childern

Parents forcing their children out of the closet is a horrible situation to be in. If your child felt comfortable with you to tell you that they are gay, bi, lesbian or trans it’s not your business to tell anyone else unless they want you too. It should be something to talk about with your child to understand what they are going through and you should ask your child if they want to share that info with other members of the family. Respect your child’s privacy unless they do something legitimately wrong that breaks your trust. Being apart of the lgbt and being quiet about isn’t being dishonest nor a betrayal of anybody’s trust they probably scared to tell you cause they are afraid you won’t accept them. Let them come out when they’re ready.

Haikyuu Fics

kagehina:
> dork realises his feelings towards smol ball of sunshine
> two childern holding hands
> “dumbass!” freeform

iwaoi:
> 94% angst
> 5% cuddles + angst
> 1% did i mention angst in the tags bc there’s angst
(bonus: major character death)
> AU galore
+ “rude, iwa-chan!”

daisuga:
> I AM STRAIGHt well hello there
> 40% sinnamon suga

asanoya:
> oh shit i like him but he’s like a friend to me and friends don’t do that what do i do and oh god here he comes i am totally not freaking out - asahi

bokuroo:
> bro
> dude
> man
> we should fuck

tsukkiyama:
> shut up yamaguchi i love you
> the fluff is strong in this one

bokuaka:
> AKAAAASHI I LOVE YOU or *bokuto hiding behind kuroo everytime he sees akaashi bc he can’t handle his feelings* - there is no in between
> the shitty (but effective) matchmaker kuroo tetsurou
> flustered owls + pda

kuroken:
> NOTICE ME KENMA
> “one minute, i need to clear this round”

ushioi:
> sin
+ a surprising amount of teeth rotting fluff
> ushiwaka

kurodai:
> flustered daichi/kuroo
> nerds @ college AU
> “holy shit those thighs” - kuroo

kurotsukki:
> sNARKy fluff
> saltyshima supreme
> ya’ll need bibles

matsuhana:
> creampuff duo
> meme team ft. friendship & mutual banging

Disneyland with a side of dessert

Chris Evans X Y/N.

Warnings:Sex, language. Not much else really.

Summary: 

Y/N is in a interview alongside Chris Evans, during so it’s revealed that  she’s never gone to Disneyland and Chris can’t fathom the idea. Being the gentleman that he is, he vows to take you to Disneyland because… everyone should go at least once in their life.  


Y/n  smile as her nerves tempt to get the best of her, James Corden is slowly making his way down the sofa, asking both fan and random questions that he found. Chris Evans was the first to go, answering the obvious questions. “What does he think about the new direction Cap is going? Does he see a real love interest with Agent 13 and Cap? How many dogs does he own? Is he more a dog man or cat man?” 

Y/N watched Chris answer the questions with enthusiasm and nervousness, he smiled too much and struggled to convey what he truly meant sometimes. However as James cards of question dwindled down, she knew it was close to being her turn. Which normally wouldn’t be a problem but she was late for rehearsals and had no clue what she would be asked. 

The English talk show host starts off simple, “where was she born, what was her favorite subject” and as the questions progress they become different in nature, some personal others ridiculous. It’s the second to last question that gets a reaction she didn’t expect. 

“Now, Y/N, is it true that you’ve never been to Disneyland?” Some of the audience members gasp with shock as James finishes his question. 

Keep reading

huffingtonpost.com
Same-Sex Couples Can Now Adopt Children In All 50 States
A federal judge ruled Mississippi's ban on same-sex adoption is unconstitutional.

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!

*now we just need equal protection rights for housing and work!

*and I live in Michigan, one of 3 states that through “religious protection laws” or as I like to call them, “crusade to be a bigot laws” same sex couples can still be denied to adopt based solely on their sexual orientation if the adoption agency is religiously affiliated. (most adoption agencies in Michigan are religiously affiliated)

This is a victory to be proud of but the fight is not over!