flesh is concept; no more body war. outlaw life as it is, let them die. shame, the other is you!  


on march 31, 2023 as i was scrolling through (@neoitgirl) popped onto my feed to say, “i’m not sure if you heard but in iowa all tr︎ns children under 18 are now being forced to detr︎nsition in the next 6 mons.”

i thought, this can’t be real. sure enough, it is (fuck that).

1:01 when i was diagnosed with this virus it didn't take me long to realize i'dcontracted a diseased society as well

1:19 it could be construed as critical but if you're doing a show of aids there's absolutely no way that you can separate

1:25 politics from aids here's what's happening as we update our top stories from east germany today took down the

1:31 berlin wall bottom line is i may be dying of aids in america 1989 isn't that political

do you have time to go back

Bowers v. Hardwick, 478 U.S. 186 (1986)

(a) The Constitution does not confer a fundamental right upon homosexuals to engage in sodomy. None of the fundamental rights announced in this Court's prior cases involving family relationships, marriage, or procreation bear any resemblance to the right asserted in this case. And any claim that those cases stand for the proposition that any kind of private sexual conduct between consenting adults is constitutionally insulated from state proscription is unsupportable. Pp. 478 U. S. 190-191.

(b) Against a background in which many States have criminalized sodomy and still do, to claim that a right to engage in such conduct is "deeply rooted in this Nation's history and tradition" or "implicit in the concept of ordered liberty" is, at best, facetious. Pp. 478 U. S. 191-194.


There should be great resistance to expand the reach of the Due Process Clauses to cover new fundamental rights. Otherwise, the Judiciary necessarily would take upon itself further authority to govern the country without constitutional authority. The claimed right in this case falls far short of overcoming this resistance. Pp. 478 U. S. 194-195.

(d) The fact that homosexual conduct occurs in the privacy of the home does not affect the result. Stanley v. Georgia, 394 U. S. 557, distinguished. Pp. 478 U. S. 195-196.

(e) Sodomy laws should not be invalidated on the asserted basis that majority belief that sodomy is immoral is an inadequate rationale to support the laws. P. 478 U. S. 196.

"We need to just pause, we need to understand what these emerging therapies actually may potentially do to our kids," Reynolds told reporters at a news conference Tuesday. "My heart goes out to them. I’m a parent, I’m a grandmother, I know how difficult this is. This is an extremely uncomfortable position for me to be in. I don’t like it. But I have to do what I believe right now is in the best interest of the kids."