At first, I liked Mickey because he was a mean, tough thug. Then I liked Mickey because he was a gay, tough thug. Then I caught flashes of a vulnerable Mickey. I saw him conflicted and afraid. I saw him jealous, I saw him heartbroken, and I saw how much it terrified him.
Now I love Mickey Milkovich.
"Everyone who has rallied to get me on this list I love you all. To have a black trans woman at the top of this list if it’s only for today is so major. Keep voting. Voting is open til April 22.” — Laverne Cox via Facebook
Allison and Lydia learning and growing through their friendship with each other.
#i’ve been thinking about this a lot#about why allison and lydia worked so well#allison truly struggles with finding strength in her femininity and eventually comes to really embrace it—i personally think through lydia#and visa versa—lydia learns through her friendship with allison that the relationships you make with people count#not everyone is a tool to use#some people /matter/ and that’s why you surround yourself if you can with GOOD.#[weeps bitterly into hands] (via philcoulson)