Here’s the sexuality section of the posters my GSA will be putting up around the school!
These posters are by no means exhaustive and I only put the bare basics of each sexuality on the poster. If there’s a glaring error in a definition or something please tell me so I can fix it before we put these up in real life!
I like these too
i remember one time the simpsons made a joke about fox news and they got so insulted they tried to sue them but the court was like “this aired on ur network u can’t sue urself”
AU: Nine meets Ten and Eleven
AKA HOW THE 50th SHOULD HAVE BEEN
THIS WOULDA MADE ME SO HAPPY
Or Eight. Eight would’ve made sense too. Bet Paul McGann would’ve been happy to do it.
*gets absolutely nothing done* well time for a break
I get really turned on when he does the button thing.
“I wish I was your favorite memory…”
this wins over other pro-gay commercials because you had no idea he was gay and then you can’t tell which one is his husband
they are showing them as people
not as gays and straights
fuckin love this commercial
can we just talk abotu the fact that the husbands arent even bringing the drinks over theyre just standing there next to the drinks and chatting
fuckin useless husbands
they are showing anyone can be useless. Even gay people
they are saying that it doesn’t matter if you are gay or straight. You can still be a useless person
this post got better
These two are probably the best out of all the face characters
high school and college, the whole educational system, in a nutshell.
A lesser-known tale about one of the most famous partnerships in crime fiction will be published next month by Walker Books in collaboration with Royal Collection Trust. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s much-loved characters, Sherlock Holmes and his trusty sidekick Dr John H Watson, are bought to life in a book measuring just 38.5 x 30 mm, an exact replica of the hand-written story created by Conan Doyle exclusively for Queen Mary’s Dolls’ House in 1922.
I am SO pumped about finally being able to read this in the tiny original version. This is easily one of my favorite Holmes stories.