thatguythatdoesthingsandstuff:

ollivander:

frequencyratios:

Shoutouts to all the bisexual people whose parents are secretly hoping they’ll settle down in a heterosexual relationship and get married and have biological children.

shoutout to the pan people who have no idea how to even come out to their parents

Shoutout to all the asexual people with parents that think they’re just not ready for sex yet.

  • Seventh grade me: oh my god I hope nobody can tell I'm gay please no
  • Present me: WHY DON'T ANY OF YOU REALIZE I'M GAY DO I NEED TO PAINT MYSELF RAINBOW
acidmist:


Last week I shot a roll of film that I’d got free with a second hand camera. When I got back the scans I found out that the roll had already been used by the guy who gave me it and so I had double exposed it. By chance, both of us had taken a photo of a motorway landscape and this was made. His photo is from the inside of the car looking at countryside and my shot of an urban motorway is best seen on the left hand side.

This is fucking amazing

acidmist:

Last week I shot a roll of film that I’d got free with a second hand camera. When I got back the scans I found out that the roll had already been used by the guy who gave me it and so I had double exposed it. By chance, both of us had taken a photo of a motorway landscape and this was made. His photo is from the inside of the car looking at countryside and my shot of an urban motorway is best seen on the left hand side.

This is fucking amazing

knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Movies You Should Know: Trans* and Non-Binary Films
Today, on the twentieth anniversary of Brandon Teena’s death, we take a moment to realize how far our community has come and how far we still have to go. In an effort to increase visibility, we wanted to post an updated list of films from the last ten years dealing with trans* and non-binary visibility.
*Please note: All language is taken from press releases/movie information/film write ups. Some language may seem problematic. The films are presented to a mass audience with the descriptions below. We at KNOWhomo know the proper vocabulary is “transgender,” not “transgendered.” Please note that many press releases/DVD blurbs use incorrect language.  
1. The Aggressives (2005). A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC’s predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls. [You can watch it online HERE]
2. Normal (2003). A Midwestern father announces his plan to have a sex change operation. 
3. Tomboy (2011). A 10-year-old girl, settling into her new neighborhood outside Paris, is mistaken for a boy and has to live up to this new identity since it’s too late for the mistake to be clarified. [Full movie available for rent on Amazon Instant Video]
 4. A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006). The true story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered by four men in 2002.
5. Sex My Life (2008). This Persian independent film tells the story of seven Iranian transsexuals living in Tehran who live pieces of their own lives on the screen. Original title was “Khastegi.”
6. XXY (2007). This is the dramatic story of a 15-year-old intersex girl. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.
7. Red Without Blue (2007). The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past.
8. Romeos (2011). A drama centered on the relationship between a young man and a transsexual who is transitioning from female to male.
Zoom Info
knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Movies You Should Know: Trans* and Non-Binary Films
Today, on the twentieth anniversary of Brandon Teena’s death, we take a moment to realize how far our community has come and how far we still have to go. In an effort to increase visibility, we wanted to post an updated list of films from the last ten years dealing with trans* and non-binary visibility.
*Please note: All language is taken from press releases/movie information/film write ups. Some language may seem problematic. The films are presented to a mass audience with the descriptions below. We at KNOWhomo know the proper vocabulary is “transgender,” not “transgendered.” Please note that many press releases/DVD blurbs use incorrect language.  
1. The Aggressives (2005). A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC’s predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls. [You can watch it online HERE]
2. Normal (2003). A Midwestern father announces his plan to have a sex change operation. 
3. Tomboy (2011). A 10-year-old girl, settling into her new neighborhood outside Paris, is mistaken for a boy and has to live up to this new identity since it’s too late for the mistake to be clarified. [Full movie available for rent on Amazon Instant Video]
 4. A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006). The true story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered by four men in 2002.
5. Sex My Life (2008). This Persian independent film tells the story of seven Iranian transsexuals living in Tehran who live pieces of their own lives on the screen. Original title was “Khastegi.”
6. XXY (2007). This is the dramatic story of a 15-year-old intersex girl. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.
7. Red Without Blue (2007). The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past.
8. Romeos (2011). A drama centered on the relationship between a young man and a transsexual who is transitioning from female to male.
Zoom Info
knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Movies You Should Know: Trans* and Non-Binary Films
Today, on the twentieth anniversary of Brandon Teena’s death, we take a moment to realize how far our community has come and how far we still have to go. In an effort to increase visibility, we wanted to post an updated list of films from the last ten years dealing with trans* and non-binary visibility.
