samuel // 19 // a man on a mission [in order of frequency: regina mills - elementary - star trek, pokemon, lutece, shingeki no kyojin, doctor who, the mentalist, the x files, house, harry potter, other name-brand holmeses, more fandom. in no particular order: music, attractive people, mildly funny text posts, my writing, doge. i like to talk about myself and liveblog.] currently contemplating: why are we trying to pretend there aren't gay wizards? there are so many gay wizards!
i want somebody to create things with and not like in a romantic way like i want somebody that will write scripts w/ me and make films with me and be the other spark of inspiration and creativity and dedication to the project its so hard to stay in line all by myself ugh
Here is an image I found on where natural highlights are on men and women, a perfect reference for beginning drag kings and queens like me.
guys this is a lifesaver for cosplay! espECIALLY if you’re doing troll/painted up cosplay and want to blend to make your features actually stand out no matter what gender the character you’re cosplaying is
sext: Right now there’s this plasma storm brewing in the Horsehead Nebula. Fires are burning ten million miles wide. I could fly the Tardis right into the heart of it then ride the shock wave all the way out. Hurtle right across the sky and end up anywhere.
a fairytale were a young girl is kidnapped and forced to marry a demon king and instead of being like no! never! shes like fine as long as i get to help you destroy and hes like lol cool but soon shes doing a bit too much and her husband king is like okay enough power and shes like bye see you in the dungeon and hes like what and hes dragged away cause now everyone is more loyal to her and she reigns over the underworld and the surface world with a cold iron fist
Better yet she gets married to a demon queen and they rule together as dark lesbian overlords
Wicked is structured like a queer 1950s Rodgers and Hammerstein musical. It follows many narratological and musical conventions of the “golden age musical” but places two women as the central couple. Like the heterosexual couples of mid-twentieth-century musicals, Glinda and Elphaba begin as enemies and competitors, as opposites in voice and temperament. Constructed as a butch- femme couple, they eventually merge vocally through the show’s numerous duets. By the end, they express their love for one another and promise eternal commitment in “For Good,” as they sing, “Who can say if I’ve been changed for the better? Because I knew you, I have been changed for good.” In this duet, they cross voice parts: Glinda sings alto, Elphaba sings soprano, and they finish the song together on middle C. Wicked’s very project is double divadom.