hyena_gal: (batwoman)
• Merlin. 4.01: The Darkest Hour (Part 1) )

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• Link: Why Is Television Losing Women Writers?  

• Link: Jen Rosenstein's photo series of trans men and women, Transformational Project. Lovely. 

• Gay As In Happy: A Queer Characters Comment Fic-A-Thon - go prompt and write or something. :D

Sean Maher -- Simon Tam in "Firefly" -- is gay. Welcome to the family, Dr. Tam. :)

• So, there's this cartoon show called Adventure Time? And having no preceding knowledge of the show, I watched this episode of it, "What Was Missing," and --- uh, let's just say that a lot of things went down after it aired regarding the pairing of Marceline/Princess Bubblegum, okay? I suggest you watch the episode first of all. Then there's a timeline post of the events that followed and someone sums up their feelings on what went down during "What Was Missing."

I'll be keeping an eye out for what is going to happen next. 
 
hyena_gal: (writingMaud)
What's up, flist?

I'm not up to much, really. Trying to finish writing all of these WIPs I've got in my folder, as well as preparing myself mentally for when school starts again this Monday.

However, I have had certain ~thoughts~ about a certain girl named Fabray lately:





There's a homo explosion happening all over that girl!!!

Ahem. So, allow me to completely rewrite the entire first season of Glee, yes?

Meet Quinn Fabray.

Snarky art-loving girl who just happens to be the only other out person at McKinley High besides Kurt Hummel. After helping him climb out of a dumpster one day, the two of them bond over being ~fabulous~ in a place where no one seems to appreciate that particular quality for some reason. Although they basically don't agree on anything from fashion to music, they still got each others back if anything particular nasty should happen. It becomes a sort of silent agreement between them.

She lives together with her mother; her parents divorced a year prior to season 1. The relationship between Quinn and her mother is strained, but Judy tries to be as good a mother as she can, although it isn't easy. Her daughter can be incredibly stubborn when she wants to be.

Quinn strikes up a tentative friendship with Santana, captain of the Cheerios, and Brittany mid-season, seeing as Santana is struggling with her own sexuality and the prospect of having someone else to talk to about it is something Santana grudgingly needs. To her delight, the black-haired girl finds someone else who she can check out Cheerios' behinds together with.

Quinn eventually joins the Glee club, mostly because she was initially under the impression she could sneak off and have a smoke under the bleachers with no problem during class, but no such luck. She uses her time reading books and making snide remarks instead (~le gasp~, so different from canon!Quinn, I know!), although she has a tendency to be unashamedly flirty when it comes to Rachel; it's worth it, just to see her and Finn's reactions.

Besides, it's not like she has a *crush* on Berry or anything...

Nope, not at all.

And that's what you missed on the Queer Fabray Show, erh, I mean -- Glee!

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- Link: Levitating Girl Natsumi Hayashi - a Tokyo teenager who takes hundreds of pictures of herself jumping until she captures just the right one where, instead of jumping, it looks like she's levitating. These are kind of awesome. Check 'em out.

- Vid recs:

Hook Shot (multi) : as the summary says, female BAMFs for the win. I couldn't agree more.

Come On [Firefly/Serenity] : this vid makes me wanna rewatch the series.

Whenever, Wherever [Twilight, Jacob/Edward] : no, seriously, watch it. If it doesn't make you crack a smile or make you laugh, then... I don't know. You have no sense of humor. ;P
hyena_gal: (danny)


What we've learned from the first season of Fringe:

- Olivia looks very pretty with bruises. Also, she swaggers like whoa!
- Olivia likes to strip down to her underwear and float around in a tank with electrodes attached to her head.
- Olivia drinks whiskey like a pro. Respect. 
- Olivia isn't that talented in the kitchen. She's too busy rescuing the world, y'all, to worry about culinary experiences.
- Olivia has inappropriate chemistry with her sister. And she acts like a genuine fierce momma lion around her niece. 
- Olivia has been nicknamed Han (i.e. Han Solo) because she was *that* much of a lone wolf at one point in her life and most certainly still is.
- Olivia kicks ass and still has time to be protective when it comes to sickly pale children. And redhead twins. 
- **SPOILER**: spoiler for 1x17 )

So, just from this - you should totally be watching Fringe. Really. ;)

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From [info]fannish5:

Name the 5 creepiest episodes/scenes/chapters etc. from your fandoms.

What one person finds creepy isn't creepy in someone else's eyes. Your mileage of creepy may vary.

- "The Gift" - (BtVS) )  

- "Bushwhacked" - (Firefly) )

- Kraven's Last Hunt - (Spiderman) ) 

- "The Rose Signet" - (Shoujo Kakumei Utena) )

- Majora's Mask - (The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask) ) 

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