The trouble with Thought Catalog

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Anonymous said: Okay but.... Canadians are currently trying to make it right. Haven't you watched anything in the past 5-10 years about the Canadian government and their relationship with the natives? They're trying to make amends and fix it. And not trashing any country, but I don't see America doing any of that?

advisedlyalison:

shychemist:

zelinkfangrrl:

blastortoise-chan:

I’m laughing so fucking hard, it’s amazin how delusional you are. Do you even talk to native people or read any of their stories? At all? or do just assume that because your white leaders say things are getting better they are. Lmao please get the fuck out of my face.

"Canadian government" and "trying to make amends" in the same sentence, THAT’S HILARIOUS

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The harper government is doing the very opposite of making amends towards the First Nations of this country.

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NOPE. He’s absolute garbage and has no intention to fix anything. 

startrekrenegades:

if you think that labels don’t matter and nobody should use them, then you’ve probably never experienced the huge, indescribable relief of “oh my god there’s a word for how I feel” and “I’m not the only one”

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ghdos:

themochagoddess:

nanodash:

scienceyoucanlove:

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Wow.

ghdos:

themochagoddess:

nanodash:

scienceyoucanlove:

These condoms include Vivagel, a new antiviral compound that disables 99.9% of HIV, herpes, and other sexually transmitted viruses:http://bit.ly/1ne3B9V

from Science Alert

Discuss.

Additional, slightly more detailed, article (x). It uses nanotech!

*orders box even though I never have sex..just in case*

Wow.

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neptunain:

heteronormativity is so weird like yesterday I was at my aunts beach house and some of her in-laws brought over this small baby. and the baby puts it’s hand on it’s brow to keep the sun out of it’s eyes and his father says “look at that! Leon is looking for girls!” Leon is eight months old I don’t think he knows what a girl is yet

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quantumfemme:

princessskittybot:

cishet people be like NOOO U CANT USE THAT TERM TO DESCRIBE UR SEXUALITY/GENDER ITS MADE UP WORD!!! and then turn around and make up ridiculous terms like mancrush and guyliner and man-purse in order to keep their precious hetronormitive gender roles intact

The post I didn’t know I was waiting for

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teacupnosaucer:

bi-characters:

radio-halo:

bi-characters:

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Character: John Constantine
Appears in: Hellblazer and Constantine
Commonly Interpreted as: Straight

But Really: What with all the recent press about David Goyer’s decision to straight-wash Constantine in the television show, Constantine’s queer sexual…

is it odd that i’m more bothered by the fact that they are erasing constantine’s smoking than his bisexuality?

his identity as a smoker is a much larger part of his narrative, personality and image then his sexuality is. all but one of his relationships in the comic have been with women, but hes smoking in just about every panel.

i don’t have high hopes for this show, the DC reboot of constantine has  me seething in rage, and while i liked the movie, it was predicated on the fact that i had to think of it as not being a hellblazer movie

I’ll be honest; whenever I see folks say that they’re more bothered about Constantine not being a smoker than they are Constantine not being bisexual, I see red. Bright angry red. Seething in rage, even.

Like, do you know why “all but one of his relationships in the comic have been with women?” Because the idea of writing comic book stories about a man whose in a relationship with a man is so foreign to most people that the writers either a: didn’t think of it or b: were too biphobic to write it.

Smokers are not a group of people whose existence is denied. Smokers aren’t a group of people who are discriminated against. Bisexual people are discriminated against and bisexual people’s existence is denied. In the real world. So representation of bisexual folks (and the lack thereof) has real meaning in the real world.

The argument and controversy surrounding Constantine’s sexuality is not about canonical accuracy. I could give a flying fig about canonical accuracy. This is about representation and what that representation means to real people in the real world.

are there thousands of smoking kids out there desperately looking for role-models, to be told they are normal and that they’re okay and that they can still be heroes and anti-heroes, that their desires are okay and worth pursuing?

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