GAY BEST FRIEND 2013
It’s from the director of Jawbreaker so I hope it’s a black comedy about a gay dude who low key ruins the lives of the girls who try to use him like a fashion accessory
“no people should be treated as accessories”
oh my god the last 35 seconds of the video makes me really want to see this
WAIT WAS THAT
THAT WAS EVANNA LYNCHyY
Stephanie Fiagrelle on Fox News using the top picture and thinking she was a dude.
Instead of answering salivating reporters, I’ll post here. Yes, I’m aware that I look like a dude. I have known this my entire life- I’ll prove it by sharing baby photos sometime. I’ve gotten bullied, hit on by gay dudes and hot “straight” girls, seen the inside of both male and female bathrooms. Gotten yelled at for going into the women’s restroom- but never the men’s. I’ve had to tell my parents, grandparents and the rest of my family that I am gay, ultimately facing their rejection. Luckily, since I’ve looked like a dude since birth, they all accepted me with open arms since they really weren’t surprised.
I’ve encountered much adversity in my life because of the way I look and who I’ve chosen to share my life with. Thankfully, I figured out who I was at a young age and I have cultivated a deep sense of self-trust and unshakeable confidence in the process. I am fortunate to have a wonderful, support and loving wife who I got to marry at the top of the Empire State building almost 1 year ago. I have loving parents who have always encouraged me to be myself (except when I went through my baggy pants stage, they hated that) and I have kick ass friends who love me for me.
I have made the decision to live my life authentically no matter who likes it, who’s confused by it, or who thinks I’m going to simmer in hell for eternity. I have many gay and transgender friends who suffer on a daily basis and to you I say, be who are with all of your heart. There’s a passionate fire to LIVE deep inside of each of us and the world will do all it can to snuff it out. Don’t let anyone take that passion from you. Don’t try to change yourself to please other people. You’ll lead a miserable, nightmare of an existence. Trust me, I know from personal experience.
For those who don’t like the way other people look or the choices they make in life (that are ultimately none of your business), here’s my advice: Take care of your own. Put all that energy and hate into bettering yourself, loving your kids and your wife/husband. Learn to open your heart and your mind and do your best to stop spewing your ignorance out into the universe.
Alright, end rant. I’m going to the beach!
This is Jon Gnarr - mayor of Reykjavik, dressed in drag for Iceland’s annual Gay Pride Parade.
When asked what advice he had for other world leaders, he said:
“Be yourself. Don’t be evil. Show a little empathy.”
When asked what celebrity he would like to meet, he said:
“I have dined with kings, I have been offered wings, but I have never been too impressed. I like regular people.”
When asked: Why do you think you have been accepted as an atypicial statesman while other politicians (especially American) are so afraid of stepping out of the social norm?He said: “Probably because of the smallness of this country I live in. We are only 320,000 and practically everyone is friends on Facebook.”
it’s the most wonderful thing