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humansofnewyork:

"I know this isn’t going to be a popular opinion, but I’m gay, and I don’t think there’s nearly as much discrimination as people claim. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve experienced discrimination. But it hasn’t been a huge factor in my life. I feel like a lot of people bring discrimination on themselves by getting in people’s faces too much. They like to say: ‘Accept me or else!’ They go around demanding respect as a member of a group, instead of earning respect as an individual. And that sort of behavior invites discrimination. I’ve never demanded respect because I was gay, and I haven’t experienced much discrimination when people find out that I am."

Oh hi there white dude. Choice gig we got, amirite? Especially when it cross-pollinates. If your top two privileges mitigate any minority status you might have, go right ahead and attribute success to your sweet-ass temperament. And while we’re at it, let’s pretend class hasn’t played a role, either.
But you should keep on condescending to those who carry torches and pitchforks, while you fight the Good Fight in that bastion of intolerance, New York fucking City, for chrissakes.

humansofnewyork:

"I know this isn’t going to be a popular opinion, but I’m gay, and I don’t think there’s nearly as much discrimination as people claim. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve experienced discrimination. But it hasn’t been a huge factor in my life. I feel like a lot of people bring discrimination on themselves by getting in people’s faces too much. They like to say: ‘Accept me or else!’ They go around demanding respect as a member of a group, instead of earning respect as an individual. And that sort of behavior invites discrimination. I’ve never demanded respect because I was gay, and I haven’t experienced much discrimination when people find out that I am."

Oh hi there white dude. Choice gig we got, amirite? Especially when it cross-pollinates. If your top two privileges mitigate any minority status you might have, go right ahead and attribute success to your sweet-ass temperament. And while we’re at it, let’s pretend class hasn’t played a role, either.

But you should keep on condescending to those who carry torches and pitchforks, while you fight the Good Fight in that bastion of intolerance, New York fucking City, for chrissakes.

Everyone Thinks I'm Gay (But I'm Not)

Whoa.
Soderbergh’s new film about Liberace has been labeled by the studios as TOO GAY FOR THEATERS. That’s like saying your beer tastes too much like beer.
Incidentally, I believe that’s a 1967 C2 Corvette coupe. Could be wrong.

Whoa.

Soderbergh’s new film about Liberace has been labeled by the studios as TOO GAY FOR THEATERS. That’s like saying your beer tastes too much like beer.

Incidentally, I believe that’s a 1967 C2 Corvette coupe. Could be wrong.

His message is always the same:

Make It Work.

thedailywhat:

Counter-Protest Sign of the Day: What, what, what are you doing, Fred Phelps? Look at your life, look at your choices.
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thedailywhat:

Counter-Protest Sign of the Day: What, what, what are you doing, Fred Phelps? Look at your life, look at your choices.

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thedailywhat:

Tweet of the Day: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid responds to Lady Gaga via Twitter on the subject of domestic policy.
I’m not sure how I feel about this.

thedailywhat:

Tweet of the Day: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid responds to Lady Gaga via Twitter on the subject of domestic policy.

I’m not sure how I feel about this.

I brought up something new tonight…

amberofthismoment:

Over a few beers, I suddenly started spouting off about how my mom hasn’t met Casey after dating for a year and how much it bothers me that her side of the family doesn’t accept me and how I could be fired, legally, at any moment for being gay. I almost brought my drinking buddies to tears. Then I realized what a downer I was being and changed the subject.

But I’m still thinking about it.

Fury.

To paraphrase a great leader:
There is no substitute for having one of your own at the table.

To paraphrase a great leader:

There is no substitute for having one of your own at the table.

If you utter the words “activist judge” today, be prepared for your grandchildren to use the word “bigot” tomorrow.

The name of the band is Excuses for Skipping, and it must be said, they do a fairly bitchin synth cover of Don’t Stop Believin’.

The name of the band is Excuses for Skipping, and it must be said, they do a fairly bitchin synth cover of Don’t Stop Believin’.

You can see the lesbian marching band, dressed in white, tearing it up.
But do you see the enormous breast costumes in the lower right?
Well, now, sure.

You can see the lesbian marching band, dressed in white, tearing it up.

But do you see the enormous breast costumes in the lower right?

Well, now, sure.

Son, one day more lesbians than you can possibly imagine will march to your door.

Son, one day more lesbians than you can possibly imagine will march to your door.