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What??

Seriously, somebody just said “fetishizing queer relationships” is wrong. Excuse me, but I grew up in the 90’s and did not having a single gay friend till college, let alone a boyfriend. I think people often forget just how taboo it was, until recently, to be openly gay. And it’s still pretty fucking taboo in a lot of places - including the USA - if you’re actually paying attention.

So I’m sorry if some of us still “fantasize” about adorable (and yet potentially straight) men actually having a bromance. I’m sorry if I’m not up to speed with the rest of the overzealous social-justice seekers out there.

Hell, even most forms of main stream media still haven’t caught up. There are so few places where the LGBT community can actually view healthy and meaningful relationships - especially not in film or tv (spoiler: the gay guy always dies).

Making sure everything is kosher is important. I completely understand that. But unless your providing social commentary on a culture that is/has had time to fully develop, you’re only limiting that cultures ability to express itself freely and openly.

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pierce-the-sexicans-with-sirens:

council-of-the-daves:

thereadysext:

strangelycharmed:

slurhater:

breatheoutatlantis:

didihearthereadyset:

didihearthereadyset:

So there’s these two guys I know who always talk and when one talks, the other just crosses his arms then stares. In this picture, the one in the red is talking about trucks, which the one in the blue-gray wasn’t paying attention to. The one in red even asked the one in blue what his favorite truck is.
His response was, “yeah, same.”


Update: Guy in red got sad because a girl made fun of his drawing. Guy in the blue asked him this.

that is very cute

This is so absurdly creepy

yeah, seriously, can we stop taking pics of kids without their knowledge and posting them online without their consent????also this is fetishizing queer relationships and being creepy as fuck so yeah, please stop

hey hey hey i got permission.
this isnt fetishizing anything.
because guess what.
THEYRE FUCKING DATING.

awwww

I’m so happy now.

this conversation, though. Seriously. I am super pro-social-justice (as is half of tumblr or so it seems) but I’d like to point out that CONTEXT cannot always be conveyed and one should not jump the gun…. also, these guys are adorbs. <3

pierce-the-sexicans-with-sirens:

council-of-the-daves:

thereadysext:

strangelycharmed:

slurhater:

breatheoutatlantis:

didihearthereadyset:

didihearthereadyset:

So there’s these two guys I know who always talk and when one talks, the other just crosses his arms then stares. In this picture, the one in the red is talking about trucks, which the one in the blue-gray wasn’t paying attention to. The one in red even asked the one in blue what his favorite truck is.

His response was, “yeah, same.”

Update: Guy in red got sad because a girl made fun of his drawing. Guy in the blue asked him this.

that is very cute

This is so absurdly creepy

yeah, seriously, can we stop taking pics of kids without their knowledge and posting them online without their consent????
also this is fetishizing queer relationships and being creepy as fuck so yeah, please stop

hey hey hey i got permission.

this isnt fetishizing anything.

because guess what.

THEYRE FUCKING DATING.

awwww

I’m so happy now.

this conversation, though. Seriously. I am super pro-social-justice (as is half of tumblr or so it seems) but I’d like to point out that CONTEXT cannot always be conveyed and one should not jump the gun…. also, these guys are adorbs. <3

(Source: spoopybarakarts, via theneighborhoodpsychopath)

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