Anonymous asked: (same Anon) I'm personally easy to forgive, forget and move on (I start over and can never hold grudges/remember bad things, naive, I know) I don't like seeing Kurt like that. It's like he decided to never look back and make everything a blank page. And I'm sad because Karofsky, despite all the hate he gets, could be an incredibly deep character, complicated and misunderstood, if only writers could handle it. Kurt's a message to bullied ones, Dave could be to those conflicted and lost.
Hence the question why romance is required at all and why it’s even considered?
Kurt’s already a voice for many. Karofsky seems to inspire some people who see something in him they can identify with - he could be that character that could drag himself from misery and confusion and terrible actions/decisions into accepting himself… (if he must be on the show at all, i know, i know)
But no… Kurt must fall in love with him and solifidy this apparant ‘redemption’. This hasn’t happened yet and also, if I never hear that word again I’ll be a happy girl
[personally, it turns my stomach but we’ll not go there]