yes and yes and maybe
courtneytrouble:

quilt made from beautiful agony faces (at Museumofsex)

I would love this!

courtneytrouble:

quilt made from beautiful agony faces (at Museumofsex)

I would love this!

I can’t resist a woman who’s naughty sometimes ;-)

I can’t resist a woman who’s naughty sometimes ;-)

thelandbeyondthewall:

l20music:

fatshitcray:

datzhott:

Plus-Sized Woman Rocks Bikini on Hollywood Boulevard to Promote Body Acceptance
Los Angeles is known for many things: great weather, a laidback lifestyle, and Hollywood’s biggest stars. But for many who live in La La Land, the pressure to conform to a certain beauty standard can leave them feeling downright depressed.

Why didn’t this have any notes?

It doesnt have any notes because its a black woman doing it. Had it been a white woman this wouldve been national news.




She is awesome!

thelandbeyondthewall:

l20music:

fatshitcray:

datzhott:

Plus-Sized Woman Rocks Bikini on Hollywood Boulevard to Promote Body Acceptance

Los Angeles is known for many things: great weather, a laidback lifestyle, and Hollywood’s biggest stars. But for many who live in La La Land, the pressure to conform to a certain beauty standard can leave them feeling downright depressed.

Why didn’t this have any notes?

It doesnt have any notes because its a black woman doing it. Had it been a white woman this wouldve been national news.

She is awesome!

wistfullycountry:

Meet my roommate. by thedenizenco on Flickr.


One day.

afrodeezee:

[ I was featured in an article by Interrupt Magazine about trans* people. Yay!! :D I’m the person in the header and the last portrait. Pink bandana. ]

On 12 November 2013 | Featured StoryIssue 4: LGBT*Love

“It’s okay to love me,” is a phrase Olympia Perez, 23, never wants to say. She transitioned to female a few years ago. She is bored by the stigma around dating trans people. To people who fear being in a relationship with her because they don’t understand transgender people she wants to yell: “It’s okay to love me!” To those who feel by dating her they are a champion for transgender rights, someone to be admired and applauded, she wants to give them the side-eye and say, “It’s okay to love me…”

Olympia reached out to other trans people to get their perspectives and arrange a photo shoot. With Interrupt collaborators Laurel Golio, photographer of We Are the Youth, and Alexis Casson and Mursi, directors of the web series The Peculiar Kind, they came together to produce the “It’s Okay to Love Me” photo shoot, featuring five transgender young adults living in New York City.

We asked our alluring models — Nazira, Mackenzie, Amos, Olympia, and Tahj — “What does love do for you?”

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Everything about this.

genderpizzapalace:

grilledcheese4evr:

nude-soul:

i added some purple to my hair and now it’s a rainbow ^-^

Omg sweet angel from above you are so ethereal

^^^
That comment is perfect

Hairspiration. So cute.

unicornboyz:

http://www.identityprojectsf.com/photos/

Love them all.
Heading out on a first date & feeling pretty cute :-)

Heading out on a first date & feeling pretty cute :-)

Wow & Yes.

Remember when.

Remember when.