underthe-corktree:

TODAY AT THE MALL THIS GUY COMES UP TO ME AND GOES “wow you are the most beautiful person I have ever seen in my entire life” and I was so startled and confused and panicked that in the most monotoned voice ever I responded “do you like fall out boy”

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wonder-where-pete-wentz:

yippycaye:

hurleyquinn:

antistump:

dunshua:

antistump:

dunshua:

X PSA if you have a nasty, bi-phobic song please do not use it in the name of helping the gay community goodbye

hoW IS THIS BIPHOBIC?? THE SONG IS LITERALLY ABOUT BEING A BI FEMALE. BRENDON URIE IS BI (ARGUABLY). AS A BI MAN I AM CONFUSED. EXPLAIN.

it perpetuates negative stereotypes about bisexual people (bisexual women especially) and i don’t know where you got the idea that the song is about being a “bi female” like i guess that’s one way to interpret it but still perpetuates harmful stereotypes such as bi people just being confused and wishy washy (“a girl who can’t decide”)
also it doesn’t matter what sexuality brendon urie is it doesn’t change that the song is bi-phobic :(

*cracks my knuckles loudly and bisexually* Look, I am a trans* man. Pre-op, No binder, No Testosterone. I basically am a female in every aspect. (To be changed). I’m also bi. Now, I’m studying to be an English teacher, so I’m going to break the song down to my understanding of it.
"A Girl who can’t decide". Ah, but what come’s after that?
"And here’s the reason why: Girls love girls and boys"
he also says “Love is not a choice”
Brendon is putting down the stereotype. He’s saying “Oh, why can’t they “decide”? That’s because GIRLS CAN love GIRLS AND BOYS! It’s not a choice! You biphobic turd!”
When I said it was about being a bisexual female, what I meant was, Brendon’s kind of encouraging the girl to come out and admit she’s bi, to come out of the closet. Embrace it. “I don’t want to save your reputation”. The girl’s afraid of coming out, that people won’t accept her. But Brendon thinks that she should come out anyway. I mean, the song was influenced by his relationship with a bi woman (source below)
The rest is basically him being like “I don’t care that you’re bi and have a girlfriend I love you pls date me” (Which is silly, like #1 Brendon you’re married, #2 u might as well have called it “Girls/Girls/Friendzone”) But it’s a love song, kinda. That’s what they’re about.
And I think it does matter, his sexuality. I wouldn’t write a biphobic, racist, transphobic song? (Since i’m bi, mixed and trans*)? Would I? That wouldn’t make sense!
The song encouraged me to come out to my parents.. For what it’s worth.
Also, if Brendon Urie WAS biphobic, why would he do this? [x] And say this? [x]

"*cracks my knuckles loudly and bisexually*" that whole thing was beautiful

bless you tumblr user antistump

It is shocking that a band could literally write a song supporting gay love, then release merch with the same cause, donate proceeds to one of the biggest lgbt charity’s there is the world, put in all this effort to be allys, to help the community and someone calls them homophobic? Where did you even get that from.

wonder-where-pete-wentz:

yippycaye:

hurleyquinn:

antistump:

dunshua:

antistump:

dunshua:

X PSA if you have a nasty, bi-phobic song please do not use it in the name of helping the gay community goodbye

hoW IS THIS BIPHOBIC?? THE SONG IS LITERALLY ABOUT BEING A BI FEMALE. BRENDON URIE IS BI (ARGUABLY). AS A BI MAN I AM CONFUSED. EXPLAIN.

it perpetuates negative stereotypes about bisexual people (bisexual women especially) and i don’t know where you got the idea that the song is about being a “bi female” like i guess that’s one way to interpret it but still perpetuates harmful stereotypes such as bi people just being confused and wishy washy (“a girl who can’t decide”)

also it doesn’t matter what sexuality brendon urie is it doesn’t change that the song is bi-phobic :(

*cracks my knuckles loudly and bisexually* Look, I am a trans* man. Pre-op, No binder, No Testosterone. I basically am a female in every aspect. (To be changed). I’m also bi. Now, I’m studying to be an English teacher, so I’m going to break the song down to my understanding of it.

"A Girl who can’t decide". Ah, but what come’s after that?

"And here’s the reason why: Girls love girls and boys"

he also says “Love is not a choice”

Brendon is putting down the stereotype. He’s saying “Oh, why can’t they “decide”? That’s because GIRLS CAN love GIRLS AND BOYS! It’s not a choice! You biphobic turd!”

When I said it was about being a bisexual female, what I meant was, Brendon’s kind of encouraging the girl to come out and admit she’s bi, to come out of the closet. Embrace it. “I don’t want to save your reputation”. The girl’s afraid of coming out, that people won’t accept her. But Brendon thinks that she should come out anyway. I mean, the song was influenced by his relationship with a bi woman (source below)

The rest is basically him being like “I don’t care that you’re bi and have a girlfriend I love you pls date me” (Which is silly, like #1 Brendon you’re married, #2 u might as well have called it “Girls/Girls/Friendzone”) But it’s a love song, kinda. That’s what they’re about.

And I think it does matter, his sexuality. I wouldn’t write a biphobic, racist, transphobic song? (Since i’m bi, mixed and trans*)? Would I? That wouldn’t make sense!

The song encouraged me to come out to my parents.. For what it’s worth.

Also, if Brendon Urie WAS biphobic, why would he do this? [x] And say this? [x]

"*cracks my knuckles loudly and bisexually*" that whole thing was beautiful

bless you tumblr user antistump

It is shocking that a band could literally write a song supporting gay love, then release merch with the same cause, donate proceeds to one of the biggest lgbt charity’s there is the world, put in all this effort to be allys, to help the community and someone calls them homophobic? Where did you even get that from.

slayerdeans:

pete talking about his suicide attempt for half of us

"The darkest moment was, uh… we had just finished recording our major label record and uh, two days later we were going to, um, Europe. And… I felt completely lost and out of control. At that point I’d seen some doctors and they’d kinda, like - they were Hollywood doctors. So they kinda, they gave me, like y’know, a cocktail but I kinda… was like the drug store cowboy. Kind of… took the cocktail the way I wanted to take it. So I, uh… I got in my car and I went and I, uh… I remember, I was listening to Jeff Buckley doing Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hum Hallelujah’ and sat there and took a bunch of Ativan. And, uh… [it was] in a Best Buy parking lot and I - and I called up my manager cause I, y’know, at that point was… completely out of my head with Ativan. And I was talking to him and I was slurring my words so he called my mom and my mom called me and she came and got me. And, we, uh… went to the hospital and then I came home…"

this video means everything to me. 

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At fifteen you had the radiance of early morning, at twenty you will begin to have the melancholy brilliance of the moon.

F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise (via fitzgeraldquotes)