My name is Eli. PoliSci student in Atlanta. I'm queer. They/their pronouns please. I love Star Trek, Sherlock, Supernatural (no spoilers!! on season 6), Firefly, and whole bunch of other stuff. If you go to Dragon*Con in Atlanta, hit me up because I go every year!! Right now I'm in a Star Trek: Voyager mood so beware!!
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anaeolist:

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Apparently today is Sweetest day in Ohio?? I don’t know what  that is, but I was asked to draw some sweet spones in celebration. And what is sweeter than Bones (in his strange-yet-beautiful-as-fuck outfit) carrying Spock’s spirit (in his spirit carrying bag)? NOT MUCH. 
 Also anaeolist requested some Search for Spock fan art and when anaeolist asks something of you, YOU DELIVER GODDAMNIT. 

IM SCREAMING OH MY GOD

anaeolist:

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Apparently today is Sweetest day in Ohio?? I don’t know what  that is, but I was asked to draw some sweet spones in celebration. And what is sweeter than Bones (in his strange-yet-beautiful-as-fuck outfit) carrying Spock’s spirit (in his spirit carrying bag)? NOT MUCH. 

 Also anaeolist requested some Search for Spock fan art and when anaeolist asks something of you, YOU DELIVER GODDAMNIT. 

IM SCREAMING OH MY GOD

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In Montana, a gay couple who have been together for more than three decades have been told that they’re no longer really welcome in the Catholic parish where they’ve been worshiping together for 11 years.

This happened last month, in the town of Lewistown. By all accounts, these two men, one of them 73, the other 66, had done no one any harm. They hadn’t picked a fight. Hadn’t caused any particular stir. Simply went to Mass, same as always. Prayed. Sang in the church choir, where they were beloved mainstays.

There was only this: In May of last year, without any fanfare, the men had traveled to Seattle, where they had met and lived for many years, to get married. And while they didn’t do anything after to publicize the civil ceremony, word eventually leaked out.

So in early August, a 27-year-old priest who had just begun working at the parish summoned them to a meeting, according to local news reports. And at that meeting, he told them that they could no longer be choir members, perform any other roles like that or, for that matter, receive communion.

If they wanted those privileges restored, there was indeed a remedy, which the priest and other church officials spelled out for them over subsequent conversations. They would have to divorce. They would have to stop living together. And they would have to sign a statement that marriage exists only between a man and a woman.

Translation: Renounce a love fortified over 30 years. Unravel your lives. And affirm that you’re a lesser class of people, barred from the rituals in which others blithely participate.

With those little tweaks, the body of Christ can again be yours.

By 'I Do' Means You're Done | Frank Bruni for the New York Times (via gaywrites)

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punklagertha:

i like how cis people act like it would be the worst thing in the world not to assume people’s genders i mean we don’t assume people’s names what if you just met someone and you were like “hey emily” and they were like “thats not my name its megan” and you were like “oh well how was i supposed to know. you look like an emily to me. i guess i can try to call you megan but its gonna be hard because i just see you as such an emily”

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“It’s remarkable being two guys from Texas who would probably be going for the same roles. I feel no competition with him. I feel like he’s my biggest supporter and I know I’m his biggest supporter.”