support butch lesbians
support flamboyant gay men
support polyamorous bisexuals and pansexuals
support sex-repulsed asexuals
don’t throw people under the bus because they “fit a stereotype” you deem negative that you try to distance yourself from
I find it funny that people will say some shit like “all you do is complain about *insert social issue* but don’t do ANYTHING to try and fix it”
Ummmm do you want me to lead a 1000000 man march on Washington or some shit? I’m pretty sure talking about the…
*sees a dog*
*PETS a dog*
instead of spending 17000 dollars on dashcon let’s spend 17000 dollars on a remake of The Producers about the events of DashCon
"You know, it’s absolutely amazing! Under the right circumstances, a conrunner could make more money with a flop then…
when your parents threaten to take your allowance away
real talk fighting games are boring as shit i dont see the appeal in this
quick question: are you bad at them?
THIS MAN IS LIVING MY DREAM.
THE GIRLS ARE LAUGHIN BUT HE DEAD ASS SERIOUS.
DO THE DAMN THING HONEY.
got my nails done~ 💅💕
they’re like tiny 8-legged cats
how can anyone hate them
Spiders are huge derps, pass it on.
My dad used to work as a mechanic in Arizona and he said that wild tarantulas would just wander into the shop and try and cuddle with the mechanics under the trucks. Spiders really dig car exhaust smell for some reason and they would be like “ah yes this human smells nice let me sit on your face while you’re working or perhaps climb into your pocket and see what you have” and the mechanics would keep shooing the spiders out but the spiders would follow them back like “No why would you leave me human friend??”
spiders are the derpiest things though like have you ever played with a spider and a laser pointer, because I thought my lizards chasing the laser was adorable but leT ME TELL U, BLACK WIDOWS CHASING LASERS IS FRICKEN ADORABLE
CONGRATULATIONS, YOU HAVE MANAGED TO MAKE ME THINK SPIDERS CAN BE CUTE.
TransCuba: Photographer Mariette Pathy Allen Explores a Hidden Havana SubcultureFor more than 30 years, New York based photographer and painter Mariette Pathy Allenhas been documenting transgender culture worldwide; in 2004 she won the Lambda Literary Award for her monograph The Gender Frontier. In her new publication, TransCuba, Allen focuses on the transgender community of Cuba, especially its growing visibility and acceptance in a country whose government is transitioning into a more relaxed model of communism under Raúl Castro’s presidency.An excerpt from Mariela Castro Espin, who is the director of the Cuban National Center for Sex Education in Havana, is included in the book: “We dedicate this day to families because we want families to be conscious of their great social responsibility, so that all of our families, all of the people with the great social responsibility of being a parent, realize that their can’t be any form of discrimination in the family, discrimination based in the prejudice that we’ve inherited from dominant societies.”(source)