#forever grateful for oberyn martell#the only character who consistently criticised and fought and raged against the all-pervasive culture of rape & sexual sadism#and who sought retribution for the rape of his sister not because it brought dishonour to his family#or sullied her femininity#but because it was a heinous violation of a human being that got buried in silence#he was determined to give voice to it; and to keep giving voice until it couldn’t be ignored any more#to be as unflinching and ruthless and relentless as the man who brutalised the person he loved#jfc the show needed this embedded voice of resistance so badly; one voice against a tide of complicity and complacency#[this character was everything this performance was everything i’m so fucking torn up about it] - tags by elucipher
kurt gen week: musical theatre
↳ “…when viewers look back on this episode, what they’ll remember first is Kurt singing that song from ‘Sunset Boulevard,’ claiming it, and shifting its meanings around to tell his story. In the stage musical, the song entombed faded silent film star Norma Desmond within her own sad fantasies of a comeback. It was a song of delusion, written with great sympathy for Norma. But Chris Colfer turns ‘As If We Never Said Goodbye’ into a valentine to self-knowledge and self-improvement — and a young, gay singer’s dream of treating the world as a stage and commanding it like a star.” (X)
“You’d know perfectly well who I’ve fallen for, if you weren’t too busy feeling sorry for yourself to notice.”
4. any two ships (1/2) - Lupin and Tonks.
GREENDALE SEVEN APPRECIATION
↳ favourite study group centric episode | cooperative calligraphy
the young wolf.