Anonymous asked: “have you seen the blog the wolves against homosexuality?”

Hello anon,

Thanks for informing me, and I did check out the blog after your message and find some of the posts quite disturbing. There were images and some replies to questions that are just full of hatred, and clearly the blog is more than just “innocently expressing their opinions”. The blog even goes further than just homosexuality, one question from a trans* individual was answered with “you have a mental illness” or an image showing a rainbow flag being burnt and a caption that says “this pleases me”.

For me, such behaviour is not expressing an opinion but rather spreading hatred, which are all against Tumblr’s community guidelines. I did compile an e-mail with references to some posts including the ones I mentioned above and asked for the blog to be analysed for its compliance with those guidelines and to be taken down if it is found to be abusive of those guidelines.

Thanks for letting me know and I hope it will be taken seriously as soon as possible. If any update on the issue takes place, I will let you know.

Best wishes.

1 day ago · 8 notes

Images are from the 3rd episode of first season of the TV show titled “Please Like Me”.

P.S. I recently discovered the show and started watching and I really loved it, so make sure to check it out. For more information, you can check out the title’s page on IMDb here.

2 days ago · 144,493 notes · Source · Reblogged from youcolormein

tyleroakley:

"How Not To React When Your Son Is Gay"

My heart breaks while watching this video. If you’re reading this and need support, please contact The Trevor Project. They are the leading national organization for crisis & suicide prevention - they are there to talk, 24/7 - confidential and free.

Warning: Disturbing audio and language

According to sources (both his friends and boyfriend) he is in a safe place now and removed from the situation. To support him, a GoFundMe project has been started by his friends to assist him with living expenses, which you can check out here.

Please remember that if you are in need of support, you can contact organizations such as Trevor Project 24/7.

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3 days ago · 71 notes

Sassy Gay Friend - It Gets Better

Sassy Gay Friend is a series of videos on YouTube, starring Brian Gallivan,  published on The Second City Network. Although this video is relatively old (published on October 9, 2010) I recently came across with it and really liked it, so I wanted to share it with you, too.

You can check out the videos of ‘Sassy Gay Friend’ here, which are absolutely hilarious.

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Jodie Foster and her wife Alexandra Hedison, at Emmys after party.

Jodie Foster and her wife Alexandra Hedison, at Emmys after party.

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Jim Parsons & his boyfriend, Todd Spiewak, before Emmys.

Jim Parsons & his boyfriend, Todd Spiewak, before Emmys.

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Oh, yeah. That was actually my born-again Christian friends that didn’t approve of that one, and yeah, that was my born-again Christian youth group I was in. Very twisted. I fell in love when I was 16 and had this major crush on… I guess he was a drag queen? He was bisexual and a ballerina, and this was while I was at the Atlantic Theater Company in Vermont. We used to go to this gay club and I’d dance with him all night, four nights a week. I was so in love with him and thought, “There’s no way this guy’s going to hell,” because in my church, it was, “Anybody who’s gay is going to hell” and “Premarital sex is evil,” and I thought, “There’s no chance! This guy is amazing!” So that went right out the window.
—  Jessica Alba's response to question "In researching this piece, I read some interesting stuff about how you distanced yourself from the Church because of their treatment of women and sexuality—that you’d experienced criticism over playing a teen with an STD on Chicago Hope, and that the men in your church were very creepy towards you." in an interview with The Daily Beast.

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