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Photo Post Wed, Jun. 19, 2013 20 notes

zerust:

This was this past saturday marching in the Southern Maine Pride Parade!

j

zerust:

This was this past saturday marching in the Southern Maine Pride Parade!

j




Photo Post Wed, May. 30, 2012 120,230 notes

fart-sama:

justanothertallguy:

Shit just got real fast didn’t it?

choking

fart-sama:

justanothertallguy:

Shit just got real fast didn’t it?

choking

(Source: atheist-me, via lgbtlaughs)




Photo Post Wed, May. 30, 2012 10,269 notes

lgbtlaughs:

Hand Holding by chaoslife

lgbtlaughs:

Hand Holding by chaoslife





Photo Post Tue, May. 29, 2012 10 notes

themakeachangeproject:

LOVE IS LOVE!

themakeachangeproject:

LOVE IS LOVE!




Quote Post Tue, May. 29, 2012 86 notes

“you can’t post that you have to put the context people are going to think i love gay cats more than every other kind of cat”


drunk!sophie (via justjasper)

lolwat

(via lgbtlaughs)





Photo Post Mon, May. 28, 2012 182 notes

lgbtlaughs:

[An image showing a screenshot of Farmville, featuring a Tunnel of Love with two adult peafowl about to go onto the ride. Underneath is a text caption reading: “Any peafowl breeder knows that peahens do not have iridescent plumage and lack the long train feathers used in display. Peahens can display, but their extended plumage is significantly smaller and duller than a male’s due to both coloration and the lack of oversize covert feathers. Both peafowl in this image show extended trains, eyed feathers, and the long covert feathers specific to male peafowl, or peacocks.
Hence, introducing Farmville’s gay peacock couple!”
[via  askzhouyu]

This was probably an accident but it is the best accident.

lgbtlaughs:

[An image showing a screenshot of Farmville, featuring a Tunnel of Love with two adult peafowl about to go onto the ride. Underneath is a text caption reading: “Any peafowl breeder knows that peahens do not have iridescent plumage and lack the long train feathers used in display. Peahens can display, but their extended plumage is significantly smaller and duller than a male’s due to both coloration and the lack of oversize covert feathers. Both peafowl in this image show extended trains, eyed feathers, and the long covert feathers specific to male peafowl, or peacocks.

Hence, introducing Farmville’s gay peacock couple!”

[via  askzhouyu]

This was probably an accident but it is the best accident.




Photo Post Mon, May. 28, 2012 73,683 notes

ilnemaimepasdutout:

RUGRATS: Teaching kids that it’s okay to marry someone of the same gender since 1999.

ilnemaimepasdutout:

RUGRATS: Teaching kids that it’s okay to marry someone of the same gender since 1999.

(via littlebabybug)




Video Post Mon, May. 28, 2012 66,295 notes

forgetpolitics:

For anyone who only sees gender and sex in black and white, here’s proof by the lovely humon that nature is just as fluid with representations of gender and sex as we are.

(via lgbtlaughs)




Video Post Sun, May. 27, 2012 170,849 notes

(Source: ordinaryexplanation, via carlacorn)



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