You don’t have to protect me, I’m not afraid. Please don’t shut me out again, please don’t slam the door, you don’t have to keep your distance anymore. ‘Cause for the first time in forever, I finally understand. For the first time in forever, we can fix this hand in hand.
JAZ IS SO PRETTY AND SO SWEET AND SO FAR AWAY FROM ME *sobs loudly*
oh, also, you know… her blog is wonderful and all that jazz
*sings softly* laura, I looooove you
everyone go wish tumblr user sara officerjj a happy birthday because she is awesome and could probably tell you whippersnappers a few stories.
marius x enjolras (fixed)
I’m glad Elementary shows the sexism women face. Joan Watson has been insulted, belittled, and underestimated numerous times. And each time she is shown to be a boss, a role model, more than capable at handling anything thrown at her without being portrayed as a bitch. She handles these situations by calling people out on their B.S., and continues on her way. She’s done this with Gregson, Sherlock, Moriarty, and many minor characters.
Lucy Liu is amazing, and I love that Joan Watson does not just brush off or accept these subtle sexist aggressions. She calls people out and is a boss with her words and actions while maintaining professionalism.
Slang: Victorian English
magical courfairyrac?? WOW that might just bring world peace
thank you sweetie ; u ;
*sends hugs your way*