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because Allison Argent was a fantastic character and deserves a funeral 

"This is gospel for the fallen ones locked away in permanent
slumber, assembling their philosophies from pieces of broken

The lack of basic respect shown for characters who die on TW breaks my heart. Did Allison get a funeral? Did Aiden? Heather? Victoria? Who told the Boyds and Reyeses their children had died? Only Kate is officially known to have had a funeral, but we never saw it—just Gerard arriving with his giant bag of creepy.

Here are a few things that are common in TW fanfic:

  • Stiles and/or Scott apologize to Derek for their cavalier attitude toward Laura’s body in the first few eps
  • Derek visits his family’s graves
  • Stiles and the Sheriff commemorate the anniversary of Claudia’s death (often in unhealthy ways, like drinking too much or avoiding each other all day, but it happens)

These things are common because they’ve never happened in canon.

For a show that likes killing off characters, TW seems remarkably squeamish about the immediate physical and emotional requirements of death and grieving, namely, funeral and disposition. I’m glad fandom creates beautiful art like this. I’m sad the show creates a void that necessitates it.

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Sometimes recovery is waking up early to write in coffee shops and practicing yoga and eating lots of fruit and chocolate and sometimes it’s staying in bed all day and hiding from the world until you can stop crying. All of this is okay. What’s important is that you take care of yourself no matter what kind of day you’re having.

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She thinks we can’t see her.

see who

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victims of the 90’s

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