out of doing that. I don’t know what I’d do with that information other than make myself more angry. So I need someone to stop me.
I don’t want to have a baby. I want to have a Helena.
a) Mrs. Frederic “gently reminding” Myka (and in extension the large number of female audience that is watching the show) that a woman must re-evaluate her priorities in life when her ability to procreate are being threatened.
b) It’s absolutely okay to have a job and do…
Ok, but the Mrs Fredrick thing. I think that’s what pisses me off the most. Mrs Fredrick has always seemed to me like the type of woman who would get the idea of Myka not wanting to have kids. I mean, aside from the whole some people don’t want to be parents thing, she has been at the warehouse for so long. Imagine all the horrible things she’s seen. All the parents who have lost children, children who have lost parents. Why wouldn’t she understand someone not wanting to take that chance?
And also, why is she even getting involved in the first place? Since when does Mrs Fredrick pester agents about their personal lives? Seriously. The only thing that comes to mind is when she told Pete about the One rule. But wasn’t she there for some other reason and just happened to hear the conversation? Also, she’s pretty much their boss. I know they’re a family and all that, but since when is it appropriate to ask your employee about their plans to have (or ability to have) kids??? Isn’t that illegal?!