this is where we at with it post-Toronto. sheesh.
Tumbled Lives is the love child of Sex in the City & Girlfriends dipped in AfroPunk. A show following the lives of blogger artist in the city. Watch the raw truth of their stories unfold as they fight to keep their lives and relationships together while balancing the ups and downs of city life.
WHY WOULD YOU NOT WATCH THIS?!
I’M JUST SAYING…
this is the shit i wake up to?? I’m smiling so damn hard! this is PERFECT!!!!!!!! our black asses better get famous cuz a bitch is broke!
Damn make it happen
I just want to point out I made this post an hour ago on my phone…shit is blowin’ mine right now!
Asked by Anonymous
The official dress code of all our events is “fuck-that-I’m-fly”. :) -the bois
Producer Nneka Onuorah (instagram @Nikes_nae) Has a documentary coming out “The Same Difference” on lesbians who discriminate against lesbians. Check it out. Please blog and reblog
What up, I’m Nellie. 25.
Full-time Student. Budding Writer, Photographer, and Model.
Check out my piece, featured on Queer Women of Color’s page, entitled "Why Do You Dress Like That?"
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MOC… BOIS UP!! Blessings.
Toronto chillin’. Get with us Friday for Wild for the Night!
Hirstory lesson time! When heading to all your “Pride” parties this weekend, don’t forget the people who came before us, those who paved the way, who are often overlooked especially by mainstream LGB(T) “culture”.
Marsha P Johnson was an American transgender rights activist, Queen of Stonewall and Transgender Revolutionary. She was a co-founder of Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (S.T.A.R.) in the early 1970s and became the “mother” of S.T.A.R. House along with Sylvia Rivera. They would get together food and clothing to help support the young trans women living in the house on the lower East Side of NYC.