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Imagine Cecil being non-binary. When Carlos says “I’ve never been with a man before”, Cecil cheerfully remarks, “That’s okay, I’m not a man!”.
He then has to explain that genders aside from male and female are no big deal - in fact, Night Vale has twelve officially…
“At the temple there is a poem called “Loss” carved into the stone. It has three words, but the poet has scratched them out. You cannot read loss, only feel it.”
― Arthur Golden, Memoirs of a Geisha
Check out more of these astonishingly beautiful hand-colored photos scanned from the A. Nielen Postcard Collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
Now this is a special collection!
Source: projectqueerAbout six months ago my 6-year-old, Joshua, asked, “Mom, what is ‘transgender’?” I explained as best as I could, but I also said that it’s a very complicated topic that sometimes even grownups struggle with. Joshua thought about it for a moment and then issued his surprising response.
Source: projectqueerEquality Forum announced its 31 Icons for this October’s LGBT History Month, bringing their total archived icons to 248 in eight years reports GLAAD, who’s founder Vito Russo is among this year’s inductees. The icons were chosen from over 500 nominations.
Pope: ‘Who am I to judge’ gay people?
NBC News: Pope Francis on Monday said “who am I to judge?” gay people as he discussed one of the most divisive issues affecting the Catholic Church.
“I have yet to find anyone who has a business card that says he is gay,” the pontiff said at a press conference in which he addressed the reports of a “gay lobby” within the Vatican.
“They say they exist. If someone is gay, who searches for the Lord and has goodwill, who am I to judge?” he added.
Photo: Pope Francis, who gave a press conference on his flight back from Brazil, said he had stayed away from the gay marriage debate on his trip because he wanted to stay positive (Luca Zennaro / Pool via EPA)
(via lgbtgivesmehope)Source: breakingnews