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sexyjusticewarrior:

galaxypug:

I was watching Just Married with this guy once and at that bit on the wedding night when Ashton Kutcher lays his head on Brittany Murphy’s chest to sleep he was like ‘isn’t that the wrong way round? girls are supposed to sleep on the guy’s chest’ and that’s why straight people are weird.

A couple I know were having trouble holding hands because the boy was insisting that his hand was supposed to go in front

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4 hours ago
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nappynomad:

I’ve come to a point in my life where when I realize I am not wanted/respected, I will leave. I feel no point in trying to get people to understand me and like me. I leave. That’s it.

This is how I feel about the industries, titles, authors/creators, and/or even fandoms that…

18 hours ago
394
believe-out-loud:

Gay Games 2014: Sponsored By Cleveland’s United Church Of Christ by Rev. Dr. J. Bennett Guess
A generation of young Americans is rejecting Christianity because they widely perceive it to be anti-gay and, as such, “shallow,” “anti-intellectual,” “insincere,” and even “hypocritical.”
That wasn’t the finding of some ultraliberal gay group, but rather the conclusion reached by conservative Christian pollsters, the Barna Group, who conducted a groundbreaking study in the mid-2000s and found “overwhelmingly negative views” of Christians by many millennials and generation Xers, tied closely to the faith’s perceived anti-gay bias.
As an openly gay clergyperson, I wasn’t all that surprised by the findings, because I straddle these two seemingly opposing worlds.
I live my life in the crossfire, and I’ve experienced the anti-gay vitriol often associated with anything and everything “church”…
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Photo Source: theunquietlibrarian

believe-out-loud:

Gay Games 2014: Sponsored By Cleveland’s United Church Of Christ by Rev. Dr. J. Bennett Guess

A generation of young Americans is rejecting Christianity because they widely perceive it to be anti-gay and, as such, “shallow,” “anti-intellectual,” “insincere,” and even “hypocritical.”

That wasn’t the finding of some ultraliberal gay group, but rather the conclusion reached by conservative Christian pollsters, the Barna Group, who conducted a groundbreaking study in the mid-2000s and found “overwhelmingly negative views” of Christians by many millennials and generation Xers, tied closely to the faith’s perceived anti-gay bias.

As an openly gay clergyperson, I wasn’t all that surprised by the findings, because I straddle these two seemingly opposing worlds.

I live my life in the crossfire, and I’ve experienced the anti-gay vitriol often associated with anything and everything “church”…

Read More

Photo Source: theunquietlibrarian

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