afterellen:

Watch Now! “What to Expect: When You Tell Someone You’re a Lesbian”

When you come out as a lesbian, just expect many different reactions from so many different people.

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purpleninjacats:

the-unpopular-opinions:

Nothing grinds my gears more when I hear lesbians say “Bisexual girls don’t know what they want, one minute they are with a guy then next they are with a girl then they are with a guy” or “I would never date a bisexual girl, because she might leave me for a man.”
Yeah um, NO SHIT THERE IS A POSSIBILITY SHE MIGHT LEAVE YOU FOR A MAN, ESPECIALLY IF A MAN COMES IN HER LIFE AND HE’S MORE DESIRABLE THAN YOU ARE. I also find it hilarious how lesbians get pissed when other bisexuals leaves a woman for a man saying “SHE’S NOT REALLY EVEN GAY”. You are absolutely right she’s not gay! She’s— get ready for it—  SHE’S BISEXUAL.Bisexuality means she’s attracted to both men and women, but for some reason lesbians think that bisexual either means “secretly lesbian” or “straight girl playing games”. I am a lesbian myself, but I’m intelligent enough to realize that bisexual women are just that— BISEXUAL. I have no problems dating a bisexual woman. Sure, there’s a possibility she might leave me for a man, and sure I’ll be upset, but I won’t be upset because she left me for a MAN. I’ll be heartbroken because she left me. There’s a possibility she could also leave me for another woman as well. There’s a possibility she might not leave me alone. If you don’t want to date a bisexual girl, that’s your choice. There’s a possibility you might be giving up someone who could be the most amazing person ever over something so petty, but it’s your choice. I would gladly take a kind hearted bisexual over a bitchy lesbian any day. 
Bitches need to go on Blue’s Clues and sit in the thinking chair, because obviously there’s not much thinking going on outside of it. 

I’m having a hard time understanding why people can’t grasp the idea of bisexuality. I like penises, AND vaginas. What more is there to explain?

purpleninjacats:

the-unpopular-opinions:

Nothing grinds my gears more when I hear lesbians say “Bisexual girls don’t know what they want, one minute they are with a guy then next they are with a girl then they are with a guy” or “I would never date a bisexual girl, because she might leave me for a man.”

Yeah um, NO SHIT THERE IS A POSSIBILITY SHE MIGHT LEAVE YOU FOR A MAN, ESPECIALLY IF A MAN COMES IN HER LIFE AND HE’S MORE DESIRABLE THAN YOU ARE. I also find it hilarious how lesbians get pissed when other bisexuals leaves a woman for a man saying “SHE’S NOT REALLY EVEN GAY”. You are absolutely right she’s not gay! She’s— get ready for it—  SHE’S BISEXUAL.

Bisexuality means she’s attracted to both men and women, but for some reason lesbians think that bisexual either means “secretly lesbian” or “straight girl playing games”. 

I am a lesbian myself, but I’m intelligent enough to realize that bisexual women are just that— BISEXUAL. I have no problems dating a bisexual woman. Sure, there’s a possibility she might leave me for a man, and sure I’ll be upset, but I won’t be upset because she left me for a MAN. I’ll be heartbroken because she left me. There’s a possibility she could also leave me for another woman as well. There’s a possibility she might not leave me alone. 

If you don’t want to date a bisexual girl, that’s your choice. There’s a possibility you might be giving up someone who could be the most amazing person ever over something so petty, but it’s your choice. I would gladly take a kind hearted bisexual over a bitchy lesbian any day. 

Bitches need to go on Blue’s Clues and sit in the thinking chair, because obviously there’s not much thinking going on outside of it. 

I’m having a hard time understanding why people can’t grasp the idea of bisexuality. I like penises, AND vaginas. What more is there to explain?

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izabeau:

prozdvoices:

Request: Goofy sings BRING ME TO LIFE

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Anonymous asked:

I know you get asked to do Goofy too much, but a cover of Bring Me to Life would be hilarious <3

Let me transport you to a simpler time, where you’re putting the final touches on your Inuyasha AMV in Windows Movie Maker.

Welcome back to 2003.

My inner 12 yr is cryin rn.

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affably:

Twilight Lovers (1994) by Tina Fiveash
Inspired by ‘Girl’s Own’ annuals and the Australian Women’s Weekly magazine from the 1950s, Stories for Girls is a tongue-in-cheek attempt to recreate missing lesbian photographic history from an era where homosexuality was a criminal offense, and lesbians were forced to remain in the closet and keep their relationships hidden from society.

affably:

Twilight Lovers (1994) by Tina Fiveash

Inspired by ‘Girl’s Own’ annuals and the Australian Women’s Weekly magazine from the 1950s, Stories for Girls is a tongue-in-cheek attempt to recreate missing lesbian photographic history from an era where homosexuality was a criminal offense, and lesbians were forced to remain in the closet and keep their relationships hidden from society.

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rashadsays:

Took my girls out to play today.

rashadsays:

Took my girls out to play today.


team-free-plaid-shirts:

mynameisntgood:

gargoylesstandingonsuperheroes:

This should be an Industry Standard.

I volunteer.

That’s it. I’ve figured out what I want to do with my life.

team-free-plaid-shirts:

mynameisntgood:

gargoylesstandingonsuperheroes:

This should be an Industry Standard.

I volunteer.

That’s it. I’ve figured out what I want to do with my life.

(via kakakakelly)


chauvinistsushi:

catsbeaversandducks:

Shared Table Where People Can Work and Cats Can Wander

Via My Modern Met

kittyyyyy

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illuminarte:

asylum-art:

Tibetan Buddhist monks Create Mandalas Using Millions of Grains of Sand-The Mystical Arts

Imagine the amount of patience that’s required to create such highly detailed art such as this! To promote healing and world peace, a group of Tibetan Buddhist monks, from the Drepung Loseling Monastery in India, travel the world creating incredible mandalas using millions of grains of sand. For days or even weeks, the monks spend up to eight hours a day working on one mandala sand painting, pouring multicolored grains of sand onto a shared platform until it becomes a spectacular piece of art.

 

The most important part of this tradition is that after the work is complete, it is wiped away shortly after, to represent impermanence, and the meditative act of making art.

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thanoblesavage:

Before we were Black we were Moors.

thanoblesavage:

Before we were Black we were Moors.

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I am definitely a feminist. I’m f**king disgusted by the way women are still treated. It’s 1993 and some people still think we’re in the 1950’s. We need to make more progress. There needs to be more female musicians, more female artists, more female writers. Everything is dominated by f**king males, and I’m sick of it!
Kurt Cobain (via justinheaver)

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