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comedycentral:

Click here to watch Jason Jones and Aasif Mandvi discuss this segment in The Daily Show Correspondent Spotlight: Behind the Spotlight.

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revolucianado:

revolucianado:

tryin to clean my house and listen to Beyonce at the same time

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I didn’t almost break my neck for 4 notes you fuckers

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warloq:

carmen carrera keeping it 1000% real as always

warloq:

carmen carrera keeping it 1000% real as always

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jerrykou:

rp0077:

micasablumpkins:

the-unpopular-opinions:

i really hate seeing children at gay rallies. in most cases, they don’t understand what they’re doing and what they’re promoting. i think most children are pressured into going to gay rallies by their parents and, therefore, pressured into believing in gay marriage. 

i really hate seeing children in churches. in most cases, they don’t understand what they’re doing and what they’re promoting. i think most children are pressured into going to churches by their parents and, therefore, pressured into believing in a magic man in the sky who will send them to hell if they touch themselves or eat shrimp.

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jerrykou:

rp0077:

micasablumpkins:

the-unpopular-opinions:

i really hate seeing children at gay rallies. in most cases, they don’t understand what they’re doing and what they’re promoting. i think most children are pressured into going to gay rallies by their parents and, therefore, pressured into believing in gay marriage. 

i really hate seeing children in churches. in most cases, they don’t understand what they’re doing and what they’re promoting. i think most children are pressured into going to churches by their parents and, therefore, pressured into believing in a magic man in the sky who will send them to hell if they touch themselves or eat shrimp.

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If you had had the choice before birth to be black or white, gay or straight, knowing the obstacles you’d have to overcome if you picked black and gay, would you have chosen to be white and straight?”

It was a simple enough question, but I was terrified of answering it. I was afraid my response might reveal something about me that I didn’t want to face: Did I think it was better to be white and straight? Would I prefer to be white and straight?

Last year a suitor in Tel Aviv told me how “blessed” I am to be black. I laughed in his face and wondered what planet was he living on. Regardless of how one feels about the physical appeal of black men, considering the racism and discrimination against us that’s been running rampant in the world for centuries, it would be hard to argue that we are truly blessed.

That’s not to say I’d prefer to be something else. I tried to make that argument with Rudie — “I’m happy as is,” I announced — but he wasn’t letting me off so easily.

"That’s not what I asked. Regardless of how you feel now, knowing what you’d have to deal with as a gay black man, would you have chosen to be what you are if you’d had the choice?"

"No."

—   The Importance of Being Born Black and Gay | Jeremy Helligar for the Huffington Post Gay Voices  (via gaywrites)

Some wise words from Dame Julie.

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awkwardsituationist:

photos by alberto ghizzi panizza of two snails on italy’s po river mesmerized by a raindrop, the seeming vortex it created, and its almost instant disappearance.
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