i look queer right


LGBT + happy ending


Okay! I can finally kickstart this series because I have these all figured out: Keiran and Dimitri Caroline, the main characters for (what’s hopefully going to be a webcomic) The Hazard List

Do Not Repost!

Life Is Strange

so me and my boyfriend are playing Life Is Strange on his PS4 and I mentioned it being kind of popular lesbian stuff and he just looked at me all confused like: whaat what lesbian there are none… wait you mean Chloe and Max… they are friends..umm but they are cute…ummmmmm I don’t know Kate.

*3 hours later*

Chloe: If you’re hardcore then kiss me Max 
choice one: Kiss Chloe                      
choice two: don’t kiss Chloe

me: ooooh yeeesss finally
boyfriend looks at me grinning while I laugh and try to steal the controller from him: ooooooooookaaay you were right *he himself hits option one* 

both: awwwwwwwwwww 

Originally posted by goldenfluffy

You tell us that genders are equal, then laugh at the struggles of trans people. You tell us race doesn’t matter, then stay silent when we are killed. You tell us LGBTQ+ people are equal now, yet still make “fag” and “queer” jokes. 

This is a call to revolution. The battle did not start with Trump and it will not end with Trump. We have to keep fighting.

The revolution is coming…and it’s brown, queer, and trans. Femme fatales, unite!

(In case you guys are wondering, my Halloween costume is a femme fatale)

Everett Was Right: A Quantum Disaster

I finally found a title for my comic, so to celebrate I drew a “cover” with all of the Quantum Gays. Enjoy!

[More about my story & the characters here]


Thank god I learned how to put on makeup, and for the fact that I’m not thirteen anymore 🙌🏻


Justin Taylor Appreciation Week : Day 2 → favorite scene/moment

↳ 1x01- I like Cheerios better.

in which queerness is discussed between friends
  • friend: how did it ever take me so long to realise I am attracted to women and want more tv shows with women kissing and having like complicated relationships with assassins and stuff?
  • me: because we see so few of them that it's hard to recognise a preference
  • friend: yep.
  • friend: I mean. Okay, this is probably oversharing? But. I was so... I dunno, repressed? Uncertain? SOMETHING... that I think I felt actually lust - I mean looking at someone and having a frisson of pantsfeelings - maybe twice between the age of fifteen and twenty-five. it's sort of no wonder I thought I was mostly asexual.
  • me: *hugs*
  • me: dude, I totally get it. even now, I still constantly wonder if I'm *really* bisexual, because internalised bullshit
  • friend: *hugs*
  • me: it's like... we're taught that Being Queer is this thing you are *constantly*, like queerness is a constant obvious unmistakable performance, like we're constantly gonna be walking around thinking LOOK AT HOW FUCKING QUEER I AM, right? and okay, yeah, there are days and moments where that's true, but sometimes you're just existing, you aren't thinking about your sexuality at all, and precisely *because* you're not thinking about it, this bullshit voice pipes up with "well maybe you're not REALLY queer if it's not consciously dominating your EVERY WAKING MOMENT", because that's what straight homophobes and relentlessly heteronormative stereotyping has taught us that queerness IS
  • friend: yeah
  • me: as though straight people ever look up from the middle of a fucking soy latte and think, 'gosh, it's been HOURS since I had a sexual thought about a member of the opposite sex - does that mean I'm really gay?' BAH
  • friend: yes. it's a thing.