Former Marine turned photographer Joel Parés’ series Judging America used real people dressed as stereotypes to remind us to not judge a person based on their tattoos, clothing, ethnicity, profession, or sexual orientation, but on their merits.
Anonymous said: Wow can imagine that being hella awkward. What happened?
I was at a bus stop cos going to the theatre and she drove past and I didn’t know it was her but I didn’t see a girl I didn’t like in the car so I was like ‘great I look like shit and just saw her’. Then the car turned around and I was like wtf and it drove past me and I started texting cos awkward and they started shouting something but I was listening to music so idk and guess what? It fucking turned around again. This time, driving past me the car stopped dead in front of me so I looked up and I saw my ex Rachael driving the car, she was smiling so I purposely laughed and that annoyed her so she drove off. It was weird. First time I’ve seen her in like a year
- Having sex every day.
- Saving sex for your wedding night.
- Never having sex.
- Having sex with different people.
- Having sex with one person.
- Having sex with a person of your same gender.
- Loving sex.
- Hating sex.
- Being loud.
- Being quiet.
The only thing wrong with sex?
When it’s not consensual.
Because that’s not sex. That’s rape.
Reblogging again because this post is so important.
Now remember people, National Coming Out Day is on its way. If you “come out” on facebook as straight and/or cis, an ally, a brony, a fucking whovian, or anything other than a marginalized sexual orientation and/or gender identity, I will ram my boot so far up your ass you’ll be tasting Vans for weeks.