I am so run down.
I wish my hair would dry in place like this. It never does.
I have to go see Martin now. Maybe for the last time. I’m sad, because he’s my best friend in Aberdeen. I’m so sad all the time nowadays.
“we shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, we shall fight in the fields and in the streets, we shall fight in the hills; we shall never surrender.” - winston churchill, 1940
freeman agyeman as adelaide “addie” shepard (x)
selma blair as kida shepard (x)
shannyn sossamon as noa shepard (x)
i love how greece sneaked up on us
like at first it was just this old guy playing a tiny ukelele thingie
and then bam
[HEAVY METAL SCREAM]
ALCOHOL ALCOHOL ALCOHOL IS FREE
Verka Serduchka - Dancing Lasha Tumbai
THE SINGLE GREATEST MOMENT FROM EUROVISION
If anyone ever asks what Eurovision is, you should just show them this.
Gianluca - Tomorrow (Eurovision 2013)
Requested for a Sweet Anon.
Excellent read: “It’s time to admit that Goth culture has a race problem…” by BedlamBedlam
(image: Model Kelly Palcy aka Ozmoz)
A teenager in Florida has been expelled from school and charged with two felonies simply because her girlfriend’s parents disapprove of their relationship. She now faces two years of house arrest and a year of probation.
Kaitlyn Hunt was a popular student at Sebastian River High School, participating in everything from cheerleading to basketball. Hunt began dating another female student and the latter girl’s parents became enraged, according to Hunt’s parents. Kaitlyn was 17 at the time the relationship began, while her girlfriend was 15. Upon Kaitlyn’s 18th birthday, her girlfriend’s parents sent the police to the Hunt home and the teenager was arrested.
Hunt was charged with two felony counts of lewd and lascivious battery on a child. Then, weeks before her graduation, Hunt was expelled from school.
“[The girlfriend’s parents] are out to destroy my daughter,” Hunt’s mother told the Examiner, “because they feel like she ‘made’ their daughter gay. They see being gay as wrong and they blame my daughter. Of course, I see it 100% differently. I don’t see or label these girls as gay. They are teenagers in high school experimenting with their sexuality — with mutual consent. And even if their daughter is gay, who cares? She is still their daughter.”
Infuriating. So many things wrong with this.
First, this is a case of homophobic parents blackmailing a girl they don’t like in a slimy, roundabout way that serves to mask their bigotry. I can’t believe what a cheap shot they took. Absolutely disgusting.
Second, “I don’t see these girls as gay”? Cool, thanks, Mom. Thank goodness she’s not disowning her daughter, but I don’t totally see this as being supportive either.
Third, there’s a petition circulating to drop or lessen the charges against Kaitlyn. Go sign it. And try not to lose faith in humanity, even though people like this exist.