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Shan. 23 year old Black, Queer, & Trans* divo_quing, with stories of life, love, liberation, resilience, and justice learning to be transcribed and spoken.
Reblogged from theesatisfaction, Posted by ambitmag.
ambitmag:

THEESatisfaction

mrelisha26:

unfollowfriday:

leaving the house with new clothes on

image

SLAY

Reblogged from theesatisfaction, Posted by split-works.
split-works:

#THEESatisfaction #Beijing @DuskDawnClub
Reblogged from 9-afternoon, Posted by blackfashion.
blackfashion:

xx King of Nature xx
Model: Isaiah Alan (@isaiahalan)
Photographer: Travis Chantar (@chantar)

brutalboobs:

silhouettes-of-my-soul:

here’s a tip: if you start dating a depressed person, don’t be surprised if they are still depressed while they are dating you.
they’re not depressed because they’re single, and you are not an all-powerful cure for mental illnesses. just be there for them.

REAL

FUCKING

TALK

Reblogged from lips-richmond, Posted by so14below.
so14below:

…doors of the church are now open.

geminiio:

i need ferguson to go down in history books. i need school children in the year 2074 to learn about michael brown being shot on august 9th, 2014 by officer darren wilson. i need this to spark a movement. this can not lose the focus of society a mere month after it happened. 

Reblogged from oxyalmighty, Posted by mrabelrants.

blulotusrises:

gratefully-dabbed:

soulsnatcha:

it’s not about your boobs ladies. it’s about what’s under your boobs. your lungs, because we are gonna be blazing a lot of kush and you need to keep up.

It’s true^^^

truuu

Reblogged from streetetiquette, Posted by streetetiquette.
streetetiquette:

Travel Etiquette © // New Orleans • Colorful exploration with the brother @bmike2c looking forward to see what he does with the place for P3 #traveletiquette #followyournola  (at Secret Location)

LGBTQ Healthy Relationship Skills Workshop with the Virginia Anti-Violence Project

active-rva:

Tuesday, September 23rd, from 6-8pm, at the Gay Community Center of Richmond (1407 Sherwood Avenue, Richmond VA), the Virginia Anti-Violence Project is holding an LGBTQ Health Relationship Skills Workshop. From the event description:

This workshop will cover positive information and skills that you can put into practice in your relationships and also share with others. Topics covered will include boundaries, communication, expectations, and much more! This is a safe space open to anyone who is interested in building healthy relationships in their own lives or in their community. The tools we will share are useful for all kinds of relationships. Couples are welcome but it is not necessary to be in a relationship to attend.”

The event is free, and the venue is wheelchair accessible.

RSVP through the title link.