The Potato Post

basedgosh:

can we please get some sort of mental health education for parents i cant believe how many are in denial of their child’s condition

picturesofbeds:

(by Dani Padgett ∆)

radbun:

radbun:

is there anyone in the west virginia area that would be willing to take in a young LGBT kid getting away from an abusive home for a few days while the legal shit gets worked out

please i really really really need help even if its just a signal boost this is me fucking begging ple ase

whoops my hand keeps slipping get me away from the eyeliner

whoops my hand keeps slipping get me away from the eyeliner

rodham-clinton:

really all you need to know about the american health care system is that there’s a popular tv series where a man turns to cooking industrial quantities of crystal meth in order to pay his hospital bills

crystalfy:

It bothers me that the intelligence of animals is measured by how willing they are to obey the commands of a human.

same goes for students at schools

I just realized how fucked up that is wow. 

I KNOOOOOW ive seen people do it i know its out there i need a god damn halloween store the only downside to living in korea ive been throwing a fit over trying to find some good hair(?) and a good mask for 3 years tim cosplay is fuckin srs

tim cosplay is v fuckin srs

i feel u

gaywrites:

California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a law that will ensure a trans person’s correct gender identity is reflected on their death certificate. 

The Respect After Death Act requires officials who complete death certificates to consult government-issued documents, evidence from medical procedures, and other proof of a person’s gender identity, presumably to avoid the requirement of listing a person’s name as it appears on their birth certificate. 

Masen Davis of the Transgender Law Center, a cosponsor of the bill, said this was a “common-sense bill that will help protect the dignity of our loved ones upon their passing.”

The Respect After Death Act was inspired by the passing of San Francisco artist and advocate Christopher Lee, who was misgendered after his death in 2012.

“I’m so happy,” said Lee’s close friend Chino Scott-Chung, said in a statement on Friday. “It brings us great solace to know that Christopher’s legacy will live on to protect the dignity of other transgender people, and that their friends and families will hopefully not have to endure what we did.”

Important.