- Wise Gay Men 3729 -
Wh is this so… Nice. You know?
In more ways than one, this is my home. Please be respectful of it and enjoy yourself.
This was inspired by something that recently happened to a friend. Might considering posting my source of inspiration for B if they still do not see the error of their ways after being informed by various people including the artist themselves. People. OTL
If anyone identifies with B please understand and change? I’m sure you’re not a jerk inside but just behaving so due to ignorance/convenience/pride/whatever. Do you really want to continue?
This drives me insane! I see people reposting my work ALL the time and this is EXACTLY how it makes me feel. Reblog my posts, retweet my tweets, sure. But don’t just put something I did on your page, even if you credit me. (Except for commissioners.) When you do that, I never get to see how people react and what people think of my work - that’s the whole reason I posted it in the first place.
Jesus was a homeless Palestinian anarchist who held protests at oppressive churches, advocated for universal health care and redistribution of wealth, before being arrested for terrorism, tortured and executed for crimes against the state, now go ahead and explain to me why he’d vote conservative. I’ll wait.
"The average prison sentence for men who kill their intimate partners is 2 to 6 years. Women who kill their partners are sentenced, on average, 15 to 17 years. A pair of Maryland cases vividly illustrates this inequality in sentencing. In one case, a judge in Baltimore County, Maryland sentenced Kenneth Peacock to 18 months for killing his unfaithful wife. The very next day, another judge in the same county sentenced Patricia Ann Hawkins to three years in prison for killing her abusive husband. Significantly, the prosecutor in the Peacock case requested a sentence twice as long as the one imposed, while the prosecutor in the Hawkins case requested one-third of the sentence imposed.”
“As many as 90% of the women in prison today  for killing men had been battered by those men.”
~ The Michigan Women’s Justice & Clemency Project
try and tell me sexism isn’t real
Hold the fucking phoneSo about that one song in Chicago
work it more than
make it hour
do it our
FASTER WORK IS
makes us never
I saw this on my phone and reblogged it as a joke because it made NO fucking sense hahahah
im on my phone and that is exactly what it looks like