August 28th 2014

August 27th 2014
the-unfeminine-aesthetic:

missing Chicago summer already.

the-unfeminine-aesthetic:

missing Chicago summer already.


August 27th 2014
skateparkpiracy:

Couple that swags together stays together

skateparkpiracy:

Couple that swags together stays together

(Source: facesonthestreet, via petmilk)


August 27th 2014
postwhitesociety:

☺️

August 27th 2014
brownroundboi:

[Description: on the top of the  panel black text reads, “The #dapperQs of Instagram”. Below shows a smirking brown boi with black glasses, wearing a fedora & purple striped bowtie.

Thanks to the fabulous @anitadolcevita for the flyness & support always. Shouts to @dapperq for the lovely feature! #dapperq #brownboi #brownboichronicals #Kaybarrett #sickanddisabledqueers #sickqueertimes #transpeopleofcolor #transmasculine #qtpoc #qtipoc #qpoc #qpocshoutouts #disabilityiscute #disabilityjustice #translivesmatter #transmenofcolor #qtpocsupremacy #bowtie]

brownroundboi:

[Description: on the top of the panel black text reads, “The #dapperQs of Instagram”. Below shows a smirking brown boi with black glasses, wearing a fedora & purple striped bowtie.

Thanks to the fabulous @anitadolcevita for the flyness & support always. Shouts to @dapperq for the lovely feature! #dapperq #brownboi #brownboichronicals #Kaybarrett #sickanddisabledqueers #sickqueertimes #transpeopleofcolor #transmasculine #qtpoc #qtipoc #qpoc #qpocshoutouts #disabilityiscute #disabilityjustice #translivesmatter #transmenofcolor #qtpocsupremacy #bowtie]


August 25th 2014
dotBk Giving Away FIVE Founders Shirts!

qwear:

dapperq:

dotBk is giving away FIVE of their contrast pocket buttons downs. Entering to win is easy.

  1. Follow @dotBk on Instagram
  2. Post a selfie on Instagram
  3. Tag @dotBK and caption the image #ILovedotBk

Simple as 1, 2, 3! You can even use a selfie that you’ve already posted on…


August 25th 2014
bklynboihood:

Update! We’re accepting submissions until September 30th!
We’re especially excited for:
Reflection pieces
Letters
Interviews
Creative essays
Rants
Short prose
Mixed-genre writing
Memoir
About things swirling and surrounding your masculine journey like:
Your heart
Your health
Your body
Your journey
Your favorite
Your least favorite
Your shame
Your pride
Your challenges
The backstory
The next chapter
What you need to say
Your queer
Your brown and black and non-white
Your feminine, your masculine, in—of—through
The in-between…where most of our everything lives.
Learn more: bklynboihood.com

bklynboihood:

Update! We’re accepting submissions until September 30th!

We’re especially excited for:

  • Reflection pieces
  • Letters
  • Interviews
  • Creative essays
  • Rants
  • Short prose
  • Mixed-genre writing
  • Memoir

About things swirling and surrounding your masculine journey like:

  • Your heart
  • Your health
  • Your body
  • Your journey
  • Your favorite
  • Your least favorite
  • Your shame
  • Your pride
  • Your challenges
  • The backstory
  • The next chapter
  • What you need to say
  • Your queer
  • Your brown and black and non-white
  • Your feminine, your masculine, in—of—through
  • The in-between…where most of our everything lives.

Learn more: bklynboihood.com


August 23rd 2014

butchrag:

ZANELE MUHOLI, South Africa

Article titled:“Faces and Phases: Portraits from South Africa’s Lesbian Community”

Despite being the first country to draft a constitution that explicitly forbids discrimination based on sexuality, “hostility toward ‘difference’ has barely slackened,” she writes, “and crimes against gays, and women, have increased.” One in every two women in the country can expect to be raped at least once in her lifetime.

Such attacks have been the driving force behind the work of South African photographer and visual activist Zanele Muholi, whom we commissioned to photograph Lungile Cleopatra Dladla, a survivor of “corrective” rape and one of the subjects of Hunter-Gault’s piece. “In the face of all the challenges our community encounters daily,” Muloli told me, “I embarked on a journey of visual activism to insure that there is black queer visibility.”

Muholi had photographed Dladla already, in fact, as part of “Faces and Phases,” a series of more than two hundred portraits of South Africa’s lesbian community. “Collectively, the portraits are at once a visual statement and an archive,” Muholi explained, “marking, mapping and preserving an often invisible community for posterity.”

Muholi herself became a victim of a targeted attack last month, when the flat she lives in with her partner was broken into and over twenty of her hard drives were stolen, effectively erasing the last five years of work that Muholi has been tirelessly building. “I’m still traumatized by the burglary,” she told me. “It’s hard to fall asleep in this place, which is now a crime scene, as I dealt with many crime scenes before.”

Contributions to help Muholi replace her stolen equipment can be made through this Indiegogo campaign

Published by The New Yorker, 5/22/12

(Source: myqueertestimony, via discocompilation)


August 23rd 2014
styleenthusiast:

Colors.

August 23rd 2014
fursasaida:

LORD HAVE MERCY

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