finally got my belly pierced
rip blonde hair and my shitty iPhone 4
Pink Beaches, Bermuda: The pink sand is the result of millions of tiny red sea creatures, such as clams, mollusks as well as other invertebrate, that have been crushed by the powerful waves of the mid-Atlantic ocean. When they wash up on the beach, they blend with the sand, turning it an amazing pink color. (Source)
Frida Kahlo holding an Olmeca figurine at her home, La Casa Azul. Photo by Nickolas Muray, 1939.
alright sit down everybody because I’m about to tell you all a little story of my friend Shannon. Shannon is a transgender girl that I’ve known and been close friends with since we were about 10 years old. She’s one of the most talented people I’ve ever met, an absolutely amazing dancer, actress, and singer. And now, the whole world is going to know all about it. For this month, J-14 magazine is featuring her as the “Real Girl” of the month, which is something they do every issue that highlights one ordinary teenage girl, just like Shannon. This is such a huge deal, because the more we see stuff like this in mainstream media such as magazines aimed at teenage girls, the more acceptance people like Shannon are going to get in their everyday lives. This is such a huge deal, and I’m so incredibly proud of Shannon for everything she’s accomplishing. Pleeeease reblog this to spread the word, share it on facebook, instagram this picture or one of you holding the issue using #shannonj14, tweet it, spread this like wildfire because this is such a huge deal to me, to her, her family, and trans teenagers and allies everywhere.
also here’s some of Shannon’s links to social media stuff, check her out!