There’s another Queer Women and Coffee meet-up this Sunday! Come have coffee, meet fellow LGBT*Q women, and chat it up. It’s always a good time.
DATE: Sunday, December 8th
TIME: 7 PM EST - 9 PM EST
PLACE: Heine Brothers (corner of Eastern Parkway and Bardstown Road in Louisville, KY)
FACEBOOK EVENT: Click here to RSVP
Invite whomever, and spread the word! The more people, the better.
If you have any questions, shoot it to me in my Ask box.
This is TODAY! If you don’t feel safe driving in the weather, DON’T RISK IT. If you have any questions, hit up my ask box.
Also, I’m moving out by January 15th.
Who wants to come over and have hot tea and watch Netfix and smoke hookah and talk about books and queer women?!
when you have the biggest crush on a girl and she doesn’t know your name.
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I compared these two photos today, and I observed something.
If a random queer woman were to see just the top photo, they would assume that I am a stud — short hair, defined muscles, broad back, firm shoulders, seemingly no curves.
If a random queer woman were to see just the bottom photo, they would assume that I am a femme — a defined butt, fishnets, “feminine” panties, slender thighs.
But BOTH of these photos define me. Though I consider myself a femme through and through, that doesn’t mean that I don’t enjoy lifting weights, flexing my muscles, treating my girl right, and being on top.
I am a woman-loving femme. A powerful, role-switching, stereotype-defying femme.
YOUR BODY IS BEAUTIFUL IF:
- you have a body
- that’s it
- you’re beautiful
- you win
|—||Pam, The Office (via talkedtoomuchsaidtoolittle)|
i fucking hate that “instant messaging and texting are destroying our social skills” like fucking nah bruh
no one except the deepest basement dwellers actually substitute texting for real interaction
boo fucking hoo, i can’t currently hang out with a friend in person so instead im going to text them so we can still have a conversation
fuck that “you’re all zombies engrossed in your technology except me, the enlightened one” attitude