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this is how I would doctor

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So I showed Frozen to my boyfriend and I decided to share the brilliant commentary he made during the movie…

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This is probably going to be my Brother-in-law right here oh my god

me and this guy could be bestfriends

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Lake Street Dive - I Want You Back

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Lake Street Dive – I Want You Back (Jackson 5 cover)

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Janelle Monáe - I Want You Back

“Ever since NBC announced it was taking on DC Comics’ character of snarky John Constantine, aka Hellblazer, some fans have wondered: Will the broadcast TV version played by Matt Ryan this fall be bisexual like in the comics? When asked about this at the Television Critics Association’s semi-annual press tour Sunday, executive producer Daniel Cerone ran down the various editions of the character that have existed since the demon fighter was introduced in 1985 to suggest his sexuality is not a crucial aspect of the character (nearly all of the character’s relationships in the comics have been with women). “In those comic books, John Constantine aged in real time,” he said. “Within this tome of three decades [of comics] there might have been one or two issues where he’s seen getting out of bed with a man. So [maybe] 20 years from now? But there are no immediate plans.””

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From ‘Constantine’ team on why NBC character isn’t bisexual, smoking cigarettes on Entertainment Weekly

Disclaimer: Opinions expressed in the linked article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of Emma, Jessi, or any other contributor at genretvforall.

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What I’m getting from this is that because he’s had fewer relationships with men than women, it means that his attraction to men is less a part of him than his attraction to women, which is why they have no problem cutting it out!

You know, it is exactly that type of reasoning that results in people believing that bisexuality doesn’t exist, that bisexuals are faking it, that bisexuals are liars, and this results in alienation and erasure of bisexual individuals.

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Why am I even vaguely surprised. Looks like I won’t be watching it.

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I’ll still be watching but…

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