Ann Blyth in a publicity photo for Our Very Own (1950)
Si, maldita tú *pshht mi magia potagia te ha naldecido*
Why does this not have like a zillion notes?!
if someone wants to have lots of sex, cool!!!!!!!
if someone doesnt want to have any sex, cool!!!!!!!!
if someone wants to take naked pictures, cool!!!!!!!
if someone doesnt want to take naked pictures, cool!!!!!!!
if someone wants to wear revealing clothing, cool!!!!!!!
if someone wants to wear covering clothing, cool!!!!!!!!
who the hell cares!!!!!!!!! it’s not affecting you!!!!!!!!!
”Now on a personal level, I was so proud of this because, and I didn’t know this. The gentleman who played the other Captain Jack actually said to me afterwards, he said ”you know”, because he was in tears he was crying, and I said are you okay? Have i done something? Did I do a James Marsters? Did I slip you a little tongue? And he went ‘no no’ and he started laughing, and he said ”im actually, im overwhelmed because, i want you to know, what you’re doing as a show, as a character is absolutely wonderful for all of us out here you know watching you, because my brother committed suicide a few years back, because he couldn’t deal with it, and society wouldn’t allow who he was, and he took his own life, and for me to stand here and play a character that represents who my brother was, is an honor for me, but also it means my brothers life wasn’t lived in any sort of vain, or his death wasn’t anything meaningless” and I had no clue, so for me as the actor for that episode, that was one of the most touching moments, but also it made me realize that in every episode from now on, that we’re not only telling stories we’re actually impacting peoples lives with the messages that we can put across. As we do, were making a difference. And that is why the episode ‘Captain Jack Harkness’, is probably one of the most important episodes to me.” - John Barrowman
Good evening. My name is crash. These are the boys.