Happy day sixteen of Pride! While I never became a a huge fan of Dan and Phil’s channel, I know Kel loves them. Also I don’t have to be a fan to be proud of him and angry at the people who are saying they’ve “known all along” -
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I spend quite a bit of my time fangirling over not only local kings and queens but many that I follow on here as well... but it wasn’t until I watched this clip last night hours after the performance that I realized there are people who fan girl over me in the same way I fan girl over others..it’s incredibly surreal, and I just wanted to take a minute to say thank you all for love and support, I love that I can make so many smile just by being me..
.i don’t own the rights to the song it’s a clip from my performance last night @queencitypridenh, the first but certainly not last in Manchester...
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I am really honored and proud to be part of @linknycofficial‘s pride campaign alongside this amazing, talented group of 25 LGBTQIA creatives based in NYC.
Big thank you to @byisabel & @benfwagner for curating this special project and showcase art from the queer community for #ArtOnLink .
Keep an eye on these screens on the streets of New York this month and if you see it, please share it or send me a picture if you can! 🌈
#pride month 🌈 follow @makeupmetamorphos for more 🦋
The 3rd and final look in my pride mini series and I had to recreate the beautiful style butterflies by my babe @beatbynick (check out his page, amazing artist 🔥) & his incred look in our pride collab! Also inspired by @aykutmaykut amazing digital art 😍
No lashes in this look because i didn't want them to distract from the butterfly being so close to the eye plus i think lashes probs would've just covered most of it! Honestly not sure how i feel about not having them on, don't think it'll be a regular thing 😂 my first illusion look in a while! I love surrealism style makeup ( @mimles@isshehungry etc etc) it's so fun to create!!
Look out tomorrow for a fruit inspired collab 😍🍓🍋🍇 •
Using @mehronmakeup paradise paints in the tropical palette also intense pro pigments from the intense pro palette & @nyxcosmetics the ultimate edit mini palette (all shades from both pretty much😘)
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Hello and happy day day 16 of #pridemonth2019
Yesterday i mentioned discussing Kuko and survivors guilt, and i am doing just that. Its no secret that my house burnt down, and that event still messes with me. I still have bad reactions, dreams, and flashbacks to that day and the events of what happened. Although i have healed and i have learned to cope with my PTSD, i still have survivors guilt. No human died when my house burnt down, but my cat did. Kuko.
And god damn that was, and is, the hardest part for me. I love cats so much. Hell, Beans has her own instagram @beans_the_cqt and i love her so goddamn much, but she will never replace Kuko. He was my best friend for the two years i had him, and he helped me so much. Every meow, snuggle, and lick helped me more than he would have ever known.
Yes, i have survivors guilt because my cat died. I knew exactly where he was when i woke up. I could have grabbed him and saved him. I could have saved my cat, but instead i just ran out of the house. I was ignorant enough to think that he could get out, but that was stupid because he was so small. He was just a cat, and he is gone now. Its been 2 1/2 years, but not a single day goes by when i dont think about him. I look at his photos and cry. I still hope that someone on park street will call and tell me they found an orange tabby with a flat face, messed up ear, and giant balls. But i logically know that wont happen. He hasnt turned up yet, and it is very unlikely that he ever will.
I feel guilty for not grabbing him. I feel guilty because i have a cat that is living the life he would have been. I feel guilty because i know i could have grabbed him. I feel guilty because im alive, typing this, and he is not here with me.
Life is hard. Unexpected things happen every day. Tragic things happen, and you may feel guilty for things you cant control. Things that cant change. Its important to take moments to remember and honor those lost moments, those hard moments, and the lost ones. Memories are painful sometimes, and they hurt differently everytime they come to the surface. Just remember, take a breath and reminisce in the happy memories. #transgender#ftm#queer
Father’s Day 2019 vs 2018 👌 & Shout out to all the people that have taken the role of a mentor, caretaker, role model for someone who needs you in their life. Shoutout to all the single mothers / parents who hold it down on their own. Shout out to all the queer, trans, gnc parents that show the world that what makes a family is love. Shout out to chosen family that supports and loves each other. Shout out to the folks that have taken care of and raised themselves. I see you and I love you 🙏 #youarevalid#pride 🌈 #transman#pridemonth2019
After coming out, I spent a lot of time hanging around West4th, Christopher Street, the pier, and in and around The Stonewall Inn and it’s Memorial. I would say back then that I was pretty naive to the history of LGBTQ+ communities and the significance of the landmarks to which I frequented. I was so wrapped up in myself and living my best QPOC life that I was admittedly ignorant to the fact that the spaces that I was enjoying were also places where the older LGBTQ+ generations walked, laughed, cried, struggled, and loved. With that said, I’ve grown a lot since those days of hanging out on the pier and have come to understand, respect, and cherish the struggles and the fight of those who came before me in the LGBTQ+ communities.
Today, and always, I celebrate my existence and enjoy the autonomy to live life the way I want to live. However, this would not be possible without the sweat, blood and tears of LGBTQ+ revolutionaries like Marsha P. Johnson and Sylvia Rivera. I have immense respect and gratitude for these two POC drag queens.
So, as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots and World Pride, let’s not forget where we have come from, but instead, continue to pay homage to those before us by amplifying their stories and continuing the fight for LGBTQ+ equality, black trans women lives, and gender rights. #DanielleACooper@JaguarUSA #PrideMonth#Sponsored 📸 @tracingstories
The end of June is coming and I want to thank all my wonderful and awesome 😎 followers and readers for my paranormal gay romance ebook.
They are all available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.
You encouragement and support has been wonderful all these years and I truly appreciate all your love 💗 and encouragement. #paranormal#barnesandnoble#gay#romance#ebook#Amazon#PrideMonth2019#pride
Joe and I attended our first Pride today, and it was just as wonderful as expected 🏳️🌈 What was incredible was that there were men, women, everyone in between, undecided folk, old people, young children, all races, people with differing (dis)abilities... As allies, Joe and I really enjoyed meeting new people, buying some fun things, and supporting a community which we are so passionate about.
Although I am cis & straight, I will never stop fighting for LGBT+ rights, especially given the current political climate of our country. Trans and gay rights are human rights, and it’s as simple as that.
Having Wi-Fi I can get into some photos on my laptop. Here's a beautiful rainbow that I captured on my old iPhone in 2013. I post this in celebration of Pride Month. I stand in support of all LGBTQ family members, friends, and many in our communities. I stand for equality and dignity despite one's gender or how one identifies. Life is too short. Love one another!
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More pride month stuff Bc I’m bored and these are fun (oop, apologies for absolutely butchering the lesbian pride flag, I realized I forgot a color when I was already like halfway through) #pride#pridemonth2019#oc#huntocs
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This weekend Kate and I decided to get away for the weekend and go visit my hometown in Indiana.
I haven’t been home since I moved out to VA, so it has been almost 7 months.
As much as I love my new home, I was really starting to miss my original home.
Kate, Teddy, and I have been all around central Indiana meeting my friends, meeting new friends and showing them around my home for 21 years of my life.
I couldn’t be a happier gal than to have these two by my side and in such a special place to me.
Thank you both for road tripping all the way to the corniest place on earth, and seeing what the Midwest life is like ❤️🌽🐶
L O V E I S L O V E 🌈 Wow, I will tell you right now I was not prepared for how crazy and amazing Tel Aviv’s Pride festival is!! It was ready incredible to see so so many people in this city come together yesterday to celebrate and support, it’s like the whole city was there and the energy was just electric! Happy Pride from Tel Aviv! #pridemonth#loveislove#missmooretravels#visitisrael