OKAY SO I JUST WATCHED AUSTIN’S MOM’S IG LIVE AND SHE WAS SOOOO SWEET TALKING ABOUT HIM AND HOW HE USED TO BE BULLIED FOR SINGING AND DANCING AND IT MADE ME UNDERSTAND A LITTLE BIT MORE ABOUT HIM AND HIS FAMILY SO HERE WE GOOO
being a literal cheerleader whatever he does
doing all kinds of hairstyles on him bc his hair is so fluffy and long
being dead quiet and in awe everytime he starts singing
freestyle sessions where he beatboxes and you rap
a LOT of laughter because you’re a terrible rapper and freestyler and just can’t seem to get on his level
him editing some of your pics the same fly way he does his
flying to north carolina to hang out with his mom
loving hearing stories about when he was little
pics of you guys on tina’s ig
being close to her and coming to her for advice
having inside jokes
being so incredibly proud of each other
hugging him out of the blue because he’s just SO CUTE
always smiling so tenderly at him bc he’s always looking cuddly
binge watching animes
him doing his absolute best to cheer you up because he’s a literal ray of sunshine and has been bullied so he knows sadness… :(((
taking it to social media if you ever get bullied
him teaching you how to ride a skateboard… and tripping a lot so you decide to ride a bike instead
It Gets Better: 5 Videos From August You Need To See
Each month, It Gets Better assembles the most inspiring IGB videos from around the globe. From actresses to members of parliament, these words of encouragement bring hope to the places that need it most. Check out our August picks below:
1. Aisha Dee & Nikohl Boosheri Share The It Gets Better Message
Freeform’s new show, The Bold Type, tackles a variety of issues facing young people today, including coming to terms with one’s sexuality. Actresses Aisha Dee and Nikohl Boosheri created an It Gets Better video to discuss why it’s so important for the younger generation to see LGBTQ representation on TV.
We asked the people of Los Angeles what makes them atomic in honor of the new queertastic movie, Atomic Blonde. Their answers, and dance moves, were unsurprisingly amazing. Watch as they proudly proclaim self-confidence.
Since 2010, the It Gets Better Project has collected over 60,000 video stories from LGBTQ+ people and their allies from around the world.
Here are some of our favorite moments from September 2017:
1. Eight-Year-Old Trans Girl Tells Her Inspiring Story
Todo Mejora captured the beautiful story of Selenna Paz, a third grader in Chile with an inspiring story. With the love and support of her family, today Paz is happy in her own skin.
2. Actress Alejandra Lara Says Being Different Is Wonderful
Actress Alejandra Lara shared her message of understanding with It Gets Better Colombia. She said that uniqueness is what’s wonderful about being human. We should learn to respect each other for being individuals.
3. Scotland’s Secretary Of State Shares The It Gets Better Message
David Mandell, Secretary of State for Scotland, sent a message of support to the LGBTQ community of Paraguay. As an openly gay member of the Cabinet of Ministers, Mandell discusses his own later-in-life coming out journey.
4. Emmy Olea Discusses Her Music Video Highlighting The Trans Experience
Actress Emmy Olea opened up to It Gets Better about her journey from feeling isolated to becoming the bold go-getter she is today. Her music video touches some of the life-long struggles transgender people face, but she has a message for people: It gets better.
5. It Gets Better Russia Creates Their First EVER Video
It Gets Better Pоссия splashed onto the Youtube scene with their first It Gets Better video. They hope to inspire LGBTQ+ youth with their channel moving forward. We can’t wait to see what’s ahead for their channel!
Here’s some other cool stuff the IGB Family did in September: