If you say Gamergate three times a hoard of fedoras will come harass you about how Gamergate doesn’t harass people.
He lit a cigarette. His glass of whiskey lit a cigarette. “I can only truly love my dead best friend,” he said, “but not in a gay way. Women wouldn’t understand. They’re too gay.” Both of the cigarettes agreed. — from Mallory Ortberg’s hilarious “Male Novelist Jokes.” (via internetexplorers)
(Source: coketalk, via dragondicks)
i feel like every week i’m just like “i need to get through this week”
So every week you set and accomplish a goal? Pretty baller, if you ask me. :)
Imagine if we reviewed other media the way gamergate wants games to be reviewed though. Imagine if when we reviewed movies we were like “ok I’m not going to talk about the writing, the story, the characters, the theme, the atmosphere, I’m not even going to mention if it’s full of bigotry that feels like it belongs in media several decades ago, I’m just going to review it by talking about whether the actual filming itself is done competently and leave it at that”
jack and jill review: competently filmed. 5/5
I grew up in a poly household. My mother was married to two men who loved her dearly and they were the best of friends. I use past tense due to the fact that one of my fathers passed away a few years back.
I grew up in one of the most stable, loving households I can imagine. I had tons of support from all three of my parents, I never felt alone, and I never felt confused about my parents relationship.
Were other people confused when I told them about my parents? Sure. Did it take some time for them to understand my parents relationship? Yep. And the reaction I got every single time from other kids once they understood? “That’s so awesome!”
Growing up in a poly house did not hurt me, confuse me, or make my life difficult. It sure as hell wasn’t abusive.
Healthy poly relationships do not hurt children.
this is cool!