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Proud that TERMINALLY IN LOVE has found acceptance at Canada and the USA's leading LGBTQ festivals, with a Jury Honorable Mention at Inside Out and Official Selection at Outfest Los Angeles. We'll be playing in LA July 24, check the Outfest website for details. More on the film at terminallyinlove.com and @glasseyepictures 
@insideoutfestival @outfest #insideout19 #outfestla #outfest #lgbt #lgbtfilm #queerfilm #lgbtqfilms #femalefilmmaker #indiefilm #filmfestival #filmfest #cinematography #firstperson #pov #canada #toronto #shortfilm #cinematographer #director #arrialexa #womeninfilm @2dhouse @canadiancinematographer @arri

Proud that TERMINALLY IN LOVE has found acceptance at Canada and the USA's leading LGBTQ festivals, with a Jury Honorable Mention at Inside Out and Official Selection at Outfest Los Angeles. We'll be playing in LA July 24, check the Outfest website for details. More on the film at terminallyinlove.com and @glasseyepictures @insideoutfestival @outfest #insideout19 #outfestla #outfest #lgbt #lgbtfilm #queerfilm #lgbtqfilms #femalefilmmaker #indiefilm #filmfestival #filmfest #cinematography #firstperson #pov #canada #toronto #shortfilm #cinematographer #director #arrialexa #womeninfilm @2dhouse @canadiancinematographer @arri

Love yourself! 😍🏳️‍🌈
It's #PRIDE month 😘🌈
Remember the love is LOVE 💖🏳️‍🌈
#gay #love #lesbian #bi #lgbt #lgbt+ #🏳️‍🌈 #asexual #panusexual #transsexual #transgender #drag #dragqueen

Love yourself! 😍🏳️‍🌈 It's #PRIDE month 😘🌈 Remember the love is LOVE 💖🏳️‍🌈 #gay #love #lesbian #bi #lgbt #lgbt + #🏳️‍🌈 #asexual #panusexual #transsexual #transgender #drag #dragqueen

I guess I’m a little bit late but anyways....
Happy pride month everyone!
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These are @this_is_a_gay_username’s beautiful OC, Adam, with his boyfriend Beau uwu (my OC)
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#pridemonth #pride #lgbt #lgbtq #lgbtqpride #gay #bisexual #couple #loveislove #drawing #digitalart #digitaldrawing #lgbtdrawing #ocs #lgbtocs

I guess I’m a little bit late but anyways.... Happy pride month everyone! ❤️🧡💛💚💙💜 These are @this_is_a_gay_username ’s beautiful OC, Adam, with his boyfriend Beau uwu (my OC) ❤️ • 🧡 • 💛 • 💚 • 💙 • 💜 • #pridemonth #pride #lgbt #lgbtq #lgbtqpride #gay #bisexual #couple #loveislove #drawing #digitalart #digitaldrawing #lgbtdrawing #ocs #lgbtocs

A melhor ♡♡
#lgbt ❤

A melhor ♡♡ #lgbt

GENDERTAG IS ABOUT “YOU”! We believe in individuality: Creating products that celebrate your uniqueness with beautifully crafted fashion accessories. We craft each product we make with one purpose in mind: to help you express who you are without words: simply, elegantly and uniquely expressive.

Be proud! Be visible❤ 
GENDERTAG Ally Pride Leather Bracelet Link to buy in bio

#GENDERTAG #Simplerthanwords #thisisme #justbeyou #wontbeerased
#lovewins #beproud #bevisible
#lgbt #lgbtqia #pride #pridemonth #lgbt_s2 #gaytimes #pinknews #prideally #pridecoalition #gaypride #UK #USA #pridejewellery #pridejewelry #dancelikenobodyswatching #ally
#support #diversity #inclusion #equality
#loudandproud

GENDERTAG IS ABOUT “YOU”! We believe in individuality: Creating products that celebrate your uniqueness with beautifully crafted fashion accessories. We craft each product we make with one purpose in mind: to help you express who you are without words: simply, elegantly and uniquely expressive. Be proud! Be visible❤ GENDERTAG Ally Pride Leather Bracelet Link to buy in bio #GENDERTAG #Simplerthanwords #thisisme #justbeyou #wontbeerased #lovewins #beproud #bevisible #lgbt #lgbtqia #pride #pridemonth #lgbt_s2 #gaytimes #pinknews #prideally #pridecoalition #gaypride #UK #USA #pridejewellery #pridejewelry #dancelikenobodyswatching #ally #support #diversity #inclusion #equality #loudandproud

👏🏾 👏🏾 👏🏾 Give a round of applause to the fabulous elders of @griotcircle pumping it up and snaking it out, Detroit Hustle-style with Senior Program Manager Kendra Ross. Griot Circle Inc is the nation's only organization created by & for LGBTQI+ elders of color. As we count down the days to Cumbe's weekend of Pride Celebrations, we're proud to partner with an organization committed to making sure LGBTQI+ elders of color experience a just and abundant quality of life.

