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I didn’t unfollow you. I unfollowed who you became.

"The lessons of my father were not unique to him, nor will this be the last we hear of his words, which are echoed from pulpits as close as other churches in Topeka, Kansas, where WBC headquarters remain, and as far away as Uganda. Let’s end the support of hateful and divisive teachings describing the LGBT community as “less than,” “sinful,” or “abnormal.” Embrace the LGBT community as our equals, our true brothers and sisters, by promoting equal rights for everyone, without exception. My father was a man of action, and I implore us all to embrace that small portion of his faulty legacy by doing the same."
Nate Phelps, estranged son of Westboro Baptist Church founder Fred Phelps, in a public statement on his father’s death. Well said, sir. (via Friendly Atheist)  (via gaywrites)

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Do you ever start to write a message to a blog you love and then stop because you went too creepy?


"Hi I really like your blog and…"

 and you just stop and go - no, too creepy.  So you go..

"I see you like some of the stuff I like…"


"I’m sorry I keep reblogging and liking everything you do…"

and you feel genuinely embarrassed about it, and you look at it and just think you’re a creepy weirdo. So you don’t send it ‘cause you don’t wanna freak these people out. And you try to reblog and liking things from sombody else ‘cause you don’t wanna come on too strong. And then you’re going through your dash and you just get the urge to go up to a blog and going..

"You’re pretty!"

and then there’s 

"I love this blog! I love you! I love you sooo much! We should be friends! Where do you live?"

and that’s basically my dating life in a nutshell.



Watch the whole talk here»

This guy stopped watching porn — and he wants you to know why. Gender activist Ran Gavrieli felt that most of the images he saw in porn encouraged negative, even violent, attitudes toward women, despite a recent wave of feminist porn. So he pulled the plug, and found that his personal sex life and private fantasies became much more fulfilling.

In his talk at TEDxJaffa, he advocates for physically and emotionally-safe sex, as well as erotica that shows a wider range of fulfilling sexual experiences — including the intimacy of human connection, laughter, and touch. Watch his talk here.

There are plenty of ex porn stars who have said pretty much the same based on their experiences in the industry, like Danielle “Queen B” Williams. Yet there are people in these notes behaving like this guy doesn’t know what he’s talking about and is a sex negative asshole instead of someone who’s actually actively removing himself from contributing to an industry that overwhelmingly exploits women. He’s making the effort to stop funding and participating in sexploitation and human trafficking and people are behaving like he’s being a terrible human being.

  • a group of guys going out:hell yeah man i'm gonna get fucked up and if i find a hot girl i wanna take home i might need a wingman just fyi
  • a group of girls going out:okay ladies remember we're going in in formation B so we don't lose sight of one another, but if there's any trouble we decided on secret hand gesture alpha-6. don't accept drinks from anybody, we just can't risk it tonight. stacey, did you print out the blueprints of the frat house? oh i see you color coded it so we know which areas have the highest population density and which rooms are well lit, excellent. marie i need that report on incidents of date rape from the last five years. thanks. alright, i think we're all set then. remember the buddy system. let's have a wild night ladies, but stay safe.

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Watch These 4 Girls Destroy The Female Stereotype Like The Monsters They Are 

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These four amazing girls from the DC Youth Slam Team  give new meaning to the word “monster” just in time for Halloween. Tell ‘em girls.