Harry and a paparazzi today ! (2/24/14) (x)
I don’t usually comment on fandom stuff, but I’ve seen some really negative things coming from the Teen Wolf fans and it makes me sad. Why can’t people just ship what they ship and not get caught up in drama? Stop spreading hate and criticizing the show and it’s actors. I love Teen Wolf. Everything about the show makes me happy, but I also love Sterek. It is possible to enjoy both and not spread hate.
Teen Wolf is so amazing in it’s own right, and it’s characters are some of my favorite characters on TV right now. I love Dylan O’Brien, Tyler H and Posey. I love them all. I just hope people can enjoy the show for what it’s offering as well as it’s ships and not get so caught up in the mean comments and drama.
Up until tonights episode I was worried that stiles wasn’t going to end up in a canon relationship I actually liked. Im a massive sterek shipper but know that will never be canon. I love Lydia but have never been sold on Stydia…..then Malia appeared…god i love her already!
In honour of the return of ‘My Mad Fat Diary’ tonight, here’s some photos of Nico Mirallegro’ messing with my film camera from last summer.
Ellen Page has come out as a gay woman. The star the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past made the announcement in a moving and deeply personal speech delivered at Time to THRIVE, a conference to promote the welfare of LGBT youth held at Bally’s Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
If I might nitpick your nitpick —
1. “I know you’re being burgled, but let me see if I can find an officer here who’s comfortable with helping yo — hello? Hello?”
2. “I know you’re bleeding to death — and there is this Hippocratic oath and all — but let me see if I can find a Doctor here’s who’s comfortable — hello? Hello?”
3. Saying “there is no mention of segregation in the bill itself” is a fairly disingenuous way to read the bill, and — since you’re responding anonymously — I have a hunch you might know that, too. Other bills in the past that have earned that descriptor don’t use the word “segregation,” but — what are we really talking about here? A potential widespread burden placed on the lives of the LGBT community because of … what, exactly?
What name should we give this proposed law —
Notwithstanding any other provision of law, no individual or religious entity shall be required by any governmental entity to do any of the following, if it would be contrary to the sincerely held religious beliefs of the individual or religious entity regarding sex or gender:
(a) Provide any services, accommodations, advantages, facilities, goods, or privileges; provide counseling, adoption, foster care and other social services; or provide employment or employment benefits, related to, or related to the celebration of, any marriage, domestic partnership, civil union or similar arrangement;
(b) solemnize any marriage, domestic partnership, civil union or similar arrangement;
— and why is it okay ‘as long as it doesn’t end in a lawsuit?’ What is “services?” What is “advantages?” What is “facilities?” What are “goods?” Laws can be written with great attention to specificity and great attention to vagueness. Can you tell me what you think this law thinks “services,” “facilities,” and “goods” are?
I have read the bill. It’s a silly bill. It shouldn’t reach Sam Brownback’s desk.
I don’t care what your beliefs are on gay marriage, gay people etc, if you fire someone for being gay, refuse them service, refuse them medical help, refuse them help for an emergency, then you, sir/mam, are an asshole. Have some decency. They’re human beings. We’re all human beings. Damn.
Okay, so the big recent news is: Kansas has decided to make things hard for queer people! Again! Well done Kansas.
As a queer Kansan, this concerns me. I’m fortunate enough to live in Lawrence, which is relatively queer friendly, as mid-sized midwestern towns go, and am employed by the…
Okay so there’s a text post going around about the anti-gay segregation bill in Kansas that has over 40,000 notes already. You can read about what’s going on here. It’s very likely that it’s going to get passed, and the bill is extremely unlawful, with many loopholes to discourage any action…