Gay Relationships

docholligay asked:

In my AU headcanon, Mina would spend all of her time slipping sexual protection and blunts to Haruka's daughters.

Mina’s the one buying them all underaged alcohol. Mina’s the one who teaches them how to flirt effectively while in school instead of doing HW. How to beat arcade high scores. How to do the bare minimum to pass all your classes. When they get a SO, they use Mina as a cover to slip away and spend the night with them.

But Mina’s also the person they turn to when they get their heart broken for the first time and they feel as too hurt and embarrassed to tell their mothers about it. When they start really rebelling and treating their parents poorly (Haruka cries like once a week during those ages because “her babies hate her” its really melodramatic), Mina’s the one that sits them down and chews their ass out for being self-absorbed brats.

Mina treats them like she would have wanted to be treated that age. For better and for worse.

Thought of the Day

It’s funny how people think that you don’t have any worries just because you don’t have any financial problems or at least not big ones, without taking into consideration the chaos that is going on inside your mind… maybe I’m a little naive but in my opinion and experience there are worst things than financial struggle.

To that kind of people I say don’t disregard me and my life experiences just because you don’t see me struggle financially. Truth been told you don’t know what I’ve been through or how I got where I am now.

We come from different backgrounds and that’s ok it’s what makes life so beautiful the fact that we are able to share our experiences with others in the hope that they don’t struggle in the same way we did.

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BETTY WHITE ON MARRIAGE EQUALITY

She believes everyone should have the right to say “I do.”

"White’s status as a gay icon dates to the mid-80’s popularity of The Golden Girls. “Gays love old ladies,” she says of the phenomenon, which saw fans from West Hollywood to New York City turn on their TVs between 9 and 9:30 on Saturday nights to watch the exploits of Rose & Co. “I don’t care who anybody sleeps with. If a couple has been together all that time—and there are gay relationships that are more solid than some heterosexual ones—I think it’s fine if they want to get married. I don’t know how people can get so anti-something. Mind your own business, take care of your affairs, and don’t worry about other people so much.”

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