Bigots have been busy. In the USA , Arizona’s Legislature passed a bill granting businesses the right to cite religious belief as a justification for refusing to serve gays (story here) while Uganda recently passed a law allowing life imprisonment for those convicted of homosexuality (story here). Amnesty International called the latter a "horrific expansion of state-sanctioned homophobia".
“I think at this point in our world, we’ve got a really confused idea of the way gender and sexuality works. I think we’ve created this really superfluous sort of like binary in the way we think about gender. And I guess I identify as queer because I don’t identify with that. I think that makes us less whole as people. I don’t need to be assigned to what it is I can do or who I can love. And it seems like we keep drawing these battle lines which are completely unnecessary. So that’s what I basically mean. When I say I’m queer, I’m saying that I think human beings are amazing. And love is an honor and an opportunity. And a fragile thing. A fragile process in which there’s no room for doubt, or shame, or hatred.” — Ezra Miller
(Source: jimmytfallon, via justlaughterandgladness)