Slash writer with a passion for angst, submission is fine - dominance is better; graphic maker, football crazy (FC Bayern forever), TVholic, Music fanatic, lazy commenter, poetry lover, book addict, happily married, twitter crazy; with an absurd faith in human kind but great disapointment in society.

Current Fandom obsessions include: Hawaii-Five-O, The originals, The 100, The walking dead, Defiance, Dr. Who, True Detective, Fargo, Hannibal, Stargate, Orphan Black and many, many, more.

 

…well, truth is, looking at him all angry and messed up, makes me definitely NOT angry.

…well, truth is, looking at him all angry and messed up, makes me definitely NOT angry.

Okay, one more but ugh, that guy is just so frickin’ gorgeous.

Okay, one more but ugh, that guy is just so frickin’ gorgeous.

Okay, last gif for today but he’s just too fucking hot.

Okay, last gif for today but he’s just too fucking hot.

I was in the mood for creating an uplifting gif.

I was in the mood for creating an uplifting gif.

For some reason the caps screamed for a slash related gif. Couldn’t help myself.

For some reason the caps screamed for a slash related gif. Couldn’t help myself.

Supernatural Opinion

Quite frankly I don’t get the outrage considering the women in that series. It’s a show about guys and it’s a show mainly for girls. I stopped watching not by the lack of female characters but the absolute stupid handling of female characters. I rather say, don’t use them because that’s better than what the writers are doing with them. My husband used to love the show by the way. Back when it was really about two brothers (now it’s about Angels and what not) in a cool car hunting evil supported by awesome tunes. We stopped because the writing was just getting ridiclious (how many times can you sacrifice a character without making them idiotic?) and the coolness became rather winey. However I absolutely accept the massive Fandom behind the show. It’s impressive. But don’t look for feminism in a CW Show about two handsome boys and supernatural stuff. Seriously, my husband loves strong female characters and trust me there are a lot of those around on screen. Speaking as a woman I don’t want a quote to be fullfilled. If someone writes a strong female character, kudos but stop it with the demanding. Stories should be written like the writers want them to be written regardless of a characters gender or skin color. If anyone doesn’t like it, simply don’t watch. But stop and look for supposed problems when there are women in the real world suffering and neither of them cares about a little show on TV. That is certainly not the problem.