*Please note: All language is taken from press releases/movie information/film write ups. Some language may seem problematic. The films are presented to a mass audience with the descriptions below. We at KNOWhomo know the proper vocabulary is “transgender,” not “transgendered.” Please note that many press releases/DVD blurbs use incorrect language.  
1. The Aggressives (2005). A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC’s predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls. [You can watch it online HERE]
2. Normal (2003). A Midwestern father announces his plan to have a sex change operation. 
3. Tomboy (2011). A 10-year-old girl, settling into her new neighborhood outside Paris, is mistaken for a boy and has to live up to this new identity since it’s too late for the mistake to be clarified. [Full movie available for rent on Amazon Instant Video]
 4. A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006). The true story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered by four men in 2002.
5. Sex My Life (2008). This Persian independent film tells the story of seven Iranian transsexuals living in Tehran who live pieces of their own lives on the screen. Original title was “Khastegi.”
6. XXY (2007). This is the dramatic story of a 15-year-old intersex girl. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.
7. Red Without Blue (2007). The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past.
8. Romeos (2011). A drama centered on the relationship between a young man and a transsexual who is transitioning from female to male.
Zoom Info
knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Movies You Should Know: Trans* and Non-Binary Films
Today, on the twentieth anniversary of Brandon Teena’s death, we take a moment to realize how far our community has come and how far we still have to go. In an effort to increase visibility, we wanted to post an updated list of films from the last ten years dealing with trans* and non-binary visibility.
*Please note: All language is taken from press releases/movie information/film write ups. Some language may seem problematic. The films are presented to a mass audience with the descriptions below. We at KNOWhomo know the proper vocabulary is “transgender,” not “transgendered.” Please note that many press releases/DVD blurbs use incorrect language.  
1. The Aggressives (2005). A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC’s predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls. [You can watch it online HERE]
2. Normal (2003). A Midwestern father announces his plan to have a sex change operation. 
3. Tomboy (2011). A 10-year-old girl, settling into her new neighborhood outside Paris, is mistaken for a boy and has to live up to this new identity since it’s too late for the mistake to be clarified. [Full movie available for rent on Amazon Instant Video]
 4. A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006). The true story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered by four men in 2002.
5. Sex My Life (2008). This Persian independent film tells the story of seven Iranian transsexuals living in Tehran who live pieces of their own lives on the screen. Original title was “Khastegi.”
6. XXY (2007). This is the dramatic story of a 15-year-old intersex girl. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.
7. Red Without Blue (2007). The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past.
8. Romeos (2011). A drama centered on the relationship between a young man and a transsexual who is transitioning from female to male.
Zoom Info
knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Movies You Should Know: Trans* and Non-Binary Films
Today, on the twentieth anniversary of Brandon Teena’s death, we take a moment to realize how far our community has come and how far we still have to go. In an effort to increase visibility, we wanted to post an updated list of films from the last ten years dealing with trans* and non-binary visibility.
*Please note: All language is taken from press releases/movie information/film write ups. Some language may seem problematic. The films are presented to a mass audience with the descriptions below. We at KNOWhomo know the proper vocabulary is “transgender,” not “transgendered.” Please note that many press releases/DVD blurbs use incorrect language.  
1. The Aggressives (2005). A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC’s predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls. [You can watch it online HERE]
2. Normal (2003). A Midwestern father announces his plan to have a sex change operation. 
3. Tomboy (2011). A 10-year-old girl, settling into her new neighborhood outside Paris, is mistaken for a boy and has to live up to this new identity since it’s too late for the mistake to be clarified. [Full movie available for rent on Amazon Instant Video]
 4. A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006). The true story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered by four men in 2002.
5. Sex My Life (2008). This Persian independent film tells the story of seven Iranian transsexuals living in Tehran who live pieces of their own lives on the screen. Original title was “Khastegi.”
6. XXY (2007). This is the dramatic story of a 15-year-old intersex girl. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.
7. Red Without Blue (2007). The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past.
8. Romeos (2011). A drama centered on the relationship between a young man and a transsexual who is transitioning from female to male.
Zoom Info
knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Movies You Should Know: Trans* and Non-Binary Films
