this is my movie

obsessive//neurotic//atheist//pansexual
sociology major//lacto-ovo vegetarian
feminist//true hufflepuff

itbooks:

Our gorgeous advanced reader’s editions of Not My Father’s Son by Alan Cumming have arrived! If you want to get your hands on one of these beauties and be among the first to read the book everyone will be buzzing about this fall, you’ll have a few chances leading up to the book’s release in October.We’re currently running a giveaway on Goodreads, you can enter here.Going to Book Expo America? Not only can you snag an ARE, you’ll have the opportunity to have it signed! Details here.We’ll be offering a limited quantity of AREs to our blogger list. If you have an active book review blog and would like to join our list, you can sign up here.Finally, we’ll be giving some copies away to our Facebook fans in the coming months, so be sure to like us if you haven’t already!
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itbooks:

Our gorgeous advanced reader’s editions of Not My Father’s Son by Alan Cumming have arrived! If you want to get your hands on one of these beauties and be among the first to read the book everyone will be buzzing about this fall, you’ll have a few chances leading up to the book’s release in October.

We’re currently running a giveaway on Goodreads, you can enter here.

Going to Book Expo America? Not only can you snag an ARE, you’ll have the opportunity to have it signed! Details here.

We’ll be offering a limited quantity of AREs to our blogger list. If you have an active book review blog and would like to join our list, you can sign up here.

Finally, we’ll be giving some copies away to our Facebook fans in the coming months, so be sure to like us if you haven’t already!

(Source: deystreetbooks, via projectqueer)

Dr. Lisa Wade is speaking in the campus center about sexuality & gender #drlisawade #Citruscollege #sexuality #gender #lgbtq #queer View high resolution

Dr. Lisa Wade is speaking in the campus center about sexuality & gender #drlisawade #Citruscollege #sexuality #gender #lgbtq #queer

Dr. Claudia Owens Shields is speaking about the intersection of racism and homophobia. #racism #homophobia #Citruscollege #heteronormativity #lgbtq #queer View high resolution

Dr. Claudia Owens Shields is speaking about the intersection of racism and homophobia. #racism #homophobia #Citruscollege #heteronormativity #lgbtq #queer

We got stickers! #GSA #Citruscollege #lgbtq View high resolution

We got stickers! #GSA #Citruscollege #lgbtq

"Yeah, everybody’s so excited to be offended!" *gross laughter* -Katy Perry on Ryan Seacrest this morning.

portraitsofboston:

“I’m a drag queen, or what you would call a ‘fish queen’—someone who really personifies what it means to be a woman. I’m not afraid to take most of my makeup off and walk around in clothes like these. I tend to reserve my more feminine clothing for my performances. On days like today, I like playing with gender nonconformity. I have a large range of possibilities, so I mix men’s and women’s clothes.” “Tell me something about drag queens that most people don’t know.”“One of the more surprising facts is that there are a lot of drag queens who are straight men. Many married men do drag on a regular basis.And to dispel some rumors—we are not prostitutes or homeless people. Many of us are educated and lead productive lives. Many of us live full time as women and also do drag. Many of us lead seemingly heterosexual lives and only do drag on weekends because it’s fun. And we are not evil. We don’t fool around in seedy, degrading bars. We don’t whore ourselves out to people. We want the same things that a lot of normal people do—to have a successful career, a good life, and a healthy love life.”
 
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portraitsofboston:

“I’m a drag queen, or what you would call a ‘fish queen’—someone who really personifies what it means to be a woman. I’m not afraid to take most of my makeup off and walk around in clothes like these. I tend to reserve my more feminine clothing for my performances. On days like today, I like playing with gender nonconformity. I have a large range of possibilities, so I mix men’s and women’s clothes.” 
“Tell me something about drag queens that most people don’t know.”
“One of the more surprising facts is that there are a lot of drag queens who are straight men. Many married men do drag on a regular basis.
And to dispel some rumors—we are not prostitutes or homeless people. Many of us are educated and lead productive lives. Many of us live full time as women and also do drag. Many of us lead seemingly heterosexual lives and only do drag on weekends because it’s fun. And we are not evil. We don’t fool around in seedy, degrading bars. We don’t whore ourselves out to people. We want the same things that a lot of normal people do—to have a successful career, a good life, and a healthy love life.”

