It only takes two lonely people to fuck love up and make it evil. It only takes a drop of evil to fuck up two beautiful people.
"In early June I took home a kitten and was worried about introducing him to my ferrets. Watch him grow up with them."
Photos/caption via Imgur (full album HERE)
Hooooly fuck so cute
Our kits and kittens were the same!
I’m all for equality and have no problem with lesbians, gays or otherwise. But there’s a deeper reality about these relations that people do not bring up. In these days of superior healthcare, and people being much healthier, nature always has a will and a way to try and stem overpopulation. And, as this blog is titled The Unpopular Opinions, here’s a big one.
The rise of gay and lesbian relationships is, yes, partly tied in with our societies becoming more open. But it’s also related to something else too. Gays and lesbians are, unfortunately, nature’s way of seeding out inferior genes from birth in addition to trying to prevent overpopulation,. Yes, you were born that way and nature saw fit to do its best to see you don’t reproduce. That may sound unfair but that is the reality of how nature is. It doesn’t bend to the feelings of people, is emotionless and just does what it pleases.
That’s not to say you’re inferior as an individual, no. But the unbiased eye of nature has seen a feature of yourself (not related to your sexuality in any way), that makes you unfit for the furthering of the human race. It could be an underlying, unseen genetic problem that could pop up in the future if passed down, it could be any number of things. But the reality is that you’re a product of nature’s “cold” way of dealing with those not fit aka ‘survival of the fittest’. The same ‘coldness’ also applies to overpopulation. It’s the same reason straight people, of any gender, are sometimes sterile. Nature does what it does to try and make a species survive. Even right down to having you “born this way”.
I… just… cannot.
Alice Ma with Next Models Canada in the spring issue of Chloe Magazine. Hair&Makeup by Natalie Ventola. Photography by Alex Evans.
A worker at the Roure perfume plant in Grasse, France, scoops up the morning’s rose harvest at the end of May. These rose petals will be processed immediately into an absolute, the aromatic liquid which is the basic component of perfume; photographed by Michael Freeman
I’m so crazy about Sarah McNeil’s new works! <3