There is this poll, you see. I know a lot of you guys aren't Supernatural fans, but this is something I'm hoping you guys would be willing to help us with.
Supernatural has this pairing, called Destiel. The two main characters are Dean and Castiel. Not to give too much away, it's an angel and a hunter who really do love each other, even if it's not said out loud. They're passionate and they save the world. Needless to say, it's beautiful. Their relationship with one another tears at your heartstrings.
We're in a poll online right now, against the Glee fandom. While I've had really bad experiences with the Glee fandom, this takes the cake. The original poll was pulled down because the Glee fandom cheated (There are links all over tumblr with proof) and they've only just recently put it back up.
I know most of you follow me because of Final Fantasy VII. But the Supernatural fandom deserves to win this and with the rampant cheating that went on with this earlier, it's hard to think they won't do it again. That's why I'm asking you to take an hour, a half hour, fifteen minutes, anything, to vote for Dean/Castiel. This mostly has to do with proving that M/M relationships are accepted by fandom and that being passionate doesn't mean you need to cheat to win.
As most of you guys write or read m/m fiction, you know the stigma against it. How admitting that you write slash is some sort of stain against you as a person. While we're against another slash ship (this one being Faberry (two girl) from Glee) M/M writing has always been considered less good, less important, less canon. We're not fighting to make it canon, we're fighting to at least get the same amount of respect as all other fandoms and ships.
If you could spread this around your livejournal, do a little voting, we would really appreciate it. Not just the Supernatural fandom, but all slash/yaoi writers. We can use this to prove to the entertainment industry that homosexuality in television is okay, that men who have profound bonds with other men won't be completely rejected.