He averted my gaze and was quiet for a moment. “You’re ruining me.”
I placed a sole kiss on his Adam’s Apple. “No, I’m saving you.”
Today, one year ago, on July 12th, 2011 Demi Lovato released her first single after spending 3 months in treatment because of emotional and physical issues. Skyscraper became #1 on iTunes and is the most successfull song in Demi’s carreer. But this song also was the beginning of Demi’s comeback - happier, healthier and better than ever! It’s the anthem for millions of people to stay strong and helps them to rise above their issues. And Demi may not have written this song, but she made it to that what it is. 1-Year-Anniversary of Skyscraper.
Well, getting behind the camera is something I’ve always wanted to get involved with. Ever since I was doing movies like ‘Zathura’ I was very interested in all the different jobs on set and kind of soaking all the information up like a sponge.
But there has never been anything remotely like Kurt Hummel in television history. Oh, there have been characters similar to him – Wilson Cruz’s Rickie from My So-Called Life comes to mind – but Kurt isn’t just a character. He’s a phenomenon.
Harvey Milk once said that the most important thing we as gay people can do is to come out, because people find it much harder to hate us and discriminate against us when they realize that they have a friend or family member who is one of us.
Kurt has become “one of the family” for hundreds of thousands of young people and, as far as I can tell from hanging out on Tumblr, their parents, too. Glee has taken us into Kurt’s life, and into his family. We’ve watched his relationship with his father grow and change, seen him struggle with a creepy unrequited crush, seen him stand up to a student who was bullying him, and we’ve seen him fall in love.
No…please…no more…please…I can’t take this cuteness…her face when she asks him if he’s okay…and then when she touches his shoulder…*rewatches gif*…yeah, just like that…
IT’S TOO MUCH.