1. mygeniussister:

    myoriginalblogposts:

    Happy World Down Syndrome Day!

    http://www.worlddownsyndromeday.org/

    I love this so much

    Reblogged from: mygeniussister
  2. autostraddle:

Jacquetta and Shaneequa by Kelly Prizel, via 50 Adorable Photos of Lesbian Weddings

    autostraddle:

    Jacquetta and Shaneequa by Kelly Prizel, via 50 Adorable Photos of Lesbian Weddings

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  3. fuckyeahgaycouples:

Me on the left: http://livingwithinthegods.tumblr.com/My elskan on the right: http://benrriddari.tumblr.com/
5 months at the end of March; he is the light that lifted the fog and made the sky new…

d’awww! You’re both so wonderful :)

    fuckyeahgaycouples:

    Me on the left: http://livingwithinthegods.tumblr.com/
    My elskan on the right: http://benrriddari.tumblr.com/

    5 months at the end of March; he is the light that lifted the fog and made the sky new…

    d’awww! You’re both so wonderful :)

    Reblogged from: benrriddari
  4. sexisnottheenemy:


“I’ve spoken with quite a few people who are convinced that nobody will want to have sex with them because they have grey hair, or wrinkles, or scars, or stretch marks, or health concerns, or any of the other effects of age. I feel sadness that they’re so sure that they’re unattractive to others because they’re unattractive to themselves. I wonder how much of that comes from never having thought of people over a certain age as desirable. […] The time to start thinking about older people being sexy is right now. This is the time to stop shaming elders who express desire or who want to have sex. This is the time to stop mocking their bodies or describing them negatively. When you get older, you’ll be struggling with a lot of cultural momentum and the longer you go along with it, the harder it’ll be when you finally get around to resisting (if you do).”

– Charlie Glickman (Getting Older, Getting Better)

    sexisnottheenemy:

    “I’ve spoken with quite a few people who are convinced that nobody will want to have sex with them because they have grey hair, or wrinkles, or scars, or stretch marks, or health concerns, or any of the other effects of age. I feel sadness that they’re so sure that they’re unattractive to others because they’re unattractive to themselves. I wonder how much of that comes from never having thought of people over a certain age as desirable. […] The time to start thinking about older people being sexy is right now. This is the time to stop shaming elders who express desire or who want to have sex. This is the time to stop mocking their bodies or describing them negatively. When you get older, you’ll be struggling with a lot of cultural momentum and the longer you go along with it, the harder it’ll be when you finally get around to resisting (if you do).”

     Charlie Glickman (Getting Older, Getting Better)

    Reblogged from: sexisnottheenemy

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