Κι απ'την άλλη ,βεβαίως,υπάρχει και η θέση της Εκκλησίας πάνω στην ομοφυλοφιλία. Το Λευϊτικόν,για παράδειγμα ,στη Παλαιά Διαθήκη ,μας λέει βασικά,πως οι ομοφυλόφιλοι πρέπει να θανατώνονται.Επίσης μας λέει,πως να θυσιάσεις κριάρια και ταύρους και μας διδάσκει να μην καθόμαστε σε καρέκλα που έχει κάτσει γυναίκα που είχε περίοδο τις τελευταίες εφτά ημέρες.Μπορείς να συμβουλευτείς ένα τέτοιο βιβλίο σήμερα;
—  Christopher durang , γελώντας άγρια 

duranie100theunionofthesnake  asked:

Tag a quality blog, You’re it! Quality doesn’t mean that you have a lot of followers or a lot of messages. It means that you’re nice to other people, and you deserve to be happy. If you get this message, someone is telling you that they love you as you are, and they don’t care how many followers you have. Send this to 15 blogs who deserve it. If you break the chain, nothing will happen. But it’s just good to let someone know that you love them.

Ahw, thank you <3

According to me, these 15 do deserve it: @bowieakajohn, @john-taylor-daily, @simon-le-hoe, @a-beat-for-rio, @inthelapofthegods74, @duranger, @durandemonium, @rumrunnerclub, @headfullofchopsticks, @ohmy80s@comedy-cookie, @anthropomorphictaco, @really80s, @nik-kershaw, @nikmaniafansite


The lovely @notoriousjohntaylor tagged me to share five facts about myself so, here they are:

Fact One: yesterday, I bought Notorious, some Spandau and Human League singles on vinyl
Fact Two: was gonna blue tack Notorious to my wall for the beautiful picture of Simon, Nick, and John, but there’s a fukkin coffee stain on John
Fact Three: there are four balloons in my room
Fact Four: i’ve recently decided to become a pacifist after my mum stood on an ant and it made me sad
Fact Five: bought a coconut today, drank the milk with rum, it was good

And now I tag people to do the same: @zompire-plutopian @lastchanceonthestairway @jxhntaylxr @simoneduran10cc @duranger and @whatghastlyteethyouhave


TODAY IN THEATRE HISTORY: In 1982, Christopher Durang’s comedy Beyond Therapy opens at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. John Lithgow and Dianne Wiest star, and a young actor named David Pierce (later known as David Hyde Pierce) makes his Broadway debut. The production will run only 21 performances.

For more on Beyond Therapy, including a look inside the show’s opening night Playbill, visit PlaybillVault.com.

anonymous asked:

I'm an aspiring playwright. I'm not famous, don't know anyone famous or connected in the industry, and work with original material not adaptations. Do I have any chance of making it to Broadway one day?

If you’re a cis white guy, maybe!

If not, statistically speaking, it’s less likely.

But here’s the thing: Broadway is not the be-all end-all of theater. I’m sure it’s a lovely time for those that get there, but there are plenty of people who have successful careers that go well beyond Broadway. Look at Branden Jacobs-Jenkins or Annie Baker, both consistently produced playwrights off-Broadway, or Christopher Durang and David Ives, who consistently top the lists of most-produced playwrights in regional theater.

So I think maybe you need to redefine what success means to you, as an aspiring playwright. If it’s Broadway, that’s fine, but know there’s a certain level of social politics involved. Or maybe the goal is to live comfortably off your playwright earnings, or find a theater you get to work with again and again (see: Suzan Lori Parks and The Public, Mamet and The Atlantic), or become a critically derided but culty fan favorite (which would be my choice, personally). What would need to happen for you to feel accomplished?