bevsi:

korra i know asami’s hot but keep your eyes on the road
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bevsi:

korra i know asami’s hot but keep your eyes on the road

godrace:

have some fancervice bubbline~
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godrace:

have some fancervice bubbline~

So I rarely update YuriGL anymore. Part of it is a shift in focus, less towards shipping and more towards activism. After experiencing discrimination in my personal life I realize that more people need to speak out. I started up a new facebook page recently called Anarcha-Queer Feminism which aims to be an intersectional queer space. Please check it out. Like, share, etc. I’m also still helping out with TRANARCHY which is in the process of becoming a full website. :D
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So I rarely update YuriGL anymore. Part of it is a shift in focus, less towards shipping and more towards activism. After experiencing discrimination in my personal life I realize that more people need to speak out. I started up a new facebook page recently called Anarcha-Queer Feminism which aims to be an intersectional queer space. Please check it out. Like, share, etc. I’m also still helping out with TRANARCHY which is in the process of becoming a full website. :D

Where are we as an LGBT community over 45 years after the Stonewall Rebellion? …Sylvia Rivera warned us about becoming a movement that was only for white, middle-class people. And 45 years later, the most marginalized of our communities are still struggling.
- Laverne Cox

Stonewall started as a riot against police brutality, predominately by drag queens and trans women of color (although cisgender gay people certainly helped out) who were homeless and took shelter within the Stonewall Inn. Guess what? That hasn’t changed. Poor trans women of color in particular face police brutality on a routine basis! We need to build a movement that’s intersectional with race, class, gender and fight the institutional forces that oppress queer people! Marriage and babies are nice but we need to focus on the basics of life such that queer people have access to food, shelter, health-care, and a life free of hate violence from the state or religious groups.
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Where are we as an LGBT community over 45 years after the Stonewall Rebellion? …Sylvia Rivera warned us about becoming a movement that was only for white, middle-class people. And 45 years later, the most marginalized of our communities are still struggling.
- Laverne Cox

Stonewall started as a riot against police brutality, predominately by drag queens and trans women of color (although cisgender gay people certainly helped out) who were homeless and took shelter within the Stonewall Inn. Guess what? That hasn’t changed. Poor trans women of color in particular face police brutality on a routine basis! We need to build a movement that’s intersectional with race, class, gender and fight the institutional forces that oppress queer people! Marriage and babies are nice but we need to focus on the basics of life such that queer people have access to food, shelter, health-care, and a life free of hate violence from the state or religious groups.

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darning-socks:

Birds of a feather.

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