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Gay Love Story in Unter Uns (Among Us)

Ringo Beckmann (played by Timothy Boldt) of Unter Uns has recently experienced a lot: a love story with Yannick Benhöfer (played by Eric Stehfest) last year - they were the first gay couple in UU - and the realization that they have homosexual tendencies, the death of his parents… and now a young man crosses his path again.

Top model and actor Lukas Sauer enters  the TV series as Aaron Hinz, who promptly falls in love with Timothy.

The new story in UU began this Friday in the 4889th episode.

Lukas Sauer is openly gay and was in the RTL show last year called “Mama Mia - who marries my son.” His life partner was in the show as well and they’re still together.

“Aaron is open, direct, and takes what he likes,” says Luke Sauer.

“It does not take the traditional three dates for Aaron and Ringo to end up in bed,” says Timothy Boldt. Lukas Sauer adds: “We definitely had an interesting start: We’d only just met and were already in bed after five minutes in the very first scene.” He laughs, “Now we can get to know each other.”

Whether and how the new love affair between Ringo and Aaron will go on, it’ll be exciting to see.

Timothy: “I think the fans will like it. The story is a light, fun, summer romance. That’s all I want to say.”

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Upd8 Summary~!

There were a lot of subtle nuances here that were just so perfect.

Arquiusprite is a red-themed already fused person.

Caliborn can’t even resist le swoon of his embrace.

Amethyst had the :O) then the :O( face (more like :Oo >:OD but still)

It was just so beautiful. 8,D

((This took me like 10 hours. lol))

I want your arm across my waist and your face buried into my neck leaving little snowflake kisses down my spine.
I want our legs intertwined and I want your body so close to mine, that we can’t help but to melt into one.
I want you to hold me tight and pull me closer with nowhere to go.

Love me, flaws and all, and whisper ‘I’m yours’ in my ear as I slowly drift to sleep

—  i want you by my side when the nights are hard to get through

I found this ring the day I started dating my ex boyfriend, in the park with an almost illegible note that read “fuck your forever, there is nothing I treasure” and maybe I should’ve seen it as some sort of sign or something because it was the worst relationship I ever had. It was a really strange occurrence no doubt to find this but I found the ring quite beautiful and I wore it around. He used to mess with it when we were kissing or just painting together, and I told him it was my moms because I didn’t want to share the real story with him. I had real problem with that. Sharing things with him. He was very condescending and I’d even say he was verbally abusive. Anyway, it’s been about four months now and I’m going to throw the ring in the lake tomorrow. This may be weird but I feel like it exudes some sort of negative energy or something. Hahah maybe something similar to this led to the creation of Lord Of The Rings. Also I’m glad I never really missed our relationship. Although I’m starting to worry that I’ll never have real feelings. I’ve fucked a lot of strangers this year. I don’t feel whole anymore. I wonder if I left a piece of myself somewhere in your sorry shaking hands. I really wish you’d stop asking our friends about me.

Give up being perfect. Don’t even try for it any more. Perfect is for Platonic ideals and marble statues. Be human instead. Be warm and fragile and earnest and mistaken. Love what you love without apology. Don’t worry about perfect – just be as human as you can possibly be.
—  Rev Gail Lindsay Marriner, Minister, Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe
Unitarian Universalist Jokes

Unitarian Universalism - Where all your answers are questioned.

Arguing with a Unitarian Universalist is like mud-wrestling a pig: Pretty soon you realize the pig likes it.

UUs address prayers, “To whom it may concern.”

UUs think the holy trinity is “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.”

A guy goes to a UU service for the first time, and later is asked what he thought of it. “Darndest church I ever went to,” he replies, “the only time I heard the name of Jesus Christ was when the janitor fell down the stairs.”

A Unitarian Universalist was worried, and confided to another UU, “I want to invite a friend to the Sunday service, but our minister uses that J-word so much I’m afraid it will make my friend feel uncomfortable.”
“When has our minister ever mentioned Jesus?” asked the other.
“I meant ‘Justice’.”

A protestant Christian comes up to a Unitarian Universalist and says: “I hear that you allow all kinds of weirdos in your church, atheists, Buddhists, Pagans …”
The UU answers: "We allow Christians too–we’re very open-minded.”

A missionary walked up to a Unitarian Universalist on the streetcorner and demanded, "Do you know what’s going to happen when you stand in judgment before God?”
The UU responded, “She is going to have some big explaining to do.”

Q: Why are UUs the worst hymn singers?
A: Because they’re always reading ahead to see if they agree with the next line.

Q: Why did the UU cross the road?
A: To support the chicken in its search for its own path.

Q: How does a UU walk on water?
A: She waits until winter.

Q: How many Unitarians does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None; we accept the light bulb just the way it is.

Q: How many Unitarians does it take to change a light bulb?
A: There is no fixed number, so let’s form a committee to decide!

Q: How many Unitarians does it take to change a light bulb?
A: None; UUs aren’t afraid of being in the dark.

Q: How many Unitarians does it take to change a light bulb?
A: We choose not to make a statement either in favor of or against the light bulb. However, if you have found in your own journey that light bulbs work for you, that is fine. You are invited to write a poem or compose a modern dance about your personal relationship with your light bulb and present it next month at our annual light bulb Sunday service in which we will explore a number of light bulb traditions, including incandescent, fluorescent, three- way, long-life, and tinted, all of which are equally valid paths to luminescence.

anonymous asked:

What would the signs be like on April Fools day? :)

aries: does smth mean like pull down someones pants

taurus: serious defense mode all day

gemini: passed out from excitement

cancer: falls for everything

leo: definitely switched the sugar and salt

virgo: have been planning smth since last year

libra: tries to convince everyone to only do innocent pranks

scorpio: secretly wish someone would have the courage to prank them

sagittarius: goes all out and should win an award

capricorn: probably punched someone in the face

aquarius: idk smth weird and boring noone understands

pisces: gets pranked like crazy then hides at home

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Jordan Neighborhood House, 1930s

In honor of Black History Month, we’re highlighting some images from our Jordan Neighborhood House collection. Founded as a Universalist mission in Suffolk, Virginia in 1897, the Jordan Neighborhood House served the African American population in the area, providing education and health care. 

In 1939 it was renamed the Jordan Neighborhood House in honor of Joseph Fletcher Jordan, who served as minister and teacher, along with his daughter, Annie B. Willis (pictured above), from 1904 until his death in 1929. Jordan was the third African American to be ordained by the Universalist Church of America and published a monthly paper called The Colored Universalist.