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lostruth:

Power Structure of Oppression

Yes. Yes. YES. 

I’m just gonna leave this here, in case anyone thought their fee fees were more important than systematic oppression 

I will honestly reblog this every time it comes across my dash. It is so important. 

Yes, this is essential. People don’t realized how the littlest thing can affect the way we live.

sunburnkidsandsadpricks:

loveyourchaos:

phoenix-falls:

queereyes-queerminds:

lostruth:

Power Structure of Oppression

Yes. Yes. YES. 

I’m just gonna leave this here, in case anyone thought their fee fees were more important than systematic oppression 

I will honestly reblog this every time it comes across my dash. It is so important. 

Yes, this is essential. People don’t realized how the littlest thing can affect the way we live.

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cosmicblackqueer:

Laverne Cox shoots for Luke Fontana

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melongorl:

who is this how can i get in contact w him

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leahreena:

sharing photos from my trip to mexico d.f. last month on my blog 

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Super Smash Bros: Remixed by Andrew Doma

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agent-morse:

Friendly reminder that Storm 01 came out today, and if you’re able to, you should definitely consider purchasing a copy to show your support for the new female-led comic starring a (fabulous) woman of color. 

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gaywrites:

Selections from “Our Portraits, Our Families,” an exhibition at the Museum of Chinese in America about acceptance of LGBTQ family members in Asian and Pacific Islander families.

Ka-Man Tse, who identifies as a Chinese-American lesbian, photographed her own experience with her parents and her wife, Cheryl. Though her parents and her partner had always been in her work, Tse said, the photos she took for “Our Portraits, Our Families,” were the first she’s made with all of them in the same room. “I wanted the images to be about how my parents now can share a meal with my wife, and welcome her into their home—and that we exist together as family. In our household, making and sharing a meal is the ultimate expression of love, and so the images center around that idea of preparing and sharing a meal—seemingly mundane or everyday occurrences, but wonderfully huge victories and gestures in our family story of how my parents have evolved over the past 16 years to come to accept their gay daughter.”

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