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I will never shut up about their height difference. Look at this. Look at them. Wilhelm still has his shoes on but let’s ignore that. On a separate note though, I love this scene so much because Simon is having such a hard time hiding his nervousness and lying to his mother about what they were planning to do, whereas we as an audience know exactly what Wilhelm is here for, we know exactly what they are thinking and we are able to feel that excitement with them. Look at Malin being awkward in the background. This scene is perfection.
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yourdailyqueer · 2 days ago
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Henrik Alsterdal
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Gay
DOB: 14 October 1979
Ethnicity: White - Swedish
Occupation: Journalist, presenter
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itcars · a day ago
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Koenigsegg Regera
Image by Alexandre Prevot || FB
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svenskjavel · 2 days ago
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Viktig fråga: PellexMaja, GullanxMaja eller PellexGullanxMaja?
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De är alla T4T också
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muikkunuuskanen · 6 months ago
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If you don’t think it’s funny that ”stepdad” in swedish is ”Bonuspappa” then get out
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nerviovago · 27 days ago
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twirld · 9 months ago
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Skymningslandskap med björkar - Anna Billing 
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belmonnt-remade · a year ago
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a little disorganized thing on neopronouns in other languages, apologies for not covering a lot of languages! here’s a post about neopronouns in other languages :)
NOTE: IF YOURE GONNA SAY U SUPPORT NEOPRONOUNS IN THIS CONTEXT BUT NOT IN ENGLISH? DIE BY MY BLADE.
ALSO PRONOUNS DO NOT EQUAL GENDER HESBIANS AND SHE/HER GAYS ILY
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Image ID: A large handwritten font says “neopronouns” in all caps, beneath it (in other languages) is handwritten.
A blank person with the united states flag as their face says “Neopronouns are dumb. We already have they/them.”
A second blank person with the UK flag as their face says “Stop forcing weird things on us”
This image is duplicated but blurred, and in front of the second, blurred image is a gender neutral anime style person saying “Hey! Hold on. Not everyone speaks english, and not every language has gender neutral pronouns.”
This gender neutral person goes on to say “Hi! I’m Mo, I’m nonbinary and I speak english, french and some swedish.”
Beside them is an info panel that says “Mo” with the Bigender and Lesbian flags beside it.
Beneath the panel there is a UK flag with the text “They/She/He” beside it, as well as a french flag with the text “Iel” beside it, and a swedish flag with the text “hen” beside it.
Below this, a text box says:
“English has four (ish) 3rd person personal pronouns” below that it says “She” with the female gender symbol below it, “He” with the male gender symbol below it, “they” with the transgender gender symbol and the word “plural” below it, and “it” with nothing below it.
To the right of this, a text box says “(ofc u can still use neopronouns in english! ily MWAH)”
A text box says “But some other languages only have the equivalent of he + she”
below this is a simple drawing of two people, one with the female gender symbol above their head and text that says “She (elle)” and one person with the male gender symbol above their head and text that says “He (il)”
Beside this there are two drawings, one of a chair and one of a book.
The chair has text above it that says “La (fem)”, the book has text above it that says “Le (masc)” below these two is text that reads “Not even it!”
There is a thin line.
Text reads “So what do nonbinary people do?”
Below this, in all caps and underlined, it says “Invent shit!”
there is a drawing of a person with the transgender/nonbinary gender symbol frowning, there is text above them that says “She OR he”
a large text box reads “in french, I go by iel, which is a neopronoun. Neopronouns get a bad rep, but they are very important to non-english nonbinary folks.”
Large text says “Some languages are already gender neutral!”
an underlined heading reads “Lule Sámi:”
text below the heading says “He + she become sån, they becomes såj or sij”
A large line crosses the width of the image.
Text reads “Some languages added gender-neutral pronouns.”
Below this, a header says “Swedish:” in an underlined font
A text box reads “She becomes Hon, He becomes Han”
Another text box says “In 2015, a gender neutral pronoun “Hen” was added to the svenska akademiens ordlista, the most authoritative glossary on swedish.
text reads “hen has been around since 1966, but only started receiving attention around 2010.”
A large line crosses the width of the image.
Large, typed text reads “some languages do not have official gender neutral pronouns, so people make their own.” in all caps
A large line crosses the width of the image.
text reads: Portugese:
“she becomes ela, He becomes ele, the neopronouns elu/delus and elx delx are popular, but elx/delx may be hard for some people. (screen readers, dyslexics)”
A large line crosses the width of the image.
a large speech bubble is drawn, with the phrase “They can do it themself” written in several languages, including french, mandarin, swedish, portugese and sylheti-bengali. 
Bold text below this says “Non-english speaking nb people deserve gender neutrality too; stop forcing them to use preexisting pronouns.”
Large text says “Note:” in all caps
a very simple drawing of Mo, the gender neutral person and author of this post is seen saying “I only speak eng/fr/swe, and have done prior research on Lule Sámi, everything else is info given to me by nb people who speak those languages. Please let me know if i made a mistake”
A heart is drawn in the centre of the image, and on the bottom right hand the author’s handle “@shippudens” is given.
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honestlydeepesttidalwave · 2 months ago
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Agnetha Fältskog, Anni-Frid Lyngstad (ABBA)
twitter (Groovy History@GroovyHistory), tavasci3-musicrewind.blogspot.com, tenor.com, pinterest, femina.hu, gfycat.com, amazon.com, facebook (Agnetha Fältskog, Big fans.)
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yourdailyqueer · 4 hours ago
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Lennart Swahn (deceased)
Gender: Male
Sexuality: Gay
DOB: 8 April 1927  
RIP: 27 August 2008
Ethnicity: White - Swedish
Occupation: Journalist, presenter, producer
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letoscrawls · 3 months ago
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So today i realized that in order to heal from burnout i can't start from the detailed illustrations that live in my head and for which i don't have the skills to make right now BUT from something in my comfort zone so here I am redrawing this thing from last year with a little twist of over saturated layters on it just to make it look fancy
don't use that ship tag please!! they are besties!
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myfairynuffstuff · 6 months ago
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Theodor Jönsson (1888 - 1966) - Lilies. 1924. Oil on canvas.
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oldpaintings · 11 months ago
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Knut Ekwall (Swedish, 1843–1912)
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nerviovago · 3 months ago
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fromapoetspointofview · 15 days ago
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Things that happen here:
- Wilhelm maintains eye contact with Simon, making sure he’s ok with his shirt being taken off, getting consent
- Simon smiles, knowing what Wille wants and probably finding his eagerness amusing
- Simon let’s Wilhelm undress him
- Wilhelm looks down Simon’s on body and Simon can see the change is Wille’s mood, looking at him expectantly and tentatively
- Their breathing changes
- Wilhelm pulls Simon close, to have his undressed body against him or to show Simon what he’s doing to him, their hips collide
- Their bodies lean, putting Wilhelm in a slightly more dominant position, leaning down over Simon
- The kiss that follows is very different from the previous one, less gentle, more sexual
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