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how is that homophobic? i have gay friends and support them all the way, but i don't believe in gay marriage.

scienceofsarcasm:

ickletayto:

lesbianvenom:

your gay friends are all talking shit behind your back 100%

Yeah, you support them all the way.. We’ll most of the way.. We’ll some of the way.. Clearly not as far as marriage.. Cause marriage ain’t for gays.. Or something

You hear so many of these people say, “I have a lot of gay friends but don’t believe in same sex marriage”, but you never hear gay people say “I’ve lots of friends who think it should be illegal for me to marry the person I love”.

So, here’s a PSA for everyone who is against marriage equality, but thinks they have gay friends. You probably don’t. What you have are gay acquaintances who have learned to quietly put up with your bullshit because it’s the path of least resistance and they just don’t have the energy to “My Fair Lady” your ass into being a decent human being.

niaking:

Stores now carrying Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Stories of Some of Our Lives include:
Bluestockings in NYC,
Red Emma’s in Baltimore
Quimby’s in Chicago
Pegasus Books in Oakland and Berkeley
and Show and Tell Concept Shop in Oakland.
By the end of the week it should also be in stock at The Big Blue Marble Bookstore in Philly. Working on getting it into stores in LA, Seattle, and Austin as well.
If you don’t live in any of these cities you can always buy the book on Amazon.com, or for a limited time only, paypal $20 to niaking@zoho.com and I will mail you a signed copy (while supplies last)!
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niaking:

Stores now carrying Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Stories of Some of Our Lives include:
Bluestockings in NYC,
Red Emma’s in Baltimore
Quimby’s in Chicago
Pegasus Books in Oakland and Berkeley
and Show and Tell Concept Shop in Oakland.
By the end of the week it should also be in stock at The Big Blue Marble Bookstore in Philly. Working on getting it into stores in LA, Seattle, and Austin as well.
If you don’t live in any of these cities you can always buy the book on Amazon.com, or for a limited time only, paypal $20 to niaking@zoho.com and I will mail you a signed copy (while supplies last)!
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niaking:

Stores now carrying Queer and Trans Artists of Color: Stories of Some of Our Lives include:

By the end of the week it should also be in stock at The Big Blue Marble Bookstore in Philly. Working on getting it into stores in LA, Seattle, and Austin as well.

If you don’t live in any of these cities you can always buy the book on Amazon.com, or for a limited time only, paypal $20 to niaking@zoho.com and I will mail you a signed copy (while supplies last)!

iftheresawill:

skylark11:

These years have slowly crept by; in January, it will have been six years since I began my physical journey - but the truth is, hormones and surgery aside, this journey started the day I was born.So much has happened - so many stories - so many incredible people. I thank the universe for this balance every day.Ultimately, I am most proud of continually seeking happiness even during the darkest of times. I don’t know how I got here, I don’t know where I’m going. But it is all so very beautiful.From top to bottom:1. Age: 32. Age: 143. Age: 14 (began exploring gender)4. Age: 15 (came out as a transgender man)5. Age: 17 (began testosterone)6. Age: 18 (had top surgery)7. Age: 208. Age: 22 9. Age: 2210. Age: 23 (a few months ago)

lookin’ fly since age 3, brother.
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skylark11:

These years have slowly crept by; in January, it will have been six years since I began my physical journey - but the truth is, hormones and surgery aside, this journey started the day I was born.So much has happened - so many stories - so many incredible people. I thank the universe for this balance every day.Ultimately, I am most proud of continually seeking happiness even during the darkest of times. I don’t know how I got here, I don’t know where I’m going. But it is all so very beautiful.From top to bottom:1. Age: 32. Age: 143. Age: 14 (began exploring gender)4. Age: 15 (came out as a transgender man)5. Age: 17 (began testosterone)6. Age: 18 (had top surgery)7. Age: 208. Age: 22 9. Age: 2210. Age: 23 (a few months ago)

lookin’ fly since age 3, brother.
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iftheresawill:

skylark11:

