this scene was so powerful. the owl house has always done a great job at showing the effects of toxic parenting, but actually seeing the extent to which odalia goes, how much she will sacrifice for high status, was jarring. im so glad that kids get to see amity fight back against it, and choose happiness over her mothers negligent demands.
nothing better than lesbians coming out as bisexuals and bisexuals coming out as lesbians & both being met with celebration and support from the two groups plus the wlw community as a whole! 💞 literally nothing better than people finding themselves and sharing their joy and excitement with others who understand what a blessing it is to know yourself and live accordingly❣❣❣ while also being a part of a unified community where lesbian and bisexual experiences have been entangled since the beginning of time! ongoing self-discovery should always be encouraged & transitioning between labels and their respective subcommunities should feel positive, safe, and natural. 💕
i might be just reading too much into it or if this is correct someone probably has pointed it out already but i haven't seen it so lemme mention it
i am rewatching Clouds on the Horizon and uh isn't the flower around Luz in this scene... lily? like. the flower so associated with wlw that it is one of the names we call wlw anime/manga (yuri)?
idk if it was obvious to others and only i didn't pay attention watching the 1st time, or if it isn't even a lily and doesn't mean anything but i just couldn't help but notice it very much looks like one and it would be amazing if it's a deliberate choice they made bc it makes the scene even gayer but yeah that's it i am so soft about this whole scene and im still surprised it happened i love this show so much thank you Dana
being hindu and homophobic indicates you have little to no understanding of your own people and culture.
some of you STILL aren't able to comprehend the fact that the south asian subcontinent has been invaded since 500CE by mughal and western colonizers with abrahamic ideologies. it has wiped the normalcy, acceptance and appreciation of same-sex relations, gender fluidity, trans identity which is indigeneous to the land, since at a recorded date of 4000BCE, as observed in dharmic culture.
i don't wanna seem biased against people who use microlabels, but for myself i never use them unless i'm speaking specifically in a group with other aspec people. Because if I tried to put the specifics of my identity into words, it would take too long (and people tend to think you're "just trying to sound special" for having an identity you can't sum up in a word or two.
Here I'm okay calling myself "agender sapphic oriented demiromantic aegosexual" but if i went anywhere else i would sound insane. like exactly like the sort of person 4chan dipshits make ugly TOP TEXT BOTTOM TEXT memes about.
i usually either just call myself aroace or lesbian but either way i kinda feel like i'm lying, i don't feel aroace enough to just say aroace and i don't feel lesbian enough to call myself lesbian.
Trans men who are also butch women, who blur the lines between gender, who embrace being a man and a woman at the same time, are valid and wonderful members of the sapphic community. Sapphics have a huge history of gender diversity and challenging gender norms, and the butch community has spearheaded challenging gender norms. You are not appropriating terms, experiences, or communities by simply existing, and you deserve to exist safely in whatever spaces you choose to be a part of.