Ok, so I don't mean this sarcastically, or in a subtext kind of way, I actually mean it in a I-believe-the-character-is-played-like-this kind of way. And here's four things that prove it: 1) The profound bond thing: It may not have been intentional at the beginning, and this line might have been dropped like it was no … Continue reading Proving that Castiel is -actually- in love with Dean
I've been asked many times why I write about gay guys while I'm a bisexual woman in a relationship with another woman. My preference about writing about guys seems weird both to guys and girls and, honestly, I found very difficult to understand why until I tried to get exactly what I like about gay male … Continue reading Why do I write about gay guys?
First off I have to say that I watch Supernatural every week and that it’s one of my favorite shows, so I’m at least a little bit biased about this. Even so, I think that people who claim that Supernatural is queerbating its audience are being unfair, or they just don't know what they're talking … Continue reading Supernatural & queerbaiting
A couple of years ago, a cousin of mine said: “I have a lot of gay friends. You know, they are very nice once they’ve accepted you in their circle, they take you to parties and they are so sensitive. But family? Well, that's out of discussion. I mean, how could they think they'd … Continue reading Changing minds
Today, during my Constitutional Rights class, we talked about the “new generation rights” or, in other words, the rights that aren't written in the Italian Constitution, but have become fundamental for our jurisdictional system. We also talked about marriage and adoption rights for gay couples. In case you didn't know it, the Italian Parliament is … Continue reading What’s right
The other day I tried to talk to a lesbian about How to get away with murder: huge mistake. I: I love Connor and Oliver: they are the best couple on the show. L: But they are gay. I: So? L: (incredulous) So they are gay, and they are in an established relationship, while the … Continue reading Happy to be unhappy
We live in a straight world. I'm not complaining, it's just a fact. Living in a straight world means that people tend to assume that you are straight even when you look pretty gay, and obviously that results in coming out again and again. What got me thinking is the fact that the only reason I … Continue reading Awkward gayness
“Look, if you’re bisexual that means that you’re both into men and women, right? So that means that you’re choosing to be with a woman. That’s stupid. Why are you trying to complicate your own life?”. Let’s all together count the number of bullshit statements that a single person is able to utter in one simple … Continue reading Why would a bi girl choose to be with a woman
I feel like I’m always complaining - and I don't like that - but I do have to vent about this. I like watching TV and I like movies. That’s why whenever I find a storyline with LGBT characters I get really excited and want to watch it. Sometimes I go to the movies and pay … Continue reading Gay tragedies
G&T is an Italian webseries and, before you ask, no, it doesn’t talk about how awful it is to be gay in Italy, it’s not a docu-fiction about the state of the works in Rimini and it’s not a soup of stereotypes and ostrich feathers either. G&T talks about feelings (not only, but especially), and … Continue reading G&T: watch it!