other gay stuff

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  • me with p4 characters: ok souyo is really good... chie and yukiko are super gay too... naoto and kanji are fucking perfect..... shit i ran outta good pairs.
  • me with p5 characters: all of the phantom thieves are in a poly relationship with each other and it’s good and gay and fluffy and also the cat’s there too.
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Dear Writers of Voltron,
Are you trying to tell us something?

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so its christmas now

Book of Mormon Nygmobblepot

i couldn’t find any phone background edits of just a bunch of fucken poes… so i made one myself. feel free to use if you like i might end up making a finn and rey one too cuz they’re amazing and its surprisingly fun making edits like these

Submitted by @themadmiz: I thought I'de share this since you’ve been smayloring hard today :p which is always good on my dash <3

i just remembered an art project i did back when i was 12 and like,,,, how did i not realise i wasn’t straight earlier oh my god

basically we had to design these bowl things and decorate them with an issue that was really important to us and most people did animal charities etc. but i did a whole gay rights themed bowl that was decorated with rainbow tissue paper and pictures of wlw couples and i just

i had a fact that was like ‘1 in every 4 ppl are lgbt’ and this kid was like ‘so there’s at least 7 of us in this class who are gay’ and i was like ‘oh shit yeah probably i wonder who they are’

kat

i have some news for u buddy

whatdoesthistellyou  asked:

thanks for your tags on the gwen araujo post. i know the history of gay/trans panic but i hadn't connected it to how it's used in (many many) fandoms, that is a very good point, thank you

Thanks, @whatdoesthistellyou. “Gay panic” gets so, so terribly misused in fandom. Even as many times as I’ve seen it used to mean “someone is panicking about realizing that they’re not straight,” it’s not something I’ve gotten used to. 

To review (bc this is something I never feel like we can say too much):

“Gay panic” and “trans panic” are the names of legal defenses that have been used to excuse people who murder, rape, and/or assault LGBTQ people.

The principle behind the defense is that learning that someone is gay or trans, and particularly men realizing that they might be attracted to a man or transwoman, is so very horrific that murder is an understandable and acceptable reaction.

“Gay panic” and “trans panic” are about as deeply homophobic, transphobic, cissexist, and horrific as it gets. They are the legal embodiment of the idea that gay and trans people’s lives don’t matter. They are the legal embodiment of the idea that being LBGTQ is repulsive and disgusting - so much so that someone might be legally justified in stamping out the existence of gay and trans people.

When people use the terms “gay panic” or “trans panic” in shipping lgbtq characters to refer to a moment of difficult realization, they are, in fact, evoking a horrific history of homophobic abuse of LGBTQ people.

If you can know what “gay panic” and “trans panic” mean, what they are, what they do, and still use them for your lighthearted shipping fun, it is perhaps time for a long, hard look in the mirror.