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barzscholomew:

add a caption на We Heart It.

barzscholomew:

add a caption на We Heart It.

aerienette:

Tumblr🌞🌜 on We Heart It.

aerienette:

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Everytime someone says something offensive about my son wearing skirts or dresses I get sick to my stomach

theoriginalfive:

I’m not a fighter, in fact I shy away from arguments as a rule

but I can’t when it comes to this

i have to stand up for him cuz no one else will.

But EVERYTIME it leaves me feeling nauseous and miserable

and usually crying.

AND it’s usually people i know who say shit.

When it really gets to me, I take a picture of him and post it

to remind myself why i fight.

image

More ppl should accept their kids and motivate them to be anything they want to be

enriquemolina:

Be Merry. Not Scary. (by Elliott Alexzander)
Elliott’s Tumblr

Boys look so much better in girl clothes than girls

enriquemolina:

Be Merry. Not Scary. (by Elliott Alexzander)

Elliott’s Tumblr

Boys look so much better in girl clothes than girls

the-dark-side-of-the-room:

I find this mesmerising for some reason. I really like the colors. All the pinky russets  with that smooth sagey green. His eyes seem so blue. I’m not really crazy about blue eyes, but his are nice. And he has such pretty lips, and even the way he’s standing is just… appealing. He seems very comfortable and maybe even confident, posing in this dress. I like it. But then again… maybe every fifth time I look at this, he seems a little unsure, a little squirmy-under-scrutiny; like he’s picking at the hem of it a little, awkwardly. Trying to pull it down and be more covered, slightly embarrassed and not sure what to do with his hands or how to be; a boy, in this dress. And I like that too, a lot. That 80/20 mix.
#i don’t know
#sometimes my blogs bleed into each other
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[ETA: Note, I don’t know how this model personally identifies, genderwise. Consider my comment above an inside-the-picture-frame fantasy reading, not an assertion that they’re a boy in real life.]

the-dark-side-of-the-room:

I find this mesmerising for some reason. I really like the colors. All the pinky russets  with that smooth sagey green. His eyes seem so blue. I’m not really crazy about blue eyes, but his are nice. And he has such pretty lips, and even the way he’s standing is just… appealing. He seems very comfortable and maybe even confident, posing in this dress. I like it. But then again… maybe every fifth time I look at this, he seems a little unsure, a little squirmy-under-scrutiny; like he’s picking at the hem of it a little, awkwardly. Trying to pull it down and be more covered, slightly embarrassed and not sure what to do with his hands or how to be; a boy, in this dress. And I like that too, a lot. That 80/20 mix.

#i don’t know

#sometimes my blogs bleed into each other

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[ETA: Note, I don’t know how this model personally identifies, genderwise. Consider my comment above an inside-the-picture-frame fantasy reading, not an assertion that they’re a boy in real life.]

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enriquemolina:

Pale. (by Elliott Alexzander)
ethanoille:

I feel kind of uncomfortable posting this, because my ex used to make me feel awful about myself for expressing my feminine side. 
Fuck gender stereotypes.

🙈😍😍😍😍😍

ethanoille:

I feel kind of uncomfortable posting this, because my ex used to make me feel awful about myself for expressing my feminine side. 

Fuck gender stereotypes.

🙈😍😍😍😍😍

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