Hey, I'm Lis. 22. Diastrophic Dwarf; 3 feet tall (90 cm). New Yorker. College graduate. Deutsch sprecher. Huge Heath Ledger fan. Big Green Day fan. Supporter of Human Rights (race, ethnicity, disability, and/or sexual orientation).

Fandoms: BRo (Barney x Robin of How I Met Your Mother), Kurtbastian (Kurt x Sebastian of Glee) Nuke & Barby (Luke x Noah & Barbara x Henry of As the World Turns), Will/Sonny (Days of Our Lives), Allison/Joe (Medium), Jack/Ennis (Brokeback Montain).

Men I <3 - Heath Ledger (RIP), Jake Silbermann, Cary Elwes, Grant Gustin, David Kross, Hugh Laurie, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jake Weber, Jim Carrey, Neil Patrick Harris, Chris Colfer, Matt Bomer, Adam Lambert, Ewan McGregor, Shane Dawson, Michael Park, Thore Schoelermann.

Awesome as F*ck Women - P!nk, Patricia Arquette, Lady Gaga, Wendy Williams, Anne Hathaway, Ellen Degeneres.

Bands I <3 - Green Day, Patent Pending, Blink 182, My Chemical Romance (RIP).

TV Shows <3 - As the World Turns (RIP) , Medium (RIP), United States of Tara (RIP), Kanto & Johto Regions of Pokemon (RIP), Yami-Yugi Age of Yu-Gi-Oh! (RIP), Spartacus (RIP), Days of Our Lives, Wendy Williams Show, South Park, Family Guy, Saturday Night Live, How I Met Your Mother.

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portraitsofboston:

     “I was diagnosed with full-blown AIDS in 1997 when I passed out at work. Everybody found out that I was gay and had AIDS. I was deathly sick for two and a half years. If not for the diagnoses, I would have never come out of the closet.”     “Even today?”     “Yes, even today. My father left my mother for a man in the early 70s, which destroyed both my mother and my family, and I thought I would never come out of the closet after that. A lot of people got married back in those days even if they were gay, because society told them that they had to.     “My father died of AIDS in 1985. Back in the 80s and 90s, I knew people who died three months after they were diagnosed—they didn’t even know what hit them. If I had gotten sick six months earlier, I wouldn’t be here today because the effective treatment only came out a couple of months before my diagnosis. I lost over a hundred of my friends to AIDS. Many of them turned into skeletons and died alone in hospices. Their families never visited them.     “I’ve been very lucky: my family and friends have been supportive beyond my wildest dreams. I’ve reconnected with childhood friends and long-lost relatives. When I got sick, my mother moved in to take care of me. She is passed away now, but I’m glad that in the last nine years of her life she got to know her gay son. She was my best friend, and I would have hated for her not to get to know the real me.”

portraitsofboston:

     “I was diagnosed with full-blown AIDS in 1997 when I passed out at work. Everybody found out that I was gay and had AIDS. I was deathly sick for two and a half years. If not for the diagnoses, I would have never come out of the closet.”
     “Even today?”
     “Yes, even today. My father left my mother for a man in the early 70s, which destroyed both my mother and my family, and I thought I would never come out of the closet after that. A lot of people got married back in those days even if they were gay, because society told them that they had to.
     “My father died of AIDS in 1985. Back in the 80s and 90s, I knew people who died three months after they were diagnosed—they didn’t even know what hit them. If I had gotten sick six months earlier, I wouldn’t be here today because the effective treatment only came out a couple of months before my diagnosis. I lost over a hundred of my friends to AIDS. Many of them turned into skeletons and died alone in hospices. Their families never visited them.
     “I’ve been very lucky: my family and friends have been supportive beyond my wildest dreams. I’ve reconnected with childhood friends and long-lost relatives. When I got sick, my mother moved in to take care of me. She is passed away now, but I’m glad that in the last nine years of her life she got to know her gay son. She was my best friend, and I would have hated for her not to get to know the real me.”

Once Upon A December (Piano Version) | Emile Pandolfi

mixtape2014:

Save this one for a night when all you want is for your brain to let you rest. Too often I go to bed, my body exhausted, my mind unable to stop moving. Luckily, there’s this masterful version of “Once Upon a December” from the (highly underrated) animated movie Anastasia. It’s a perfect piece to guide you to a peaceful slumber, because this music? It’s the stuff of dreams.

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arichu:

standwithpalestine:

Israel’s genocide of Palestinians continues in Gaza having killed over 1,032 - including 219 children - in its latest assault and racist Israelis are out in the streets chanting “School is out in Gaza - They have no children left there”

(Starts from 0:46 - turn on English captions)

There’s no way in hell this will be shown on TV or any mainstream news website so make sure you share and reblog.

(via Elizabeth Tsurkov)

I’m sorry followers but what I’m been hearing from people I know that been in Israel in last month and what they witness about this has sicken me. With this makes me upset. I’m not a political person and I try not to get involve with these post often but THIS NEEDS TO BE PAST ALONG. 

You never joke around children ever.

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porcelain-horse-horselain:

northwestwade:

Oh my god

I’ve watched this 3-second clip like eighteen times 

(Source: lunathepug)