I took the stars and made a map.

I knew that somehow I would find my way back.

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I heard your heart beating; it was in darkness too, so I stayed in the darkness with you.





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I’m starting to think maybe it’s going to pass.

(It’s not going to pass.  It’s not going to pass.)

It’s going to pass...

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Future U.S. History Students: “It’s Pretty Embarrassing How Long You Guys Took To Legalize Gay Marriage

DECATUR, IL, THE YEAR 2083—According to students in Mr. Bernard’s fourth-period U.S. history class, it’s “really pathetic” how long it took for early-21st-century Americans to finally legalize gay marriage.

The classroom of 15-year-olds at MacArthur High School—all of whom were born in the late 2060s and grew up never questioning the obvious fact that homosexual couples deserve the right to get married—were reportedly “amazed” to learn in their Modern U.S. History: 2081 Edition textbooks that as late as the 2020s, gays and lesbians actually had to fight for the constitutional right to wed.

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Back when I was only allowed to listen to “Christian” music, there were two artists I loved.  One of them was Jennifer Knapp, the folk rock singer-songwriter who won awards for her complex, tortured faith-based music, took a seven-year sabbatical, and finally came out. 
The other was Margaret Becker. On a whim, I looked up her Wikipedia article last night.

"Becker has been single for her entire life…"

There’s a reason for that, people.
Yes, these were the two artists I really related to growing up. 
…There’s a reason for that too.

Back when I was only allowed to listen to “Christian” music, there were two artists I loved.  One of them was Jennifer Knapp, the folk rock singer-songwriter who won awards for her complex, tortured faith-based music, took a seven-year sabbatical, and finally came out

The other was Margaret Becker. On a whim, I looked up her Wikipedia article last night.

"Becker has been single for her entire life…"

There’s a reason for that, people.

Yes, these were the two artists I really related to growing up. 

…There’s a reason for that too.

This is how my beloved responds to the birth control question, too.   :D

lgbtlaughs:

Nurse: Are you currently sexually active?

Me: No…

Nurse: Have you ever been?

Me: Yes!

Nurse: What do you use for birth control?

Me: Homosexuality.

Nurse: ….Condoms?

Me: No! I’m a lesbian!

Nurse: Oh. Good.

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A 1914 US clothing ad featured this image.  I love it.

A 1914 US clothing ad featured this image.  I love it.