hospitalville

A signal, half-static, fading with dawn.

dinosaurspen:

User at a hypertext editing editing system console. Brown University, 1969. 

Indeed, according to GLAAD’s latest media reports, on television, out of the “66 regular or recurring LGBT characters on scripted cable television, 35 are gay men, while only 4 are bisexual males.” Meanwhile, of the 102 LGBT-inclusive films released in 2013 (note that’s not all films, just the ones that had LGBT characters), there was only one bisexual male character. That means that less than 6% of LGBT representation on television was of bisexual men, and less than 1% in films in 2013. […]

According to a 2011 Williams Institute report, researchers found that about half of the LGB community identifies as bisexual.

bidyke:

theaubisticagenda:

bubblepoopswamp:

Okay everyone. Do you see this?

Do you see these two words?

They do not mean the same thing.

Can we all decide to stop using “gay” as a synonym for bisexual, since they’re completely different things? Bisexuality is not the same concept as homosexuality, nor is it a subset of it.

In before someone says “but umbrella term!” The umbrella identity has capitalized “g.” This is bisexual erasure and fuck that shit.

Just a friendly note to say that “gay” does not mean bisexual, whether or not the G is capitalized. Saying anything other than “bisexual” to say “bisexual” is bisexual erasure.

red-lipstick:

Nicolas Demeersman aka Pretty Punk (b. 1978, Seclin) Worldwide ongoing Fucking Tourist series 2009-2014 Captures The Resentment Of Locals With A Simple Gesture. (Info with each pic)

Kira and Odo: still adorable.

the meantime

dictionaryofobscuresorrows:

n. the moment of realization that your quintessential self isn’t going to show up, which forces the role to fall upon the understudy, the humble kid for whom nothing is easy, who has spent years mouthing their lines in the wings before stumbling out into the glare of your life, which by then is already well into its second act.