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A Canadian currently living in London. My name is Courtney, I'm an Indigo child. I'm into anything to do with nature, the ocean (especially mermaids and octopus,) One Direction, fancy rats, all types of cats, the moon, spirituality, serial killers, psychedelics, feminism, social justice, and psychology. Led Zeppelin, the RHCP, Jimi Hendrix and Bob Dylan are very important musicians to me, among many others. Enthusiast of Sailor Moon, Pokémon and Studio Ghibli.


Pote. #meowkitty #freshfromparis

Pote. #meowkitty #freshfromparis

— 1 day ago
#meowkitty  #freshfromparis 

queerpropaganda:

"can men and women really be just friends??" straight people are so weird

(Source: neutroisenjolras, via fake-mermaid)

— 1 day ago with 364458 notes
awwww-cute:

He finally grew into that bow tie

awwww-cute:

He finally grew into that bow tie

(via too-stoned-to-remember)

— 2 days ago with 17403 notes
queerkhmer:


As the debate on same-sex marriage continues in Western nations, including the United States, Thailand could become the first country in Asia to legalize gay marriage. Thailand is known for its liberal acceptance of sexuality, but the draft same-sex marriage law is not without controversy. This is a traditional Thai wedding, except there is no groom. There are two brides. This ceremony is only symbolic because Thailand, like all of Asia, does not recognize same sex marriage. But a draft law later this year could change that and make Thailand the first Asian nation to legalize gay marriage. Nonetheless, Arisa Thanommek and her partner Pacharee Hungsabut say they were not interested in waiting. “We…we [will] not wait. Because we [are] ready.  Our family is ready,” she said

I noticed that women of color are one of the biggest spearheads of recognizing LGBTQ relationships. Happy Pride Month to Thailand!

queerkhmer:

As the debate on same-sex marriage continues in Western nations, including the United States, Thailand could become the first country in Asia to legalize gay marriage. Thailand is known for its liberal acceptance of sexuality, but the draft same-sex marriage law is not without controversy. This is a traditional Thai wedding, except there is no groom. There are two brides. This ceremony is only symbolic because Thailand, like all of Asia, does not recognize same sex marriage. But a draft law later this year could change that and make Thailand the first Asian nation to legalize gay marriage. Nonetheless, Arisa Thanommek and her partner Pacharee Hungsabut say they were not interested in waiting. “We…we [will] not wait. Because we [are] ready.  Our family is ready,” she said

I noticed that women of color are one of the biggest spearheads of recognizing LGBTQ relationships. Happy Pride Month to Thailand!

(Source: ilga.org, via filthy-hippie-vibes)

— 3 days ago with 22419 notes