This month’s brunch is Bois only- open only to those who identify along the masculine spectrum (Bois, Dom, Trans*, MOC, Stud, AG, Butch, etc). Parking is scarce at the venue so PLEASE give yourself time to park or carpool. Remember to bring cash to pay your portion of the bill too (we usually have a 4 card maximum).
Date: Marc 23, 2014
Time: Promptly at 11:45am
Location: George’s on Mt. Vernon Square, 101 W. Monument St, Baltimore, MD 21201
RSVP to email@example.com no later than 5PM, March 21, 2014.Photo credit: Profile Artist Moye
I was a fashion makeup artist before transitioning. I worked in a salon so I always had a face full of makeup. Image was so important in my line of work, so I tried my best to fit the mold of what was needed in order to succeed in that industry.You can change your life! Choose to live authentically. On the outside I was a pretty girl, feminine, and happy…but who I am today is a genuine reflection of the spirit and soul that resides in this shell. Man judges the flesh but God looks at the HEART! People have judged my transition harshly because I was always so feminine. But look at me now guys! I had NO masculine qualities but never identified with the young woman you see in the first picture. We all have our own transition stories. Not all of us were lesbians, or butch women, or masculine or two-spirited individuals. Some of us were just women who were told who we were going to be, but made the choice to live as the person they knew God had intended them to be. Cheers!
- Noah Nomad
“Stay true to you and be blessed in all you do.”
21. Transman. Los Angeles.
— Charles Melvin (via untraditionalgrowth)
I’d let Keke Palmer be my daddy
And just like that…keke Palmer became fine as hell!
Boy or girl Keke is bad 😍👌
Remember this yall
Oh My Gd Keke!! do it
We must protect and save our children(@zellieimani)
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