Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Someboy, Jun 15, 2015.
you have so many too.
It was this big.
"I don't like fags."
Shit you overhear on a cross country train.
Or they could just affirm that Gaston is homosexual and that's the root of his apparent male chauvinism: avoiding the busty blonde triplets with whom he knows he could never perform sexually; the desperation for a lavender marriage with the independent, bookish Belle, who prizes emotion and intellect over sexuality, and therefore would never pose a threat of outing him; the obsession with male beauty and masculinity; the homoeroticism of him thrusting out his hairy chest in Disney's actual first exclusively gay moment...
I love Kellyanne Conway.
Why did I expect this to end with a @Rommers-ian "yas STAB me"
Making Lefou gay also damages Gaston's reputation of being ridiculously charming and manipulative, because now he's just another admirer alongside those busty blondes as opposed to a sidekick willing to do whatever Gaston wants to impress him and make himself feel important.
Cogsworth really is the true gay icon.
I remember reading a great inspection of Gaston's gay-coding a year ago before the hype train for this adaptation got rolling and it was fascinating, stuff I'd never even clocked. But also, Disney would never.
I too, was too young for Steps.
You know who'd make a brilliant album with Jack Antonoff other than Lorde?
I don't know what this is. Should I google?
the king of #masc4masc
I drove nearly 300 miles (lord knows how many Kilometers, baby steps) yesterday across Australia with my cat from Hawaii (yes my C-A-T not a typo of "car" like people apparently keep assuming) got him settled in to our Airbnb, then bottle-fed a wallaby called Jason. Follow this, you terms of endearments.
thanks but painful
What, so we're Debra Winger's dying of cancer and making film watchers ugly-cry for eternity?
Thanks for reminding me about this vine:
Y'all in here keep constantly going on and on about Steps as though they're some irrelevant nobodies. And yet they've been brought up on the last 100 pages of this thread.
makes u think
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