Having watched recent episodes of Glee where Santana has been 'outed', it made us remember why the writing in Glee is SO clever and how it really does help redefine stereotypes. For those of you who aren't Gleeks you don't necessarily have to know the weekly on-goings of Britanna for this post to be relevant, but to bring you up to speed (Here's what you missed on Glee):
'I’m a bitch because I’m angry. I’m angry because I have all of these feelings. Feelings for you, that I’m afraid of dealing with because I’m afraid of dealing with the consequences. I want to be with you, but I’m afraid of the talks and the looks. I’m so afraid of what everyone will say behind my back, still I have to accept that I love you. I love you and I don’t want to be with Sam or Finn, or any of those other guys. I just want you.' Moving on to the 'Born This Way' episode, our favourite episode of Glee - although the 'Lebanese' t-shirt was rejected by Santana as it was meant to read 'lesbian', it was a turning point and from then on it's been clear to all that Santana really loves Brittany! That brings us to Season 3 and even though there hasn't been an episode to 'DTR' (define the relationship) Santana is about to be outed in a campaign intended to bring down Sue (the cheerleading coach, resident bitch, one of our fav characters & congress seat hopeful- played by Jane Lynch (an all round AMAZING actress)) and as they say, 'thats what you missed on Glee'!
|True love, no H8|
see our love of Britters HERE) - I think my parents have a hard time because they are so closed off and unwilling to see any good in anything that isn't stereotypically correct- I understand they fear being judged, I just hope one day their love for me becomes more important. Laura and I plan to get married, raise a family (of well behaved kids :) - and it looks like we have a chance, see HERE), get dogs (already named as Nando and Sydney) and live happily ever after. Neither of us may be a Prince but who says we can't have our modern fairytale!
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