vibranium:

helloimashoutyman:

If you lose one sense, your other senses are enhanced.

That’s why people with no sense of humour have an increased sense of self-importance.

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(Source: femboss)

thebeatlesforsale:

pretentious classic rock fan voice: real music 

I want to be with you,
it is as simple,
and as complicated as that.
- Charles Bukowski  (via forlornes)

(Source: ephe)

hiwonoafu:

pop-u-lar

officialmaureenjohnson:

girls don’t want boys girls want tickets to the sold-out run of finding neverland with jeremy jordan

keeppthevibe:

I believe that two people are connected at the heart, and it doesn’t matter what you do, or who you are, or where you live; there are no boundaries or barriers if two people are destined to be together.

Religious acceptance of LGBT people is rising, study finds

gaywrites:

Religious communities are slowly but surely becoming more accepting of LGBT people, according to new research from Duke University. 

Researchers asked leaders from 1,331 different American houses of worship whether LGBT people or same-sex couples would be welcomed and accepted in their congregations. The study found that from 2006 to 2012, acceptance of LGBT congregants rose from 37.4 percent to 48 percent. 

The positive trend for LGBT people were not universal in the study, with Catholic churches exhibiting somewhat less acceptance of gay and lesbian members in 2012 than in 2006. When asked, Chaves told HuffPost he believed the decrease may be correlated to an “increased salience” of homosexuality in the Catholic Church as evidenced by the recent firings of gay teachers in parochial schools and Catholic organizations.

While the Catholic Church’s stance on homosexuality remains seated in the somewhat vague but hopeful words of Pope Francis, “Who am I to judge?”, other church bodies have taken more definitive action to promote LGBT equality. In June the Presbyterian Church (USA) voted in a landmark decision to allow same-sex marriages, following in the footsteps of the U.S. Episcopal Church which made the same decision two years prior.

It’s almost all good news! We’re getting there. 

defyingit:

I will fucking walk the 3,000 miles to the broadway flea market next year if I have to

Got the shirt, got some walking shoes, did not walk

teamdaae:

Moment of silence for all of us who can’t attend the Broadway Flea Market this year.

on-a-ship:

Marketing.

meangreenelphie:

I’ve noticed that whenever Elphaba belts a lot (Wizard and I, Defying Gravity and No Good Deed), it’s the times that is the least emotionally reserved and just shows all of her true emotions.

But in For Good, despite the fact that it is one of the most dramatic points in the musical, Elphaba doesn’t belt at all…..

because she’s trying to hide all of pain and sadness from Glinda to make sure she stays hidden and can move on with her life….


For the things i’ve done,you blame me for.

drewmichaelchadwicksbutt:

YOU KNOW YOURE IN TOO DEEP WHEN YOU PICTURE YOURSELF SNUGGLING IN BED NEXT TO THEM OR WHEN YOU ARE DOING SOMETHING FUN AND WISH THEY WERE THERE TO SHARE THAT MOMENT WITH YOU OR THE WORST IS WHEN YOU SEE SOMETHING AND THINK OH THEY WOULD LIKE THAT


there’s kind of a, sort of a cost