Get you a 2in1 husband and wife
Get you a 2in1 husband and wife
Teaching a girl how to do skateboarding,,, holding her hand so she doesn’t lose her balance,,,, running alongside her so she doesn’t fall,,,, grabbing her by the waist and pulling her into your chest when she slips so that she doesn’t end up hurt
Happy pride month!! 🏳️🌈 (a little late)
YOU A WONDERFUL AND PERFECT AS YOU ARE EVERYDAY! BUT TODAY ESPECIALLY! I AM PROUD OF EVERY ONE OF MY NONBINARY PALS! I LOVE AND SUPPORT YOU!
I love and support you! Stay safe ❤❤❤
an icon i drew for myself for pride month. i’m transgender and i’m proud of who i am EVERY month!
Este estado no existía hasta que existió el ACAB , no había All lives matter hasta que hubo Black lives matter. No había gente pidiendo un orgullo hetero hasta que hubo un Pride month. El pedo con esta gente es que no soportan no ser el centro de atención ni 5 minutos.
Esqueci completamente que eu tinha um tumblr…. oops.
Vou postar os coiso que n postei ainda
A VERY late pride month drawing, but better late than never! plus i might as well dump a lot of stuff i drew while i was gone
Heartstopper by Alice Oseman
My 14-year-old sister introduced me to Heartstopper, she read it as a webcomic and loved it so much that she just had to have the three books that have been published in physical form, even though she’s already read the parts they cover.
Heartstopper is a story about two teenage boys who become friends at school and then develop romantic feelings for each other. I don’t really want to write a long analytical review or over-explain the characters, because part of the joy is getting to know them bit by bit, as they in-turn get to know each other.
This is an adorable, sweet story of the type of romance many
of us would love to experience: one that starts off with mutual affection and
respect. It’s a graphic novel created for ages 12+ and it’s great to see stories
of gay love being introduced as more of a norm to younger audiences. I’m a
cynical 32-year-old but reading Heartstopper has warmed my heart.
Review by Book Hamster
Pride Month may be over, but every month is a good month for LGBTQIA+ pride. (also I am laughably late.) To celebrate Pride this year despite the fact that we couldn’t go together for covid-related reasons (plus the fact that we live on different sides of the Atlantic, sadly), @thatsoneginger and I got together virtually and devised something featuring her LGBTQ+ characters in her TF2 series. If you like Team Fortress 2 and haven’t read her stories (which I will link to in the replies), go go go! You’ll have one hell of a time.
From left to right, Edwin Delacroix, Castillo Elcano, Isabella Baker, Daisy Carmichael, Alice Pauling, Philippe Vidal, Lawrence Mundy, and Blake Porter. Some are more comfortable than others with being visible, but they’re all comfortable in their being who they are. And you know what?
now that I’ve bleached my hair in quarantine, every stranger I meet sees my couple weeks old roots and immediately knows I’m gay
There was that time I made an LGBTQ+ Pride/Wrath month video. It was very silly. Also I didn’t learn until recently that there’s a whole Freehoun fan base and honestly I really should’ve known earlier.
Frog & Toad, Frog and Toad by Arnold Lobel
I have created a thing. I originally made this for Mermay but then it became June so it was also for Pride… Now it’s July. :P
I love him. He’s my son. (Though I’m tempted to say Julia the demon cat is his mother.)
Last one! Jane and Winnie from My Calamity Jane and my pan BFF on the bottom (the Deadpool shirt is her fave).