kristina. 25. sf bay area. i'm an amalgamation of bryan fuller characters: the quiet and awkward hobbyist, the lost girl who would willingly converse with inanimate objects to seek resolutions, the overly ambitious but ne'er-get-anywhere recluse. at least a toilet seat hasn't fallen on my head.

Here is the touching scene from the Oscar-winning ‘Wings’ (1927) featuring one of the first, if not the earliest surviving, on-screen same-sex kisses in film history.


neighborhoodr-newyork:

New York passes Same Sex Marriage bill : 33-29

neighborhoodr-newyork:

New York passes Same Sex Marriage bill : 33-29


think of two people.

He crosses the room, which he calls his study, and comes down the staircase. The stairs turn a corner; they are narrow and steep. You can touch both handrails with your elbows, and you have to bend your head, even if, like George, you are only five eight. This is a tightly planned little house. He often feels protected by its smallness; there is hardly room enough here to feel lonely.

Nevertheless …

Think of two people, living together day after day, year after year, in this small space, standing elbow to elbow cooking at the same small stove, squeezing past each other on the narrow stars, shaving in front of the same small bathroom mirror, constantly jogging, jostling, bumping against each other’s bodies by mistake or on purpose, sensually, aggressively, awkwardly, impatiently, in rage or in love — think what deep though invisible tracks they must leave, everywhere, behind them! The doorway into the kitchen has been built too narrow. Two people in a hurry, with plates of food in their hands, are apt to keep colliding here. And it is here, nearly every morning, that George, having reached the bottom of the stairs, has this sensation of suddenly finding himself on an abrupt, brutally broken off, jagged edge — as though the track had disappeared down a landslide. It is here that he stops short and knows, with a sick newness, almost as though it were for the first time: Jim is dead. Is dead.


It doesn’t have any effect on your life. What do you care?! People try to talk about it like it’s a social issue. Like when you see someone stand up on a talk show and say, ‘How am I supposed to explain to my child that two men are getting married?’ I dunno, it’s your shitty kid, you fuckin’ tell ‘em. Why is that anyone else’s problem? Two guys are in love, but they can’t get married because you don’t want to talk to your ugly child for fuckin’ five minutes?
louis c.k.
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it was when i met peter that everything changed for me. it was as if the heavens showered with gold. finally, somebody loved me like i loved them. for the first time, i felt accepted in my life, completely.


We must all remember that strong bodies must be balanced with strong characters, and work toward that end.
ben cohen.
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Of course same sex marriage is constitutional! The right to be yourself, to pursue life, liberty, and property, is protected several ways over several amendments. John Boehner should know this. If only he read the Constitution as often as some of us do, he wouldn’t have bothered to lower himself to this time-wasting, pathetic attempt to invigorate his base of supporters.

Damn, congressman, we’re trying to get up the road here. Either lay out a plan for job creation for all of us to see or get out of the way. You are the Speaker of the House. Scratching around in the ancient dirt of repellent prejudice instead of tackling the real issues is amateur hour. You have a plan? Now’s the time.


henry rollins (to john boehner on his decision to defend doma)

Burst down those closet doors once and for all, and stand up and start to fight.
harvey milk.

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Mourn the losses, because there are many. But celebrate the victories, because there are few.
queer as folk.