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Remember that online fundraiser to build a pro-LGBT billboard in the Westboro Baptist Church’s hometown? It worked. Feast your eyes on the “God Loves Gays” billboard, standing proud in Topeka, Kansas for all to see. If any additional funding comes through, it will be used for bus ads in Topeka, donations to LGBT youth organizations, and possibly a similar billboard in Utah. Bless. (via the Huffington Post)

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It’s World Suicide Prevention Day and Trevor staff agrees: It’s brave to #AskForHelp today and every day.

Download your own sign for a selfie here. Then upload it using #AskForHelp!

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Have you taken a selfie yet? Download a sign at, then share your selfie with us during September’s National Suicide Prevention Month!

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This was ad-libbed by the voice actor, Craig Ferguson and they chose to keep it in because they loved it. Kids won’t get it but adults will be thinking “did he just imply what I think he implied?”

And later the director confirmed it.

DeBlois revealed that, the reason Gobber never got married, is because he is homosexual. This makes him the first homosexual character of the franchise, and even DreamWorks itself.


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This statement [born this way], however, ignores several valid arguments. Magnus Hirshfeld and other German activists used a variant of this argument earlier in the century when hey claimed that homosexuality was not a willful perversion, but a congenital condition. The argument did not deter Nazi persecution. Second, at a psychological level, there is something dreadfully wrong about basing a political movement on individual and collective helplessness. Do we really expect to bid for real power from a position of “I can’t help it” ? And third, what if the argument is simply not true? By John D’Emilio, Making, Unmaking Minorities: The Tensions Between Gay History and Politics (1986)