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credit to Vogue by IO TILLETT WRIGHT

credit to Vogue by IO TILLETT WRIGHT

It’s because of our love. They say it’s sick, perverse, something to be hidden from children. We disagree. We think it’s something to be shouted from the mountaintops, something to be sung about, something to bring home to Mom. We clean up mighty fine, us queer kids. We write each other love poems in chalk, find romance in nature, and get names tattooed. We like couches and movies, Chinese food and museums. We hold tender hands, we fight, we scream and storm out, we make up and make out. We buy houses, we build homes in vans, we camp. We sleep, we have insomnia, we fuck, we travel, we get sick. We have parents who worry, who want us to give them ETAs and updates. We have siblings we care for and dreams of families of our own. We have children and dogs, so many dogs. We do our best with very little, and we swim in abundance. We are proud, battered, resilient, and afraid. We’ve made do with cardboard boxes and abandonment, we’ve been lost and lonely, but we still love. We will always love.

They want to outlaw our love. They say it should be forbidden, hidden, that it’s disgusting. They want to bend and break us from our nature. We won’t be bent, we won’t be broken. We will kiss, we will grope, we will explore, we will break hearts. We will be hired, we will revolutionize, we will be fired, we will get sick. We will dream of perfectly mundane fantasies and outlandish freakishness. These will be our dream castles; we will find solace there, because love lives there.

We have other goals and dreams besides equality. We are more than just this, but this is all they want to talk about. They point us out in the hall, as if we didn’t already know. We would like to be celebrated for our bravery and innovation, in other things besides being ourselves. Their assumptions are claustrophobic. Let us breathe. Let us figure it out. We have questions, we have explorations. We have answers. Ask us.

We find each other, in corners and out in the open sun, and we stay together. We grow old, we raise others like us and different from us. We cook them food and talk them through their growth. We write wills and pay things off. We take care of the ones we love, and we leave the world a better place than we found it. We pass through this life holding hands with the ones we love, and we go out that way, too. We leave loves behind, but we are never left behind, because we love. We will always love.

Source Vogue by IO TILLETT WRIGHT

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070 Shake

070 Shake

C'est à cause de notre amour. Ils disent que c’est contre nature que c’est quelque chose à cacher aux enfants. Nous ne sommes pas d'accord. Nous pensons que c'est quelque chose à crier sur tous les toits, quelque chose à célébrer et assumer. Nous sommes singulières. Remplie de poésie et d’amour. Nous aimons les films, la cuisine chinoise et les musées. Nous tenons bon, nous nous battons, nous crions et on s'étonne, on se maquille et on se distingue.  Nous sommes propriétaire, locataire ou autre.

On dort comme tout le monde, nous avons parfois des insomnies, nous faisons l’amour, nous voyageons et nous tombons  malade. Nous avons des parents qui s'inquiètent. Nous avons des frères et sœurs qui nous aiment. Nous avons des enfants et des chiens . Nous faisons de notre mieux avec très peu, et nous nageons à travers le flot de la vie. Nous nous battons, nous sommes fiers et solide et nous nous aimerons à jamais.

Les conservateurs veulent proscrire notre amour. Ils disent qu'il devrait être interdit, caché, qu'il est dégoûtant. Ils veulent  nous imbriquer dans une case, nous plier, nous briser effacer notre nature. Nous ne plierons pas,nous nous tiendrons fiers d'être qui nous sommes.

Nous serons embauchés, nous allons révolutionner le monde et nous nous reverrons.

Nous révons d’un monde plus tolérant. Car une étiquettes ne défini pas un humain, car chaque humain est différents et doit être accepté pour ce qu’il est . Nous sommes plus que cela. Nous aimerions être célébrés pour notre bravoure et notre innovation, en plus d'être nous-mêmes. Nous sommes la depuis toujours et nous sommes comme vous.

Source Vogue de IO TILLETT WRIGH

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Photo Producer: Ashley Solomon

I’m a woman who likes women no matter how much you can’t stand it; there’s millions of us . . . you’re gonna see it

Young M.A 

"Why are you afraid of how I feel? L-G-B-T, L-O-V-E, oho, don't hate our love," she sings, which is juxtaposed with unyielding lines about homophobia like, "They never choose who they like, so they like me dead."

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Ruth Bell, right, exploded from relative anonymity to runway ubiquity in 2015. “I don’t really like the term androgynous,” Bell told the New York Times later year. “I consider myself ‘a bit weird.’”

Ruth Bell, right, exploded from relative anonymity to runway ubiquity in 2015. “I don’t really like the term androgynous,” Bell told the New York Times later year. “I consider myself ‘a bit weird.’”

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