my writing partner - we die holding hands - a bit gay for - my boyfriend
editing: writer's block - behind the curtains - survivor's academy 2
Reading: The Hunchback of notre dame
Listening to: next to normal - a gentleman's guide
Les Misérables Highlights at Dallas Theater Center
With the amount of footage they have….
Could it be? A DVD?
wow this is epic
We’re in a horrible, repugnant place now where kids are told it’s their right and due to be hugely famous. Not good at their job, not good at anything, just hugely famous. This is not sane. Little girls think they’ll be famous if they have vast breast implants and might as well die if they don’t.
imagine demisexual lithromantic grantaire —
grantaire who admires people physically from an artistic perspective and traces their figures in his sketchbook; he only begins to feel sexual attraction after he has memorized their contours and the fall of their hair and the texture of their skin, once they have filled color-swathed pages and contemplative hours.
grantaire who feels romantic love, fierce love, obsessive love, who lets it drive him and bend him and burn him, but who desires only trust and a smile in return — who is content to exist with the warmth of his feelings, not the suffocating weight and responsibility of reciprocation.
grantaire who lives with his friends and sings in the morning and cooks breakfast in his underwear; who sometimes brings a close friend to bed, joly or bossuet or jehan or bahorel — maybe a couple of them at once on a cold lonely night. grantaire who blushes and grins when they tease him about his crushes, but without any deep burn of loneliness, because he has everything he needs, here with his friends and the gentle flame of the love that will always be enough for him.
"When I was a kid I’d be singing along to On My Own in my hairbrush, wanting to be Éponine… Which is weird, because she is so tragic and she’s got this sad life, but, I don’t know, is that kind of teenage thing, isn’t it? And her theme of unrequited love is something we can all relate to […] you can really relate to that pain that she goes through." Samantha Barks
I want a story about a gay girl disguising herself as a guy to get into an all boy school. When she meets her roommate, he happens to have a banging personality and a very pleasing face. The girl has a sexuality crisis because she starts to fall for the roommate but in reality, the roommate is actually another girl disguised as a guy so that she can attend the school