Anonymous asked:

4, 15, 29, 31?
  • 4. Last song you listened to

Roman Reloaded by Nicki Minaj

  • 15. Made a new friend

not really, no

  • 29. Name something you CANNOT wait for

my aunt’s wedding in june

  • 31. What is one thing you wish you could change about your life

i wish i could get rid of my anxiety

bi-characters
bi-characters:

Character: Maureen JohnsonAppears in: RentCommonly Interpreted as: Bisexual
Maureen has always been attracted to men and women. She was in a relationship with a man named Mark (played by out bisexual actor Anthony Rapp) but she broke up with him prior to the beginning of the movie.
Throughout most of the movie Maureen is in a relationship with a woman named Joanne. The two have a rocky relationship because Maureen is incapable of being faithful. Maureen and Joanna almost get married, but it is called off when Maureen flirts with the bartender.
Her friends sometimes treat her flirty and flighty nature as a joke. A few jokes are thrown Mark’s way about the fact that his girlfriend left him for a woman. But in the end, Maureen’s relationship with Joanna is treated with equal weight as any of the other relationships in the movie.
Thanks joannaagain for this suggestion.

bi-characters:

Character: Maureen Johnson
Appears in: Rent
Commonly Interpreted as: Bisexual

Maureen has always been attracted to men and women. She was in a relationship with a man named Mark (played by out bisexual actor Anthony Rapp) but she broke up with him prior to the beginning of the movie.

Throughout most of the movie Maureen is in a relationship with a woman named Joanne. The two have a rocky relationship because Maureen is incapable of being faithful. Maureen and Joanna almost get married, but it is called off when Maureen flirts with the bartender.

Her friends sometimes treat her flirty and flighty nature as a joke. A few jokes are thrown Mark’s way about the fact that his girlfriend left him for a woman. But in the end, Maureen’s relationship with Joanna is treated with equal weight as any of the other relationships in the movie.

Thanks  for this suggestion.