heterophilia:

heterophilia:

I could live off of mcdonalds fries

It would probably be a short life, but boy it would be great

My man has been watching football all day and now he’s finally coming over thank the lordt

supermodelgif:

Shalom Harlow @ Versace S/S 1996

supermodelgif:

Shalom Harlow @ Versace S/S 1996

givenchyrunway:

H By Hakaan Yildirim Spring/Summer 2015 Details

totallyamelia:

imightgetcynical:

totallyamelia:

Yeaaaahhh…

Marriage equality is cool and all, but uh…

Trickle down equality, yo!

aztec-princesss replied to your post “If these people don’t turn the heat on im going to use my frozen…”

DEAD ASS!! LMAO I was about to write its fcking colder in here than outside im dying

I hate the cold soooo much 

Yaaasss the heat is on & i love how my room is the only room in the apartment with heat so obviously they read my post and got scared :-)

gradientlair:

"Janet, you know how much I love you. I look up to you as a big sister. And this book really, in my eyes, made me see myself as not just the one who went through my experience alone. Every time I would read a page in your book, it would be like a black and white scene of a movie in my head of my life, of something that you experienced that I’ve experienced in some way. It’s really hard for me to express myself to people when it comes to experiences that I had whether it be good or bad. And for you to have written a book about that is really a blessing. It’s like…this is like the ten commandments for us right now. Like literally. It speaks truth. And with truth comes freedom." - CeCe McDonald

Part of what Cece McDonald said to Janet Mock in regards to her important, exquisitely written, groundbreaking book about being a trans woman of colour, Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love & So Much More. Quote is from The Barnard Center For Research on Women annual salon that featured several panelists.

If these people don’t turn the heat on im going to use my frozen nipsicles to stab them in the neck

deercr0ssing:

In majority of New York State, like in Nassau, transgender people can still be legally discriminated against. In Suffolk County, where we have some protections, I could still be denied access to the bathroom, changing rooms, housing and even sent to a men’s prison where I’ll likely be raped. Andrew Cuomo needs to pass GENDA now, like he promised in 2010. We’ve waited far too long.

Many of my cis friends have messaged me since I’ve come out in support of me. But the biggest way you could support girls like us is to vote‬ the Republicans out this November 4th who refused to pass ‪GENDA‬, the ‪trans‬ equal rights bill. And please share this, it’s important!

I have friends experiencing discrimination right now that’s jeopardizing their mental health and safety. Fucked up shit has happened. Register to vote here and contact your representative!