I normally think Kurt is a fair character. I don’t like him, I don’t dislike him, but in that scene I loathed him. *shrug* Quinn gets too much shit as a character when in reality, she is the most complex character on the entire show, played out brilliantly by an actress with a true talent and gift.
#seriously #i was so angry with the writers for trivializing her experience because in their mind it wasnt nearly as bad as having to be gay #the world didnt stop loving her? #she was kicked out of her own home! #what did your father do when you told him you were gay kurt? #he said you were his son and he’d always love you #so fuck you kurt (writers) for thinking that your pain is so much more poignant and important than hers because youre gay
Not to mention the fact that Kurt has no idea what her sexuality is. He doesn’t know she’s in the closet.He doesn’t get to say that and trivialize her experience, her rape, her pregnancy, her having to go through all of that almost alone. His life has certainly not been easy but that does not mean he gets to demean and deny her experiences.
I don’t hate Kurt at all, he’s one of my favorite characters. I think he was TRYING to be there for her, but the words came out wrong…regardless, this is the type of shit I hate. Quinn haters feel like Quinn DESERVES to be treated this way, when she’s the most underrated, misunderstood characters on the show. Fuck you, Quinn haters.
“Glee” star Dianna Agron also spoke about growing into herself, after an 11-year “awkward phase” that included middle school boys making fun of her deep voice, worshipping Audrey Hepburn and Lucille Ball, and getting accidentally punched in the nose and branded “bloody nose…
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The Idolator Sessions: Fifth Harmony Perform Taylor Swift’s “Red”
This is so perfectly true. I love this so much.