simplyskai:

googlearths:

missdoodle:

blackandgreyrainbow:

Real Christians aren’t assholes

In High School I had a friend who was super religious, her whole family was. Despite this, she was pro-marriage equality, pro-choice, and never once tried to convert me or make me feel bad about my own religious decisions (I was and still am an agnostic). She was always kind, and treated everyone with respect, regardless of race, religion, or orientation. For her the heart and soul of being a Christian was to love others and treat others with dignity. She was a real Christian. 



REMINDER: DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE USE JESUS AS AN EXCUSE TO BE AN ASSHOLE EVER. NEVER.


How bout maybe don’t conflate morality our decency with Christianity? The high school friend was a decent moral person.

simplyskai:

googlearths:

missdoodle:

blackandgreyrainbow:

Real Christians aren’t assholes

In High School I had a friend who was super religious, her whole family was. Despite this, she was pro-marriage equality, pro-choice, and never once tried to convert me or make me feel bad about my own religious decisions (I was and still am an agnostic). She was always kind, and treated everyone with respect, regardless of race, religion, or orientation. For her the heart and soul of being a Christian was to love others and treat others with dignity. She was a real Christian. 

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REMINDER: DO NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCE USE JESUS AS AN EXCUSE TO BE AN ASSHOLE EVER. NEVER.

How bout maybe don’t conflate morality our decency with Christianity? The high school friend was a decent moral person.

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fucknosexistcostumes:

Kermit the Frog (The Muppets)

The dress isn’t even a costume!

REBLOG THIS IF YOU WOULD BE FRIENDS WITH A TRANS PERSON.

ship-game-so-strong:

Im trying to prove to my friend that a lot of people will accept him as the gender he is just as they would the gender he was born as. He is afraid to come out especially because he is a polysexual trans.

A trans friend officiated at my wedding. Still every person has the right to out themselves or not as they see fit.

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All Power To The People (Released: 1996)Japanese-American Human Rights Activist Yuri Kochiyama

All Power To The People (Released: 1996)Japanese-American Human Rights Activist Yuri Kochiyama

All Power To The People (Released: 1996)Japanese-American Human Rights Activist Yuri Kochiyama

All Power To The People (Released: 1996)Japanese-American Human Rights Activist Yuri Kochiyama
All Power To The People (Released: 1996)
Japanese-American Human Rights Activist Yuri Kochiyama

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terminal-bisexuality:

"Why would you want to call yourself bisexual? That word has such negative connotations."

Yes, of course it does. Those are called stereotypes. That’s what stereotypes do.

(via feministspitball)

fanbingblink:

Hsppy National Coming Out Day
fanbingblink:

Hsppy National Coming Out Day
fanbingblink:

Hsppy National Coming Out Day
fanbingblink:

Hsppy National Coming Out Day

oldbookillustrations:

A genie of enormous size rose out of the earth.

Walter Paget, from The Arabian nights, with an introduction by W. H. D. Rouse, London, New York, 1907.

(Source: archive.org)

Does that genie look super anti-Semitic to anyone else?

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blackcinemahouse:

Black Is…Black Ain’t (1994)
A film about black experiences with a “backdrop of Creole cooking.”

blackcinemahouse:

Black Is…Black Ain’t (1994)

A film about black experiences with a “backdrop of Creole cooking.”

headlessdragoon:

floozys:

this is making me so uncomfortable why did they edit out the nipples

I L L E G A L   N I P P L E S

That’s not a nipple down near his navel right beside the glass?

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