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Fan Bing Bing 

Fan Bing Bing 

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X-Men: First Class (2011)

X-Men: First Class (2011)

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teachingliteracy:

christophergomez:
Browsing.  (at Dog Eared Books)

teachingliteracy:

christophergomez:

Browsing.
 (at Dog Eared Books)

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greyeyect2011:

and the next second, Erik was bitten by the-blue-furry-beast.

greyeyect2011:

and the next second, Erik was bitten by the-blue-furry-beast.

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angeldustmt:

Requested by Anonymous

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Fan: So I was just wondering, this is specifically about Cosima and Felix and, like, queer representation in the media. You kind of already got some positive feedback about Cosima, but I’m wondering, like, what other type of feedback you got and if the queer community’s something you keep in mind when creating those characters.

JG: Yeah, um, actually that’s a really interesting question because, from the LGBT community, the reaction to Felix was brilliant. Um, I did receive a couple of little things from the straight community, actually. Where they felt he was a bit of an ugly stereotype. And he—um, he was a bit of a cliche, over the top, blah blah blah…and my response to that has always been this…

JG: So, I feel that Felix…[CROWD BEGINS CLAPPING] I-I just don’t know when, as a society, in television and film it sort of only became okay to represent gay people in, like, the traditional sense. Where they have a great job and well-adjusted parents and maybe a surrogate, or adopted, child. Like, when was that the only way you could represent gay people…

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sherolck:

Green Apple Book Store - San Francisco, CA

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andatsea:

West winds down.

andatsea:

West winds down.

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