Inspired by the story of the fan who brought Tatiana Maslany to tears on Comic Con, Clone Club members on twitter are invited to share the love and joy that Orphan Black has given you.
Use: #ThanksToOrphanBlack and let people know how this amazing show has touched your life.
Reblog and share with your buddies.
Recapping this show is a dream come true. The representation, the dynamic characters, even the outright lines like “My sexuality isn’t the most interesting thing about me.” Interviewing its stars has been so rewarding. Not only because, never in my wildest dreams did I imagine that I would not only be writing about amazing shows for an amazing website, I would also be talking to the people who portray these characters I love. But also because it’s inspiring and moving to speak with people who are happy to be playing these characters that mean to much to us, and to hear them say they’re on our side. Their support for the #clonesbians, this silly little hashtag we created for our AfterEllen readers, has been overwhelming in the best way. Queerness is a non-issue for the cast and creative team, just as it is on the show, and they’re determined to spread that state of mind. It might just be a weird little show about clones, but it’s so, so important—to all of us in Clone Club, and to queer portrayal in the media. So “thanks” barely seems to cover it, but it’s a good start. Thanks, orphanblack.Source: 324b21-clone