do you ever have a conversation and think “I am not heterosexual enough for this”
Well, they’re not actually married.
Doing this on the gifset with permission from amonovalis even though it kind of pains me.
I desperately want more of Stef and Lena’s early years. Because even as someone who is so much like Lena, who processes things internally and isn’t always forthcoming with how I feel, I just cannot imagine how they got to this point where Stef thinks being married isn’t important and Lena obviously thinks it is. Lena’s body language is so tight and rigid through this whole conversation. She is so uncomfortable because Stef obviously doesn’t know how she feels about it and I just… I just can’t figure out how you spend ten years of your life with someone, enter a domestic partnership with someone, and don’t know how the other feels about this. It’s obvious that Lena was the one not fully communicating her needs/wants. But they’ve obviously talked about it because she says Stef doesn’t believe in gay marriage and Stef says “That’s just not important to us.” As if they’ve come to that conclusion together. So I want to know, at what point, did Lena just give in? At what point did she stop telling Stef what she wanted and accept that if she wanted Stef, if she wanted their life together, she would have to give up her dream of marriage? AND since we know Stef tends to give Lena absolutely everything that Lena wants that is within her power to give her, how adamant was Stef about it? How very strongly did she feel about this to not be able to see how desperately Lena wished for it? It’s so out of character for Stef not to give Lena something she was completely capable of giving her - even if it was without the wedding and simply a marriage license. I just desperately want all of their history. I want to know every story and every roadblock and every turn of every corner they faced together. I want it all.
You were kinda ganging up on me.
[NEW PHOTOS] Sherri Saum attended the People StyleWatch Denim Event on September 18, 2014 (X)
A ship and an otp are two totally different things. A ship is something that you think about every once in a while that makes you smile for a bit and then you don’t think about it again for a week or so. An otp is something that makes you sob for hours on end as you stay up until 3 in the morning reading fanfiction as you lie in your bed in a puddle of your own tears contemplating you life choices.
Just ahead of her debut release, Heart on My Sleeve, Mary Lambert announced that she’s taking on her very first headlining tour. Kicking off October 10th in Toronto, and hitting cities in both Canada and The US, the singer-songwriter is very excited for this adventure, following her success with ‘Same Love’ last summer.
Can’t wait? We can’t either - See all the tour information here!
Oct. 10 – Toronto, Ontario, Adelaide Hall
Oct. 11 – Montreal, Quebec, La Vitrola
Oct. 17 – Albany, N.Y., College Of Saint Rose
Oct. 19 – Cambridge, Mass., The Sinclair
Oct. 22 – Philadelphia, Pa., North Star Bar
Oct. 23 – Washington, D.C., U Street Music Hall
Oct. 24 – Durham, N.C., Motorco Music Hall
Oct. 25 – Clearwater, Fla., Capitol Theatre
Oct. 27 – Atlanta, Ga., The Loft At Center Stage
Oct. 28 – Nashville, Tenn., Mercy Lounge
Oct. 29 – Columbus, Ohio, A & R Music Bar
Nov. 1 – Minneapolis, Minn., Fine Line Music Cafe
Nov. 2 – Omaha, Neb., The Waiting Room
Nov. 3 – Kansas City, Mo., The Record Bar
Nov. 5 – Denver, Colo., Bluebird Theater
Nov. 7 – Salt Lake City, Utah, The Complex
Nov. 9 – Mesa, Ariz., Club Red
Nov. 13 – Boise, Idaho, Knitting Factory Concert House
Nov. 15 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Rio Theatre
Don’t see your city? Don’t fret! The “Secrets” singer tweet-hinted at more shows, TBA!