quevidamastriste:

Opposite day!

(Source: gugogif, via somereallyfuckedupshit)

i-need-that-seat:

iapollogise:

I love pirates because they have no concept on albeism. oh you have no leg? here have a peg leg. no hand?? well guess we gotta put a hook on that, give those sons of bitches a surprise. Blind in one eye, put an eyepatch on no one fucking cares, youre deaf??? go man the canons you glorious bastard.They dont care if youre disabled bcus as long as you can fuck shit up they literally dont fucking care.

I never thought about it this way. This is beautiful.

(via flomation)

huffingtonpost:

Emma Watson Fights For Gender Equality With Powerful UN Speech
Emma Watson formally invited men to join the fight for gender equality in a moving speech on Sept. 21, launching the HeForShe campaign.
To watch her full speech go here. 
cracked:

More like “Enjoy Being the Purchaser of a Useless Hooha Cannon.”
19 Products You Use Every Day (That Are Basically Placebos)

cracked:

More like “Enjoy Being the Purchaser of a Useless Hooha Cannon.”

19 Products You Use Every Day (That Are Basically Placebos)

straylightjay:

10 questions to never ask a transgender person by Laura Jane Grace

(via lgbtlaughs)

femmeanddangerous:

deductiontoseduction:

i made a graph of my personality

oh god

femmeanddangerous:

deductiontoseduction:

i made a graph of my personality

oh god

(via murphels)

fooferdoodle:

andrusi:

well I guess I’m an ayg, whatever the hell that is



There is no escape

fooferdoodle:

andrusi:

well I guess I’m an ayg, whatever the hell that is

There is no escape

(Source: royalteens, via lgbtlaughs)

rexuality:

I can know a shit ton on a subject and be very passionate about it but if someone asks me about it out of the blue I feel unprepared

like damn ima need some time. i need to take notes, make an outline, an essay and a speech and a haiku and a powerpoint presentation with cool transitions to present to you. can you give me like a week to prepare i need to get this right

anabelsbrother:

cahrroty:

istumogra:

jensendaddy:

maybe the little bruises and cuts that show up on your body seemingly out of nowhere are actually little injuries that happened to your soulmate and you get the same marks on your skin as them

write a book

do a movie

    

(via colfernipples)

queenofattolia:

isriana:

My favorite part of any episode of this show is to watch how Giles is 600% done with everybody.

(via colfernipples)

hunter-doctors-in-221b:

copperbooms:

go to google translate. type a sentence in english and translate it to a language of your choice. translate it again to another language. translate it again. and again. and again. translate it 6 more times. then once more. translate it one final time back to english. what are you left with? something that’s completely different than the original. 

or as we like to call it

the bible

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(via lgbtlaughs)

gaywrites:

Religious communities are slowly but surely becoming more accepting of LGBT people, according to new research from Duke University. 

Researchers asked leaders from 1,331 different American houses of worship whether LGBT people or same-sex couples would be welcomed and accepted in their congregations. The study found that from 2006 to 2012, acceptance of LGBT congregants rose from 37.4 percent to 48 percent. 

The positive trend for LGBT people were not universal in the study, with Catholic churches exhibiting somewhat less acceptance of gay and lesbian members in 2012 than in 2006. When asked, Chaves told HuffPost he believed the decrease may be correlated to an “increased salience” of homosexuality in the Catholic Church as evidenced by the recent firings of gay teachers in parochial schools and Catholic organizations.

While the Catholic Church’s stance on homosexuality remains seated in the somewhat vague but hopeful words of Pope Francis, “Who am I to judge?”, other church bodies have taken more definitive action to promote LGBT equality. In June the Presbyterian Church (USA) voted in a landmark decision to allow same-sex marriages, following in the footsteps of the U.S. Episcopal Church which made the same decision two years prior.

It’s almost all good news! We’re getting there.