Signal Boost the shit out of this if you will. This makes my stomach turn.
Think Progress reports that SB234, Tennessee’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill is back ,and more harmful than ever. It also contains language indicating that teachers or counselors would be required to out LGBT students to their parents.
WOW. TALK ABOUT CAUSING AN INSANELY UNDUE AMOUNT OF STRESS, ANXIETY, ETC.
I personally didn’t tell anyone but my closest friends at school for a long time…. A LONG TIME!
This is fucking disgusting.
How is this even okay?
How does something like this get approved.
I hate humanity.
I’m terrified that this doesn’t have more notes.
THIS IS A BIG DEAL PEOPLE. 40% OF HOMELESS YOUTH ARE LGBT KIDS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! BECAUSE THEIR HOME IS UNSAFE FOR THEM.
REBLOG THIS SHIT. IT ISN’T OKAY.
Raise your voice. Speak up. Don’t just reblog, spread this everywhere and fucking call the Tennessee state government up.
No. Fuck no.
THE FUCKING NERVE OMG
What is happening in my brain
*Sry this is long- I don’t care if ppl decide this is too long to read, I’m posting more for my own sake bc I need to feel like I’m getting shit off my chest.
School is starting again & I’m probably not ready for it lol. I’m casually seeing someone, but I feel bad that he has to deal with me being a mess post-LTR.
Last semester was a rollercoaster…I was a best man, took more minor body-mod steps (including an industrial that got fucked up the night I got it when I was kicked in the face), lost my ability to communicate & support others & myself, lost the person I was building a life with, my fam almost lost our means of income & house, i was assaulted outside my place by 2 guys, moved out & back home, pretty much failed out of all my classes, got back into drinking, planned to kill myself on thanksgiving & was hospitalized by my therapist on the Trans Day of Remembrance. Nothing like spending the holidays in scrubs hoping no one walks in on the trans dude showering (luckily I was only walked in on while on the toilet.) More on all the trans-mental hospital problems later. However, glad as I was to see them, I did feel bad that my queer dads came & saw me at such a low point, despite my worst cuts being covered by the scrubs.
I feel bad that I can’t even pretend to hold my shit together for at least the past year. And while I’m not sure how exciting the whole living thing is, I’m glad that I have people who have done so much to make me stick around.
I feel kinda guilty that I’m trying to open up a little to someone new, but that I don’t always have the energy to hide my problems. I wish life had better timing, lol. At least I know he doesn’t think I’m too crazy
Ok, there’s enough here for all the tumbling I haven’t done in the past year
Happy Day of Innocents! Think of it as the Spanish version of April Fool’s day and be on the look out for your friends out pranking online. Not ones to be left out of the frivolities, Mozilla Hispano has an interesting post on its blog today. “Facebook Phone OS based on Firefox“. (via Mozilla Hispano pranks blog readers with phony Firefox OS Facebook phone announcement - The Next Web)
Oh my God, that’ll be the day.
Yes. I have actually sold several of these, haha
NYC Arrests Skyrocket To Record Levels During Bloomberg’s Era
Despite Mayor Michael Bloomberg heralding a record-low number of inmates in city jails, the amount of people arrested during his administration is the highest in city history, DNAinfo.com New York has found.
In fact, the number of NYPD arrests in the Big Apple has jumped nearly 23 percent since Bloomberg took office — there were 338,788 collars in 2002 compared to 413,573 last year, police statistics show.
And the number of people caught in the criminal justice system started to climb virtually from the day he took office and appointed Raymond Kelly as his police commissioner.
There were 334,163 collars in 2003 — which was a scant decline from the previous year — but after that the number of arrests jumped to 351,435 in 2004 and continued to climb until it reached a peak of 422,982 arrests in 2010.
Stop-and-frisks, meanwhile, rocketed in New York from 98,000 during Bloomberg’s first year to nearly 700,000 last year — a staggering 600 percent rise that prompted widespread concern of racial profiling by the NYPD because they occurred primarily in minority communities.
it’s like these companies have finally gotten out of their wild college party years and are now trying to be mature adults now.
Same goes for the Windows logo
I mean look at this shit
Is like someone just ironed the logo
Thursday (December 20) afternoon in midtown New York City (57th street and 10th avenue) a handful of NYPD thugs stood around waiting for an ambulance to pick up a man they had arrested and then put into a bodybag. The bag covered the man´s entire body, except for his boots.
The man could be heard saying to the officers, “You´ve had me on the ground for an hour! I can´t get transported or nothing!? when you take this off my eyes, I´m taking everybody´s names and numbers!” In response, the officers just stood around laughing because they know, just as well as we all do, that NYPD officers can get away with almost any kind of mental, verbal, or physical abuse and violence against those they arrest.
When the ambulance finally arrived, the officers picked up the man, still in the bag, and roughly put him onto a stretcher. The ambulance took him away. It is thought that the man might be one of the neighborhood´s homeless people who often sit in front of stores in the area. It is not known by us what the situation was that led up to the arrest, or why the officers put the man into the bag. The fact that he was sent away in an ambulance, and not in a police car, is indicative that the man had health problems.