Ladies/femme-presentin’ folk of my Tumblr acquaintance: raise your hand if you never get hit on/street-harassed, & share theories as to why?
*raises hand* Not saying it’s never happened, but very very rarely. In bad-feminist moments, I wonder if I’m just totally unattractive. But I like to think I just unconsciously project a hostile vibe (which may also explain why I have trouble making friends.) Maybe I carry myself in a very masculine way, such that I’m invisible to the kind of dude who pulls that shit?
I hate everyone who has contributed to my shipping of Cockles. That includes Jensen and Misha. Fuckers.
It was always going to end up with you shipping cockles.
It’s starting to happen to me even though it makes me reallllllly uncomfortable. GIFS DON’T LIE and those two flirt like fuck-all.
Destiel is already canon: or alternately, throw out your road maps and buckle up your seatbelts, we’re driving Baby in a Hermeneutic circle
I’ve seen a lot of meta that has focused on the minutia of the Carver era, as well as meta focusing on the three act structure (which incidentally I am 100% on board with) but I haven’t seen anything on the literal structure of the Carver era, how it’s meant to be engaged, and what that means for Destiel not in the future, but right now.
So, after searches and pleas and impatient waiting failed me, I decided to get off my lazy ass and write it myself.
I’ll say it up front, I’m not an academic, I’ve got a high school diploma, a cosmetology license, and a can do attitude. My understanding of postmodernism is almost completely self taught, and most of what I know relates to the visual arts. So expect a conversational tone, and a really weird approach.
Here we go!
Jessi is a smarty smartypants, and I love this essay to death.
@ragesinggoddess here are some more I made up: lip-smearing, visage-mashing, bilquing, tingle-bunting, mackey-macking, umshawing, smitzing— Colin Dickey (@colindickey)April 20, 2014