Bless Disney’s first gay couple.
Charlie’s friend Taylor has two moms in this breaking new episode of Good Luck Charlie! Susan and Cheryl are Disney’s first lesbians. The plot is actually pretty funny for Disney Channel and Cheryl’s character made me laugh. Click here to watch their parts of the episode!
Legit though, the fact that their lesbians makes me so happy. Gay men get everything first on tv.
Awesome! It would have been even better if at least one of them was a POC, but hopefully Disney is on it’s way to having better representation for everyone…now brace yourselves for conservative parents trying to boycott Good Luck Charlie. I’m gonna have to watch it with the girls i babysit every day after school now haha. I already kind of liked Good Luck Charlie for reasons but now it’s even better.
(Source: harrypotterandthechamberofdonuts, via giggle-some-more)
being gay before the invention of lube must have been a pain in the ass
according to my history professor this is actually a huge contributing factor to the popularity of olive oil in Ancient Greece
a sequel to frozen where elsa’s advisors are all imploring her to find a nice prince to marry to be the king consort and elsa just isn’t interested in anyone until the arabian royal family comes to visit to discuss trade arrangements and elsa meets their spunky hijabi daughter who has the power to manipulate fire and heat and falls in love instantly
DISNEY I DARE YOU
I actually think this was pretty responsible. Rather than banning it outright, which would result in kids wanting to rebel even more, she offers it in her home where she can control the amount people drink. Good on ya, Mrs George. You’re a cool mom.
She also offered her daughter a condom when she was hooking up with a guy instead of freaking out and kicking the guy out of the house.
It’s kinda funny how she is simultaneously an out-there parent, yet not a bad one. She might actually understand that her daughter is a anger-ridden teenager who can’t be easily controlled and restricted, so instead of telling her what she can’t do, she tries to guide her to a safer decision. I’m not saying I’m 100% cool with how she executes it, but hey, not a bad parent when you think about it.
next up on tumblr: psychoanalysing the mean girls mother.