SAME SEX MARRIAGE IS NOW LEGAL IN ALL 50 STATES!!!! IM SO HAPPY I COULD CRY
Damn when you love him but he don't love you back and she loves you but you don't love her back...
ALL AUSTRALIAN LBTQIA+ AND MOGAI
Hey if you're in Australia and identify as anything other than cis and/or het, there's a great website similar to Just Left The Closet called 'minus18' check it out! It also features events going on like same sex formal and blue light discos etc so yes it's a must have and free!
*plays Girls/Girls/Boys by Panic! At The Disco really loudly*
GET THE HINT, PARENTS.
This is what a proud lesbian looks like ^^
Bi-Pride, 'cause I got it <3
FORGET IT. FORGET ABOUT EVERYTHING THEY TOLD YOU AND LIVE. JUST LOVE WHO YOU WANT TO LOVE. BE WHO YOU WANT TO BE, SO WE CAN ALL BE HAPPY IN OUR OH SO BIG WORLD!!
I want to hang this everywhere
The Good and The Bad
Okay, so this is a sorta rant. Over the holidays a really good thing and a really bad thing happened. I mean, it wasn't so bad that it was drastic, it just made me feel bad about myself and what I identify as. Okay, it's both the good and the bad....I work at a small restaurant and I meet a lot of people, one day I was working quite late and a women came into the restaurant, and asked for a waiter. Of course I was happy to take her order, since I didn't have any tables to take care of. Anyway, when I got there, she kinda noticed that I was a female earlier in my life, I honestly don't know how, probably by my small feminine features. But she wasn't rude about she still let me take her order...the thing that hurt me the most, was when I gave her the food, and she asked me to sir with her. Now that's not the bad thing, the bad was...She started saying things that were uncalled for. She asked questions that I could answer, but it got worse. She said according to society and many people, I'm not a man. I'm just a lesbian, who is very masculine. But she used the word Gay, she said I was a Gay women. It hurt to be called a women, no one had called me one since I came out, so it was nerve wracking. I didn't say anything to her, I just got up and walked away. When I gave her the bill, I wrote a letter to her and attached it to the bill. I couldn't say these things out loud, but I wrote them down. I told her that "I am a man and I always will be. Even on my drivers license it says m for male. And if I was Gay, I would be dating a man. I like women, yes, I do. But I'm a man and no one can change that, not even you. I'm sorry that you feel the way you do toward me and people like me. But as like others I wish you happily holidays, and its all on me," Not only did I give her a free meal, I even held the door open for her. She didn't look at me, she just said sorry, and hugged me. She wished me a happy holidays, and thanked me for paying for her food. That night it changed for me, that people can change the way they feel about others. If you just tell them how you feel, don't be a coward. Express yourself, and stand up for not only, but others like you.