Sasha, I don’t care about your feelings. You are a cat. Your primary feeling is telling me to feed you. That’s not even really a feeling.
- Annie: thaaaatcher
- Annie: maaaarry meeeeee
- Annie: except it'd never woooooork
- Shannon: thatcheeeer.
I will never understand how so many people don’t seem to care/notice that Ray V and Fraser are in love?
I mean yes okay there is definitely—Ray K knew him for a day and asked if Fraser found him attractive, like, I don’t even know what to do with that, I’ve watched canonical romances with less chemistry—but
Fraser and Vecchio are basically married. They’re so in love! When the Rays switched out I was so disappointed because I was convinced no one could love Fraser more.
…I was wrong, of course, because omg Kowalski how are you so gay but
TL;DR I HAVE FEELINGS ABOUT CANADIAN COP SHOWS FEW PEOPLE WATCHED
This time: “White Man Can’t Jump to Conclusions”.
I love that Ray V is regularly portrayed as biased when dealing with low class folk or people of color. I mean, obviously, I don’t love that, because it’s pretty fucked up, but I love that the show doesn’t make its characters or police department perfect. And I love that it comes up more than once. And I love that the show never paints him as right for doing so.
(And of course I love the fact that Fraser doesn’t leap to the same conclusions Ray does and is just generally a wonderful human being, but, you know, he’s Fraser.)
I have a weakness for police procedurals and buddy cop shows, but a lot of them are unrepentantly positive in their portrayal of the police or just side-step the issue by apparently only having rich/middle class white folk commit crimes.
wow I hate collaging so fucking much
really wish I could paint this.
My hair clashed with the hat/skirt combo I wanted to wear, so naturally I put a wig on.
We uhhhhh we gotta talk? About credit? You need to add it. It’s really easy.
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The movement for gay marriage has had a strong push among very class-privileged people, because they are the people with trusts and with property and with health care. If you’re gay, black, poor and you don’t have any access to insurance, the question of whether your partner can be included on your insurance is not just relevant to the health needs of your life. What would be more relevant is national health care!” —bell hooks (via queeraspie)