I want bangs. But I would look so fucking stupid… I haven’t had bangs since I was 6….. it was lowkey cute then, but now???? FUCK no. On the other hand, I also want and undercut so-
the universal lgbt code of “i like your (item with a pride flag on it)” as a way of saying “hey, i support you”
Queer people almost always spot even the subtlest things. Like small circle earrings that are the colors. The chain to your necklace isn’t just pretty/cute/fashion, it’s specific colors in a formation. Pins on purses or backpacks. Fashion and aesthetic you can’t put your finger on as to how or why you can understand the message, but you can all the same, and then you meet eyes, and there’s a small smile and nod as you recognize one of your own.
There’s something safe and reassuring in that moment.
the idea is more for straight people because they literally don’t know how to read coding properly….but coding is actually intended to communicate to other LGBT+ people, so
“you can’t tell someone’s sexuality from their appearance” there was a girl on the bus with electric blue hair in an undercut, 6 piercings in one ear, rainbow converse, and a ‘punch a fascist’ pin on her backpack it’s physically impossible for that person to be straight
Or, “I see your rainbow. I am also rainbow.”
That feeling tho when you find that fic writer that just absolutely fucking
- understands the characters to their core
- writes so well they–just so–they just—their writing is—-THEY WRITE GOOD
- shatters your bad mood with a new update
- writes a fic that you can read over again and still clutch at your heart like HOLY SHIT I FUCKING LOVE–I LOVE THIS FIC
- writes a scene that has you all giddy in public and that one random stranger asks you like “ooo you are smiling :) :) is that a boy :) you are talking to :)” and you’re like “no I’m reading a Everybody Lives/Nobody Dies AU, please leave”
- understands and portrays the characters better than the people who make MOVIES with those characters
- amazing. just amazing. fic writers are awesome
I think this is funny, and I love how it get’s the point across 😁
not sure if this will make sense to anyone besides me but: the antidote to negativity is not positivity, its warmth
positivity tells a sad person that there is no reason to be sad. warmth asks the sad person if they want to go get some ice cream
Been a moment since I saw this. Glad it’s back on my dash when I needed it.
I have a new hobby…. it’s watching talented women pole dance on the internet (THEY ARE CLOTHED AND I’M ENTERTAINED IN A NON-SEXUAL WAY!)
The amount of strength and talent exotic dancers have…. holy shit! Duuuuuuude, it’s so fucking cool!
why do grooms get one boring black jacket and brides get the most jawdropping gowns ever like when i get married i want pearls and lace and a train is that too much to ask??
Hnn could you imagine.. a suit embroidered with baroque pearls… a LACE CAPE gently floating behind the groom… a fuckin sword..
oh my god…. your m i n d…. the wedding industry is quaking
Meanwhile in Scotland…
YO, there are SO MANY great groom outfits around the world where he is dressed all in silk, lace, gold, pearls and glitter, with capes and scarves, hats and stitchery and I find it so sad that most of these countries switch over to “suit”. Like, look at these handsome boys!
*shakes fist at sky*
damn you western marriage culture
may I add
japan the hard core traditional wedding costume
maori (new zealand)
Here are some gay wedding additions:
This last addition to this ^^^ is my genuinely my most favorite part!
I rb’d a different version of this and added other cultures (including that Georgian one – which, ftr, notes that these guys are Georgians in America, because if they’d worn those clothes [chokha] in Georgia as openly gay men having a gay wedding, there’s a not-insignificant chance they would’ve gotten killed, since gay men aren’t considered “real men” and only “real men” are deemed worthy of wearing chokha. Which I think is contextual information worth sharing here – that this isn’t just beautiful cultural garb but also a very deliberate act of defiance and pride using that clothing in the face of the intensely hypermasculine, homophobic culture it comes from).
Rb’ing this alternative version just because I love the inclusion of some of the other same-gender weddings.