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  2. What Are You Listening To At The Moment?

    Simi - love don't care
  3. What Are You Listening To At The Moment?

    Tyler ward - Try (pink cover)
  4. Coming out

    Aiit, thanks for the observation though
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  6. Wynonna Earp

    You thought well😊. I've seen parts of the movie and it was really interesting. Although, I don't really like serical (err... I know it's seasonal. Serical is found in "my own" dictionary. Lol) movies, I would make out time for this movie.
  7. Which Would You Prefer?

  8. What Are You Listening To At The Moment?

    Magnito ft patoranking - As I get money ehn!
  9. Which Would You Prefer?

    I'd rather go for a known one, that would, be of course, my remarkably intelligent and broad -minded friend.. I have even told him, he'd father my kid, and he's cool with it.. He may not be actively involved in our child's formative years or upbringing , but I just want to point to him when my child demands answers about his/her paternal lineage. Even though, I'm gay, and want to be a parent, my child deserves every right to know, who their father is, And I am so not going to hoard or take away that from him/her.
  10. Wynonna Earp

    haha, you should see me now, following their fan arts up and down, cuz i'm thirsty lol you're welcome
  11. Wynonna Earp

    maybe 5, 7...because there was a build up in relationship through out most of the season, before one flirted her way into the other's heart lol
  12. What Are You Listening To At The Moment?

    Magnito - if I get money eh?!
  13. kimi

    I want to see beautiful lights tonight... and I know just where to find them.

  14. Coming out

    You always ask the questions, and not actively participate in the discussions. Why not give a head start on a next count?
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  16. What Are You Listening To At The Moment?

    Heaven (SuSu) - Banky W..... On replay. Focus - Humblesmith
  17. What Are You Listening To At The Moment?

    Andra day-rise up Rachel platten-fight song Alessia Cara -here
  18. Wynonna Earp

    I just got wet seeing that gif of Waverly making out with the hot cop. Shiiit. Why now, you want to introduce me to more hot celebs to stalk on social media. I'm definitely going to see this. Thanks for sharing.
  19. Wynonna Earp

    Wow.. Thanks chrmd..this would keep me busy tonight. But.. How many episodes has their romantic scenes? It's all I am interested in. Same reason I watched super girl inspite of the fact that I am not a sci fi fan.
  20. Which Would You Prefer?

    Lol. Several sources Confirms This. I cannot Deny.
  21. What Are You Listening To At The Moment?

    Mafikizolo - Kucheza
  22. Wynonna Earp

    I read this article and decided to give the series a chance, and it is the best decision i've made today. thought I'd share, maybe someone might enjoy watching it too lol
  23. Which Would You Prefer?

    It's official mi Lady, you are cray..
  24. Wynonna Earp

    picture this: you've had a surprisingly rough childhood, your sister was killed by demons and you accidentally shot your own dad. You managed to escape the small town where you grew up, only to be dragged back for your uncle's funeral just in time to turn 27 and realize your family curse. Sounds like fun, right? Here's the gist: Way back in the day, about 150 years ago, the lawman and gunslinger Wyatt Earp had a curse put on his family. When he died, all 77 of the outlaws he killed would come back from the dead as demons and it was up to his descendants to dispatch them once again, starting the year they turn 27. If the current heir dies before ridding the Ghost River Triangle of all 77 Revenants, the process will start all over when the next heir turns 27. Wynonna Earp is the heir. She thinks she's come back to Purgatory (the town, not the place between heaven and hell, though …) to say goodbye to a beloved uncle, but when she gets home she's welcomed by her 27th birthday and the return of the Earp curse. Does that sound awesome? Because I promise you that it's awesome. This show is full of cursin' and drinkin' and shootin' and just plain bad-ass bein' and those are just the ladies. Do you need more reasons to log into Netflix and binge the first season? I can give you more reasons. So. Much. Girl Power. I've already mentioned that the show features some awesome female characters but I don't think I've properly sold you on just how many there are - and their level of awesomeness. This show is packed with awesome women for you to fall in love with - and a few dudes too. First, of course, there's Wynonna herself, the black sheep of not only her family but the entire town of Purgatory. Coming home isn't an easy thing for Wynonna to do and staying to fight demons and break her family curse certainly doesn't make it any easier. Wynonna, to her credit, really couldn't care less what the other residents of Purgatory think of her. She has a job to do and as long as her little sister still loves her, that's really all she needs to get by. Well, that, Wyatt's magic demon-killing gun, Peacemaker, and a whole lot of booze. The brains of the operation are Wynonna's little sister, Waverly, a whip-smart, firecracker of a woman who would really like it if you would stop underestimating her now. She may be small but she be fierce, and while she may not be the Earp heir, it's her family curse too. Waverly's thoughtfulness and intelligence are the perfect foil to Wynonna's hotheaded approach to wiping all of Wyatt's revenants off the face of the Earth, and as the first season progresses she quickly grows into a more confident young woman. Helping out with Waverly's transformation - and protecting Purgatory from demons even if she doesn't realize that's what she's doing - is Officer Nicole Haught. Nicole is loyal, brave, forthright, and she's not taking any of your crap, thank you very much. Also, she's a lesbian, and she makes Waverly very uncomfortable when they first meet. The show isn't just female-focused in front of the camera, it extends behind it as well. Wynonna Earp was created by Emily Andras, who previously served as a writer and executive producer on Lost Girl, another female-focused fantasy drama. Wynonna Earp has Waverly. The difference, though, is that both the show and its characters are very well aware of the fact that Waverly is a much better choice for the Earp heir than Wynonna. Waverly actually says it, out loud, very early on in the series. She's spent her life trying to build up the knowledge and skills needed to figure out who the revenants are and wipe them off the planet. She has endless research on Wyatt and his outlaws. The only thing she's missing is the title and all the fancy powers - and enemies - that come with it. WayHaught is #relationshipgoals Speaking of choices, one of the choices the show makes very early on strongly resonated with fans, and for very good reason. In the second episode, the show introduces us to Officer Haught, who I already mentioned is an out lesbian, and who has her eyes on one Waverly Earp. Waverly may be dating her high school sweetheart at the time, but she's not trying too hard to rebuff the advances of the attractive cop, and eventually, the two begin a beautiful romance. Gay characters and relationships, especially lesbian ones, are slowly becoming familiar territory on television. Genre television is probably the most common place to find these stories too, so Wynonna Earpdoesn't get a cookie just for throwing it's LGBT fans a bone, no matter how pretty that bone may be. What does get them points is the way they handle that story and that relationship. Where it shines is in the comparison to other similar stories on other shows, and boy does it shine. The show never exploits their lesbian relationship for shock value or queer baiting, rather choosing to invest in it over the course of the season, like you would any other relationship. They also never force some grand struggle or coming out arch on Waverly, which is refreshing in a world where coming out stories are almost all we see. It's completely straightforward. Nicole is gay, she likes Waverly, Waverly likes her, they smush their faces together and talk about their feelings and it's perfect. Of course, the greatest part of this relationship isn't just its existence, but the way the writers use both if and Nicole herself to comment on some of the biggest issues facing queer characters today. Namely, the issue of Bury Your Gays, which saw the death of dozens of lesbians on television just last year. Source
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