90% of why to visit Milan: to follow the footsteps of these two great men.

90% of why to visit Milan: to follow the footsteps of these two great men.

I think I just found my new favourite photographer. I can’t believe how much I love Julian Röder.

I think I just found my new favourite photographer. I can’t believe how much I love Julian Röder.

Guess who met up in Barcelona! @dystopiarcadia (@thelegendarypinksylure)

Guess who met up in Barcelona! @dystopiarcadia (@thelegendarypinksylure)

Pertinent life question: why don’t I wear glitter every day?

Pertinent life question: why don’t I wear glitter every day?

Mestella.

Mestella.

Tan on the beach for a few days in Northern Spain? I mean, why not?

Tan on the beach for a few days in Northern Spain? I mean, why not?

ofpousseys:

"you’re so full of yourself" no i had a lot of insecurites and a low self esteem which i worked extremely hard to overcome and now i realize that im awesome and i dont care if you think otherwise

via 1-3-00-6-555-06 (originally ofpousseys)

#life goals tbh

“When I first came out to myself two years ago, I didn’t know how to love the women who looked like me. I barely knew how to accept my same gender desires, but at least the TV shows, movies, and books that lauded ivory-skinned beauties with hair that grows and flows down taught me how to lust after white women. But, loving, lusting after, dating, fucking, playing with, and appreciating the women with dark(er) skin, and kinky hair (or braids, or perms, or weaves), who were taught, like me, that their curves and edges were undesirable proved a mystery to me. Our histories, victories, pain and truths often mirrored one another’s; we had learned at least to be sistahs in solidarity. However, it sometimes hurt so much just to love myself that I wasn’t sure it was possible for Black women to actively love each other. Romantically. With all the butterfly feelsies. For every Black woman who turned my world upside down, and then subsequently turned it right side up, I would wonder if our hearts had enough room for the beauty and ugliness — the joys and sorrows — of the other’s Black womanhood.”
Loving the Women Who Look Like Me: Queer Black Women in Love | Helen McDonald for Autostraddle  (via gaywrites)
via lasgatitas (originally gaywrites)

#oh man

slurhater:

seriously though bisexuality being defined as attraction to men and women is a heterosexual’s definition of bisexuality actual bisexual groups and organizations have been defining it as attraction to two or more genders or same and other genders since the nineties and plenty of nb people actually id as bi and refusing to accept how we define ourselves is so absurdly biphobic and heterosexist and jfc it’s 2014 can other queer people fucking realize and acknowledge this

(Source: betweenbodies)