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misterkiddo:

"…Who am I to judge?”
As a human being, whether an individual is a man, woman, or in between like gays and lesbians, and even those bisexuals, no one can judge anyone by just looking their physical aspects. How can you tell what kind of people they are without knowing their stories? That’s inhumane.
As long as they look like humans, they have eyes, nose, lips, skin, like human, and they can talk, THEY ARE STILL HUMAN and everyone of them deserves a respect we show and acquire to everyone. 
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It’s significant that Spears first dropped the B-word in that October of 2007, at a moment when the world at large was hellbent on painting her as a victim. She reminded everyone that she was down, but not out — and that she was still the international sensation who’d had more than 20 top Billboard hits by the time she was 25, and who’d be serving up more where that came from, just in case anyone wanted a piece of her.
Spears solidified the fact that a “bitch” is not one to be dismissed or ignored. A bitch is somebody who knows what they want and works tirelessly for it. A bitch is a badass. A bitch is a survivor. - MTV
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I still catch myself feeling sad about things that don’t matter anymore.   Kurt Vonnegut (via psych-facts)

ambiguously:

i am too gay and beautiful to do math

(Source: ripelypine)

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