a couple of these are reposts from my side im sorry but here’s lots of denby and some awful messy sketchy gage gOODNIGHT also tumblr was like “no” the first time i tried posting these so apologies if it double posts!!!
when i was around 5 i asked my mom why “some people were different colors” and she said “because god wanted lots of flavors” and let me tell you that was the wrong thing to say because for the next 3 years i thought god ate people when they died
#sculptober : Candy.
Candy corn rats! :D
Benefits of having OTPS that can double as brOTP:
Always together (platonic or romantic)
Nobody can deny they aren’t important to each other
Their fucking friendships are a precious thing
A good relationship
Communication comes relatively easy
Simple things can’t shake their unbreakable bro-ship
some of my favorite homestuck quotes
This is actually very beautiful- I should remember this.
Oh, hello self esteem. It seems I found you again.
Everyone should take the time to look at, read, and think about this
If there is one thing that everybody should really read and take into consideration, it’s this.Too many people forget this
This is very powerful
THIS THIS THIS
- Nice Jewish Girls, a lesbian anthology edited by Evelyn Torton Beck
- Twice Blessed, edited by Christie Balka and Andy Rose
- Queer Jews, edited by David Shneer and Caryn Aviv
- Mentsh: On Being Jewish and Queer, edited by Angela Brown
- Found Tribe, edited by Lawrence Schimel
- Balancing on the Mechitza: Transgender in the Jewish Community, edited by Noach Dzmura
- Between Sodom and Eden, by Lee Walzer
- God vs. Gay?: The Religious Case for Equality, by Jay Michaelson
- Through the Door of Life: A Jewish Journey Between Genders, by Joy Ladin
- Blood, Marriage, Wine, and Glitter, by S. Bear Bergman
- Keep Your Wives Away from Them: Orthodox Women, Unorthodox Desires, edited by Miryam Kabakov
- Torah Queeries: Weekly Commentaries on the Hebrew Bible, edited by Gregg Drinkwater, Joshua Lesser and David Shneer
- Kulanu (All of Us): A Program & Resource Guide for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual & Transgender Inclusion, by Richard F. Address, Joel L. Kushner, and Geoffrey Mitelman
- Judaism and Homosexuality: An Authentic Orthodox View, by Rabbi Chaim Rapoport
- Queer Theory and the Jewish Question, edited by Daniel Boyarin, Daniel Itzkovitz, and Ann Pellegrini
- Queering the Text: Biblical, Medieval, and Modern Jewish Stories, by Andrew Ramer
- The Passing Game: Queering Jewish American Culture, by Warren Hoffman
- Wrestling with God and Men: Homosexuality in the Jewish Tradition, by Rabbi Steven Greeberg
- Like Bread on the Seder Plate: Jewish Lesbians and the Transformation of Tradition, by Rebecca Alpert
This list doesn’t include all the memoirs, all the fiction short story collections. They’re mostly books I’ve read— some of them, like “Like Bread on a Seder Plate” and “Queer Jews” I grew up with, others, like “Torah Queeries” and “Keep Your Wives Away From Them” I read on my own time. They range from Orthodox to Reconstructionist to Reform, and encompass a variety of ways of tangling with Jewish tradition.
If you are curious about LGBTQ people in the Jewish tradition, I urge you read at least one if not more of these.
Hagrid Hagrid Potter, you were named after the onLY GUY IN MY LIFE WHO LOOKED OUT FOR ME WITH ZERO ULTERIOR MOTIVES HE LITERALLY JUST CARED ABOUT ME BECAUSE HE WAS A GENUINELY NICE PERSON AND HE DESERVES SOME RECOGNITION FOR THAT
yur a wizar hry
im a wot ??