Born to Strange Sights

A Cabinet of Wonders

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Kate was a conservative woman who fell in love with Bill, a liberal man. Bill convinced her to marry him despite her parents strong objections. Ten years later, Kate began to suffer from strange bouts of lethargy and sickness. Several trips to the doctor were unable to find a cause, until he performed a blood test. It turned out that Kate had AIDS. She confronted Bill who admitted that he considered himself bisexual and had been involved in several homosexual affairs while married to Kate. He was tested as well, and also was HIV positive, but the disease had not progressed to AIDS. Kate divorced and is now forced to take a battery of medications to delay the inevitable.

- Marry a Conservative (via importantlgbtstuff)

From the “trustworthy” Conservapedia. This makes me livid.

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Ladies, marry a conservative. Otherwise you’ll get AIDS and die, for realz. Because no conservative has ever been caught in a homosexual relationship. And because straight people never get AIDS.

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Oh, brother.

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yeoldefashion:

By the early 1610s the embroidered jackets were being worn as formal wear with embroidered petticoats (skirts) and open-front sleeveless silk gowns, as seen in this William Larkin portrait of Dorothy Cary.

yeoldefashion:

By the early 1610s the embroidered jackets were being worn as formal wear with embroidered petticoats (skirts) and open-front sleeveless silk gowns, as seen in this William Larkin portrait of Dorothy Cary.