The Wandering Sheep

I search for profound things, sometimes I find them, and sometimes I find funny cats. I like both.

biinarystar:

tywins:

i hate how people use the word “partner” for gay people like no she’s my girlfriend we’re not fucking doing science projects together thank you bye

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Anonymous said: you are gay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

majortvjunkie:

no!!!!!!! god no! nooooooooooooo!!!

fierceficus:

aww!

fierceficus:

aww!

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pokemonisgreaterthanlife:

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Gorgeous.

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same

purgeparty:

estando:

no war but the skeleton class war

the skeletariat will overthrow the bonegeoise 

purgeparty:

estando:

no war but the skeleton class war

the skeletariat will overthrow the bonegeoise 

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bisexualdemondean:

I like my women how I like my men. 

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That’s it.

That’s the joke. 

I am bisexual.

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wantering-blog:

Have You Ever Worn Blazers on Your Feet?
We have! Nike Blazers that is.
Okay, if you haven’t had the chance rock Nike Blazers yet, do yourself a favor and try ‘em on. These classically-styled kicks are super comfy and pair amazingly well with any outfit. They look great on both guys and girls too! One of the most unique Blazers we’re seen of late? The pieces from Nike’s Floral Collection. Check out the 3 vibrant kicks from the set:
1) Nike Floral Print Blazer (LA)

2) Nike Floral Print Blazer (Chicago)

3) Nike Floral Print Blazer (New York)


So much floral blazer love. But if you’re a fan of the classics, you’ll find more Nike Blazers here.
We have our hearts set on the New York Dandelion Blazer. Which city’s floral design do you like the most in the list? Let us know!

wantering-blog:

Have You Ever Worn Blazers on Your Feet?

We have! Nike Blazers that is.

Okay, if you haven’t had the chance rock Nike Blazers yet, do yourself a favor and try ‘em on. These classically-styled kicks are super comfy and pair amazingly well with any outfit. They look great on both guys and girls too! One of the most unique Blazers we’re seen of late? The pieces from Nike’s Floral Collection. Check out the 3 vibrant kicks from the set:

1) Nike Floral Print Blazer (LA)

Nike Floral Print Blazer (LA)

2) Nike Floral Print Blazer (Chicago)

Nike Floral Print Blazer (Chicago)

3) Nike Floral Print Blazer (New York)

Nike Floral Print Blazer (New York)

So much floral blazer love. But if you’re a fan of the classics, you’ll find more Nike Blazers here.

We have our hearts set on the New York Dandelion Blazer. Which city’s floral design do you like the most in the list? Let us know!

Wantering

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That’s probably why I get so irritated by people who react to the church’s targeting and firing of LGBT Catholics and allies with a shrug, a sneer, or a dismissive, self-righteous comment like “what did they expect?”. Unless you’ve gone through it yourself, you have no idea what a shattering, life-altering, demoralizing, and humiliating experience it is. “What did they expect?” is victim-blaming, pure and simple, and the absolute worst way to respond when a person is suffering.

Just as maddening as “what did they expect?” is the other response that people always seem to have to the gay Catholic musician, lesbian Catholic school teacher, or church worker with an LGBT child: “why do they belong to an organization that hates them?” This response is completely masturbatory: it makes the person saying it feel good about themselves for what they perceive to be their superior state of enlightenment, but doesn’t actually accomplish much else.

Instead of acknowledging the victim’s unjust suffering and offering sympathy and support, this response shames them for being in a spiritual place that’s different from one’s own. It’s also profoundly unhelpful, unless one believes that only certain LGBT people, in certain religious communities and faith traditions, deserve justice and basic human dignity.