Jesse Williams photographed by Hama Sanders
shoutout out to all my buddies who have shitty dads or no dads at all this father’s day, you turned out just great regardless, you can’t choose your family and you don’t deserve any negativity from them,and you don’t deserve backlash or guilt-tripping for cutting them out of your life if that’s what you need/ed to do and i love you all
yeah, i watched the first season like a year ago but didn’t really like it then, but i decided to give it another chance a couple weeks ago and then i suddenly somehow really liked it and watched the next 6 seasons in like a week. i wouldn’t say they handle each subject that is addressed in the show very elegantly, but it is a great, funny show and you should definitely give it a try.
queer people are always minor passing background characters in television shows to illustrate the fact that we exist but we’re not important enough to be main characters.
GQ Magazine | November 2011
With Father’s day fast approaching, I would like to send a shout out to the people typically ignored on days like this:
- To the people with abusive fathers
- To the people absentee fathers
- To the people who don’t know their fathers
- To the people who cut their fathers out of their lives
- To the people with conflicting feelings about father’s day because their own father was a piece of shit but other men they know and love are awesome dads
- To the people who learned how not to be a shitty dad by not doing what their father did
You are not alone. If you don’t want to celebrate father’s day or you don’t want to talk to your father, that’s perfectly fine. Do whatever it takes to make sure you are healthy and happy.
- How come I’ve never seen you people before?
- Because we are the people you do not see. We are the ones who drive your cabs. We clean your rooms. And suck your cocks.