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lizinprogress:

Oh Blaine, my heart is breaking for you SO BADLY.

New York and growing up is hard for him in a way that wasn’t for Kurt. Where Kurt found the freedom to spread his wings (the ones he always knew were there), Blaine is finding himself a much smaller fish in a much bigger pond, and it is hitting him in every single one of his insecure places.

Watching him this season has been FASCINATING.

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flamingmuse:

The strength in Kurt’s gaze and body language and the insecurity in Blaine’s…

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nadiacreek:

marauder-in-warblerland:

omg Mercedes sees a million romantic candles all over every surface of the apartment, and immediately thinks GOD DAMNIT BLAINE NOT AGAIN. 

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Just Five Things about 5x16

sothinky:

  1. Lots of nighttime scenes in this episode, which I liked. Lots of conversations and dinners in softly lit spaces, when finally people are together after going through their days.
  2. Oh Blaine. But hey: he’s pretty articulate about everything he’s feeling while munching on those…

Random things about Glee 5.16

lettersfromtitan:

1. So yeah, remember when it was apparently absurd to think this episode might have something to do with STD or HIV testing? And Eli C. came up and Kurt and Blaine noted that testing is the reasonable adult thing to do?

The episode never mentioned AIDS by name, but Ryan…

Tested: First thoughts through Klaine goggles

marauder-in-warblerland:

  • Can we please talk about Blaine’s gender politics? Not Glee’s, Blaine’s. That early monologue directly linked strength with a specific kind of masculinity that wasn’t capable with “singing the part of Rizzo” in Grease.
  • New!Kurt has male friends, doesn’t need…

lettersfromtitan:

stultiloquentia:

azephirin:

I am a woman. I am a practicing attorney. I am the only woman in my office over the age of 35 who doesn’t color her hair. I have some gray, but not a lot yet, and I never seriously considered coloring my hair until this job. I don’t want to: it’s expensive and a pain in the ass to keep up. About a year ago, I was in court, and a female attorney walked in with curly, bobbed, naturally gray hair, and her mere act of publicly displaying her natural hair color seemed not just unusual but defiant. Meanwhile many men in my office and in the courts have gray hair, and I doubt anyone thinks twice about it.

Same in my office.  I’ve got a lot of grey, still mostly hiding under a solidly brown top layer, but I’ve got no plans to dye.  My mother’s silver is gorgeous.

My grey is coming in a bright, shocking silver, if it weren’t, I might be less into it, but I’m into it.

I like the all-gray look, but the it’s hell just having a few grays.

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