I may or may not have my eyes on a special guy right now…who may or may not have the same eyes for me…time will tell :) but sorry anon. If it’s any consolation, you’ve given my much entertainment this past year.
An Arabic poetry by Nizar Qabbani, a poet from Syria in “Kitab al-Hubb” on the phrase 40.
Man uses American flag to assault civil rights activist.
American politics in one image.
this covers every argument against gay marriage and completely destroys it this is a very good post
I am glad that this is not what I expected it to be.
same i was about to scroll past in disgust
You’d think a pro gay marriage post would know how to spell Britney Spears’ name. Show some fucking respect.
White people get mad when you wear a band t shirt of a band you don’t listen to, but they’re fine with wearing headdresses from cultures they know and care nothing about.
Winter Warmer ‘12
- My Identity Is Not A Costume for You To Wear!
- On why prancing around in a headdress and war paint isn’t ~appreciating~ “native culture”
- An Open Letter to Non-Natives in Headdresses
- Redface - The history of racist Indian stereotypes [link may not work due to exceeded monthly bandwith limit, but check anyway]
الحب لا يعرف قدره إلا عند وقت الفراقLove knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.
International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia. May 17, 2013.
“The Annual Review 2013 uncovers the real situation of LGBTI people beyond laws and gives us the whole picture of what it is like to be an LGBTI person in Europe today. The picture is far from satisfactory. While some countries are scoring high on the Rainbow Map because they have good laws, the situation on the ground often is very different. Even in countries with the most advanced laws and policies, there is a surprisingly high percentage of LGBTI people who are adjusting their behaviours on a daily basis because they fear violence and harassment when in public.”