So, a few days ago my Facebook feeds were covered with John Barrowman in a TARDIS dress.
This is not a bad sight to see, as I am a fan of John Barrowman and seeing him is a good thing.
He also said somethings that were taken as anti-trans and that is not a good thing.
To be honest, I don't know the whole story.
To be honest, I don't care.
I think that we need to take a breath and realize that the worst meaning of the sentence that someone typed in a fit of twitterpation is not exactly the worst thing that it could possibly mean. Not everyone hates everyone.
We have a president who fires off tweet storms so he can feel important. Many of these tweets should be ignored.
Why don't we just try to ignore some of the stuff that annoy us?
Hear me out. People are getting crazy about the little things and ignoring the big things.
John Barroman wore a dress to be in solidarity of a television show that is about a fiction character who will soon be played by a female actor.
This is worth analyzing every bit of every word he is saying?
If he said something that is offensive, yes, it is bothersome.
But it isn't the end of the world. If you know him personally--tell him that it bothered you. If you don't--move on with your life. Also, allow him the space to be an asshole--everyone is an asshole sometimes. Maybe this was just his turn.
We're really getting too distracted by the little shit and facing the big one.