The Flower is Blooming

Haaaay guys.

I love Supernatural, Teen Wolf, Hannibal, Star Trek, Torchwood, Sherlock, The Hobbit, Buffy, Glee, Destiel, anime, Zachary Quinto, Rooney Mara, John Barrowman, John Green, and just a lot of people with the name John.

I told you. All the men in my life die.
I’m not a man in your life, okay? You said so yourself. I’m a little shitpot.

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Name: Sophia
Nickname: Sophie (is that even a nickname?), Soph
Location: Somewhere…in these United States
Age: 17
Height: 5 foot 9
Any pets: 3 super fat cats
Favorite thing about yourself: my personality/determination
Worst habit: I rub my hands/arms when I’m nervous
Fun fact: I’m left-handed!

Identity, Sexuality & Personality

Gender identity: female, yo
Sexual preference: I dun give a shit
Romantic preference: Same
"Kinsey Scale" score: 3 (do people even still use this thing anymore?)
Relationship status: single
Myers/Briggs type: INFP
Hogwarts house: Officially sorted as Ravenclaw, but I identify with Hufflepuff


"Early Bird" or "Night Owl": Both!! 
Morning routine: Hate myself, shower, eat, hate myself some more
Bath or shower: shower
First thought in a morning: "Oh no not again"
Last thought before falling asleep at night: "I need to stop being an idiot and staying up until one o’ clock every night"


Do you work or are you a student: student
Where do you work/study: high school
What do you do: pretend to know things
Where do you see yourself in 5 years: college, hopefully med school

Habits (Do you … )

Drink: no
Smoke: nope 
Do Drugs: no
Exercise: yes
Have a go-to comfort food: home-made mac and cheese
Have a nervous habit: the thing that was mentioned above

What is your favorite … ?

Physical quality (in yourself): eyes

In Others: hair, eyes, eyebrows
Mental/emotional quality (in yourself): I’m usually really good at making rational decisions, and whenever I really want to do something to improve myself, I push myself into doing it
Food: pasta/pizza
Animal: ALL
Artist/Band/Group: Haim, MCR, Panic! at the Disco
Author/Poet: don’t really have one, there’s tons of great authors out there
TV Show: SPN, Teen Wolf, Parks and Rec, Scandal
Actor/Actress: Lupita Nyong’o, Zoe Saldana, Lee Pace

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This is the best thing on the internet.

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I’ve posted this before but this gives me strength when I have none


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Think about some of the non-canonically supported ships that you know. Mycroft and Lestrade have been in one scene together in all nine episodes of Sherlock, but Mystrade is a huge ship. In Teen Wolf, Stiles and Derek are constantly shipped together, despite sharing very few canon scenes. Meanwhile, Allison and Lydia, who are getting a lot of screentime together this season, have barely five hundred fics on AO3. (Sterek has about twenty thousand.) I don’t mean to disparage one ship or the other—what I’m curious about is why fandom seems to have latched onto the male ship over the female one.

This disinterest in female sexuality can be seen even in everyday examples from our culture: female rape scenes in movies are okay, but female pleasure is not allowed; girls are taught that their first time having sex should hurt, because the person who gets pleasure out of sex is the man; there’s even been controversy over lesbian erotica being “too racy” to sell well, although gay erotica seems to do just fine. This focus on male pleasure over female pleasure can even be found throughout history: early translators of the poet Sappho, a woman who loved both sexes, deliberately changed the pronouns in the poems so that Sappho was waxing poetic about a man, not a woman. Culturally, the male gaze rules supreme—if a lesbian scene isn’t written by and performed for a male consumer, it most likely would not exist.

And yet fanfiction is an inherently transformative work which, by its very nature, strives to address or change some flaw that exists in canon, even if that flaw is “why isn’t there more of this thing?!” Fanfiction has addressed the lack of gay men by making straight characters gay; it’s addressed countless cultural misappropriations with wildly varying AUs; it’s addressed canon plot holes and timeline issues with fix-it fics and crossovers. Fanfic is the show your show could be like, if only you dared to dream.

But for all its transformative nature, fanfiction and fandom still suffer from a real dearth of femslash. Beyond the simple fact that very few girls exist in canon materials, the societal emphasis on the male gaze seems to have affected fanficcers’ creativity to such an extent that even in our own fantasies, we cannot give women a fair shake.

Femslash and Fandom (via alchemy)

I don’t think this is true - or at least it’s only a tiny part of a much wider picture. I think a lot of women simply find the idea of 2 guys together hot. Also, that they don’t want another woman in the mix with the guys they are shipping. And there’s the enjoyment of manipulating men into fictional situations that please the *female* gaze, viewing them erotically in a way they aren’t presented on the shows we enjoy.

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