There has been a lot of posts about how the Salvation Army is discriminating against LGBTQ people but I found of their website this a statement debunking the myth of their discrimination on the LGBTQ community. They have a nondiscrimination statement stating: “People who come to the Army for assistance will be served according to their need and our capacity to help - regardless of race, gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation”.
Above on the left is the original photo. The left photo has been circulating like wildfire. I put them side to side to show that you can’t believe everything you see. I love to fight bigots as much as the next lgbtq person but we also shouldn’t be painting enemies that actively try to say the DON’T discriminate against LGBTQ people.
A Christmas Tail
day 5: favourite fairy type
i don’t think anyone really understands how much compliments actually mean to me like i usually brush them off with a joke and a quick “thank you” but really i remember compliments for forever so if you’ve ever complimented me or done something nice for me thank you so much wow
Stasha Becker North West Mommy, the mother and photographer of her 6-year-old son Julian and their huge dog, a 7 year old Newfoundland named Max. The family lives in the Pacific Northwest, on an island just above Seattle. As Stasha states, “Our island is one big playground and there are adventures galore.” The above photos show the close bond between man and best friend and hopefully their friendship last a life time.
My daughter wanted to dress up her hamster in dolly clothes, I told her that wasn’t really going to work…but if we cut holes in a box and make some of those seaside type pictures you stick your head through, only hamster sized, perhaps we could make him look like he dressed up!