These years have slowly crept by; in January, it will have been six years since I began my physical journey - but the truth is, hormones and surgery aside, this journey started the day I was born.So much has happened - so many stories - so many incredible people. I thank the universe for this balance every day.Ultimately, I am most proud of continually seeking happiness even during the darkest of times. I don’t know how I got here, I don’t know where I’m going. But it is all so very beautiful.From top to bottom:1. Age: 32. Age: 143. Age: 14 (began exploring gender)4. Age: 15 (came out as a transgender man)5. Age: 17 (began testosterone)6. Age: 18 (had top surgery)7. Age: 208. Age: 22 9. Age: 2210. Age: 23 (a few months ago)

lookin’ fly since age 3, brother.
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iftheresawill:

skylark11:

These years have slowly crept by; in January, it will have been six years since I began my physical journey - but the truth is, hormones and surgery aside, this journey started the day I was born.So much has happened - so many stories - so many incredible people. I thank the universe for this balance every day.Ultimately, I am most proud of continually seeking happiness even during the darkest of times. I don’t know how I got here, I don’t know where I’m going. But it is all so very beautiful.From top to bottom:1. Age: 32. Age: 143. Age: 14 (began exploring gender)4. Age: 15 (came out as a transgender man)5. Age: 17 (began testosterone)6. Age: 18 (had top surgery)7. Age: 208. Age: 22 9. Age: 2210. Age: 23 (a few months ago)

lookin’ fly since age 3, brother.
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iftheresawill:

skylark11:

These years have slowly crept by; in January, it will have been six years since I began my physical journey - but the truth is, hormones and surgery aside, this journey started the day I was born.So much has happened - so many stories - so many incredible people. I thank the universe for this balance every day.Ultimately, I am most proud of continually seeking happiness even during the darkest of times. I don’t know how I got here, I don’t know where I’m going. But it is all so very beautiful.From top to bottom:1. Age: 32. Age: 143. Age: 14 (began exploring gender)4. Age: 15 (came out as a transgender man)5. Age: 17 (began testosterone)6. Age: 18 (had top surgery)7. Age: 208. Age: 22 9. Age: 2210. Age: 23 (a few months ago)

lookin’ fly since age 3, brother.
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iftheresawill:

skylark11:

These years have slowly crept by; in January, it will have been six years since I began my physical journey - but the truth is, hormones and surgery aside, this journey started the day I was born.

So much has happened - so many stories - so many incredible people.
I thank the universe for this balance every day.

Ultimately, I am most proud of continually seeking happiness even during the darkest of times. I don’t know how I got here, I don’t know where I’m going. But it is all so very beautiful.

From top to bottom:
1. Age: 3
2. Age: 14
3. Age: 14 (began exploring gender)
4. Age: 15 (came out as a transgender man)
5. Age: 17 (began testosterone)
6. Age: 18 (had top surgery)
7. Age: 20
8. Age: 22 
9. Age: 22
10. Age: 23 (a few months ago)

lookin’ fly since age 3, brother.

whiskerbiscuitbakery:

freightsick:

voyboyfanclub:

voyboyfanclub:

"Creepshot" Photos Are Now Legal in Texas

A Texas state law prohibiting people from taking photographs “with the intent to arouse or gratify the sexual desire of any person” if the person being photographed does not consent is unconstitutional, according to the state’s highest criminal court. Under this decision, so-called “creepshot” photos, where men often take photos of unconsenting women that they encounter on the street, are legal in Texas.

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sooo this is disgusting

dont ignore this

this is important and a huge step backwards

Fucking ew

They screwed up in the Texas House and Senate. The way they wrote the law it had a built in loophole with that intent to arouse language. They need to take it back to the House and Senate and rewrite it more in line with a plain language, this is wrong, this is wrong, and this is wrong version and if you do any of these things, you will face criminal punishment.

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