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751 notes on 24 Apr 14

givemebackmyhomo:

shemlens:

shemlens:

There are no excuses for TIME not including Laverne Cox other than blatant bigotry

None whatsoever

#is there a way to call them out on this

Well, we can email the editor as well as the feedback services: to email the editor, send an email to letters@time.com or feedback@time.com

If enough complaints are vocalized, something may be done.


# Laverne Cox    
# hahaha    
848 notes on 24 Apr 14

adorabagel:

sweaterpawz:

new idea for one direction: just sing every single song off all of the albums 4 the tour

mick jagger could be harrys dad… vas happenin mom.. vas happenin mick </3


# hahaha    # yes    # One Direction    
1,027 notes on 24 Apr 14

hisroyalhighnessmalik:

pinnockhq: ZAYNS HIGH NOTE OMFG IM DYING HERE

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# Zayn Malik    # Moments    
89 notes on 24 Apr 14

Better Than Words x

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# One Direction    # Better Than Words    
809 notes on 24 Apr 14

hazzzlou:

Nialls solo in ‘Why Don’t We Go There’


1,935 notes on 24 Apr 14

botomzayn:

sweaterpawz:

larrycoincidences:

this is louis’ tour

u spelled niall wrong

u both spelled zayn wrong


# One Direction    # Where We Are Tour    
1,112 notes on 24 Apr 14

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# Niall Horan    # You & I    
10,457 notes on 24 Apr 14

harmalade:

if you accidentally misgender someone, or say the wrong name, just correct yourself in the same manner as if you called a cis person by the wrong name or pronouns, which is not unknown because we are all capable of verbal slips.

sometimes i accidentally call people my dog’s name, or i call them “mom”

the right way to do this is “[wrong name], excuse me, [correct name]” or “[wrong pronoun], I’m sorry [correct pronoun]”

if you accidentally mess up someone’s pronouns, do not call attention to it by falling over yourself to apologize.

conversely, do not just move on and hope they didn’t notice. they definitely noticed. not correcting yourself is offensive, and pretending that you didn’t mess up is a form of gaslighting.

if you feel like going the extra mile, apologize the next time you’re alone with them, without excuses. say “I’m sorry that I misgendered you” or “I’m sorry called you the wrong name.” 

do not say “it’s so hard, and i keep forgetting! I’m so bad!” trans people hear this over and over, and the message is that they should apologize for being what they are.

if someone close to you has changed their name and/or pronouns, and you’re having a difficult time with it, maybe you should practice at home. 


# transphobia    
3,939 notes on 24 Apr 14

sstyls:

sstyls:

i cant wait to see liam’s attempts to kill louis this year

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# LiLo    # yes