2 years ago
I have to tell you that over the course of several years as I have talked to friends and family and neighbors when I think about members of my own staff who are in incredibly committed monogamous relationships, same-sex relationships, who are raising kids together, when I think about those soldiers or airmen or marines or sailors who are out there fighting on my behalf and yet feel constrained, even now that Don’t Ask Don’t Tell is gone, because they are not able to commit themselves in a marriage, at a certain point I’ve just concluded that for me personally it is important for me to go ahead and affirm that I think same sex couples should be able to get married. Cite Arrow President Barack Obama
2 years ago

Howard Stern defends Ellen Degeneres/Rosie O’Donnell and Gay rights

3 years ago 3 years ago
Interview with First Openly Gay Royal Prince (via Imprint Culture Lab)
3 years ago
The films of Wong Kar Wai are often about people who feel very intensely, who love and hate with a fiery passion that bursts out in the garish, expressive aesthetics of the films. In Happy Together, Wong examines this kind of passion especially intimately, through the gay relationship of Ho Po-wing (Leslie Cheung) and Lai Yiu-fai (Tony Leung), who visit Argentina together as a way to reinvigorate their on-again-off-again relationship, but wind up instead merely replaying the same troubles they always have. The film is a powerfully focused examination of this disintegrating, up-and-down relationship, capturing the violent emotions, the heartbreak, the longing and desire, and the fleeting moments of happiness that are like the glue holding this fractured romance together, momentarily bridging the gulf that’s widening between these two men. (via)

The films of Wong Kar Wai are often about people who feel very intensely, who love and hate with a fiery passion that bursts out in the garish, expressive aesthetics of the films. In Happy Together, Wong examines this kind of passion especially intimately, through the gay relationship of Ho Po-wing (Leslie Cheung) and Lai Yiu-fai (Tony Leung), who visit Argentina together as a way to reinvigorate their on-again-off-again relationship, but wind up instead merely replaying the same troubles they always have. The film is a powerfully focused examination of this disintegrating, up-and-down relationship, capturing the violent emotions, the heartbreak, the longing and desire, and the fleeting moments of happiness that are like the glue holding this fractured romance together, momentarily bridging the gulf that’s widening between these two men. (via)

3 years ago 3 years ago


Good enough to give your life for your country, but not good enough to marry person you love? A powerful speech from MN Rep. John Kriesel, one of four Republicans who voted their conscience instead of the party line and opposed a constitutional amendment that would ban gay marriage in Minnesota. 

(Source: chuckolsen, via mikehudack)

4 years ago

theduty: Joel Burns tells gay teens “it gets better”

(via nickelcobalt)

4 years ago
Prop 8 OVERTURNED!!! Pride bag has pockets for rings, rice, and two sets of veils or top hats! Time to get your gay on son (via limited sale price).

Prop 8 OVERTURNED!!! Pride bag has pockets for rings, rice, and two sets of veils or top hats! Time to get your gay on son (via limited sale price).

4 years ago
Gay teen worried he might be Christian.