 

(Source: portraits-of-america, via capillaries)

iammissanna:

cougardraven:

argentconflagration:

emilianadarling:

argentconflagration:

i made a thing

THIS IS RELEVANT TO MY INTERESTS.

#thank you for making this friend!!

you’re very welcome friend!

Also relevant to my interests.

Some people don’t like labels, because they feel the world is trying to put them in a box. Some people need labels in order to understand what’s going on within themselves and relate it to others. Both are valid.

The important thing to remember is that humans control and dictate language, the language does not control humans. Use words that you feel describe you, don’t worry about trying to be more like a word. People come in infinite variations, and sometimes there aren’t enough words to explain all the subtle differences. We just want to get as close as we can.

shelves-of-you and I talked about this recently and she gave me a better understanding. Personally, I use pan most of the time and I use it to emphasize that I can be attracted to people regardless of gender. However, I see similarities between bi and pan. And I do use bi sometimes to not confuse people.

(via bencrowther)

Rehearsal for Get to Know Me #gettoknowme #volunteering #lgbtq #queer (I’ll be talking about battling mental illness and coming out as pansexual) View high resolution

Rehearsal for Get to Know Me #gettoknowme #volunteering #lgbtq #queer (I’ll be talking about battling mental illness and coming out as pansexual)

staythatswhatimeanttosay:

staythatswhatimeanttosay:

In case you are a fan of same sex unions, weddings in general, or are just really itching to know what I look like (or my wife, as I haven’t posted a picture of her yet [she’s the adorable one in the suspenders]) here’s the promised wedding picture spam.

Best day of my life. 

Okay, but see here’s the thing. I want all of you to understand this thing:

I posted these wedding photos because this was the most amazing day of my life. I’ve been married for about two months, and goddammit, it has been just the best, you know? Like, this woman, in these photographs? She’s incredible. She’s unreal. She’s kind and she’s thoughtful and she’s everything I never thought I deserved. She’s the woman who I get to spend the rest of my ridiculously lucky life with.

It’s so simple to me, to us.

But it’s so complicated to so much of the world. She and I can’t walk into the grocery store holding hands. I get tight-lipped when someone compliments my ring at work because I can’t determine if they are going to be “cool” with it or not. If they’ll report me for being “inappropriate” in our online survey. Again. My wife was fired from a job as a driver for a children’s occupational therapist because her boss saw us kiss at the mall— because she couldn’t have “that kind of person” around children. I walked myself down the aisle at my wedding because a church told my parents that it wasn’t possible for them to attend my wedding.

And we’ve had it so easy! Our lives have been blissfully carefree compared to so many. We have the most amazing friends and family and life is pretty fucking sweet.

But here’s the thing I wanted to tell you. This post I made, to try to just share my little square of happiness with my little square of the internet, has literally tens of thousands of notes. Tens of thousands. I’ve gained hundreds of followers and my inbox runneth over. And not a single message I’ve received, not a single reblog that I have been able to find, has had anything to say but amazing, beautiful, kind words of congratulations. No bullying. No trolling. No inappropriate offers or lewd remarks. Out of tens of thousands.

That’s not something I’m used to. It’s not something anyone in the LGBTQ community is used to.

Do you even get how amazing you are? You, the denizens of Tumblr. Do you understand that? I am so exceedingly proud of you, you wacky kids. You are all such incredible people, with such kind and open hearts, and I wish I could hug each and every one of your necks. 

So if you are having any sort of rough day, please know that there is this tiny lesbian couple in northeast America who likes you just a whole lot, okay? You’ve overwhelmed us. 

Thank you. We love you.

(via thefirstgaypridewasariot)

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