dynamics-of-an-asteroid:

Andrew Scott at London Collections: Men AW 2014 [x]

dynamics-of-an-asteroid:

Andrew Scott at London Collections: Men AW 2014 [x]

thekneegrope:

okay we have all seriously overlooked the way anthea looks at mycroft when sherlock says “and what about john watson?”

thekneegrope:

okay we have all seriously overlooked the way anthea looks at mycroft when sherlock says “and what about john watson?”

pebbles5ever:

hypno-angex:

suklaaaa:

bunnyinafez:

iwantfitbody:

madamedepompador:

winchesterwolves:

moniker-padacklyte:

zillystring:

wasereborworthit:

mellowminty:

pizzaforpresident:

petition to rename the usa ‘south canada’

what about alaska

are we then normal canada

canada a bit to the left

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What about South America? Is that just America? Or South South Canada?

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i cried my ass of laughing

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WARM CANADA

i caN’T BREATHE OH MY GOD

I’m not even from Canada but I approve this change of names

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jeanmarcoing:

did that fucker just jump on water is this fucking cat jesus

Steven Moffat when asked about Sherlock series 4 at GOTG UK premiere. (x)

piningjohn:

the actual proof that tjlc, if we’re right, would be powerful, have a real impact and be fucking important for queer representation is that so many people refuse to believe in it on the grounds that “the writers wouldn’t go there” or that “the bbc wouldn’t allow it” which are arguments that you would never hear when it comes to straight ships. those simple arguments that we heard again and again, even after having disproved them, show how unlikely people think it is to have, yes, two cishet white males being in love and in a queer relationship, introduced and narrated as a heterosexual one, on one of the most popular show around the world. if they don’t even believe that it’s possible, having Johnlock becoming canon would, in fact, be fucking huge progress. 

sallydnovan:

wait so sherlock went from knowing nothing about the solar system to suddenly knowing about some obscure supernova in one episode? if you don’t think that man has the hots for john watson and lives to impress him then you are living under a rock

bbcatemysoul:

sherlock holmes and john watson are beloved, iconic characters whose relationship (written in a time when it could not have been openly queer) was so intimate that the possible queer subtext has been being discussed for decades, and yet the possibility of their romantic involvement has never been textually explored on screen up to this point because it either hasn’t been allowed or hasn’t been socially acceptable to do so

there are queer people who have stated that it would be important to them personally to see sherlock holmes and john watson finally allowed to be in a textually queer relationship on screen

there are queer people who have stated that it would be important to them personally to see a queer romance given the same kind of slow-build treatment that heterosexual romances are often given but which queer stories are often denied

there are queer people who have stated that it would be important to them personally for the show to upset the notion that any character who hasn’t stated their sexual orientation can be assumed to be heterosexual by default

for this to actually happen on television in a popular show with such iconic characters would in fact be progressive and would in fact have a positive cultural impact and to pretend otherwise by accusing people who want it of fetishizing, of pretending that shipping is activism, or of not being queer enough is frankly repulsive

if it doesn’t mean anything to you, fine, but don’t sit there telling other people that the representation that they want isn’t valid because it didn’t get your own personal queer stamp of approval

oh, but i guess i don’t know why you’d listen to me; i’m just a bisexual woman who married a person of a different gender so i probably don’t count as being a “real” queer person