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Because those two men holding guns are ensuring the rights of people to be different. They may or may not approve of the two men holding hands but they don't have to.

Eliza Galimba, 16, holds up a sign while watching the 44th annual San Francisco Gay Pride parade Sunday, June 29, ...

Eliza Galimba, holds up a sign while watching the annual San Francisco Gay Pride parade Sunday, June .

How Society Polices Women's Clothing (No Matter What We Wear): Part Two

How Society Polices Women’s Clothing (No Matter What We Wear)

a classic. Not trying to offend with the language. But extremly relevent. Also doesn't mean i don't love the troops.

Bombing for Peace is like fucking for virginity - anti-war Protest sign

Just tell it how it is... the 'truth' is refreshing in a world gone mad on lies and political correctness. Artist: unknown, but man l love the scale and concept Skullybloodrider.

Jay Littman – Photo of a Skinny White Girl. Proposed billboard-based art project in Los Angeles, CA meant to challenge beauty standards and other accepted values in contemporary culture.

How often do we play into the way our culture labels ourselves and encourages us to label others?

I think most people identify homosexuals as only being "GAY" but people shouldn't have labels.I really don't like labels. I just dont! I mean who cares if you're straight, gay, whatever there's just really no point to them. LABELS ARE FOR CLOTHES!

#ArtCrush Rora Blue's new series Handle With Care is an exploration into modern day sexist language and the pressure of stereotypical gender roles. The inventive series aims to take back the language that so often tries to pigeonhole women. #feminism #art

Rora Blue's new series Handle With Care is an exploration into modern day sexist language and the pressure of stereotypical gender roles. The inventive series aims to take back the language that so often tries to pigeonhole women.

It seems so simple.

No one in America should ever be afraid to walk down the street holding the hand of the person they love. --President Barak Obama - gay rights

Atmosphere in the 2015 NYC Pride March on June 28 2015 in New York City

Parade spectators held up a positive sign that read "Born this way" as they smiled for the cameras from the sideline during the Pride March.

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