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The Sterek Campaign has literally never asked for recognition. We did not put on the Charity Auctions for an award so omfgosh stop saying this

Getting an award was never ever why we did this, like I’m seriously not understanding how people can be pulling this out of their asses so let’s look at the facts.

We hosted two charity events to benefit a wolf sanctuary. At the time, most people didn’t even know our names (other than our creator) because we still kept them hidden. We spent hours and days working behind the scenes to pull it off both years. The amount of planning and work that went into that was astronomical. It was a team effort, but we did it for the wolves

We got an amazing amount of support from fandom. We were so appreciative of everyone that helped us pull it off because we know we couldn’t do it without loads of support. And to those saying we don’t appreciate all of the support, please kindly refer to the two paving stones that were bought with admin $, engraved with Teen Wolf Fandom. Because that achievement belonged to us all. We did that for all of youAnd still, we kept our names hidden. 

We didn’t ask for this award. This award did not even exist when we put on either of our events. We didn’t contact MTV or beg to be recognized. We weren’t contacted by MTV either and frankly did not expect to win next to Misha. The SC was nominated (the organization itself, let’s be clear about that) and won because of the support of the fandom, because of people who appreciated all that we did.

The award was given to the one cast member who has not made secret of his dislike for our ship, despite that our second year’s donation was made in his name. The award was then passed off to a random fan with absolutely no association to the SC or the charity events. It was passed off to a fan simply because he talked about how much the lead actor inspired him during the panel. 

We don’t care about the award/statue. It was given away and it should stay where it is. We don’t want it. We have no ill will towards the fan it was given to and if anyone sends him hate, they’ll have to answer to us because he doesn’t deserve that. Leave him out of it. 

What we did want was the tiniest bit of respect, not only for our org but for the fandom that supported us. Our name is not even mentioned in the article summing up the awards. 

So yes, we are angry. We are insulted and feel used as some big publicity stunt by TPTB.

But don’t you dare diminish what we did. Don’t you dare question our motives. 



For the fans who’s time, effort, and passion for the show was ridiculed by Jeff Davis and the cast by reading their fanfics, mocking their hard work and love for the characters they portray, it’s time we say enough.

For the fan who asked the cast the innocent question of, “If you could ship literally any pairing that’s not currently canon on the show, who would you ship?” and was then mocked by Dylan O’Brien, who incredulously told the fan “This is the last question in the entire panel,” and was then mocked by Tyler Posey, who told the fan to “Think of a better question,” it’s time we say enough.

For the fans that were told that fanworks depicting two characters could not be signed, while fanworks depicting other pairings are acceptable, it’s time we say enough.

For the Teen Wolf fandom, who have been disrespected repeatedly by the Teen Wolf marketing team and Jeff Davis himself, for the fans that have been used by the powers that be to win polls and then mocked and humiliated once we’re no longer needed, for every person who passionately love this show and then has been shamed for that love by the cast and creators, it’s time we say enough.

It’s time to remind them why they need us.

We are calling for a general Teen Wolf Blackout for Monday’s episode.  We need to reach the producers of the show in a way that they can understand.

What can you do?

  1. Do not tweet anything Teen Wolf related during Monday’s episode.  Do not tweet the actors or the Teen Wolf account.  Do not use any hashtags related to Teen Wolf.
  2. If you have a Nielsen box, do not watch Monday night’s episode on TV. 
  3. Do not reblog the gifs or posts from the Teen Wolf tumblr account.
  4. Do not watch the episode on
  5. Reblog, reblog, reblog.  Spread the word.  Tell your friends, tweet the message prior to Monday’s episode.  

And before anyone asks - this isn’t to make Sterek canon, this has nothing to do with any ship or character, this isn’t to ask for anything plot related in the show.  This is a simple reminder that this show survives because of it’s fans, and we deserved to be treated with respect.

Spread the word.



Holland’s reaction when she found out they’re going to do memes

#no one is more done with Teen Wolf than Holland

You know, I’m kinda convinced that Holland will be the next to go.

What with the set sounding so much of a boys club, Crystal leaving, her obvs not feeling fulfilled by the role of Lydia, her wishing they’d stop and focus on emotional moments like Allison’s funeral, her calling out the show on the faux!lesbian dance between Kira and Malia she seems 100% done with everything.

(Source: itsdefinitelymaybe)


*cries violently and grossly*


*cries violently and grossly*

So somebody had a great day laughing with somebody

(Source: eternityinalake)




Have you ever read any Twilight Fanfiction ?

I love this man.

(Source: fmerob)


7/24/14: “No plans for Twitter?” [X]

If you had asked me what ONE line Kaner would use to get Jonny on twitter, it 100% would have been something along the lines of “but then we can see who gets more followers/retweets”

(Source: darthtulip)



He’s more of a nerd and a, you know, quiet introvert type guy. You know, he just puts on a show for everyone.

stop. talking.

(Source: toewscrosby)