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Haiku, Eliza Kane (via nevver)

This is absolutely beautiful


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the little 5 year old girl I babysit


me: What you do think about the princess marrying another princess?
her: Instead of the prince?
me: Instead of the prince
her: So her daughter would have two mommies?
me: Yes
her: two princess mommies...
me:
her:
me:
her: fabulous
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ellosteph:

GAYS GET KICKED OUT OF FRATERNITY 

This type of homophobia is never acceptable 

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What is your ideal rainy day?


  • cuddling
  • old movies
  • harry potter
  • books
  • tea/hot chocolate
  • making out. 
02:26 pm, question from Anonymous, answered by ellosteph 231
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I would LOVE to hear your thoughts about lesbian representation in musical theatre (or lack thereof, really....)


Oh goodness I can go on about this for quite some time. As for lesbian characters and roles, there aren’t many out there. The most notable lesbian characters in a musical are Maureen and Joanne from RENT, and they were only supporting characters. As for lesbian actresses in musical theatre, once again not many come to mind. Maybe lesbians don’t feel as if they have a place in musical theatre, maybe they just don’t have a passion for it. I really don’t know. I do have a handful of friends who are lesbians and musical theatre majors, but once again that is only a handful. I really do think it has to do with societal views, which is another topic entirely (once  again I really can go into a huge rant about this lol). 
In the BFA musical theatre program at my university I am the only lesbian in the entire program, and I’m ok with that. My class is extremely supportive, and have only had positive things to say when I would inform them about my past relationships. Even the other day in my Acting III class my professor directed me to grab my male partner’s crotch, and well….I was not aware how sensitive guys were down there to say the least (I am not familiar with that type of equipment at all haha). My classmates just laughed with me, and told me that I did a great job. They’re there for me when I put myself into situations I am not so familiar with, they get excited for me when I’m excited about someone. I think the more openly gay women there are in musical theatre, the more gay women will feel comfortable putting themselves out there. 

01:11 pm, question from Anonymous, answered by ellosteph 42

you have no idea how much you saved my life <3


You have no idea how much that means to me <3 

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