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So… in order to push Hook as the nanny/”father figure” they had to:


a) kill the kid’s actual dad
b) have his mother, the one that raised him, forgotten by him
c) completely push his grandparents out of the picture (remember how Charming was his “father figure” teaching Henry how to sword-fight?), because obviously is more probable for Henry to not question why to hang around a stranger with a hook, rather than a lovely couple.

Maybe it’s just me, but I think that if you have to destroy pretty much what you’ve been building for almost 3 seasons in order to push something else, then maybe it’s not worth it? Maybe it’s just wrong? Maybe it’s just too much forced?

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— 3 days ago with 580 notes
#preach  #ouat →


The thing is, Regina could’ve just gave Emma the memories of Henry and her being safe. Sorta like the curse, the storybrooke residents just popped up there and they have no recollection of how those memories formed; they’re just there. When Graham began to remember and asked Mary Margaret how they met, she drifted off with ‘…I don’t know.’ because that’s how the curse worked. Regina could’ve did that to Emma and Henry. Just have the knowledge that she’s his mom and he her son, them safe from Pan, and that’s it. 

But no. 

Regina implanted memories. Tangible memories of growing up with him. All the firsts that Emma always wanted. His first walk, his first steps, a life full of love. 

And Regina did it for nothing. Nothing in return. Just for Henry and Emma to be loved by each other. She gave Emma a gift, but also Henry. A gift of love without any complications. Without any questioning if his mother loved him. No monsters besides the normal imaginary ones under his bed as a child. Free of the memories of eating cursed turnovers, of nearly dying countless times, of being kidnapped. Just happiness. 

This is how you character development. 

This is how you otp. 


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— 4 months ago with 1209 notes
#preach  #ouat  #otp: team badass 



really tho straight guys will go on and on about how uncomfortable it makes them when gay guys hit on them but lets be fucking honest how many times have u seen a guy continue to hit on another guy after hes visibly uncomfortable vs. how many times a straight guy has continued to hit on a girl after shes visibly uncomfortable 

This needs more notes

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— 5 months ago with 308532 notes
#preach  #but we all know entitlement and privilege don't exist right?  #yeeeeah 


The human body has 7 trillion nerves and some people manage to get on every single fucking one of them

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— 5 months ago with 474560 notes
two female characters:share a deep and loving friendship, kiss, flirt, die/fight for each other.
fandom:yeah but shouldn't jump to conclusions! you're reading too much into it! why do people want to see lesbians everywhere jeez. their friendship is beautiful as it is.
two male characters:share the same room with other characters
— 5 months ago with 36630 notes


"not every show needs queer characters"

well not every show needs 25 straight white carbon copies of the same characters from every other show ever aired in the history of television yet here we are with ten thousand of you on tv and one of me if I’m lucky

how dare you eat a feast, throw me a bone while I’m starving, and then tell me to be happy that I’m finally equal to you you spoiled entitled brat

— 5 months ago with 83037 notes
"she was special and unique because unlike other girls she read a book and drank a tea and didnt talk about a clothes"
— 6 months ago with 232331 notes
A Plucky Heroine In Need Of Banter: lolatmra: obani: Saying misandry isn’t bad or isn’t a problem is like... →



Saying misandry isn’t bad or isn’t a problem is like saying that just because there are more red bricks than black bricks in the world, getting a black brick thrown at you won’t hurt.

No, that’s not even close to accurate. Your analogy is so far from making sense…

— 6 months ago with 12549 notes


If a 16 year old would want to adopt a child no one would give it to her because she isn’t 21 yet or not an adult or maybe too irresponsible.

So if a 16 year old is so irresponsible and not an adult yet so she wouldn’t even be allowed to adopt a child, then why would the government force her to get that child even though she might not want it?

Let’s talk about how logical the bill against abortion is now

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— 7 months ago with 225432 notes