Now I’m no heterophobe, but in a hetero relationship, like… which one’s the man and which one’s the other man?
Baby ducks are ruining the sanctity of marriage.
God damn motherduckers
adam and eve, not huey and louie
(Source: mymagicaljourney, via kadaver)
Why Are You Arguing Against Gay Marriage?
Because It Will Destroy The Traditional Meaning of Marriage:
I think you will find that actual 'traditional marriage' was a woman's father signing over ownership of her to the husband that he has picked out. Thank god we have moved on from such outdated 'traditions', right?
The Bible Says It's Wrong:
The bible doesn't actually say anything about gay marriage. It does however say that you shall not wear clothing of mixed fabrics (Deuteronomy 22:11), guess we're all going straight to hell!
Because Being Gay Is Unnatural:
Homosexuality is found in over 450 species. Homophobia is only found in one- i think it is clear which is more unnatural.
Because Gay Men Are Sexual Predators:
Male rape is most commonly committed by heterosexual men (McMullen 1990). Better keep your back against that wall for the rest of your life!
Because Gay Sex Is Disgusting:
If you have ever jerked off to a little bit of girl on girl action or if you have ever had heteronormative anal sex then your argument is immediately invalid.
Because Gay People Are Icky:
Well.. At least your honest but i personally find homophobics icky and you're still allowed to get married.
Because Innocent Children Might Re-enact Gay Marriage Scenes At School And It Will Turn Our Kids Gay:
You're really more comfortable with children acting out gun fights than acting out a display of love? Pretending to be gun-touting criminals doesn't turn children into gun-touting criminals. Pretending to be a pony doesn't turn children into ponies. Heck, how many LGBT people re-enacted heteronormative marriages when they were kids? You should really look up the definition of 'pretend'.
Because I'm a Dick:
Glad you admit it.
My baby brother’s first girlfriend recently confessed to thinking they were actually a boy. I asked my brother if this bothered him. His response was:
“Well, yeah. If I had have known they were a boy when we were going out, I would have said I had a boyfriend, not a girlfriend.”
He was ten.
When my mom’s out in public, she sends me pictures of lesbians she sees.
Jesus I envy that relationship.
this is like the time when my mum took me bra shopping and the girl measuring me up was a lesbian and my mum said to me “i’ll go take a walk around the shop so you can talk to this nice young girl” and gave me a look as if to say “chat her up”.
My mum tries to push me towards cute possibly gay girls and then disappears. She did it in Primark once and I found her hiding behind a pile of knickers, watching me.
i love all of your moms
dear straight people
- stop saying the gays
- stop saying my gays
dear gay people
1. stop saying straight people
2. we’re all human
YOU JUST SAID “gay people” AND THEN SAID NOT TO SAY “straight people” OH MY GOD
WE HAVE REACHED PEAK LIBERAL
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no see lesbians are not more accepted than gay men they’re more sexualized please do not get those 2 things confused
I actually had a sort of argument with this closeted bisexual guy I used to know. Once he found out that I was queer, he confided in me that he’s had a few “gay” experiences and was interested. I don’t even remember how we got on the topic about being more honest with his identity, but he told me that he couldn’t because people look down on it and would discriminate him and stuff.
He went on to say that it was easier for women because they’re more accepted. At this point I got pretty annoyed with him and went into this whole speech about how no, they’re just more sexualised in the media, not necessarily more accepted. It was the last time we spoke lmao.
utah pride festival in salt lake city. june 2 2013. images here and here
"Not queer like gay. queer like, escaping definition. Queer like some sort of fluidity and limitlessness at once. Queer like a freedom too strange to be conquered. Queer like the fearlessness to imagine what love can look like… and pursue it."Brandon Wint
(Source: etiquette-etc, via vulgar-prince)