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somanyfeelingssolittletime:

do you think that when fred and george started hogwarts all the teachers were like “ahh more weasleys. lovely. their brothers were such good students i’m sure they’ll be just the same.” and then the twins walked into their first class and just SURPRISE MOTHERFUCKERS

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storyofagayboy:

US MARINE IN CUSTODY IN MURDER OF JENNIFER LAUDE
A United States Marine is being held in custody after Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude, a 26 year old Filipina Transgender, was found brutally murdered in an Olongapo City hotel on Saturday. The suspect has been identified as Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton and is being held by the United States Navy aboard a ship in the Philippines. Details are mixed, but according to some reports, Laude and a friend met Pemberton at a local disco bar and later went to a hotel where Laude became nervous and asked to leave before it was discovered that she was Transgender. What happened next is still a mystery but later that night, she was found savagely beaten, bruised, strangled, and drowned in a toilet. Angry protestors have taken to the streets demanding the United States military leave and transfer Pemberton into Filippino custody. The Philippine Government is reassuring the family and the country that everything will be done to achieve justice. Many protestors say this has brought back harsh memories of the 2005 raping of Suzette Nicolas, a Filipina Transgender who was abused in a moving vehicle by an American Marine while 3 others watched and cheered. Lance Corporal Daniel Smith was found guilty of the rape and sentenced to 40 years imprisonment, Lance Corporals Keith Silkwood and Dominic Duplantis and Staff Sergeant Chad Carpentier were all acquitted. In 2009 the conviction was overturned and Smith was released and allowed to leave the country. Corky Hope Maranan, who leads a Transgender and Lesbian group locally, said “If he remains in U.S. custody, certainly he can escape from our justice system again. We don’t want another Daniel Smith.”
My heart goes out to Jennifer, her friends and family, the Transgender community of the Philippines, and all of those affected by this disgusting act of violence. The struggles that the Transgender community faces are often overlooked and forgotten, especially and most shamefully by the rest of the LGBT community, but we will all come together today to mourn one of our own, and demand justice.
#JusticeforJennifer

storyofagayboy:

US MARINE IN CUSTODY IN MURDER OF JENNIFER LAUDE

A United States Marine is being held in custody after Jeffrey “Jennifer” Laude, a 26 year old Filipina Transgender, was found brutally murdered in an Olongapo City hotel on Saturday. The suspect has been identified as Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton and is being held by the United States Navy aboard a ship in the Philippines. Details are mixed, but according to some reports, Laude and a friend met Pemberton at a local disco bar and later went to a hotel where Laude became nervous and asked to leave before it was discovered that she was Transgender. What happened next is still a mystery but later that night, she was found savagely beaten, bruised, strangled, and drowned in a toilet. Angry protestors have taken to the streets demanding the United States military leave and transfer Pemberton into Filippino custody. The Philippine Government is reassuring the family and the country that everything will be done to achieve justice. Many protestors say this has brought back harsh memories of the 2005 raping of Suzette Nicolas, a Filipina Transgender who was abused in a moving vehicle by an American Marine while 3 others watched and cheered. Lance Corporal Daniel Smith was found guilty of the rape and sentenced to 40 years imprisonment, Lance Corporals Keith Silkwood and Dominic Duplantis and Staff Sergeant Chad Carpentier were all acquitted. In 2009 the conviction was overturned and Smith was released and allowed to leave the country. Corky Hope Maranan, who leads a Transgender and Lesbian group locally, said “If he remains in U.S. custody, certainly he can escape from our justice system again. We don’t want another Daniel Smith.”

My heart goes out to Jennifer, her friends and family, the Transgender community of the Philippines, and all of those affected by this disgusting act of violence. The struggles that the Transgender community faces are often overlooked and forgotten, especially and most shamefully by the rest of the LGBT community, but we will all come together today to mourn one of our own, and demand justice.

#JusticeforJennifer

19/10/2014 . 241 notes . Reblog
1. My body is a cemetery
of all the things I never
had the courage to do.

2. My mouth, a graveyard.
Buried six feet under
are all the words that died
on my tongue before
I could say them.

3. These days, my feet
only know how to go backwards.
My arms are
feeling nostalgic
so I’m taking a trip
down memory lane,
I’m visiting all the ghosts
I have left behind. But
they have nothing new to say.
They’re still haunting
the same stories.
A.Y // a heart full of skeletons (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)
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these are a few of my favorite thingstv shows - avatar: the last airbender
"My grandmother used to tell me stories about the old days, a time of peace when the Avatar kept balance between the Water Tribes, Earth Kingdom, Fire Nation, and Air Nomads. But that all changed when the Fire Nation attacked. Only the Avatar mastered all four elements. Only he could stop the ruthless firebenders. But when the world needed him most, he vanished."
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I’m never gonna wait
that extra twenty minutes
to text you back,
and I’m never gonna play
hard to get
when I know your life
has been hard enough already.
When we all know everyone’s life
has been hard enough already
it’s hard to watch
the game we make of love,
like everyone’s playing checkers
with their scars,
saying checkmate
whenever they get out
without a broken heart.
Just to be clear
I don’t want to get out
without a broken heart.
I intend to leave this life
so shattered
there’s gonna have to be
a thousand separate heavens
for all of my flying parts.
Andrea Gibson (via feellng)
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etteiluj:

dream-insilk:

foreheadxkisses:

Body comparisons. 

this makes me feel alive

Love

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swillmerchants:

listenly:

cactuseeds:

this is
oh my god
didn’t even see it was
moVING

click on it

yes those are light particles slowly drifting through the rays of sunlight

swillmerchants:

listenly:

cactuseeds:

this is

oh my god

didn’t even see it was

moVING

click on it

yes those are light particles slowly drifting through the rays of sunlight

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freakyfeatures:

"The Type" by Sarah Kay
This poem is for most everyone i’ve ever known

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