HAPPY FREAKING BIRTHDAY TO THIS WONDERFUL HUMAN!🎂✨🎁🎉
I love you so much, from being my drag father (now drag parent), giving me my first shot, to always having my back! I hope you have a wonderful day and enjoy yourself🖤🖤🖤
We have been dating for 12 years and we have been learning that communication is very important. Even on the smallest things require good communication. We should learn to love ourselves before we love others. If you first learn to love yourself, then you will be able to really love and respect your other half.
Nephew #2 sleeping safe and sound in my arms after the 3rd meeting and 15 min of struggling on how I’m meant to hold him 😂
Will never get used to holding such fragile and tiny babies 🤪
Photos with his cousin nephew #1 and his twin #2 coming soon ❤️❤️
1 1772 hours ago
"Kuss-Marathon" in #Kolumbien : So protestierten Aktivisten in der Hauptstadt Bogotá gegen Homophobie. In einem Einkaufszentrum haben sich dutzende gleichgeschlechtliche Paare gleichzeitig geküsst und sich so für die Rechte homosexueller Menschen in Kolumbien stark gemacht. Vor zwei Tagen waren in dem Einkaufszentrum zwei schwule Männer belästigt worden. Umstehende hielten den Vorfall mit Smartphones fest, die Videos machten in sozialen Medien die Runde. Es folgte eine Welle der Solidarität mit dem jungen Paar.
19 1,8602 hours ago
how it is dealing with my parents now
most of you know that when i came out, i was kicked out for a brief amount of time. my mom told me not to come home, packed up all of my things & made me pick them up with nobody was there.
she told me i was disgusting, that people wouldn’t want their children around me and that she wished she had never had me. she started a group chat with my family telling them she had kicked me out and for them to not let me in when i needed a place to go.
when i moved back home, it felt like i was living in an evil stepmothers house. she would make rude comments and i couldn’t bring up sarah without it starting a screaming match. i knew i had to get out and go.
after a year of living in that hell, i saved up and moved in with sarah. my parents rarely spoke to me for the first year and a half i was gone. i visited home ONCE in two years.
today, we have a decently healthy relationship. we talk on the phone a lot and i go home and visit twice a year. i can mention sarah without her hanging up and she says a lot less rude things than she used to. she still makes it very clear she’s disapproving and will never come around to it but to me, it seems better than it was.
i’m constantly torn at whether i should allow someone to be a part of my life that doesn’t accept all of me or if i should put up a wall until she comes around. the weird thing about having parents that don’t accept you is that there is no easy path to figuring out what works and what’s best for you.
no child should have to navigate their parents love and acceptance.
i don’t know what the future holds for me and my relationship with my parents. sometimes i feel like they’ll come around and sometimes i feel like we’re back in 2014 when i first came out to them. it’s not as easy road and it’s so hard.
you’re perfect. i cannot express this enough. you are PERFECT and ENOUGH exactly as you are. your sexuality doesn’t define you as a person, just because your parents say things doesn’t make them true and the only acceptance you need is of yourself!
i love you all. so much ♥️