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Today we lost a defender of the LGBTQ community

Today Juan Gabriel died in EU because of a heart attack, he was an important singer in México! maybe the most important one! he was a BIG defender of the LGBTQ community! Mexico is a male chauvinist country, one with a close mind but this man! THIS MAN made his dream a reality! against all the hate in this country he could be what he wanted! and that’s something very brave!

Rest in peace Juanga! 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ga5Bo4YdgH4

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Muere el compositor Juan Gabriel, ídolo de la música popular mexicana
El intérprete se convirtió en un ídolo de la música popular con temas como Querida y Hasta que te conocí; se presentó en los principales escenarios del país, como Bellas Artes y el Auditorio Nacional.

El compositor Juan Gabriel murió, confirmaron sus familiares este domingo 28 de agosto.Su fallecimiento, de acuerdo con un reporte del diario Reforma, ocurrió en Santa Mónica, California, Estados Unidos, y fue a causa de un infarto.El músico mexicano cuyo nombre real era Alberto Aguilera (1950-2016) logró consolidarse como uno de los principales autores e intérpretes de la música popular en México, con canciones como No tengo dinero o Querida.

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How Did Ancient Aztecs Draw Icons? One Mystic Story. | Icons8
If you want to draw a cat icon, you draw a simplified and recognizable version of a cat. If you want to draw something abstract, say, collaboration, you

If you want to draw a cat icon, you draw a simplified and recognizable version of a cat.

If you want to draw something abstract, say, collaboration, you try to do the same thing, using tangible objects and known thought patterns, resulting in something like this:

Now, if we take ancient Egyptians, they had an icon for every character in their alphabet. Words looked like a sequence of icons or code:

But that’s not what the ancient Aztecs did… Imagine you wanted to draw an icon of an elephant. Well, Aztecs would first see that the word elephant consists of two other words, eleph and ant. Suppose, in their language “eleph” means “toilet” and “ant” means “work”. Their icon would therefore combine toilet and work, resulting in:

That’s just an imaginary example. Let’s see a few real ones.

Doggy, Kitty, Sweetie…

In most languages one can find diminutives, a way of referring to a smaller version of the subject. Anyway, Aztecs also had diminutives.

Diminutives aren’t so common in English, but we still can come up with some examples. For instance, what would you call a little snake? “Small snake” or, perhaps, “snakey,” which is how the Aztecs did, in their way. The difference is how they depicted it. Prepare to be amazed.

Here’s the logic behind this: the diminutive suffix -tzin roughly means “little”, but it also means “buttocks” in their language, just like our Elephant example also containing multiple words. In a way Aztecs were bound to depict anything small with “buttocks.” Let’s imagine some consequences:

Happy Little Tree

“A place with lots of avocados” sounds very poetic. Until you see it:

“Tlan” means “place” in Aztec, and “tla” is a set of teeth- based on the word “tlan-tli,” or “tooth.” Just as before, we’re required to include “teeth” because it’s a part of the whole word.

A Few More Examples

The last three images are Aztec gods, every one of which represents a month. The images are how Aztecs saw them, no strange combinations whatsoever. Pretty memorable.

No matter how weird and funny some of their pictures may seem, one should not forget that Aztecs had a very interesting and developed culture. They were very militant, but also farmed, mined coal, silver and gold. They crafted pottery and guns, as well as tailored. They paid a great deal of attention to the development of writing and science, as well as to the development of a social hierarchy.

Spanish colonizers were amazed by the level of their architecture and buildings. Floating houses, houses on piles, majestic temples, monuments with amazing gardens on top, as well as many many mysteries covered deep in those funny and strange signs and imagery.

Rest in peace Juan Gabriel

This man was the best musician in Mexican history

Even though I wasn’t a fan I respect him a lot! and I truly believe that all of us in the LGBTQ community in Mexico and even all Latin America owed him a lot! If not everything!!

Even though he was gay in a very ignorant and conservative country like Mexico because of his talent and his unapologetic personality he managed to become the greatest star in our history literally everyone love him even the most homophobic men loved his music!
He never talked about his sexuality he didn’t wanted to be label as gay but he never hide himself either he never pretended to be someone else!

I jus wanna said thank you