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xyaboyzack:


I wonder if anyone thinks about me when they can’t fall asleep…like you know, as things running through their mind, as thoughts that keeping them awake, I’m lucky to be one of those. I wonder if they create images and scenery in their head, romantic and cute, funny or weird, movies-like scenes, or just put me in their dreamland. I wonder if they’re happy, sad, or mad as I’m on their mind. I wonder if I have a secret admirer, someone that thinks about me and I don’t even know. I just wonder if anyone thinks about me late at night, as I’m on their mind, with me and all the things happening in their head and they just slowly fall asleep. I’m just curious…cause I do it too.

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xyaboyzack:

I wonder if anyone thinks about me when they can’t fall asleep…like you know, as things running through their mind, as thoughts that keeping them awake, I’m lucky to be one of those. I wonder if they create images and scenery in their head, romantic and cute, funny or weird, movies-like scenes, or just put me in their dreamland. I wonder if they’re happy, sad, or mad as I’m on their mind. I wonder if I have a secret admirer, someone that thinks about me and I don’t even know. I just wonder if anyone thinks about me late at night, as I’m on their mind, with me and all the things happening in their head and they just slowly fall asleep. I’m just curious…cause I do it too.

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Sometimes I really wish there was another option….

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expressionsofjackson:

Reblog if you will accept me the way I am :) 

expressionsofjackson:

Reblog if you will accept me the way I am :) 

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tyleroakley:

The fight for equality is far from over.

tyleroakley:

The fight for equality is far from over.

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sapphire1707:

the magical Half Dome by Molly Wassenaar on Flickr.

sapphire1707:

the magical Half Dome by Molly Wassenaar on Flickr.

j0nio:

fucking shit, I just want someone to love me the same way I would love them. I want someone who is equal with me that wouldn’t look down on me. I want someone that would have the power to make me fall for them. Someone who would know what to say at the right moment and someone who would never hurt me. Is that so hard to ask for?

I’m running on auto pilot…it’s easier then taking time to feel anything.

Life really is a roller coaster….I would rather be on the kiddie rides

Boy Scouts will keep anti-gay policy

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After a two-year review and months of debate from allies and opponents alike, the Boy Scouts of America have decided to uphold their policy excluding LGBT people from the organization.

An 11-member committee (whose names and review process are being kept secret) decided that the exclusion policy is “absolutely the best policy” for the Boy Scouts, citing parental opinions as a major factor. The decision was apparently unanimous. This means that nobody besides straight, cisgender boys will be able to be Scouts, and no LGBT parents will be able to be involved with the organization. 

My personal hero Zach Wahls, an Eagle Scout, has been active in the campaign to change the policy and had this to say about the Scouts’ decision:

“I’m sure they’ll keep saying this until the day they decide to change the policy,” said Wahls.

He contended that the committee review process should not have been kept secret. “The very first value of the Scout Law is that a Scout is trustworthy,” Wahls said. “There is absolutely nothing trustworthy about unelected and unnamed committee members who are unwilling to take responsibility for their actions.”

Well, the national organization of Boy Scouts has officially lost my respect. Keep in mind that this decision certainly doesn’t reflect the opinions of every Scout group, but the actions of those in power say a whole lot about what this organization stands for. 

Chick-fil-A exec admits to being anti-gay

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We all know by now that Chick-fil-A has donated millions of dollars over the years to anti-gay groups like the Family Research Council. What we didn’t know for sure - until now - is why they did it. 

In a recent interview with the Baptist Press, Chick-fil-A COO Dan Cathy admitted that the restaurant has taken an official stance against marriage equality. It’s not surprising, but it still stings a little:

Cathy told the Baptist Press he aims to operate the restaurant chain “on biblical principles.” When asked whether his company had an established position against marriage equality, Cathy said, “guilty as charged.”

He added, “We are very much supportive of the family — the biblical definition of the family unit. We are a family-owned business, a family-led business, and we are married to our first wives. We give God thanks for that. … We know that it might not be popular with everyone, but thank the Lord, we live in a country where we can share our values and operate on biblical principles.”

Next time you think about eating at Chick-fil-A, think twice, now that you know exactly where your money is going.