Anonymous asked: Black is beautiful. White is beautiful and every other color in between is also beautiful. :)
I dunnoooo I think you already know that “White is beautiful” don’t you?
Or will it shatter your beauty if I recognize mine?
please keep your self centered ignorance, micro-agressions and derailing all to yourself
That when white people say they are part Native American it’s 100 percent a lie because when the government first started giving reparations to the native Americans white Americans would pay the administration of the census to add their names on the lists of the natives
I categorically refuse to believe that because there is a prediction of death that it is an irreversible trajectory. We make our own destinies.
So I was in line for the shuttle and there was this little girl who had this great cosplay of Zelda. And her mom started telling me how this good looking guy came up and asked to have a picture with her. While they were taking a picture, they heard these girls screaming and the girl asked what that was about and the guy said he had no idea and thanked her and walked very quickly away.
That guy was Tyler Posey.
Anonymous asked: chill out. it's all in good fun.
No it’s not. To them, it might be. To them, it’s a joke. Which is exactly the point. When an interviewer, a professional, decides to read fanfic with the sole purpose of reading it to a cast member that portrays the characters in that story, it’s never about “oh, hey, look at how passionate this writer is about the character you’ve brought to life!”
It’s about making a joke of it. There are interviewers that have purposely searched out bad fic to get actors to read it. That’s what they put in actors’ head as what we’re putting out there. Nine times out of ten? It’s smut pieces. Which diminishes what we’re doing so much. They’ll go through a 50k word fic that has built up an incredible world and storyline, find the sex, and minimize the fic to that.
A lot of fanfic writers use this as a safe place for writing. A lot of us have dreams of becoming published novelists. This is our way to practice and get feedback, constructive criticism. Or to just get out ideas in our heads that we wouldn’t necessary be able to make into a full length novel (like one-shots and drabbles, for example). It’s a creative freedom that we seek. It’s incredibly invasive for them to come into fandom with the intention of tearing that down, making us feel shame, turning it into a joke.
It’s uncomfortable for us and it’s uncomfortable for the casts that have to listen to and/or read this stuff. And don’t tell me it’s not.
It needs to be impressed upon interviewers that this is not okay on so many levels it’s ridiculous.
I completely agree and think this goes hand-in-hand with why we should not ask the actors about fanfiction or shipping in general. This is our space to imagine different possibilities for the characters, so for the show’s creators to break this wall is an invasion of our space. It’s like if fans went onto the sets and started forcing their way into scenes. Or went into the writers’ room and stared over their shoulders while they work (though I honestly think some of the writers in teen wolf fandom would do a significantly better job than the current shitbags being hella problematic).