👏🏾 👏🏾 👏🏾 Give a round of applause to the fabulous elders of @griotcircle pumping it up and snaking it out, Detroit Hustle-style with Senior Program Manager Kendra Ross. Griot Circle Inc is the nation's only organization created by & for LGBTQI+ elders of color. As we count down the days to Cumbe's weekend of Pride Celebrations, we're proud to partner with an organization committed to making sure LGBTQI+ elders of color experience a just and abundant quality of life.

Creating casual wear to engage and help change the world. 🌎With your help 🙏🏽 a portion of every purchase will go to a charitable organization to further our commitment to creating a better world. ❤️ All funds are donated through Pledgling.com.  Shop 👉🏽👉🏼👉🏾www.mindfultshirt. #love #sageeldercare #lgbt #transgender #gaymoms #gaydads #gayfamilies #gayfathers #gaymothers #themindfultshirtco #themindfultshirt #newyork #newyorkcity #provincetown #ptown #sanfrancisco #interracialcouple #interracialgaycouples #williamsburgbrooklyn #metoo #reclaimlove #malefeminist #malefeminism #girlsrock #youthforpositivechange

Creating casual wear to engage and help change the world. 🌎With your help 🙏🏽 a portion of every purchase will go to a charitable organization to further our commitment to creating a better world. ❤️ All funds are donated through Pledgling.com. Shop 👉🏽👉🏼👉🏾www.mindfultshirt. #love #sageeldercare #lgbt #transgender #gaymoms #gaydads #gayfamilies #gayfathers #gaymothers #themindfultshirtco #themindfultshirt #newyork #newyorkcity #provincetown #ptown #sanfrancisco #interracialcouple #interracialgaycouples #williamsburgbrooklyn #metoo #reclaimlove #malefeminist #malefeminism #girlsrock #youthforpositivechange

@GLAAD has found in their recent survey that the next generation is less accepting of LGBTQ people and rights. It looks like we have some work to do as a community. It's time to come together 50 years after the first riots and we still have so far to come. .
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#Pride #BeWhoYouAre #LoveIsLove #Pride2019 #transvivor 
#LGBT #lgbtq #queer #acceptance #transwoman #transboy 
#transgirl #nonbinary #inclusion #represent #Stonewall50 
#ShowYourPride #trans #transgender #gay #lesbian #bisexual 
#asexual #lgbtqia #lgbtqcommunity #lgbtqyouth #transman

@GLAAD has found in their recent survey that the next generation is less accepting of LGBTQ people and rights. It looks like we have some work to do as a community. It's time to come together 50 years after the first riots and we still have so far to come. . . . . #Pride #BeWhoYouAre #LoveIsLove #Pride2019 #transvivor #LGBT #lgbtq #queer #acceptance #transwoman #transboy #transgirl #nonbinary #inclusion #represent #Stonewall50 #ShowYourPride #trans #transgender #gay #lesbian #bisexual #asexual #lgbtqia #lgbtqcommunity #lgbtqyouth #transman

“I was falling in love for the first time in my life, but this was the constant dialogue in my head every night as I fell asleep. We had been best friends for years. We met freshman year of college, and had only grown closer and more obsessed with spending every second together as each year passed. The moment we kissed senior year, I immediately knew it was love. We were nauseatingly in love. Obsessed, happy, dizzy, fantasizing about a house and a dog (a German Shepherd, to be specific), talking about doing crosswords with each other each morning until we’re old and grey. But I was falling apart.” - Maddie Ross
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📷: Dee Satery

“I was falling in love for the first time in my life, but this was the constant dialogue in my head every night as I fell asleep. We had been best friends for years. We met freshman year of college, and had only grown closer and more obsessed with spending every second together as each year passed. The moment we kissed senior year, I immediately knew it was love. We were nauseatingly in love. Obsessed, happy, dizzy, fantasizing about a house and a dog (a German Shepherd, to be specific), talking about doing crosswords with each other each morning until we’re old and grey. But I was falling apart.” - Maddie Ross . . 📷: Dee Satery

Les variations sentimentales, publié en France chez Grasset (titre original : Enigma variations) est le dernier roman d'André Aciman, connu mondialement pour son premier livre Appelle-moi par ton nom (Call me by your name), adapté au cinéma en 2017. La suite écrite des aventures sentimentales d'Elio et Oliver paraîtra d'ailleurs fin 2019, sous le titre original Find me. 
Cinq personnages, hommes et femmes, vont et viennent dans la vie de Paul à travers cinq chapitres, du simple flirt à la grande histoire d'amour, en passant par un fantasme d'adolescent, mais qui vont tous obséder son esprit avec la même passion. Paul, dont la bisexualité affichée n'est jamais évoquée comme un sujet, par lui même ou bien ses proches (c'est extrêmement rafraîchissant), se jette à corps perdu dans une obsession maladive à chaque rencontre. On croirait presque que chaque chapitre a été écrit par un auteur différent, tant les lieux (une île italienne, New York...) et les amants diffèrent, mais ils sont malgré tout reliés de façon intelligente par une série de détails, d'intrications, de souvenirs. On se prends d'affection pour le protagoniste, pour ses déceptions, ses obsessions, mais on s'agace aussi parfois face à tant d'indécision, à sa façon de se passer d'une passion à l'autre sans tirer de leçons. Un personnage amoureux de l'amour dans lequel je me suis fortement reconnu, en somme !
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Merci @leodlze pour cette chouette review 😍🌈
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#queer #queerbooks #pride #pridemonth #lgbt #marchedesfiertes2019 #marchedesfiertes #jeudiphoto #livres #livresinstagram #books #livresaddict #notallgeminis #instagay

