Lil Scrappy wants you to know that he has no problem with the LGBQTIA community, but one thing is for certain: he doesn't want children to grow up seeing such things and having their minds swayed to follow suit.
Scrappy also feels as if this another "racist situation.""If a Black man [were] to do that, come on, man, you [are] ruined." Though he believes "men wanna be women" due to the higher power they've received over the years, if a Black man were to do it he strongly believes he wouldn't get as much support as Caitlyn - he even goes on to add that Black men may even get assassinated for such thoughts.
Where could they have gotten this idea? #BlackLivesMatter
This weekend, as the elated masses took to the streets to celebrate Friday’s historical win for inclusiveness and equality, the hate groups of the world took it upon themselves to balance out all that joy. Or, in the case of the Jewish Political Action Committee, they took it upon the Mexican laborers they hired to dress up as Jews and do the protesting for them.
The New York Times ran across this ragtag group of supposedly Semitic protestors bearing signs that read things like “Judaism prohibits homosexuality” and “G-d Created Adam and Eve NOT Adam and Steve.” But upon being questioned, one of the men revealed that they were actually Mexican workers who’d been paid to show up and protest.
Protest set up across the street. Hired Latino men to dress up like Orthodox Jews. Shameful display of hate pic.twitter.com/iG5rvOAu5Y
Below is the lede to a Think Piece of the Year 2K15 candidate.
Well, I'm just going to come right out and say it.
According to the creepy (and confidential) Excel spreadsheet I keep that documents my sex life, I've slept with 99 people. The vast majority of these people (let's call it 97%) were men.
I can see it now; my life as a dark romantic '90s comedy. Young woman tallies 99 sexual partners, decides that's "too many" partners, and saves herself for #100, and a knight in shining armor arrives. He is the hundredth mate, and he is her mate for life.
My life is not a problematically sex-negative and sexist movie plot like the above, but when I realized my "number" had reached 99, I can't say that I didn’t think about slowing my roll.