You don't have to agree with me but once you get me going you better just let me go.
We have to be able to criticize what we love. Say what we have to say.
If you're not trying to make something better then as far as I can tell you are just in the way,"
- What If No One's Watching, Ani DiFranco
So I follow my aunties on pintrest for like sharing recipes and stuff but today one of them posted this gif:
and they’re all commenting like “the perfect man” and “what all women want ;)” and stuff like that
And I’m over here laughing my ass off because that’s gay porn star, Austin Wolf. This gif is from a gay porno. Like, literally 5 seconds after this moment, he has a cock in his mouth.
Magical story is magical.
I just had a straight guy tell me “Gah I love lesbians” and before I could even say anything, he added, “because, ya know, they like the same thing I do and sometimes it’s nice to get advice from a girl instead of guys who think making love is just repeatedly putting your dick in something, ya know?” And I have never been more proud of the human race.
i was very mad and then i wasn’t
“Most of the “negative” comments were not negative at all. It’s called constructive criticism. You can still passionately like something and be critical about it. The people who tweeted these things are genuinely concerned about the direction of a show they love. It’s like when grandma says something super racist, homophobic, sexist, etc. You still love grandma but you have to stop and explain to her why what she said or did was not acceptable.”Found this in the comments section of an article about the #AskSupernatural disaster, and I found it very accurate. [x] (via destieldrabblesdaily)