Les variations sentimentales, publié en France chez Grasset (titre original : Enigma variations) est le dernier roman d'André Aciman, connu mondialement pour son premier livre Appelle-moi par ton nom (Call me by your name), adapté au cinéma en 2017. La suite écrite des aventures sentimentales d'Elio et Oliver paraîtra d'ailleurs fin 2019, sous le titre original Find me. Cinq personnages, hommes et femmes, vont et viennent dans la vie de Paul à travers cinq chapitres, du simple flirt à la grande histoire d'amour, en passant par un fantasme d'adolescent, mais qui vont tous obséder son esprit avec la même passion. Paul, dont la bisexualité affichée n'est jamais évoquée comme un sujet, par lui même ou bien ses proches (c'est extrêmement rafraîchissant), se jette à corps perdu dans une obsession maladive à chaque rencontre. On croirait presque que chaque chapitre a été écrit par un auteur différent, tant les lieux (une île italienne, New York...) et les amants diffèrent, mais ils sont malgré tout reliés de façon intelligente par une série de détails, d'intrications, de souvenirs. On se prends d'affection pour le protagoniste, pour ses déceptions, ses obsessions, mais on s'agace aussi parfois face à tant d'indécision, à sa façon de se passer d'une passion à l'autre sans tirer de leçons. Un personnage amoureux de l'amour dans lequel je me suis fortement reconnu, en somme ! . . . Merci @leodlze pour cette chouette review 😍🌈 . . #queer #queerbooks #pride #pridemonth #lgbt #marchedesfiertes2019 #marchedesfiertes #jeudiphoto #livres #livresinstagram #books #livresaddict #notallgeminis #instagay

“I was literally sick with stress. I had painful canker sores in my mouth. My stomach hurt terribly, all the time. I could barely eat. It was the same feeling I had when I was kid and knew I was in trouble, waiting for a punishment. It lasted all day every day, from morning until dawn, with no blissful peace even in my dreams. Every time someone asked me about my day, I felt like I was being interrogated, accused, spied on. I was terrified they would find out that my best friend and I were actually dating. I felt so much shame about lying to everyone, but I also couldn’t fathom declaring a new identity to each and every person I’d ever met. The word ‘lesbian’ made me flinch, even when it was in a context completely unrelated to me.” - Maddie Ross
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📷: Dee Satery

“I was literally sick with stress. I had painful canker sores in my mouth. My stomach hurt terribly, all the time. I could barely eat. It was the same feeling I had when I was kid and knew I was in trouble, waiting for a punishment. It lasted all day every day, from morning until dawn, with no blissful peace even in my dreams. Every time someone asked me about my day, I felt like I was being interrogated, accused, spied on. I was terrified they would find out that my best friend and I were actually dating. I felt so much shame about lying to everyone, but I also couldn’t fathom declaring a new identity to each and every person I’d ever met. The word ‘lesbian’ made me flinch, even when it was in a context completely unrelated to me.” - Maddie Ross . . 📷: Dee Satery

“It wasn’t until several years later that I realized: this should have been the most special, life-changing, beautiful year of my life. I was in love. For the first time. Every time she came home from class after being gone for two hours, I felt elated. But all of the music I wrote was dark, anxious, and deeply sad. I felt equal parts fear and excitement for our future. I had been raised to see myself as a bride in a white gown, standing at an altar next to a man with a square jaw at least three inches taller than me. I grew up being fed a constant stream of lesbian or homophobic jokes for decades (by family, friends, kids on the playground, and TV); but more importantly, I had rarely, if ever, seen positive portrayals of a healthy lesbian relationship, especially one with more femme-presenting women in it. I came from one of the most liberal counties in the country, and yet I saw no representation. Homosexuality was tolerated, but not celebrated. Two boys and zero girls were “out” in my entire high school.” - Maddie Ross
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📷: Rae Drake

“It wasn’t until several years later that I realized: this should have been the most special, life-changing, beautiful year of my life. I was in love. For the first time. Every time she came home from class after being gone for two hours, I felt elated. But all of the music I wrote was dark, anxious, and deeply sad. I felt equal parts fear and excitement for our future. I had been raised to see myself as a bride in a white gown, standing at an altar next to a man with a square jaw at least three inches taller than me. I grew up being fed a constant stream of lesbian or homophobic jokes for decades (by family, friends, kids on the playground, and TV); but more importantly, I had rarely, if ever, seen positive portrayals of a healthy lesbian relationship, especially one with more femme-presenting women in it. I came from one of the most liberal counties in the country, and yet I saw no representation. Homosexuality was tolerated, but not celebrated. Two boys and zero girls were “out” in my entire high school.” - Maddie Ross . . 📷: Rae Drake

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