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truth-has-a-liberal-bias:

 In reference to Neil Monro, who works at The Daily Caller. 
 Video here (via Buzzfeed). 
Remember when George W. Bush was in the White House and the Republicans were yelling at us all the time to “respect the president” … “support your president”?
How come Republicans are never concerned for the lack of respect shown to President Obama?
Oh, that’s right, 2 sets of rules… One for Democrats & One for Republicans.

truth-has-a-liberal-bias:

 In reference to Neil Monro, who works at The Daily Caller. 

 Video here (via Buzzfeed)

Remember when George W. Bush was in the White House and the Republicans were yelling at us all the time to “respect the president” … “support your president”?

How come Republicans are never concerned for the lack of respect shown to President Obama?

Oh, that’s right, 2 sets of rules… One for Democrats & One for Republicans.

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joellamarano:



Tom Gabel of Against Me! Comes Out as Transgender
Singer reveals plans to begin living as a woman in the new issue of Rolling Stone

Against Me! singer Tom Gabel reveals plans to begin living as a woman in the new issue of Rolling Stone. Gabel, who has dealt privately with gender dysphoria for years, will soon begin the process of transition, by taking hormones and undergoing electrolysis treatments.
Gabel will eventually take the name Laura Jane Grace, and will remain married to her wife Heather. “For me, the most terrifying thing about this was how she would accept the news,” says Gabel. “But she’s been super-amazing and understanding.”
Gabel only told a handful of family and friends about her plan to transition before talking to Rolling Stone. Because this is the first time a major rock star has come out as transgender, the singer made a point of speaking openly about it. “I’m going to have embarrassing moments,” says Gabel, “and that won’t be fun. But that’s part of what talking to you is about – is hoping people will understand, and hoping they’ll be fairly kind.”
The full story of Gabel’s transformation is in the latest issue, on newsstands this Friday (May 11th). In it, the singer tells Josh Eells about her history of gender dysphoria, the specifics of the transition process and what becoming Laura Jane Grace will mean for the future of Against Me!




Congratulations to her, and I hope that people are respectful of her.

dang I’m really happy for her! Against Me! was such an important band for a long time for me. Congrats, Laura.

GUESS WHAT
IT TURNS OUT USING “SHE” AND “HER” FOR TRANS WOMEN IN A MAJOR PUBLICATION, EVEN IF YOU THINK THEIR TRANSITION IS IN THE FUTURE, IS NOT HARD AND WILL NOT HURT

Also I am jealous of her tattoos.

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joellamarano:

Tom Gabel of Against Me! Comes Out as Transgender

Singer reveals plans to begin living as a woman in the new issue of Rolling Stone

Against Me! singer Tom Gabel reveals plans to begin living as a woman in the new issue of Rolling Stone. Gabel, who has dealt privately with gender dysphoria for years, will soon begin the process of transition, by taking hormones and undergoing electrolysis treatments.

Gabel will eventually take the name Laura Jane Grace, and will remain married to her wife Heather. “For me, the most terrifying thing about this was how she would accept the news,” says Gabel. “But she’s been super-amazing and understanding.”

Gabel only told a handful of family and friends about her plan to transition before talking to Rolling Stone. Because this is the first time a major rock star has come out as transgender, the singer made a point of speaking openly about it. “I’m going to have embarrassing moments,” says Gabel, “and that won’t be fun. But that’s part of what talking to you is about – is hoping people will understand, and hoping they’ll be fairly kind.”

The full story of Gabel’s transformation is in the latest issue, on newsstands this Friday (May 11th). In it, the singer tells Josh Eells about her history of gender dysphoria, the specifics of the transition process and what becoming Laura Jane Grace will mean for the future of Against Me!

Congratulations to her, and I hope that people are respectful of her.

dang I’m really happy for her! Against Me! was such an important band for a long time for me. Congrats, Laura.

GUESS WHAT

IT TURNS OUT USING “SHE” AND “HER” FOR TRANS WOMEN IN A MAJOR PUBLICATION, EVEN IF YOU THINK THEIR TRANSITION IS IN THE FUTURE, IS NOT HARD AND WILL NOT HURT

Also I am jealous of her tattoos.

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RANT: WE´RE CULTURE NOT A COSTUME (OR SKIN COLOR).

thisshitisallracist:

366daysofwitchery:

I just reblogged a “we are a culture not a costume” post, I never liked these when they came up on my other tumblr’s dashboard only a vampire one made me laugh very hard and was worth reblogging, but for the rest of them I thought they were over all stupid. They were trying to tell people that we are not allowed to appreciate and use things from another culture. Yes, there are people who are jerks but there are people who use things in respect and pure appreciation for another culture.

For a long time I used some African jewelry and people often told me I shouldn’t because it was disrespectful to the black people. What people did not know when they said this to me was that I may look white but I have African and Native Brazilian blood in my veins and I respect both cultures with great love, even more than I respect the culture that made me born with white skin. Skin is only skin, I could have been born with my grandmother’s black skin, I could have been born with my mother’s curly hair, I could have been born with native features, but I was born with my father’s family’s white skin and straight as fuck hair and it does not change the blood pumping through my heart. Even if I did not have African back ground I don’t think using African jewelry would be disrespectful if used in a way it was clear I was not mocking anybody.

Well, before you go around telling people how they should not use this or that because they have certain skin color that does not apply to the culture they are showing appreciation for ask about their family, you might find out how stupid you are when you realize people have a lot more in their blood than in their skin.

And if you say things like “you have this skin color so you can use or do this or that” to somebody in my eyes you are just a racist fucker. I’m sorry, but that is just what you are.