Congratulations to Minnesota for passing same-sex marriage in the House and Senate this week. Governor Dayton will sign the law later, and make same-sex marriages legal starting August 1st. Marriage equality for everybody!
It’s for a school thing. I’ll probably message you also if you reblog.
you know those friends that you aren’t into romantically but you love them so much you would marry them anyway
THIS IS FOR MY BESTEST FRIEND, MICHELE!!! :D aka diamondmam.
You should follow her because SHE IS JUST AMAZING AND I LOVE HER AND I WOULD MARRY HER IF SHE DIDN’T ALREADY HAVE A HUSBAND.
And Elaira! If you like my blog, you’ll love hers! :D
If you want to eat pizza and watch Lord of the Rings or Star Wars all day with the occasional sexual break, then you are marriage material.
Don’t forget Doctor Who!
Bofur was just Ridiculously Lovely
FOR REAL THOUGH.
I just want to hug him and love him! If I weren’t already married to Samwise Gamgee, I might marry Bofur. :D
CAN WE TALK ABOUT HOW THIS IS THE MOST PERFECT THING I’VE EVER SEEN.
College Humor NAILS this one.
OMG favorite fricking post. Inoffensively, hilariously, and flawlessly gets point across. XD
Here’s A Bunch Of Pictures Of Americans Finding Out They Can Now Legally Marry (Also, a larger version of the above chart).
Where’s the single one.
Also, if you’re Hispanic are you “white or colored”? And would it depend on skin color.
Gaby you missed the point once again. You are starting to sound like a social blogger. HOUSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM.
I’ve never talked to Gaby, but she does have a point. But I think “colored” was used as an umbrella to mean all persons of color. Because the oh-so-mighty whites didn’t want any colored germs on their water fountains or toilets or sinks or restaurants.
It’s such bullshit. Whites have NEVER had a legitimate claim on anything. Those things should ALWAYS have been shared and available to everyone. And it is analogous to straights claiming that marriage is their special thing. It’s NOT. Marriage should be available to everyone, just like water fountains should be available to everyone.
Maine, I’m counting on you!
On November 6, four states will be voting for or against allowing same-sex marriage in their state.
If you are 18 or older, live in either Maryland, Maine, Minnesota, or Washington state, and support same-sex marriage, please do your part by registering to vote and voting in favor of equal rights.
If you are underage and/or you do not live in these states, please reblog this so that people can be informed.
Most importantly, know what the question is asking/what’s being voted on.
If you are for marriage equality (and in one of the following states), then please:
Vote Yes in Maine to proactively pass the freedom to marry
Vote No in Minnesota against defining marriage as only between “one man and one woman”
Vote For Question 6 in Maryland to uphold the freedom to marry
Approve Referendum 74 in Washington to uphold the freedom to marry
i think instead of the woman taking her husband’s name when they get married or doing the hyphenated thing
couples should just smash their last names together
so like if a Smith married a Grabowski you could be Smabowski or Grabith or Grasmithski
and then as the generations go on the names just get more and more ridiculous
why aren’t we doing this
finally, a solution!
Were my last name not as awesome as it is, I would totally do this. But seeing my last name is one of the awesomest names ever, my husband will be taking my name. >:D
Ok fine. Or we’ll be hyphenating. :P
Or I’ll just keep my last name and he can keep his.
Whatever happens, I’m keeping my last name. So there.
Ok fine. If his name is somehow more awesome than mine, then I’ll take his. But seeing as it’s very unlikely that his last name will be more awesome than mine, it’s basically safe to say that I will most likely be keeping my last name. So there.