Many people who call themselves Christian use the Bible to back up their anti-LGBTQ+ bigotry with the word of God. These people consistently use quotes out of context that have often been grossly mistranslated over the years, and they don’t even try to understand the original context because they just went into the Bible to find something to fit their own twisted point of view. This page takes every single quote commonly used in these arguments and explains how they are a complete and total misinterpretation of the Christian faith.
It’s 1926 in Nashville, Tennessee. Twenty Three year old Taylor Swift stands on a stage in a club, the name of which has been omitted for proprietors protection, with a large band behind her. Under a soft spot light she sings her brand new love ballad. Undercover reporter notes the way her eyes wander to a smartly dressed young man with curly brunette locks leaning nonchalantly against the bar at one side of the room. The young suitor takes a drink from his glass, not taking his eyes off the unusually beautiful singer behind the microphone…
black friday shopping cart
Hey here’s a lovely idea: lets not trash talk anyone or judge their clothing choices or get in arguments because we disagree about who should have won. We signal boost posts about treating people well but then insult celebrities like it doesn’t matter…which is quite hypocritical…
just enjoy the show, since it is just a show
I scared my mom this morning cause I burst into her room holding A Game of Thrones yelling, “MISOGYNY! PATRIARCHY!"
Grace Kelly and her bridesmaids, April 19, 1956. Photographed by Howell Conant.
November 22, 1963
Following her husband’s assassination, Jackie Kennedy refused to take off her blood-stained Chanel suit upon suggestion stating, “I want them to see what they have done to Jack.”
Morning coffee by Mahmoud Hiepo on Flickr.