still upset that the films never acknowledge that Peeta...
I am literally bjork’s wig. not bjork swig, not some weird combo of word. I am the wig. The orange fucking wig.
When other people find out how I feel:
My first thought was to take solace in the fact that a lot of people will be at HIS FUNERAL with the hateful and ugly slogans he and his family so deserve.
But then I realized they’d only be sinking to the lows of the Westboro Baptist “Church”. I urge anyone and everyone who wants to protest his funeral not to. NOT giving him, or his sick family, any attention when they bury that sick fuck will send a bigger message. WE DON’T CARE ABOUT HIM, HIS “CHURCH” OR HIS FAMILY BECAUSE WE’RE TOO BUSY WINNING MARRIAGE EQUALITY AND BASIC WORK RIGHTS FOR THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY.
Phelps’ hatred and abhorrent behavior did give us one good thing: UNITY. He put a human face on a monster and we came together to rise above it. That’s far more important and significant than stooping to the Phelps’ family low.
@feministrocker Of course that’s the issue. Those gloves are purposely marketed for women. So, not only do we have to keep the house clean, we have to look good doing it? That lady has her hair done up, makeup on and most likely heels! It would be laughable if it weren’t so prominent and disgusting. It is NOT the gloves themselves. That’s just ridiculous. It’s the ad men suits that market this crap to us. I saw a lot of comments made by men saying they’d love a pair of those gloves. Maybe they’re gay, maybe they’re not. It shouldn’t matter. But if they want to buy those gloves in Hicksville, USA, who knows what kind of hate that’ll stir up cuz them there gloves are for women! See what I mean?
Where’s my Teavana tea ball damnit?