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Screencap from Tight Spot (1955)

Sherry Conley (Ginger Rogers), a street tough and cynical woman with an unhappy family background, is taken from prison to a hotel, where the DA (Edward G. Robinson) tries to convince her to testify against a mobster. Sherry is reluctant because the last witness was murdered before he made it to the stand, and why should she stick her neck out? At the hotel, several attempts are made on her life, and she falls for Vince (Brian Keith), the policemen guarding her.- IMDB

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Sounds DIVINE! Hahaha…

Screencap from Tight Spot (1955)

  • Sherry Conley (Ginger Rogers), a street tough and cynical woman with an unhappy family background, is taken from prison to a hotel, where the DA (Edward G. Robinson) tries to convince her to testify against a mobster. Sherry is reluctant because the last witness was murdered before he made it to the stand, and why should she stick her neck out? At the hotel, several attempts are made on her life, and she falls for Vince (Brian Keith), the policemen guarding her.- IMDB

nohabear:

toasterstix:

nohabear:

dashbort:

princeofthehallows:

A point Jon Stewart and EVERY OTHER GAY GUY wishes you could comprehend. 

LITERALLY EVERY STRAIGHT BOY NEEDS TO SEE THIS

i’m a straight boy and i’m not uncomfortable around gay people please stop making assumptions about all of us thank you

Would you like a cookie for being a decent person or what

yes absolutely

Homophobia (noun) The unreasonable fear that gay men will objectify you in the same way you treat women, as objects to be dominated.

(Source: d0ntevenw0rryab0utit)

The only reason Fred Phelps is still alive is because neither God nor Satan wants anything to do with him.

ADignorantium

rick-sanchez:

takemetothepapertowns:

*claps b/c awesomeness*

perfection.

Besides, contrary to what you might think, we’re not interested in having sex with every single naked man we see.

In fact, we’d rather not have sex with most of you. :\

NBA to donate all proceeds from Jason Collins jersey sales to LGBT organizations

gaywrites:

The NBA announced last week that 100% of the proceeds from Jason Collins jersey sales will benefit the Gay, Lesbian & Straight Education Network (GLSEN) and the Matthew Shepard Foundation. They’ve pledged that the donation amount will total at least $100,000.

The NBA will also auction off his signed jerseys to raise money for the same causes.

Since he signed with the Nets on Feb. 23 and was added to the roster, Collins’ jersey has been the top-seller at NBAStore.com, the league said.

Collins wears No. 98 to honor the memory of Shepard, a college student who was killed in an anti-gay hate crime in 1998. Collins met with Shepard’s parents following Thursday’s game at Denver.

“I’m thrilled to work with the league to support two fantastic organizations, both of which work tirelessly to ensure LGBT youth get the resources and assistance they need to be successful in life,” Collins said in a statement.

This is the actual best thing. To buy yours — AKA make a large donation to these organizations and get a “free” jersey out of it — click here. (Full disclosure - I work at one of these organizations, but this would be totally cool even if I didn’t!) 

Speechless.

DEAR ABBY: My husband and I relocated to Florida a little over a year ago and were quickly welcomed into our new neighbors’ social whirl. Two couples in the neighborhood are gay — one male, one female. While they are nice enough, my husband and I did not include them when it was our turn to host because we do not approve of their lifestyle choices. Since then, we have been excluded from neighborhood gatherings, and someone even suggested that we are bigots!

Abby, we moved here from a conservative community where people were pretty much the same. If people were “different,” they apparently kept it to themselves. While I understand the phrase “when in Rome,” I don’t feel we should have to compromise our values just to win the approval of our neighbors. But really, who is the true bigot here? Would you like to weigh in? — UNHAPPY IN TAMPA

DEAR UNHAPPY: I sure would. The first thing I’d like to say is that regardless of what you were told in your previous community, a person’s sexual orientation isn’t a “lifestyle choice.” Gay people don’t choose to be gay; they are born that way. They can’t change being gay any more than you can change being heterosexual.

I find it interesting that you are unwilling to reciprocate the hospitality of people who welcomed you and opened their homes to you, and yet you complain because you are receiving similar treatment.

From where I sit, you may have chosen the wrong place to live because it appears you would be happier in a less integrated neighborhood surrounded by people who think the way you do. But if you interact only with people like yourselves, you will have missed a chance for growth, which is what you have been offered here. Please don’t blow it.

Dear Abby responding to a question about a conservative couple unable to accept same-sex couples as neighbors. NAILED IT. (via Yahoo)  (via gaywrites)