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neymarcentral:

This is how Team Brazil deals with (tiny) pitch invaders, Johannesburg, 2014.03.05

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danfreakindavis:

someone help i just ate an entire watermelon and i just cut open a second one

update: i’m out of watermelon


make watermelon clothes



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cherry-dicksicle:

danfreakindavis:

timecourier:

danfreakindavis:

danfreakindavis:

someone help i just ate an entire watermelon and i just cut open a second one

update: i’m out of watermelon

make watermelon clothes

how does one not reblog this

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awkwardsituationist:

Storm over the Serengeti. Photos by Nick Nichols

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gaywrites:

The Louisiana House yesterday voted to uphold an unconstitutional state ban on sodomy — essentially political jargon for gay sex — as part of its “crimes against nature” law. 

In Lawrence v. Texas in 2003, the Supreme Court ruled that sodomy bans are unconstitutional. But a handful of states, including Louisiana, refuse to change their anti-sodomy laws. While the statute technically can’t be used as a basis to arrest people, Louisiana deputies have reportedly made sodomy-related arrests recently, inciting a lawmaker to try to repeal it. 

Against all logic or reason, on Tuesday, the state House voted 66-27 to keep the anti-sodomy law in place. 

In a letter urging Louisiana lawmakers to reject the proposal, the influential Christian lobbying organization wrote, “Louisiana’s anti-sodomy statute is consistent with the values of Louisiana residents who consider this behavior to be dangerous, unhealthy, and immoral.”

In a hearing earlier this month, Bill Smith, a member of the Louisiana Family Forum, told committee members that anti-sodomy laws save the lives of gay people by decreasing their exposure to HIV.

"I have homosexuals in my family. I’m here out of love and concern for the health of these people," Smith said in April. “The fact is this opens up ways for them to really kill themselves.”

I want to scream and cry and throw things. 

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Where they have burned books, they will end in burning human beings. - Heinrich Heine

Where they have burned books, they will end in burning human beings. - Heinrich Heine

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Unbetitelt ist heute 4 geworden!

Unbetitelt ist heute 4 geworden!

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myselfisme:

Don’t Say “That’s So Gay” Campaign (Wanda Sykes) [ x ]

How about a round of applause.

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pomfcat:

Such polite barks

he gets up all excited the last time like YEAH I’M GONNA SPEAK YEAH WATCH THIS

"…….wuf"

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vagiants:

I never get tired of this

vagiants:

I never get tired of this

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gaywrites:


The challenges that confront gay, bisexual, and transgender males of color are daunting and specific, and therefore require solutions that are bold and precise. Foundation support targeting GBT males of color is minimal, and the bulk of it comes from HIV/AIDS-focused funders. 
Funders committed to addressing criminal justice, economically disadvantaged populations, the academic achievement gap, and health disparities need to think strategically about the ways that gay, bi, and trans males of color are disproportionately affected by these issues. In particular, GBT males of color should be intentionally and proactively included in the efforts of foundations and policymakers to improve the lives of boys and young men of color. (via Funders for LGBTQ Issues)

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gaywrites:

The challenges that confront gay, bisexual, and transgender males of color are daunting and specific, and therefore require solutions that are bold and precise. Foundation support targeting GBT males of color is minimal, and the bulk of it comes from HIV/AIDS-focused funders.

Funders committed to addressing criminal justice, economically disadvantaged populations, the academic achievement gap, and health disparities need to think strategically about the ways that gay, bi, and trans males of color are disproportionately affected by these issues. In particular, GBT males of color should be intentionally and proactively included in the efforts of foundations and policymakers to improve the lives of boys and young men of color. (via Funders for LGBTQ Issues)

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