Today, on the twentieth anniversary of Brandon Teena’s death, we take a moment to realize how far our community has come and how far we still have to go. In an effort to increase visibility, we wanted to post an updated list of films from the last ten years dealing with trans* and non-binary visibility.
*Please note: All language is taken from press releases/movie information/film write ups. Some language may seem problematic. The films are presented to a mass audience with the descriptions below. We at KNOWhomo know the proper vocabulary is “transgender,” not “transgendered.” Please note that many press releases/DVD blurbs use incorrect language.  
1. The Aggressives (2005). A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC’s predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls. [You can watch it online HERE]
2. Normal (2003). A Midwestern father announces his plan to have a sex change operation. 
3. Tomboy (2011). A 10-year-old girl, settling into her new neighborhood outside Paris, is mistaken for a boy and has to live up to this new identity since it’s too late for the mistake to be clarified. [Full movie available for rent on Amazon Instant Video]
 4. A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006). The true story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered by four men in 2002.
5. Sex My Life (2008). This Persian independent film tells the story of seven Iranian transsexuals living in Tehran who live pieces of their own lives on the screen. Original title was “Khastegi.”
6. XXY (2007). This is the dramatic story of a 15-year-old intersex girl. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.
7. Red Without Blue (2007). The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past.
8. Romeos (2011). A drama centered on the relationship between a young man and a transsexual who is transitioning from female to male.
Zoom Info
knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Movies You Should Know: Trans* and Non-Binary Films
Today, on the twentieth anniversary of Brandon Teena’s death, we take a moment to realize how far our community has come and how far we still have to go. In an effort to increase visibility, we wanted to post an updated list of films from the last ten years dealing with trans* and non-binary visibility.
*Please note: All language is taken from press releases/movie information/film write ups. Some language may seem problematic. The films are presented to a mass audience with the descriptions below. We at KNOWhomo know the proper vocabulary is “transgender,” not “transgendered.” Please note that many press releases/DVD blurbs use incorrect language.  
1. The Aggressives (2005). A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC’s predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls. [You can watch it online HERE]
2. Normal (2003). A Midwestern father announces his plan to have a sex change operation. 
3. Tomboy (2011). A 10-year-old girl, settling into her new neighborhood outside Paris, is mistaken for a boy and has to live up to this new identity since it’s too late for the mistake to be clarified. [Full movie available for rent on Amazon Instant Video]
 4. A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006). The true story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered by four men in 2002.
5. Sex My Life (2008). This Persian independent film tells the story of seven Iranian transsexuals living in Tehran who live pieces of their own lives on the screen. Original title was “Khastegi.”
6. XXY (2007). This is the dramatic story of a 15-year-old intersex girl. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.
7. Red Without Blue (2007). The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past.
8. Romeos (2011). A drama centered on the relationship between a young man and a transsexual who is transitioning from female to male.
Zoom Info
knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Movies You Should Know: Trans* and Non-Binary Films
Today, on the twentieth anniversary of Brandon Teena’s death, we take a moment to realize how far our community has come and how far we still have to go. In an effort to increase visibility, we wanted to post an updated list of films from the last ten years dealing with trans* and non-binary visibility.
*Please note: All language is taken from press releases/movie information/film write ups. Some language may seem problematic. The films are presented to a mass audience with the descriptions below. We at KNOWhomo know the proper vocabulary is “transgender,” not “transgendered.” Please note that many press releases/DVD blurbs use incorrect language.  
1. The Aggressives (2005). A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC’s predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls. [You can watch it online HERE]
2. Normal (2003). A Midwestern father announces his plan to have a sex change operation. 
3. Tomboy (2011). A 10-year-old girl, settling into her new neighborhood outside Paris, is mistaken for a boy and has to live up to this new identity since it’s too late for the mistake to be clarified. [Full movie available for rent on Amazon Instant Video]
 4. A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006). The true story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered by four men in 2002.
5. Sex My Life (2008). This Persian independent film tells the story of seven Iranian transsexuals living in Tehran who live pieces of their own lives on the screen. Original title was “Khastegi.”
6. XXY (2007). This is the dramatic story of a 15-year-old intersex girl. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.
7. Red Without Blue (2007). The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past.
8. Romeos (2011). A drama centered on the relationship between a young man and a transsexual who is transitioning from female to male.
Zoom Info

knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Movies You Should Know: Trans* and Non-Binary Films

Today, on the twentieth anniversary of Brandon Teena’s death, we take a moment to realize how far our community has come and how far we still have to go. In an effort to increase visibility, we wanted to post an updated list of films from the last ten years dealing with trans* and non-binary visibility.

*Please note: All language is taken from press releases/movie information/film write ups. Some language may seem problematic. The films are presented to a mass audience with the descriptions below. We at KNOWhomo know the proper vocabulary is “transgender,” not “transgendered.” Please note that many press releases/DVD blurbs use incorrect language.  

1. The Aggressives (2005). A documentary look at women who prefer to dress and act as men and who participate in NYC’s predominantly African-American lesbian drag balls. [You can watch it online HERE]

2. Normal (2003). A Midwestern father announces his plan to have a sex change operation. 

3. Tomboy (2011). A 10-year-old girl, settling into her new neighborhood outside Paris, is mistaken for a boy and has to live up to this new identity since it’s too late for the mistake to be clarified. [Full movie available for rent on Amazon Instant Video]

 4. A Girl Like Me: The Gwen Araujo Story (2006). The true story of Gwen Araujo, a young transgendered woman who was brutally murdered by four men in 2002.

5. Sex My Life (2008). This Persian independent film tells the story of seven Iranian transsexuals living in Tehran who live pieces of their own lives on the screen. Original title was “Khastegi.”

6. XXY (2007). This is the dramatic story of a 15-year-old intersex girl. She lives with her parents, who have to cope with the challenges of her medical condition.

7. Red Without Blue (2007). The intimate bond between two identical twin brothers is challenged when one decides to transition from male to female; this is the story of their evolving relationship, and the resurrection of their family from a darker past.

8. Romeos (2011). A drama centered on the relationship between a young man and a transsexual who is transitioning from female to male.

I hope that in this year to come, you make mistakes.

Because if you are making mistakes, then you are making new things, trying new things, learning, living, pushing yourself, changing yourself, changing your world. You’re doing things you’ve never done before, and more importantly, you’re Doing Something.

So that’s my wish for you, and all of us, and my wish for myself. Make New Mistakes. Make glorious, amazing mistakes. Make mistakes nobody’s ever made before. Don’t freeze, don’t stop, don’t worry that it isn’t good enough, or it isn’t perfect, whatever it is: art, or love, or work or family or life.

Whatever it is you’re scared of doing, Do it.

Make your mistakes, next year and forever.

Neil Gaiman  (via thatkindofwoman)