Where are all the people who were calling themselves allies and promising that, after the election, they'd work to pressure anti-SW Democrats into supporting sex workers? 🤔
So yeah, I'm sure as fuck going to call their bluff on the "we'll do the work after the election" promise.
If you are not ACTIVELY fighting for sex workers' rights, you approve of racism, sexism, homophobia.
After all, actions speak louder than words.
Straight people: lol you're overreacting
Now is the time to call both your senators and tell them to:
- Repeal SESTA (S. 1693)
- Reinstate Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act!
You know, BEFORE we get censored and kicked off the Internet. Because you can't listen to us after that happens.
Last year, they wanted to deflect attention from how they covered up Russia's interference in the 2016 election. So they lobbied Congress for a fake anti-sex trafficking law (which actually encouraged sex trafficking). #SESTA
As a result, today, Facebook is prohibiting talking about being gay. This is the world we live in.
You do realize that when (not if - when) Twitter follows Tumblr and Facebook, I'm going to have to stop posting all that, right?
Male affection is seen as inherently explicit. (See @aphyr's tweet, linked above).
Well, I took that picture when a straight dude was so uncomfortable by us just sitting next to each other that he complained to the bride AT HER OWN WEDDING. So, yeah.
Wearing a harness at @FolsomStEvents? Could easily be interpreted as a "fetish scenario" (even though it wasn't).
At the same time, I just want to post SFW selfies and talk about my normal gay life, and... I shouldn't have to use Pornhub to do that. 🙃