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frank_di_marchisella. Even dark...Eyes are the window to my soul!

Even dark...Eyes are the window to my soul!

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в французском языке нет фразы «я скучаю по тебе», ты говоришь «tu me manques», что переводится как «ты отсутствуешь у меня». я люблю это «ты отсутствуешь у меня», ты как будто моя часть или орган или кровь текущая по моим венам. я не могу функционировать без тебя.... #goodday #gaylife #instagay #gaylove #hoscos #lovemylife #gayboy #smile #loveislove #instagood #followme #instagram #gayboy #hotgay #hotboy #photooftheday #gaymodel #goodlife #tumemanques #boy #gay

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Throughout literary history, queers have had to be smarter than the rest: we’ve had to hide in plain sight. In a literary canon full of straight, white men, it can be a powerful thing to suggest that some of our most beloved writers may have been queer—and a more powerful thing, still, to have those suggestions be validated by primary texts, to have writers like Walt Whitman and Virginia Woolf definitively shown to have had same-sex relationships. In a time when right-wing nationalism is sweeping the globe, the stakes can feel so high when reclaiming long-dead artists as queer, as trans; when saying, we have always been here. https://lithub.com/a-brief-history-of-queer-language-before-queer-identity/ #photography #queer #fashion #style #activism #blackboymagic #portraits #male #tumblr #photooftheday #arizona #arizonaartist #aesthetic #homosexual #gayart By Jeanna Kadlec May 13, 2019

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We find at least some kind of history of queer folks if we look to art, to literature, to the text and the subtext. There, you find that we are here and have been here and will always be here, motherfucker. But we, inasmuch as there can be a #collective “we” across the vast expanse of queer experience, haven’t always used the same language, the same mechanisms of activism and community, the same methodologies of being in the world or even conceiving of the self. It is important, then, for modern queer activists and audiences and people to establish our history, because history is where we find validation, both for its own sake (not alone not alone not alone), but also as defense: it’s a validation against the accusation of us as sin, as aberrant. Queers are one of those few groups on the margins who are—not always, but often—raised in natal families where we are alone in our experience. Alone, to navigate the terrain. Alone, to find our history. https://lithub.com/a-brief-history-of-queer-language-before-queer-identity/ #photography #queer #fashion #style #activism #blackboymagic #portraits #male #tumblr #photooftheday #arizona #arizonaartist #aesthetic #LA #gayart By Jeanna Kadlec May 13, 2019

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