con-vic-tion:

telipathic:



Are we really so different that we must be horrified of one of them uncovered, and completely okay with the other?

this is now my most favorited post ever

what is even the difference besides size smfh 

this is beautiful tumblr thank you

con-vic-tion:

telipathic:

Are we really so different that we must be horrified of one of them uncovered, and completely okay with the other?

this is now my most favorited post ever

what is even the difference besides size smfh 

this is beautiful tumblr thank you

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Love foxes :)

Love foxes :)

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kylesar:

I don’t tell personal stories often, but when I do it’s probably for Everyone Is Gay.
My bosses + friends Kristin Russo and Dannielle Owens-Reid are just a few weeks from the official release of their book ‘This is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids,’ and for every book pre-ordered, a copy will be donated to a local PFLAG chapter. We’d really like to reach all 350+ chapters, and do our part to give more parents and kids more tools to help create open, positive conversations and relationships. The personal feelz below are why this is so, so important to me.  
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Almost four years ago, when I was a very anxious (and probably very depressed) 18-year-old, I stumbled upon a website that simultaneously made me laugh my ass off AND helped contextualize my experience within a larger community I had never before been exposed to, felt comfortable in, or realized I was a part of… and that shit helped me through some tough times. EveryoneIsGay.com was my safest space. 
Today, I am four months away from another graduation, and I have been fortunate enough to work with Dannielle and Kristin for over 6 months on the launch of The Parents Project among many other things—with no intention of stopping any time soon. Holding their freshly-printed book in my hands, while sitting in my own company’s new office space at the Fordham Foundry, overlooking the New York City neighborhood I ran away from my 18-year-old self to in 2011—and feeling truly proud and at home—is a really awesome feeling. 
Dannielle and Kristin’s work made a huge impact on my life before I ever met them, and it’s an amazing thing to feel like I’ve emerged on the other side of the confusion, anxiety, and fear that is all too common among kids who feel like they’re not “normal” with the amazing opportunity to pay it forward by supporting them in that work every day. These ladies had my back before they even knew me, and now they are some of my greatest personal supporters… and I have their backs, too, which is why I ask you to consider the following: 
Take a moment to learn more about this book, think about who you think it could help the most right now, and pre-order a copy—with the added bonus of knowing that another copy will be given to other people who desperately need it. At the very least, please share the link to spread the love. Thank you!!
http://theparentsproject.com/the-book/ 

kylesar:

I don’t tell personal stories often, but when I do it’s probably for Everyone Is Gay.

My bosses + friends Kristin Russo and Dannielle Owens-Reid are just a few weeks from the official release of their book ‘This is a Book for Parents of Gay Kids,’ and for every book pre-ordered, a copy will be donated to a local PFLAG chapter. We’d really like to reach all 350+ chapters, and do our part to give more parents and kids more tools to help create open, positive conversations and relationships. The personal feelz below are why this is so, so important to me.  

Almost four years ago, when I was a very anxious (and probably very depressed) 18-year-old, I stumbled upon a website that simultaneously made me laugh my ass off AND helped contextualize my experience within a larger community I had never before been exposed to, felt comfortable in, or realized I was a part of… and that shit helped me through some tough times. EveryoneIsGay.com was my safest space. 

Today, I am four months away from another graduation, and I have been fortunate enough to work with Dannielle and Kristin for over 6 months on the launch of The Parents Project among many other things—with no intention of stopping any time soon. Holding their freshly-printed book in my hands, while sitting in my own company’s new office space at the Fordham Foundry, overlooking the New York City neighborhood I ran away from my 18-year-old self to in 2011—and feeling truly proud and at home—is a really awesome feeling. 

Dannielle and Kristin’s work made a huge impact on my life before I ever met them, and it’s an amazing thing to feel like I’ve emerged on the other side of the confusion, anxiety, and fear that is all too common among kids who feel like they’re not “normal” with the amazing opportunity to pay it forward by supporting them in that work every day. These ladies had my back before they even knew me, and now they are some of my greatest personal supporters… and I have their backs, too, which is why I ask you to consider the following: 

Take a moment to learn more about this book, think about who you think it could help the most right now, and pre-order a copy—with the added bonus of knowing that another copy will be given to other people who desperately need it. At the very least, please share the link to spread the love. Thank you!!

http://theparentsproject.com/the-book/ 


angrywomenofcolorunited:

cyberteeth:

No Straight Pride: Why is there a Gay Pride?


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This is important.

BOOM!

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bookriot:

It’s the last day to sign up to get in on the Riot Read in time for August’s pick. The Riot Read brings you one book each month to your door, along with a pile of extra content special to that book. Check it out.

bookriot:

It’s the last day to sign up to get in on the Riot Read in time for August’s pick. The Riot Read brings you one book each month to your door, along with a pile of extra content special to that book. Check it out.

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Love old/used books

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mindgardens:

I’m with you Piper.

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If you are going to fall in love with me, it’s only fair that you know what you are falling in love with. You are falling in love with my insecurities, and my obsession with trying to figure out what everyone thinks of me. You are falling in love with my immaturity, my constant need to feel loved and appreciated, my overactive tear ducts, my internet obsession. You fall in love with my troubled past, and my hopes and dreams, and how I’m a hopeless romantic at heart. If you fall in love with me, you fall in love with my self-hate and all my imperfections and my perception that nobody could ever love me. But, you are also falling in love with the way my eyes smile when I’m with you, the way I’ll text you in the mornings just telling you I hope you have a great day. You’re falling in love with the occasionally humorous and/or thought provoking things I say, and the way I blush when people ask me about you. But to me, the most important thing will be that you are falling in love with me, despite me thinking that it is impossible.
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asylum-art:

Eyvind Earle

Eyvind Earle (April 26, 1916 – July 20, 2000) was an American artist, author and illustrator, noted for his contribution to the background illustration and styling of Disney animated films in the 1950s. He began his prolific career at the age of ten when his father, Ferdinand Earle, gave him a challenging choice: read 50 pages of a book or paint a picture every day. Earle choose both.

Magical :)

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