Hey there! this is a picture of me and my boyfriend. He is pre-op & has been on T for almost 2 years. We are from Singapore! yes, that makes us asians & we are mad about each other. If you ask me, love is bigger than gender. Oh! and for all you short guys, seriously, i…
lol yea i know you just started your blog on Tumblr but so far its great and inspiring for all those that get humiliated all the time which is not fair how is your day?:) yea she is i think all youe models are beautiful abd represent bklynboi soo good :)
thanks! yeah tumblr has been rad so far, i like it.
word. def wanna try and represent for all of us that are ostracized and humiliated. i still have plenty of moments where i need reassurance that i’m okay the way i am. ok being me. so we’re out here for other folks that feel that way too. good to know we’re not alone out here.
and yeah, the models are fly right! i’m excited to start casting for next years calendar soon.
hey :) its me stephanie i had sent you an email i love your website and now you have a tumblr yay! :) i was telling you guys you should spread to chicago and thanks for saying hi to one of your models shes my crush shh ;)
oh yeah! hey stephanie. i remember your email. fancy seeing you here:) oh, and yeah, D is a hottie.
“Privilege means you can walk away from the conversation whenever you like because the issues being raised aren’t important to you, and you can always imagine that the marginalized people you are walking away from don’t matter.”—Garland Grey. (via sexismandthecity)
I used to only identify myself as a gay man, but those constricting definitions have definitely altered over the past year or so. In my head I was always queer, but did not really associate the terminology so well. I noticed in your 'About' section you leave out the 'gay' and I was curious to find out if this was intentional and if so for what purpose? Thanks!
hey there:) so here’s the shakedown: we use the term “queer” with the intent to be inclusive around tons of diff identities.
to me, reclaiming “queer” seems to embody fluidity across gender/sexuality and is less constricting than more traditional terminology. so we sorta use it as an umbrella term.
this raises a good point tho, maybe we’ll take steps to lists more specifics. i know not everyone we aim to serve sees themselves as queer/trans…
s/n: there are so many beautiful beings out there representing themselves and their many identities:) at the end of the day tho, no matter how we i.d., we are working to build and stand as one community. thats the ticket.