58 percent of Americans say same-sex marriage would be legal. Think of it this way, if you were planning on marrying for money now, you have 100% of the population to choose from not just 50% – it really benefits us all. Seriously, though, this is a really big deal. Of course I’d like for this number to grow larger and larger but we’ve come along way. According to a WashingtonPost and ABC News poll,”58 percent of Americans now believe it should be legal for gay and lesbian couples to get married; 36 percent say it should be illegal. Public attitudes toward gay marriage are a mirror image of what they were a decade ago: in 2003, 37 percent favored gay nuptials, and 55 percent opposed them.” The article also says that over two-thirds of Americans believe the Supreme Court should decide whether same-sex marriage should be legal instead of letting each state decide. Progress. Progress. Progress.
This 11-year-old comes from a family of gifted prodigies. It’s sort of creepy and delightful.
Shailene Woodley has been cast as Hazel in the Fault In Our Stars movie.
Gwenyth Paltrow had anger issues before she stopped eating gluten or whatever . . .?
“You feel lighter and your emotions get smoother. I also was run-down because I had a lot of unexpressed anger. I made everyone else’s feelings more important than my own. I’d suck it up and then be alone in my car yelling at traffic or fighting with hangers in my closet when they got stuck together.”
The Kardashian sisters sniffed each others panties because that’s what sisters do when their brains have been soaked in fame and numbed by a wealth.
This awesome fellow is painting his house rainbow colored because he happens to be a neighbor to the homophobic hate group the Westboro Baptist “Church.” They couldn’t be further from a church. Calling Westboro a church is like calling Pop Tarts health food because they are fortified with vitamins.
“The reason I haven’t gotten into the gay rights activism is because, in a sense, it’s almost silly — it’s 2013, are we really still in this position? It just seems ludicrous,” said activist Aaron Jackson. “But it is a real issue and kids are killing themselves. I’ve wanted to do something, and I knew when I saw that house for sale that it all came together.”