One of the best stories I’ve ever been told, um, I was told a story about a little boy with autism named Spence, who thinks when people are speaking in lower tones that means they’re mad at him, and so he really really relates to me and looks up to me because I have a high pitched voice so he thinks I’m happy all the time. And, um, that type of story, when you’re affected people like that…I mean, how can you be mad at your voice when it’s affecting kids like that? I get a little choked up thinking about it.
Chris Colfer (via alovesongforblaine)
For anyone who ever wondered why I stan Chris Colfer so freaking hard.
And Spence doesn’t just relate to Chris - he adores him, and tells everyone from camp counselors to to his Grandma that Chris is his “real big brother.”
In the words of Severus Snape, “It’s real for us.”