reshop, heda: the 1oo, commander lexa and burying your gays

Spoilers up to Season 3, Episode 7 “Thirteen” of The 1oo.

Commander Lexa. (Image from http://the100.wikia.com/wiki/Lexa)
Alycia Debnam-Carey is Commander Lexa, a recurring character in The 1oo Season 2 and 3. (Image from http://the100.wikia.com/wiki/Lexa)

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#lovewins: SCOTUS legalizes same-sex marriages across US

Happy Pride! The Supreme Court of the United States has legalized same-sex marriages across 50 states — a victory for the gay rights movement, indeed!

This means, more than anything, that same-sex couples in the 13 states that still had a ban on it CAN NOW GET MARRIED so kudos to you guys. Really.

Round-up of reports, because right now I’m just a weepy mess:

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your optional monday round-up: carly likes you, that VS swim special, coaching and layoffs

Your optional Monday round-up really really really likes you.

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weekend round-up: the 100, galavant and lesbians

Welcome to the weekend!

Your weekend round-up has dancing warriors in mail, juvies in a post-apocalyptic earth and lesbians. This serves as your warning (or invite, hehe).

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weekend round-up: the coldest place in the cosmos, how to take control of your time and what attention really means

This weekend round-up comes a day early.

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rabbits

We all probably know by now that the Pope, on the plane back to the Vatican from the Philippines, has called on the faithful to not “breed like rabbits.” That the Church is encouraging responsible parenthood is not exactly new — it’s not against family planning; it’s against contraception. I suppose this means parishioners cannot obtain contraceptives in churches, which is just logical. Anywhere else though — fair game, eh.

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I find it funny that they keep talking about “ideological colonization” and we just accept it like this wasn’t what they did to us when they first came here.

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