are you really bisexual?
Prove it, complete this bisexual obstacle course
omg can I please?
that sounds fun
Like some kind of bisexual Wipeout
You get home from a long day at work and turn on the TV. It’s been a long week, so you think to yourself- maybe i’ll take the family to a movie on Saturday. Maybe we’ll even go on a vacation soon! We could visit museums and go to plays and see all sorts of fun attractions.
When you turned the TV on, nothing happened. There are no actors to entertain you.
When you went to the movie theater, nothing was showing. There were no advertisements to tell you that anything was showing, so you went to the theater to find out. Nothing playing. There is no one to film and create movies for you. Well at least your vacation will be fun, right? Not like there will be any plays to see and there won’t be anything in the art museums.
Well at least you have the shack you are living in that you made out of cardboard and sheets.
Not like you could find an architect to build you a house with all the money you’re making as an engineer.
Harbored within this image is a stirring elegy to despair of the human condition. The voluptuous form of the buttocks is rendered with naive, jejune lines, and drips with Freudian connotation. This symbolic rendering of the young anal-fixative mind serves as an eloquent metaphor for life in the modern age. The viewer is confronted with a disturbing representation of childlike innocence focused on intensely sexual emotions, paralleling our times’ mix of rampant industrialism and undeveloped social impulse. Yet there is still a strong sense of hope about this striking image, particularly in regards to the upwardly inclined cheeks which seem almost to stare longingly into the aether. Heroic, Randian, this youthful Übermensch seeks transcendence through self-empowerment. Yet the future of the Modern Man is still uncertain, a fact which is highlighted by the innovative composition. The figure is suspended in an ambiguous void wherein it is uncertain whether it is falling into the black pitch of Nihilism at the bottom of the frame or lifting itself up from that Blackness unto Paradise. “It is up to you”, the artist seems to tell us, “to decide your own fate!”
Reblogging again because there are some new ones and put them together in one post.
I think you’re both fucking idiots.
Conservatives: “Having sex a lot” doesn’t make birth control more expensive unless you’re a guy. Condoms are the only current, preventative form of contraceptive that only lasts for one fuck. All the shit the girls have is generally time-based, meaning that no matter how many times she gets laid, she’s paying the same amount. Also, don’t forget that many times, birth control is used to straighten out hormonal imbalances in women, whether or not they’re actually having sex. That’s right, folks—I know LOTS of girls who are virgins that are on birth control to stabilize their shit. STFU, you know shit about the situation.
Liberals: The government has no right to force anyone to do anything against its religion. The United States made that clear with the “Establishment” and “Free Exercise” clauses of the First Amendment. Nobody is going to remake their religion in your image. Come to terms with this now, and save yourself a lot of fucking trouble. If you want a birth control script filled, don’t go to a Catholic pharmacy. If you want your employer to pay for your birth control, make sure you don’t work for a religious organization that doesn’t support birth control. If you’re gay, and you want to be married, don’t demand that a minister who doesn’t believe that’s right marry you when there are many other ministers that feel it’s your right to be wed. Go hire one of them, instead. STFU, you’re being dumbasses.
Wow, so you don’t even understand what the issue is, do you? I’m going to have to break this one down.
“If you’re gay, and you want to be married, don’t demand that a minister who doesn’t believe that’s right marry you when there are many other ministers that feel it’s your right to be wed. Go hire one of them, instead”
Please, please show me when at any time during this debate about church v. state has anyone demanded that Catholic priests marry gay people. Show me. Oh wait you can’t show me because THAT’S NOT WHAT LIBERALS WANTS. Why would gay people want to be married in a church that says their existence is an abomination to God? Nobody, anywhere, ever, is demanding that churches marry gay people against the minister’s will. Moving on.
“Nobody is going to remake their religion in your image.”
Another straw man — nobody wants this.
“If you want a birth control script filled, don’t go to a Catholic pharmacy.”
Right now, the law allows a “conscience clause” that says ANY pharmacist at ANY pharmacy can refuse to fill a birth control prescription if the medication conflicts with their morals. It’s not only happening in pharmacies inside of Catholic hospitals (because BTW “Catholic pharmacy” is not a real thing, unless the church has expanded their rectory quite a bit since my last visit). If you need birth control, and there’s only one pharmacy within a reasonable distance of where you live, you can have the prescription refused because the pharmacist says his (or her, but usually his) religion conflicts with it. You don’t even understand the laws, why are you trying to defend them?
“If you want your employer to pay for your birth control, make sure you don’t work for a religious organization that doesn’t support birth control.”
Again, you have NO. IDEA. what you are talking about. Nobody wants their employer to pay for their birth control. What we want is for our insurance companies - the ones we pay a monthly premium to, just like you men - to cover all of our medication, including birth control. Currently, religious leaders and Republicans are trying to make it so that any employer, even ones who aren’t religiously affiliated, can refuse to have their private insurance company cover birth control on the basis of their personal morals. In other words, the CEO of your investment banking company can decide his religion doesn’t condone birth control, so he can tell YOUR insurer to stop covering it. Again: you just have no idea what you’re talking about.
Furthermore, remember the whole economy no-jobs-thing? It’s difficult for someone who can’t afford birth control to say, “You won’t pay for my medication? I QUIT!” and pluck another job from the job tree. You’re being ignorant of other people’s situations, which isn’t surprising given your complete ignorance of what liberals actually want.
So STFU and sit down until you know what the hell you’re talking about. Please refrain from giving advice to an entire political group before knowing what they are even talking about.
I know exactly what I’m talking about: everybody wants to point fingers and demonize their political opposites instead of shutting the fuck up long enough to make this world livable.
The fact that you don’t even have a basic understand of the laws you’re trying to defend qualifies as “knowing exactly what you’re talking about”
if we all shut up and stop talking about problems like, say, a political party dedicated to taking away medication coverage, the world will be more livable?
Because political and ideological problems are generally solved by SILENCE.