fanservice aside… (via fandomology)
Teen Wolf generally does really good with the gay stuff. It has two gay characters- secondary characters for the time being, but still - who are sticking around and the last episode featured a lesbian couple too, who we’re probably not going to see again, but hey, at least there was one. And the best thing is there is no weirdness around it, ever. Danny was/is best friends with the number one jock of the school (when does that ever happen on a high school show) and openly flirts in the school library without anyone batting an eye, and the way Scott’s mother talked about the girl’s girlfriend like it was the most obvious thing in the world… I mean nobody on this show acts like the fact that guys can dig guys and girls can dig girls, too, is anything special or out of the ordinary, ever, and that is such a breath of fresh air from many other shows that, even when they try to be inclusive or progressive, they often fuck up, majorly. That includes Glee, by the way.
And that’s just one of the reasons why Teen Wolf owns my mind, body, heart and soul.(via tijsmans)
Let’s not forget Stiles, who is obsessed with the idea that he might not be attractive to gay guys. It’s played off as the most natural thing in the world, or at least no censures him for it.
#doctor gorgeous is totally what the crew calls bones behind his back #jim hears about this one day #and at first think’s it’s the funniest fucking thing he’s ever heard #but also totally agrees and jumps on board #and one day he accidentally says ‘doctor gorgeous to the bridge’ over the shipwide channel #and he doesn’t even realise it and why everyone else on the bridge is either laughing or fearing the captain’s #impending doom #until bones arrives on the bridge #eyebrow fucking sky high #and says without batting an eye ‘you wanted to see me captain handsome?’ #and jim did not even THINK it was physically possible to blush that hard
<3 Karl Urban