cyperus:

I don’t know what possessed me to color this like this

ghoulbaby:

ghost girlfriends

(via merryspectre)

man amber heard if you are going to talk about how queer youth need good role models, maybe you should actuallybe oneand be supportive of their situations instead of talking about how if they aren’t out, they must be ashamed of that part of themselves.

like i cannot stress enough that no one is obligated to come out! it is a personal decision and only you the individual can know when/if it is right for you to do that. looking out for your own safety is not a bad thing.  you do not need to ~sacrifice yourself for the cause~.  you do not need to put yourself at risk.  you are doing what is right for you, and that should be supported. especially if you aren’t able to support yourself.  if you’re living at home and reliant on your homophobic family members, you are not wrong for not coming out at someone else’s convenience.   protect yourself. survive. to hell with everyone who has a problem with that.

nova-bright:

bluestalkingstitches:

Seriously? “If you’re hiding anything, no matter how good your reason is, then you’re ashamed of it”? No. NO. FUCK NO.

COMING OUT COMPROMISES YOUR SAFETY. COMING OUT CAN GET YOU TRAUMATIZED, SENT TO THERAPY, BEATEN, RAPED, TORTURED, DISOWNED, AND MURDERED. YOU CAN LOSE YOUR JOB. YOU CAN LOSE YOUR FAMILY. YOU CAN LOSE EVERYTHING. COMING OUT IS NOT A REQUIREMENT.

“Ashamed”? No. Fuck. No. This attitude is what’s shaming. This attitude comes from a position of safety and privilege and it completely ignores the reality that many people, in many countries, put their fucking lives in danger by talking about who they are—no matter how proud they are to be that way. Being comfortable with your own sexuality or gender identity does not keep you from getting killed. It does not keep you from being hated. And being afraid or unwilling to ruin your life on other people’s violent prejudice does not make you weak—it means there’s a big problem with a system that it’s not your responsibility to fix by putting yourself in the line of fire. In fact, it means you’re maybe not the one in a position to fix it, because you’re too busy surviving. And survival is noble enough, if that’s what you’re facing. If you choose that your responsibility is privacy and safety, that’s legitimate, it’s respectable, and it’s NOT ANYONE ELSE’S FUCKING BUSINESS.

“Because they couldn’t understand it gets better”? I can’t believe you just made a statement that more or less reads, “I had to show these poor children the light! Cannot believe they thought their current situation actually matters in the long run! Not like it doesn’t get better! I will enlighten you.”

She seriously just SHAMED CHILDREN FOR BEING AFRAID? For the record: it doesn’t always get better. It also doesn’t always matter if it could get better. If you are being tortured by your classmates at the age of fourteen, some benevolent promise by people who aren’t in that situation anymore who are so tired of your pain isn’t going to just flip a switch and make you go “Oh, okay! I guess I’ll just endure my daily suffering at the hands of tiny bigots and think about the future!” What a fucking ridiculous thing to say. What a flippant, unempathetic, egotistical thing to say.

If you give that much a shit about queers, maybe pay attention enough to know that the problem isn’t with their perceptions.

All of this commentary. All of it. Fuck this idiocy. People who should come out of the closet: no one, unless it is safe and healthy for them to do so.

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fiertia:

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bryko:

My concept art for the worst shirt ever

(via defendtherear-deactivated201209)

fandom literally thinks a show where two white guys look at each other and all the asian women are lotus blossom/dragon lady stereotypes is more progressive than a show that hasn’t even aired yet and an asian woman is WATSON.

actually i think “don’t act like perez hilton” is a good life rule