Hi, I'm Emily, nice to meet you. I post anything that makes me smile and laugh or is meaningful to me.
I have no interest in one night stands.
I have no interest in 6 month stands.
I have no interest in love made for movie screens.
I want for someone to take my body and soul,
and spend the rest of their life with me.
I want another human to fall asleep next to me
tomorrow and the next day and an eternity after that.
Someone who I wake up next to and never have wonder if they are going to leave.
I’m gonna go with MURD—no, wait, hug. I’m going with hug.
A photo series representing many cultures by illustrating romance in the LGBTQ community, providing a visual identity to our progress.
The rights of the LGBTQ community are expanding everyday; the progress is inspiring. France just legalized gay marriage, Prop 8 was repealed, DOMA was struck down and we have the world’s attention – be it positive or negative. This is an incredibly inspirational movement that is happening and I am proposing a creative project to provide a visual identity for said movement. Ambitious? Yes, but I can do it with your help!
*You’ve* never been arrested before?
L.A. Police officer speaking to a Black actor who pretended to break in to Jason Roberts’ car while Roberts filmed it. Roberts, who is White, also filmed himself breaking into the same car to demonstrate the difference in peoples’ reactions based on the race of the person attempting to break into the car. Roberts tried to break into his own car for 30 minutes and nobody bothered him. A police car even drove past at one point and did nothing. When the Black actor, Quentin Brunson, attempted to break into the car, the police were called and showed up within 2 minutes.
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