“Aren’t we human beings?” it says. “Aren’t we worthy of honourable life?”
Ed Holtom’s pithy thoughts on feminism are getting a lot of Twitter love, not without good reason.
It all makes sense now, right?
Jack Freedman published a letter he wrote to his father 22 years ago on his Facebook, hoping to inspire others to come out themselves. H/T: Queerty.
A Pennsylvania woman says she was laid off from her job of 12 years in a handwritten letter after she was diagnosed with cancer last month.
“The message Page 3 sends out is that beauty is young, slim, usually white, and with big boobs.”
The pursuit of delicious cheese is always the right decision. ALWAYS.
“I deeply resent your email to me requesting support for the Fascist [sic] c—s you represent,” the letter reads. A spokesman for Brown: “We completely disassociate ourselves from this individual.”
“There’s a limit to how many people even I can kill.”
“Your people need to be contained in one area, not spread throughout our community,” the letter said.
The letter said: “Enjoy your results and be very proud of these but remember there are many ways of being smart.”
“P.P.S. It is summer, you know.”
Huge thanks to Twitter’s @eric_ernie_col.
A gem of a letter to Don Imus from the latest Clinton library document dump.
“Her dress and behavior need to follow suit with her God-ordained identity.”
OfficeMax has apologized to a Chicago man who received a letter addressed to him, or his deceased daughter, NBC 5 reports.
In the wake of tragedy, Taylor Smith’s parents stumbled across a letter she had written to herself 10 years in the future.
A Korean teacher asked his students to write letters to Santa. The results sound a lot like any American kids’ wish list.
In 1989, the author of The BFG talked about dreams in bottles.
Better luck next time Mr Jones.
Sinéad posted an open letter to the singer yesterday.
When one woman disowned her son for being gay, her own father schooled her on being a decent human being.
The future will be awesome.
Redditor IfGirWasAGinger posted a portion of the American Idol audition contract, and boy is it a doozy. Want to be famous? Just sign right here.
Plus a 19-year-old Lena Dunham’s letter to a sex columnist, 15 gloriously cheesy Breaking Bad knock-knock jokes, and a new problem called SLEEP TEXTING.
“A close family friend has an autistic boy and this was an anonymous letter slipped under her door. This is real.” A family in Newcastle, Ontario, receives a hateful letter, prompting the community to rally.
“We cannot support competition in an environment where tolerance does not exist.”
“The survivors of the Boston attacks deserve Rolling Stone cover stories, though I no longer feel that Rolling Stone deserves them.”
He feels “brotherly” emotions towards her. He’s not sure whether she deserved to be attacked.