kurt hummel + that lucky piece of fabric riding up his buttcrack
#what even is femininity i mean #words and gender are tricky things #(and also note this is all in hs so) #(did new york change anything?) #(well if so that’s interesting!) #anyway #so many sides #<3 (via the-multicorn)
Interesting indeed. I think New York, and just growing up, did have an impact. His girls are still his girls. He still ends up with them in 5x20 to talk to Mercedes. But he doesn’t group himself with them nearly as strongly as he once did.
There’s so much more ease with the boys (the bros, even) in the post-high-school era. Some of it has to do with those boys, who aren’t twitchy and immature and uncomfortable around Kurt the way they might have been in high school. They’re more welcoming to him.
And part of it is Kurt, himself. In New York, he’s able to grow into his own skin in a whole new way. In high school, he knew who he was but he wore it like an armor, keeping himself separate as a means of self-protection (very often with bolder fashion in many layers). In New York, he’s more at ease. He doesn’t need to be as bold or keep himself as separate. Fewer layers, easier body language with other people. And more settled in his masculinity, I think. It may or may not look like someone else’s idea of masculinity, but it doesn’t matter anymore. He owns who he is.
kurt gen week: musical theatre
↳ “…when viewers look back on this episode, what they’ll remember first is Kurt singing that song from ‘Sunset Boulevard,’ claiming it, and shifting its meanings around to tell his story. In the stage musical, the song entombed faded silent film star Norma Desmond within her own sad fantasies of a comeback. It was a song of delusion, written with great sympathy for Norma. But Chris Colfer turns ‘As If We Never Said Goodbye’ into a valentine to self-knowledge and self-improvement — and a young, gay singer’s dream of treating the world as a stage and commanding it like a star.” (X)
"…and his precious collection of neckerchiefs."
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hummels + doing whatever it takes to make sure their significant other is happy
Such good people, those Hummel men. Not perfect, but so very good down to the core.
Kurt + from undressed to well-dressed