This sweepstakes is to celebrate Lezbhonest’s 4th year!! I think ya’ll are great. So this is for you! All of the donors in this sweepstakes are LGBTQ+Ally owned and operated businesses, so be sure to show them support!
Contest is open to 18+ (or 18 and under with parental consent) worldwide.
There is no reblog limit. Each reblog equals one entry.
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Likes do not count for giveaway entry.
All users must follow Lezbhonest to win. If you’re new, please only follow if you genuinely like my blog. Don’t just follow for the giveaway, then unfollow after. It’s unfair to my current followers and I HAVE GAYDAR.
- Giveaway ends Feb. 25 @ 11:59 PM EST.
- Winners will be randomly selected & notified via ask box!
- Winner has 48 hours to respond or next in line will be chosen.
Read about the prizes and companies after the jump:
This is awesome. Yay gay!
Our cat thinks we have no idea where she is.
Man, I love the crap outta this dog.
So, here’s what I don’t get:
We live in a world where love is in short supply. Literally, humans spend the majority of their time fighting and working to hurt one another. War, famine, and oppression plague nations; and hatred is far easier to find than simple, honest love. So why do so many have a problem with love existing, no matter the form? Regardless of how it happens - between a guy and a guy, a girl and a girl, total strangers, friends, platonically, you name it - that shouldn’t matter, simply because love is hard enough to find at all nowadays. We have to actually take efforts to teach children to love and tolerate one another, yet nobody has to teach people how to fight or feel contempt, jealousy, or any other negative emotion. Those things come naturally; it’s terrible. So why can’t we celebrate love when we find it? It’s a rarity - a valuable rarity that is probably solely responsible for the fact that we humans haven’t already killed ourselves off completely. Instead of focusing on what form love takes, we should simply be thrilled to encounter it at all. The fact that it still occurs in spite of all our best efforts to extinguish it is proof enough that it’s a powerful, important, overall wonderful force. Let’s keep it that way.
I’ve officially hit 100 followers. No idea why, but yay, let’s all be weird together. Group hug.
Someone finally said it. Thanks, PostSecret.
Wesley’s fetch game is on point.