Glee Episode 307 Stills: “I Kissed a Girl”
But seriously, THE BRITTANA.
Heather Morris | Fitness Magazine October 2011 (via hemoislove)
…she’s either saying that acting will turn her gay, or her boyfriend will leave her over rumours of her being with Naya Rivera, as far as I can tell. Either way, it’s a ridiculous statement.
Brittana at a summer fair/carnival eating cotton candy.
forgot the cotton candy tho
omg so perfect
Why can’t we get some Glee episodes set in the summer, tho.
I saw a post about Blaine being the standard brought in only gay in the village and can’t find it. I wanted add this to it.
Glee really is amazing. Santana and Brittany are both main characters on the show and will end up together. THIS IS SO RARE. Every time there is a gay character on the show, they always bring some outside person to be their boyfriend or girlfriend and when they break up that other character is gone. The only way they play musical chairs is with guest stars and guest characters. Meanwhile all the straight characters date each other on the show, have multiple partners, and end up with someone who is on the show.
With Glee, Brittany and Santana have not only played musical chairs with most of the cast, but they are two main characters that will end up together. If/When Sam and Kurt happens, that will be two queer relationships on a national prime time television show where the gay characters aren’t stuck with the only gay in the village passing through as a romantic partner syndrome.
I’m all giddy.
Like literally giddy.
If you could see my face right now…ahh
And it’s all because RIB dontcurr about Quotas. Kurt has options.
I know I should be posting this on my Glee blog, but it deserves more than 5 people seeing it. This is why Brittana is so wonderful to me.
“Kurt has options” is my new mantra, also.
based off - Gleenderswap
I’m legit curious about what a male version of Santana and Brittany would actually be like now.
It would be shipped more fervently than Kurt and Blaine and be on the cover of several magazines and the evangelical and conservative assholes would reference it first and foremost when they talked about Glee’s gay agenda.
“Hi,” Brittany says cheerfully, sliding gracefully onto the bench beside Santana. A few heads nod at her in acknowledgement before dropping back into their own discussions, and one boy even gives her a friendly wave.
Santana smiles. “Hey,” she greets warmly, ignoring the stares of some of the first-years who aren’t used to seeing the houses interact with one another. It was strange getting used to, she has to admit; one yellow-and-black striped uniform in the midst of all the green and silver had thrown everybody for a loop in the beginning, and the teachers had to overcome the urge to constantly come over and check for trouble. But over the years Brittany had become somewhat of a welcome guest at the Slytherin table; it was hard to dislike her, and nobody had the will to face Santana’s wrath anyway.
reading glee/hp lesbian crossovers on a thursday night nbd nbd