Himuro: Thank you for taking care of our Taiga here. *smile*
Kagami: Stop treating me like a kid///
Kise: Kagamicchi, your guard’s always down, which makes it even more difficult to put my hands on you… *tremble*
Kagami: Huh? What are you saying? Aren’t we going to play basketball?
Kagami: Don’t cry over a few snacks!! You’ll lose your manliness! *wipe*
Murasakibara: Thank you~ Kagami~ *sniff*
Kagami: Midorima so high~~! So cool~!
Midorima: Ugh- You’re heavy…get down from there, Kagami-
Aomine: Hey! Stay still, baKagami!! *lift up*
Kagami: Eh? Eh!?
I’m willing to watch that horrible movie just over this sappy feelgood stuff.
You know, the one that gives housewives/full-time mothers a pension— wages for housework?
It’s ONLY A HUGE VICTORY FOR FEMINISM, SOCIALISM, AND WOMEN OF COLOR. Not a big deal or anything. Tumblr is mysteriously silent about this.
oh God I know I shouldn’t even be starting on this when I haven’t finished the PP series but BLAME GABBY
Carolyn Compton is in a three year-old relationship with a woman. According to Compton’s partner Page Price, Compton’s ex-husband rarely sees their two children and was also once charged with stalking Compton, a felony, although he eventually plead to a misdemeanor charge of criminal trespassing.
And yet, thanks to a Texas judge, Compton could lose custody of her children because she has the audacity to live with the woman she loves.
According to Price, Judge John Roach, a Republican who presides over a state trial court in McKinney, Texas, placed a so-called “morality clause” in Compton’s divorce papers. This clause forbids Compton having a person that she is not related to “by blood or marriage” at her home past 9pm when her children are present. Since Texas will not allow Compton to marry her partner, this means that she effectively cannot live with her partner so long as she retains custody over her children. Invoking the “morality clause,” Judge Roach gave Price 30 days to move out of Compton’s home.
Compton can appeal Roach’s decision, but her appeal will be heard by the notoriously conservative Texas court system. Ultimately, the question of whether Compton’s relationship with Price is entitled to the same dignity accorded to any other loving couple could rest with the United States Supreme Court.
Perhaps Texas should consider changing the state motto from “Friendship” to something more accurate, like “Bigotry.”
What the actual fuck is this garbage
I don’t have any words. None.
*sigh* We’re not turning blue fast enough.
Shingeki no Purikura