Hey! My name is Nathan and this blog is dedicated to anything that I like. (no specific theme) Generally, there is a lot of food porn, cats, fandom, (SuperWhoLock, SNK, Orange is the New Black...more) environmental, and social justice posts. Enjoy! :) You can always ask me things.

 

consensualbuttflicking:

woc problems: when you’re googling information to learn more about your ethnicity due to diaspora and seeing ads for “meeting sexy ________ women”.

luckyra88it:

bingedrunk:

when straight people talk to gays

BACK WHEN DISNEY CHANNEL KNEW WHAT WAS UP I CANNOT BELIEVE THIS SHOW

(Source: versaceslut)

micdotcom:

Homophobic slurs are used in over 25,000 tweets every day 

Do you think before you speak?
In an age of digital technology and communication ruled by emojis and flighty thumbs hovering over mobile phones, there’s a case to be made that social media has made us less aware of the words we use when communicating with the world. 
GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Educators Network, is highlighting the issue with the new campaign, ThinkB4YouSpeak, to raise awareness about the extent to which inflammatory, homophobic and hateful language is used on a daily basis. Their website aims to point out the prevalence of this problematic language in an attempt to curb such behavior through awareness. This campaign runs this month, which is National Bullying Prevention Month.
9 out of 10 LGBT students report being harassed at school in the last year. | Follow micdotcom

micdotcom:

Homophobic slurs are used in over 25,000 tweets every day 

Do you think before you speak?

In an age of digital technology and communication ruled by emojis and flighty thumbs hovering over mobile phones, there’s a case to be made that social media has made us less aware of the words we use when communicating with the world. 

GLSEN, the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Educators Network, is highlighting the issue with the new campaign, ThinkB4YouSpeak, to raise awareness about the extent to which inflammatory, homophobic and hateful language is used on a daily basis. Their website aims to point out the prevalence of this problematic language in an attempt to curb such behavior through awareness. This campaign runs this month, which is National Bullying Prevention Month.

9 out of 10 LGBT students report being harassed at school in the last year. Follow micdotcom