I’m pretty sure I can be a great asset for your team, I’m a preschool teacher with the ability to deal with surprising situations, immature personalities and any kind of conflicts, with a creative approach. I also speak three languages and have negociation skills. Even better:…
This person here decided it would be a really awesome idea to light a flare in a moshpit leaving a girl severely burnt and disfigured. He has not come forward and police are still trying to find him. Share this photo around, if you recognize him please tweet AJ from Soundwave @iamnotshouting and/or contact the Sydney police immediately.
I want every single one of you to reblog this. I don’t care if you live in America, Japan, Malaysia or England I bet you have Australian followers. Please reblog it. We want to find the fucker who hurt this girl.
Hoping that good things come for California! #humanrightscampain
#lgbt #gaypride #lesbians
ah yes. my gender is blue with pink leg
so this is killing me cause my mind immediately thought.
and this is why im not allowed to be part of actual serious discussions.
i DONT UNDERSTAND THIS AT ALL I KEEP IMAGINING
In late 1971, two years after the Stonewall riots in New York sparked the modern gay rights movement in America, and twelve months before LIFE ceased publishing as a weekly, the magazine featured an article on “gay liberation” that, seen a full 40 years later, feels sensational, measured and somehow endearingly, deeply square all at the same time.
See the essay here on LIFE.com.
(Grey Villet—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)