kissmyglitter:

ruby lucas appreciation week

day one; favorite outfit

Wow, all it took was one night at Emma’s and she’s busting out the flannel…

helebette:

This article explains the how and why of our undoing. Including undoing by those who refuse to see disrespect and Queer erasure for what it is. 

http://www.dailydot.com/geek/how-to-kill-your-fandom-sterek-queerbaiting/

We’re not used to someone putting us first, in fact we’re very used to someone putting us dead last.

Regina looking at Emma.
More like, something I didn’t notice before and make me want to curl up in a ball on the floor.

emma and regina saying each other’s name (◕‿◕✿)

I thought I was going to school to be other people, but really, what I learned was to be myself - accepting myself, my strengths and weaknesses. -Lupita Nyong’o

tvhousehusband:

This is the best—and only—way to avoid answering questions.

laverne cox poses with a fan, oitnb mexico premiere july 17, 2014

Cora’s heart in the box glowed only red; there wasn’t even a small black spot like Snow’s in her heart. Cora put her heart away before any darkness had touched it, so the heart that Snow manipulated Regina into putting back was uncorrupted. The love Cora felt for her daughter in that moment was truly absolute love, untainted by anything.

So, not only did Snow cause the death of another human being, she caused the death of a pure heart. The heart was not corrupted. Had she simply returned Cora’s heart and not burned the candle, everything would have worked out perfectly for everyone.

Perfect is very boring, and if you happen to have a different look, that’s a celebration of human nature, I think. If we were all symmetrical and perfect, life would be very dull.

dynastylnoire:

meowmaniaaa:

policymic:

Portraits of homeless LGBT youth may help them find “forever families”

A New York City gallery has turned its cameras toward LGBTQ youth in the hopes it will help them finally find loving homes.

Heart Gallery NYC, a traveling exhibition of professional pictures taken by award-winning photographers of children in foster care looking for “forever families,” has set up in shop in Times Square, spotlighting LGBTQ young adults. The exhibition, which is the first of its kind, coincides with National Pride Month and will culminate at New York’s Pridefest on June 29.

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