This is a good point. And he stayed at Dalton because Blaine wanted him to, until Santana arranged the Bully Whips.
Here is my interpretation of the glee spoilers about Blaine buying Dave a drink at Scandals.
Basically, that Blaine will try to buy Dave a drink even after Dave says no several times, and suddenly Kurt dressed in all leather bursts through the door and says ‘The man said no’ at which point Blaine is in shock and for some reason Dave and Sebastian cling to Kurt’s leather clad legs. And then they fly in a helicopter back the Kurt’s secret crime fighting base.
Scott Walker talks to his friends (who can’t spell).
imo…where do people get the idea that klaine has impacted the lgbtq community more than say, brittana…most people who fangirl over klaine are straight teenage girls
No, but yes. Tricky answer, I know.
Basically, there’s never been a panel where Jason’s outright said “I’m bisexual” or “I want to have sex with you, [male character]” but there are many, many scenes of him being flirty with male characters, particularly in comics penned by Judd Winick.
A few years ago, when asked if Jason was bisexual during an interview, Winick said that he hadn’t thought of Jason’s sexuality before, and then refused to say that he wasn’t bisexual, but also wouldn’t outright say that he was queer because DC editorial “doesn’t like” authors talking about character’s non-hetero sexualities.
Interviewer: Is he (Jason) a little bisexual?
JW: That was the first time we’ve ever saw him mess around with anybody. Truth is, I haven’t really thought about it. I think about Jason in a lot of other ways. You might put him in bed, I don’t do that. That was the only time I thought about him having sex because she wanted to.
Interviewer: Oh, I put him in bed! No, really —-
JW: I’m totally dodging the question. This is me ducking the question. There’s things we can talk about and there’s things we can’t talk about, there’s things that DC Comics doesn’t like me talking about and they don’t like us talking about things like that, so I don’t want to answer that, thank you.
Then, in the Jason comics he wrote after that interview (such as the last few issues of Batman and Robin v1) he made Jason, well, very strongly hint at his bisexuality. Repeatedly.
In my personal opinion, I think Winick didn’t start out as writing Jason as queer, but once fans picked up on that interpretation, he was intrigued by the idea, accepted it as canon, and started purposefully working it into his stories.
Then there’s like five million scenes of him as Robin pining after Bruce and being immensely jealous of his relationship with Selina, but I would file those under “unintentionally homoerotic”. I mean, I think they’re unintentional. Who knows, really. ;)
So in summary, yes, Jason’s (probably) a beautiful bisexual butterfly, but no, it hasn’t officially been acknowledged by DC.
Thank you! This is a great post. On the second read-through of 23 I caught the “you say that like it’s a bad thing.”
Where is the “your accent it’s cute” panel come from?
Like Chris haven’t done anything to earn the respect and the popularity he has today.
Yes, Ryan saw his potential and made a role for him but that only happen because Chris HAS TALENT.
The one responsible for making Kurt such an inspirational character was Chris. If you don’t remember, he didn’t even had many scenes in the first season, but even so he manage to impress because of his acting.
Chris earned his space, nothing was just given to him. In fact, the most prominent aspect of Kurt was inspired by Chris own experiences and for that he won his Golden Globe.
So, yes we HAVE the right to be angry at Ryan to reduce such talent to just a half of a toxic relationship, the worst half. If you think Ryan is capable of making any health relationship you probably didn’t watch any of his other shows, he has a twisted notion of what people in a relationship should do, he thinks someone has to be the dominant while the other has to submit. And we know Chris doesn’t share this point of view (thank God for that).
Again, Ryan didn’t gave anything to Chris and Chris doesn’t owe nothing to Ryan or any other writer. Everything Chris has comes for his talent as actor and as a person.
And, actually, Robert Ulrich is the one who “discovered” Chris and sent him to Murphy. Also, FUCK Ryan Murphy.
But he doesn’t even sing 1 line in the entire episode (
because Blainchel get it all).
Of f*cking course.
"shadowc44 said: I think the reason is, if Kurt is crying, it will make the Klaine fans feel good. If Kurt were singing about his pain, the Klaine fans wouldn’t understand it, and would only be angry he’s taking precious time from their fave."