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outrising:

Here’s What Happened When A Three And A Five Year Old Had A Conversation About Gay Marriage

The Gay Women Channel have released a short video that features a three year old girl and a five year old boy discussing marriage and whether they would marry a boy or a girl. It is, after all, the modern dilemma of or generation (even for toddlers, apparently).

But there’s a twist. Because – shock horror! – the actors that portray the kids are REAL LIFE ADULTS. I know, right. Who knew? But the voices are REAL LIFE CHILDREN. *mind blown…* Read more.

It’s a shame we can’t hold onto the openness and wonder of childhood.

creatingfromculture:

blackgirlsbirthedtheearth:

aliilovely:

strivingking:

arsenicandgoldlace:

justshy:

bodyofafrica:

BEST Prom photo EVER! 😍

they look too cute

This is real fucking life. They look great. #Respect

heavily fuck with this picture

🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌

Cute

l

This should be a model for couples everywhere. It’s not about the bling. It’s about being with the one you love.
Allow me a sappy moment while I wish them happiness throughout their lives. :)

creatingfromculture:

blackgirlsbirthedtheearth:

aliilovely:

strivingking:

arsenicandgoldlace:

justshy:

bodyofafrica:

BEST Prom photo EVER! 😍

they look too cute

This is real fucking life. They look great. #Respect

heavily fuck with this picture

🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌

Cute

l


This should be a model for couples everywhere. It’s not about the bling. It’s about being with the one you love.

Allow me a sappy moment while I wish them happiness throughout their lives. :)

(Source: womanofastar)

Judge: Ohio must recognize out-of-state gay marriages

breakingnews:

APA federal judge ordered Ohio officials on Monday to recognize same-sex marriages performed in other states.

"The record before this court … is staggeringly devoid of any legitimate justification for the state’s ongoing arbitrary discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation," Judge Timothy Black wrote in his ruling.

Ohio plans to appeal.