blackandbutch:

First thought i thought when i took this photo….
WOW! i look like a complete douche, Good Job!.
Then i remembered that if i was a cis gay dude people would be all like…FAB-U-LOUS/WERQ.
So eat it. 
(And then please submit your photos to my blog)

blackandbutch:

First thought i thought when i took this photo….

WOW! i look like a complete douche, Good Job!.

Then i remembered that if i was a cis gay dude people would be all like…FAB-U-LOUS/WERQ.

So eat it. 

(And then please submit your photos to my blog)

janetmock:

How fly is the greeting of queer and trans colorful gorgeousness I received from students at Oberlin college tonight befits my talk?!

obiiiiies! Janet! Love love love.

quotes from the gay boss

"do I know who Sade is…? c’mon."

gendertreason:

Can we talk about how maybe, just maybe the fact that trans identities can be “erased” by the simple use of a certain pronoun might be evidence that those identities are tenuous and not really related to material reality in any meaningful way? Like, if sustaining your…

oh, wow. FUCK this.

trans identities are NEVER erased by transphobia and the violence inflicted by mispronouning someone. (and yes, mispronouning someone IS violence.)

trans identities exist whether someone else uses correct pronouns, whether these ~*~rad feminists~*~ question the “reality” of trans identity and its connection to material reality (much less the fact that trans folks face systemic disproportionality in accessing material goods and public space).

this person claims that “sustaining [trans] identity requires everyone around [a trans person] to just act like it’s the case, then [trans] identity is 100% divorced from anything but group consensus.” this is 100% bullshit. trans identities don’t require anyone else to act “like it’s the case” because trans folks are trans. that’s it. point blank. trans* identities don’t rely on the grace or acceptance or mercy or “radical feminist” politics of anyone else. trans people are trans. it’s material, emotional, psychological, and real

as i understand feminism, feminism is about collective liberation and self-determination. this brand of “radical feminist” is violent and erases the liberation and self-determination of trans* folks. this type of logic (which also often decides who is and isn’t a woman and who is and isn’t a man and that trans folks are confused or something…) attempts to foreclose the possibility for trans* folks to self-determine, but we all know that trans* folks are brilliant, creative, and fierce as hell, and cannot be bothered by the FOOLERY of “radical feminists.”

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"Why do queers love astrology? To reduce this affective tendency to escapism or fantasy belies the sincerer ways these astrological attachments present. Given the traumas inflicted on queers by psychological and medical naming, given the pathologization of queerness—which render it hyper-visible as dyadic opposite while eliminating its social function—the fear of the established identity conveys lingering anxieties about the entrapment of labor or desire, which prescribe what we, as queers, should or must do, where we do or do not belong.

And prescription is, ironically, what astrology presumes to offer, except that its rubric for understanding the world rests on dubious grounds, thus rendering its insights equally suspect and a little trashy. Trashy, first of all, because it embraces shoddy reasoning or naïve thinking; trashy, further, because it is the shit of society, the comic relief, and the domain of tabloids and personals; and trashy, foremost, because queers love trash.

Queers love the outcast and the tasteless—astrology signing for the ideological refuse cast off by the rise of reason, and the coincident subjection of the world to its observable and documentable phenomena. The queer love for astrology intimates this embarrassing attachment construed, then, not merely as fantasy, but as phantasmic and aspirational, seedy and spectral, and as desire with and against the ghosts of dangerous circumstances, wounded expectations, and powerful sentiment for impossible or imagined futures.”

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Anonymous asked:

what do you look for in a partner?

A

1. smarts. there are so many different types of intelligences, and i really love folks who are brilliant in many ways - emotionally, intellectually, interpersonally, arts-wise, cooking-wise, etc.

2. energy. what someone brings to a conversation or to a space is the most important factor. i am really concerned with what folks put out into the universe and how they put it out there. i generally love friendly but quiet folks.

3. politics. someone who is thoughtful and intentional with how they live their life is so, so attractive. this doesn’t mean i’m only into vegan anti-marriage prison abolitionists. i just want someone who is honest, real, and critical about the world around themselves.

4. wit. listen, y’all. quippy, sarcastic assholes are beautiful. i adore subtle shade and dark humor, so give it to me.

5. back rubs. if we’re going to do life together, you will be asked for all of the back rubs. not massages, but like back rubs, as in just lying on the bed and rubbing my back. that is all i want.

6. mutual care. giving and creating space, which supporting one another requires mutual care that’s always concerned with both the self and the relationship. really taking care of one another, which also means taking care of oneself, is perhaps the central aspect of any relationship. if relationships aren’t healing and restorative, they why be in one?

7. sass. also, i just want someone who will see all my fabulousness when i wake up on a saturday morning, pre-coffee and will say this:

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….why are you asking? eh eh eh?

shorrrrrts. It’s spring! shorrrrrts. It’s spring!

shorrrrrts. It’s spring!

Q

Anonymous asked:

you are handsome like woah. can i ask you out, please?

A


This Couple Used A Facebook Post To Drop-Kick Sexual Orientation Labels To The Curb

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Anonymous asked:

You look like Dean Spade's doppelganger if he smiled more. :)

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This Couple Used A Facebook Post To Drop-Kick Sexual Orientation Labels To The Curb