2. The LGBTQ community is beautiful
This type of woman gathers her crop tops, rainbow flags, and Skinny Girl martinis while traipsing out to the parade. She’s not there to celebrate gay rights and love, but to track down her newest gay-BFF.
“Women who had the audacity to wear pants in the workplace was unheard of. I hope to be a trailblazer in a similar way. If we live in a world where only women can express masculinity and where man can’t express femininity then we don’t have gender equality.”
3. Stay up to date on the latest in LGBTQ news.
It would be nice to say that my European romance story started by accidentally bumping into somebody on the streets of Paris or the moment after I threw a coin in the Trevi Fountain, but let’s be real; it began on Grindr.
Read why anti-gay people are anti-gay.
For homosexuals to ever truly advance to the point of universal acceptance in this country, they need people to perceive gay men as men…not as gays.
The purpose of this project is to raise awareness on gender and sexuality based microaggressions in our communities.
While she was experiencing similar, if not more extreme emotions at the time, I couldn’t help but feel cheated. As if an identity reserved for myself was stolen.
4. “Did you Twitter me?”