"I can’t speak for other bisexual people, but I go through cyclical kinds of sexuality: a while liking men, a transitional period where men and women are equally attractive, full on love for women. These cycle through without warning or definite duration. What do I do if, someday soon, I wake up and have to tell my partner that I’m no longer attracted to him, because another side of me has kicked in? I feel guilty that I may never be able to have a stable relationship, and that I’m a terrible partner as a result."
—My Bisexual Guilt, Persephone Magazine (2012)

(Source: bisexualftw)

"What do you mean you don’t believe in homosexuality? It’s not like the Easter Bunny, your belief isn’t necessary."
—Lea DeLaria (via lgbtlaughs)
lgbtlaughs:

[Screenshot of numerous Twitter users misspelling “vicariously” as “bicuriously” in various situations, accompanied by a picture of a girl kissing another girl’s cheek.]

lgbtlaughs:

[Screenshot of numerous Twitter users misspelling “vicariously” as “bicuriously” in various situations, accompanied by a picture of a girl kissing another girl’s cheek.]

ihaveabsolutelynoidea:

Things that are not inherently awful or something you should feel ashamed of:

  • being white
  • being male
  • being cisgendered
  • being straight or heteronormative
  • being able bodied
  • being neurotypical
  • being conventionally attractive

Things that suck and you should feel ashamed of:

  • denying the privilege that comes with being any of those things
  • attempting to highlight your thoughts, views, ideas, experiences, etc, over those of the people you have privilege over when discussing their oppression
  • complaining whenever someone of the oppressed group calls you out
  • mislabeling, misgendering, or using slurs to refer to said oppressed group
  • trying to showcase your allyship by over-exaggerating your beliefs or vying for attention for acting like a decent person 

It’s really that simple. 

I really needed to see this post. I know you rebloged it, but thank Kaira.

lgbtlaughs:

[Drawing of a sailor on top of a ship. An american flag waves on the ship. The sailor is ponting ahead and saying “San Francisco! 250 nautical miles due east!” Caption: “Their GPS disconnected, their radio dead, the crew if the Arizona are forced to use the only tool they have left: Dave’s Gaydar”]
[Via Lafrenteenalto]

lgbtlaughs:

[Drawing of a sailor on top of a ship. An american flag waves on the ship. The sailor is ponting ahead and saying “San Francisco! 250 nautical miles due east!” Caption: “Their GPS disconnected, their radio dead, the crew if the Arizona are forced to use the only tool they have left: Dave’s Gaydar”]

[Via Lafrenteenalto]

liquorinthefront:

Hillary Clinton’s Landmark Speech to the UN on LGBT Rights


This is amazing and powerful. Listen to it and pass it on. It needs to be heard.

(Source: towleroad.com)

Dawn Theme finely crafted by Kulor