Breaking Down LGBTQ Barriers: Sunny P. Leerasanthanah Talks Queer Fashion And Her Journey
Prairwa ‘Sunny’ Leerasanthanah is breaking down boundaries within the LGBT community. When moving from Thailand where she was born and raised to New York City for school, Sunny did not notice a str…

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Here’s recent interview I did with REGLAM, a Berlin-based fashion & culture website. Super grateful for this opportunity and excited to share. Check it out! 

We talk about why I began my blog But I’m A Tomboy in 2011, my exciting new pop-up venture called QPOP, what “Tom-Dee” and LGBTQ culture is like in Thailand (where I grew up), having to secretly watch The L Word when I was closeted, how Cosmo mag never answered questions I had about my sexuality, and the importance of queer friendships.

Sunny L. of But I’m A Tomboy


so! good news and not so good news.

the good news is, we go in tomorrow for our checkout and everything has been healing wonderfully! all seems to be well and dandy and we will be coming home in about a week!

the not so good news. we are short on money. we had a bunch of unexpected fees due to our surgeries while we were here. i had extra stuff that needed to be done in my surgery due to the adverse affects of being on my medication for so long, and both Faye and i needed to get new sets of letters that cost us A LOT of money. overall we had 2000$ of extra costs that ate the money we had saved for our hotel. we now are on our reserve money that would have been used to pay rent and whatnot when we got home. its not enough for the 2000$ hotel bill, and even if we somehow swung that we wouldn’t have enough to pay rent when we get home. i hate to ask for donations again but we are a little pressed here.

we are staying very positive but keeping in mind that positive thinking only works when you work towards a positive goal.

here is our GRS/SRS fund charity:

please, if you are unable to donate, reblog and like this as much as possible.

thank you!


Love this frog.

#frog #thailand #phuket #patong #beartravel #beard #gruffalo #fur #scruff #ginger #gingerbear #gay (at Le MERIDIEN Phuket Beach Resort)

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Wat Samphran is a Buddhist temple that lies about 40 km west of Bangkok, Thailand. The 17-storey-tall tower is sheathed by a dragon statue, the body of which is hollow and contains a staircase for tourists to climb; however, the stairs are so old and in such a state of disrepair that some sections cannot be traversed, and it is impossible to climb all the way to the top. 

Despite its stunning appearance, Wat Samphran is rarely mentioned in guide books, and is unmarked on maps. Nobody knows who or when it was built.