Category: pride

elierlick: Dyke March, San Francisco 2018

elierlick:

Dyke March, San Francisco 2018

justinhubbell: Page 1 – stay tuned, lovelies!

justinhubbell:

Page 1 – stay tuned, lovelies!

Page two is already up on my Patreon, please consider supporting me there!

Hundreds turn out for Scotland’s first ever Tr…

Hundreds turn out for Scotland’s first ever Transgender Pride:

pointfoundation:

So awesome!

elierlick: Police wear pride flags for public…

elierlick:

Police wear pride flags for publicity, to avoid critique, and to escape accountability for being fundamentally anti-Black/indigenous/queer/woman. We wear pride flags for revolution, resistance, and survival. Police are not our allies.

collagesofcollege: Because sometimes, we have…

collagesofcollege:

Because sometimes, we have to make our own pride.

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justinhubbell: Thank you for reading and shar…

justinhubbell:

Thank you for reading and sharing! <3
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Being trans can be tough sometimes but it’s also a blessing. A sacred gift. A journey few can know. A joy! 

Thanks again for reading! ^_^

collagesofcollege: Finally got around to an A…

collagesofcollege:

Finally got around to an Agender flag! I’m very happy with how this turned out. Especially since the last design I did with this only had three colors and looked very different.

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Sydney welcomes 2018 with rainbow display cele…

Sydney welcomes 2018 with rainbow display celebrating same-sex marriage:

equalityspeaks:

Sydney, Australia has welcomed in the new year with a rainbow display celebrating same-sex marriage 🏳️‍🌈

Thanks for the love, Sydney! ❤️

Getting Proud and Staying Proud: Navigating Pr…

Getting Proud and Staying Proud: Navigating Pride as a Disabled Person | Autostraddle:

queerability:

“Ableism not only complicates our access to Pride events, but also to pride itself, as a feeling.”

Getting Proud and Staying Proud: Navigating Pr…

Getting Proud and Staying Proud: Navigating Pride as a Disabled Person | Autostraddle:

queerability:

“Ableism not only complicates our access to Pride events, but also to pride itself, as a feeling.”