Five Ways to Spot Somebody Suffering from Transphobia
reblogging because my anons are fucking up.
I think the biggest reason I stopped going to church was because every time I went, the pastor would stand up and scold us. He’d talk about the rewards of Heaven that we’d earn if we were good, and the punishments of Hell we’d earn if we were bad. And I just…even as a kid, I’d never felt more like I was being condescended to. Like I needed treats dangled in front of me and the sting of a whip at my back to keep me on the straight and narrow. Never before have I been witness to a system of beliefs that puts so little stock into the fundamental goodness of people. Like, yeah, I know that not everyone is good at heart, but…maybe, instead of promising Paradise in exchange for people doing what you want, and promising hellfire if they don’t, you could, I don’t know…teach them to do good simply for the sake of doing good? Because it makes the world a better, safer, nicer place?
Just…for the amount of faith I was being told to put in God, they made it seem like He didn’t have much faith in me.
JUST LOOK HOW HAPPy omfg
one of your heroes, Han Solo, realized he was going to be friendzoned by the girl he likes and ACCEPTED it and chose not to call her a bitch, even promising to not get in their way as a couple.
Sincerely, Be Like HanHan
I think it’s the first time I see gifsets of this scene with comments that focus on how Han Solo respects Leia’s feelings instead of incest jokes. Kudos to you, tumblr user jamesfactscalvin :)
|—||Frankie Boyle (via katchemkillem)|
All I want to do is make a connection with an audience, and that comes from being a fan and being in the audience myself at the theater, at the movies. Movies can really touch people and when you see a good one or you see a great performance, it changes you. You feel like something’s been expressed that you understand by somebody else you’ve never met but they understand the same thing. That’s the part of doing this job that I love.
|—||Anneli Rufus (via cleamour)|
and I don’t need you or your benevolence to make sense.
|—||Morrissey (via crimewars)|
|—||Allison Brosh, Hyperbole and a Half: Unfortunate Situations, Flawed Coping Mechanisms, Mayhem, and Other Things That Happened. (via thingssheloves)|
do not underestimate how many times i can listen to a song in a row
or if you weren’t with me, how many times I’d stop midsong just to hear that part again sooner.
How to give head: A guide.