(Above: Left - Kate, my girlfriend, Middle - Calliope, our furbaby, Right - Kate, me, blogger)

I'm a gay housewife in chronic pain who loves Jesus, ladies, and music. I do me rather unapologetically. Deal, gurl.

 

real-justice-waluigi:

misandry-mermaid:


Anon asks:

(Please answer privately or with anon) While I was in Gym in school, I heard somebody make homophobic and sexist remarks. Not controlling myself, I hit them in the head with my gym bag. I didn’t get in trouble, since I didn’t do it too hard since I almost never get angry, but what do you think would’ve been a better way to deal with it?

Hit them harder.


oh, Jesus Christ.
What is up with all the popular “social justice” people on Tumblr suggesting violence as a way to solve problems?  First Wario, now this.
NO. NOT VIOLENCE.  Hitting people and intimidating them into pretending to believe what you want them to believe is so Nineteen Eighty-Four.
Be a fucking adult.  Talk to them.  Explain to them why those remarks are harmful and why they’re being a bigot.  And if they still refuse to understand, let it go.  Hitting them isn’t going to solve the problem.  It’s not going to suddenly make them less homophobic.  

real-justice-waluigi:

misandry-mermaid:

Anon asks:
(Please answer privately or with anon) While I was in Gym in school, I heard somebody make homophobic and sexist remarks. Not controlling myself, I hit them in the head with my gym bag. I didn’t get in trouble, since I didn’t do it too hard since I almost never get angry, but what do you think would’ve been a better way to deal with it?
Hit them harder.

oh, Jesus Christ.

What is up with all the popular “social justice” people on Tumblr suggesting violence as a way to solve problems?  First Wario, now this.

NO. NOT VIOLENCE.  Hitting people and intimidating them into pretending to believe what you want them to believe is so Nineteen Eighty-Four.

Be a fucking adult.  Talk to them.  Explain to them why those remarks are harmful and why they’re being a bigot.  And if they still refuse to understand, let it go.  Hitting them isn’t going to solve the problem.  It’s not going to suddenly make them less homophobic.  

alisonwonderlandx0:

a-queen-named-kingsley:

mymodernmet:

Lifestyle photographer Grace Chon recently turned the camera on her 10-month-old baby Jasper and their 7-year-old rescue dog Zoey, putting them side-by-side in the some of the most adorable portraits ever.

omfg I so have to do this with King and Bruno

I’M DEAD. I AM NO LONGER LIVING

mirahxox:

carlyisaround:

ryanjamesyezak:

This Anna Kendrick Little Mermaid SNL sketch is impossible to find (NBC ran into some legal issues with Disney)… watch while you can!

"Why would I need your hair? Mine is GORGEOUS! I mean it’s white, slicked straight up, & buzzed on the sides."

Dear NBC, it was worth every penny.

ohhhhhmyyyyyyyygodddddddd
this is too fantastic for words.

tittiesandkittiesandbeer:

meowkait:

television show idea;

men who relentlessly pursue people with inappropriate messages on ok cupid are forced to read everything they’ve said in front of a live studio audience.

YES

Open House

Tonight we had two of our friends from Duke over for dinner. We’ve gotten together with them in the past to smoke cigars and talk, but this was the first time they came to our apartment.

I made spaghetti and that totally delicious-but-terrible-for-you frozen Texas toast garlic bread. They brought salad and cookies (which we ate separately). We sat around our dinner table eating pasta, drinking wine (I had a Tom Collins for the first time and it was great), and laughing and talking.

A few days ago I read a quote from someone who I can’t remember, but they said something like, “there is no love as fierce as the love between two women who have chosen to call one another sisters.” There aren’t many women in my life who I have chosen to call my sisters, but these two are definitely hovering around that rank in my book. We talk openly and honestly about our lives without fear of judgement. We talk about race and love and religion and education and health and hospitals and children. We laugh hysterically, we drink lightly, and we smoke fat cigars on the porch.

I am so honored to have such wonderful friends in my life, and I am so blessed to have the means to entertain them in my home with the love of my life. Despite all the problems and limitations caused by my chronic pain I truly have a top-notch group of family and friends supporting me, and they make everything surrounding my problems with pain not only livable but enjoyable.

baruch haShem, l’olam va’ed.