southernish:

partysoft:

butchrag:

this is just as bad as the tea party.
divide and conquer.
i take great offense to this, in fact.
some of my most trusted, accepting, loving and amazingly supportive friends are “heterosexual”.
when we reject labels, we avoid turning into the very people who hate us.  
love is the greatest political ideology that you can adopt because it’s also the one you’re most afraid to take on.

oh fuck you and your disingenuous comparisons
from the same zine [warning for anti-queer violence]:

They’ve taught us that good queers don’t get mad. They’ve taught us so well that we not only hide our anger from them, we hide it from each other. WE EVEN HIDE IT FROM OURSELVES. We hide it with substance abuse and suicide and overarhcieving in the hope of proving our worth. They bash us and stab us and shoot us and bomb us in ever increasing numbers and still we freak out when angry queers carry banners or signs that say BASH BACK. For the last decade they let us die in droves and still we thank President Bush for planting a fucking tree, applaud him for likening PWAs to car accident victims who refuse to wear seatbelts. LET YOURSELF BE ANGRY. Let yourself be angry that the price of our visibility is the constant threat of violence, anti- queer violence to which practically every segment of this society contributes. Let yourself feel angry that THERE IS NO PLACE IN THIS COUNTRY WHERE WE ARE SAFE, no place where we are not targeted for hatred and attack, the self-hatred, the suicide —- of the closet. The next time some straight person comes down on you for being angry, tell them that until things change, you don’t need any more evidence that the world turns at your expense. You don’t need to see only hetero couple grocery shopping on your TV … You don’t want any more baby pictures shoved in your face until you can have or keep your own. No more weddings, showers, anniversaries, please, unless they are our own brothers and sisters celebrating. And tell them not to dismiss you by saying “You have rights,” “You have privileges,” “You’re overreacting,” or “You have a victim’s mentality.” Tell them “GO AWAY FROM ME, until YOU can change.” Go away and try on a world without the brave, strong queers that are its backbone, that are its guts and brains and souls. Go tell them go away until they have spent a month walking hand in hand in public with someone of the same sex. After they survive that, then you’ll hear what they have to say about queer anger.
Otherwise, tell them to shut up and listen


Straight people (and really, white straight people) truly cannot imagine a space that isn’t theirs because inherently everything is theirs. They cannot fathom a place where they’re not welcome. I mean c’mon, they’re just having fun! They love drag queens! They watch Rupaul’s Drag Race! What’s the harm in that right? They literally have no understanding of what it’s like to feel uncomfortable, unwelcome, even unsafe in the majority of public spaces so the importance, even the concept, of a safe space is lost on them.
ag0n:

crooks-elite:

hiphopmusicblog:

government should be terrified of their people.

Dont ever be one of the guys that come after

that’s what i’m talking about 
imsoshive:

zellehc:

prettybrown-round:

poo-sea:

bamalam31:

jerrodkun:

Please send help

Yall aint shit

im done

omgggg

Omfg

what kinda pose is that though? lmao
survivingzack:

beautifulgodzilla:

THIS TOOK A FAR DIFFERENT TURN THEN I EXPECTED

this took a far better turn then i expected
Bae: take the stairs with me instead of the escalator.
Me: naw you good. Meet you downstairs
ruggerwords:

cchhrriisss:

obsidiian:

awwww-cute:

Won’t settle for another spot

I NEED ONE

OH MY GOD

COCKTAIL WEENIE! 😄😄

monicaivette:

robably:

walking to the toilet after he nuts inside you

image

OMFG

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