(via askapansexual)Source: ivorylineslead
but after those elections what kind of legislation do we actually get?
Abortion, gay marriage, English as an official Language, banning Sharia Law?, stripping Union Rights…
All this stuff is not about jobs and the economy, but it IS about capitalizing on how afraid people are IN a bad economy. It’s about telling Americans that other Americans are the enemy. It’s about splitting people up.
It makes political sense, but it’s really bad for the country.
~ Rachel Maddow
It’s called The Sexual Fluidity Project.
It’s currently a submission blog, where you submit audio, text, and video responses
to questions concerning the spectrum of sexuality
(listed on the blog’s page).
After the project coordinators cut off submissions
(which won’t be any time soon, so no worries)
they will take the responses and compile them into a documentary
“that explores sexuality and all the complexities of it.”
During the editing process, each submission will be posted
so you guys can take a look at what’s being discussed
and then submit your own responses if you’d like.
The blog provides a list of questions and LGBTQQIA-etc. terms and definitions,
and moderators answer all questions pretty promptly.
Check it out, it’s really interesting: http://sexualfluidityproject.tumblr.com/
1. So you don’t like his music. Neither do I. But in all honesty, does it really fucking matter? If you don’t like his music, you don’t have to listen to it. Why does it mean that you have to constantly hurl insults at this kid? Because that’s what he is. He’s a person, not just a face in the media, and he’s a fucking kid.
2. Why is male femininity the best insult people can come up with? Why is that just so terribly inconceivable, that a guy be feminine, that it’s the butt of every joke and a horrible insult used against someone you dislike? Lay off gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, and gender and sexual stereotypes. All that those jokes do is further an atmosphere that limits people to out-dated interpretations of what gender and sex mean in society. I’d like to think that we’re at least a little bit beyond that nonsense by now.
This. 100% THIS.
I’m tired of pansexuals bashing bisexuals and bisexuals bashing pansexuals. If you don’t understand each other, you have google right at your fingertips. Better yet, just ask the person about their orientation. It seems like there’s a lot of misunderstanding between the two communities and it’s a bit tragic to watch you rip each other apart like wild dogs because of it.
You can’t hate each other over how you choose to love. It doesn’t work that way.
I’ve never seen people genuinely hating on pansexuals until I tracked the pansexuality tag just now. There’s some moron who’s being all “THERE IS NO INBETWEEN, ONLY MEN AND WOMEN, RAHRAHRAH”. I call her a moron not because of whatever her sexuality is (Because I don’t give a shit what it is), but because she is a closed-minded idiot who thinks she can dictate what is and is not. The fact is that pansexuality is as real as any other sexuality, and to say that biologically everyone is either male or female completely leaves out and erases intersex people. And what about trans* people?! Do they just not exist, or something? Am I imagining the millions and millions of trans* people around the world? For fuck sakes, how much of an intolerant ass can you be? I find that kind of bass-akwards illogical shit to be moronic, cissexist, and yes, I’m ranting because it deserves to be ranted about. I’m tolerant and accepting of everyone except those who have hate in their hearts.
Here’s the original post, in all of it’s hateful, ignorant glory. It’s ironic, btw, that she tags it saying that she doesn’t hate pansexuals, when the last line of the post is “You’re all shit, stop trying to be different and get over yourselves.”
If only people could have common sense and logic punched into them…unfortunately, I’d have to hit her so many times, she’d be dead by the time she had the common sense of a five-year-old.