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jasmine: We just want to love, and be loved, just as everyone else does." "Trans women are women and our rights are simply human rights "You need to not be an ally but a warrior bi-trans-alliance: These Joyful Photos Celebrate The Beauty Of Trans Women 鈥淎s we celebrate Pride, it鈥檚 important to remember that trans women of color including Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera, and Miss Major Griffin-Gracy were at the forefront of the movement. As model and activist KhrystyAna puts it, 鈥淭his is Pride month; a month we would not have without trans women of color.聽 Yet, despite half a century of progress, trans rights still fall behind those of others in the LGBTQ+ community, with trans women of color remaining the most vulnerable members of the queer community.鈥 KhrystyAna teamed up with photographer Amanda Picotte, model Seana Steele, and stylist Guvanch (all four of whom are part of the LGBTQ+ community) to create this photoshoot celebrating trans women. T he photos are part of the KhrystyAna鈥檚 Real Catwalk Project, dedicated to throwing out conventional beauty standards and championing inclusivity. Thirteen trans women, including Steele, posed for photos wearing high fashion pieces in pink, blue, and white to represent the Trans Pride Flag. The 13 women featured are Daniella Carter, Alexandra Lee, Daria Dee, Mojo Disco, Jasmine Infiniti, Alana Jessica, Jari Jones, Shay Neary, Jazmine Shepard, Seana Steele, Garnet Rubio, Angelica Torres, and Nicki Vrotsos. The photos are beautiful and joyous 鈥 very different from how the media typically portrays trans women.鈥 (read more) TomboyX Essentials Soft Bra LC, $32 $21.99, available at TomboyX.com; TomboyX Boy Shorts, $25 $18.75, available at TomboyX.com
jasmine: We just want
 to love, and
 be loved, just
 as everyone
 else does."

 "Trans women
 are women
 and our rights
 are simply
 human rights

 "You need to
 not be an ally
 but a warrior
bi-trans-alliance:



These Joyful Photos Celebrate The Beauty Of Trans Women


鈥淎s we celebrate Pride, it鈥檚 important to remember that trans women of color including Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera, and Miss Major Griffin-Gracy were at the forefront of the movement. As model and activist KhrystyAna puts it, 鈥淭his is Pride month; a month we would not have without trans women of color.聽
Yet, despite half a century of progress, trans rights still fall behind those of others in the LGBTQ+ community, with trans women of color remaining the most vulnerable members of the queer community.鈥
KhrystyAna teamed up with photographer Amanda Picotte, model Seana Steele, and stylist Guvanch (all four of whom are part of the LGBTQ+ community) to create this photoshoot celebrating trans women. T
he photos are part of the KhrystyAna鈥檚 Real Catwalk Project, dedicated to throwing out conventional beauty standards and championing inclusivity. Thirteen trans women, including Steele, posed for photos wearing high fashion pieces in pink, blue, and white to represent the Trans Pride Flag.
The 13 women featured are Daniella Carter, Alexandra Lee, Daria Dee, Mojo Disco, Jasmine Infiniti, Alana Jessica, Jari Jones, Shay Neary, Jazmine Shepard, Seana Steele, Garnet Rubio, Angelica Torres, and Nicki Vrotsos.


The photos are beautiful and joyous 鈥 very different from how the media typically portrays trans women.鈥
(read more)


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 @gcldendays
 Rest In Peace crackhead Andy

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jasmine: waltdisneyconfessions It bothers me how male characters like Triton, the Sultan, and Chief Tui can all act very overprotective and try to stop their daughters from leaving home, but it's only Mother Gothel whose a villain because of it. It feels like a sexist double standard. takashi0: rainbowloliofjustice: lethal-cuddles: a-salty-scythe-meister: kayrowhitesyrup: someoneintheshadow456: valarie-lynn: waltdisneyconfessions: It bothers me how male characters like Triton, the Sultan, and Chief Tui can all act overprotective and try to stop their daughters from leaving home, but it鈥檚 only Mother Gothel whose a villain because of it. It feels like a sexist double standard. Triton was afraid of humans because his wife was killed, Ariel also had pretty much free range of the ocean if she had time to amass that massive collection. Sultan was鈥 sultan? Also probably kept Jasmine inside for her own protection. Chief Tui was terrified of the ocean because of past experience. Gothel kidnapped Rapunzel and only cared about the magic that kept her young. Yeah, totally the same situation and the only difference is sexual bias. Also鈥rollo? Also Sultan said聽鈥淚鈥檓 not going to be alive forever, I want to make sure you are provided for and taken care of鈥 as the reason for why he wants to get Jasmine married. And he even says to Jafar聽鈥淛asmine hated those guys, she can鈥檛 marry someone she hates.鈥 That shows he didn鈥檛 want her to be unhappy in her marriage.聽 Triton and Chief Tui know that life is dangerous. As someone who is an older sibling and helped raising her younger siblings I know that very powerful overprotective feeling. You know the dangers of the world. You know the world is uncaring and unkind. You know people aren鈥檛 afraid to play dirty and to hurt innocent people to get what they want. So you try to shield your children/siblings from such a scary world because you don鈥檛 want them to get hurt. You don鈥檛 want your child/sibling dying because someone was so uncaring of another life. Could triton and Chief tui be more understanding of their children鈥檚 dreams and passions? Yes! But again these are parents who faces the harshness of the world and wanted to protect their children from that. Jasmin is a princess, royalty are always going to have someone try to kill them, invade their lands, etc. at least sultan was allowing his daughter to choose the man she loved. He was aware of the dangers she faced but still wanted to make her happy. A lot of Disney parents are loving and caring and they want the best for their children, though sometimes like all parents they mess up along the way. Raising and caring for another human is tough. Frollo and mother Gothal are seen as villains because they aren鈥檛 trying to protect their 鈥渃hildren鈥 from the harshness of the world. Oh yes they say they are but it鈥檚 a way to control them. It鈥檚 a way to keep their 鈥渃hildren 鈥 under their thumbs. It wasn鈥檛 done out of love and care and a protectiveness. But control. Gothal only want repunzal for her magic hair to stay young forever. And Frollo didn鈥檛 think twice about killing a BABY! ^^ Disney dads truely only wanted what they felt was best for their daughters (sans Frollo). Mother Gothal kidnapped a baby and emotionally and mentally abused her for 18 years. ALL TO STAY YOUNG FOREVER BY USING HER HAIR! fucks sake The reason that mother Gothel is treated like a villain is that she has no actual care towards Rapunzel other than her magic hair.聽 Literally none.聽 Every other time, she鈥檚 emotionally and mentally abusive towards Rapunzel, lies to her, and gaslights her. She鈥檚 manipulative and everything she did was for her own benefit, not out of genuine love and care for Rapunzel.聽 That鈥檚 why she is treated like a villain. It isn鈥檛 a sexist double standard when she is genuinely abusive.聽 Meanwhile, Chief Tui, Sultan, and Triton have made mistakes dealing with their children but what parent doesn鈥檛 make mistakes? It shows them being people. People who wanted the best for their children even if they were overbearing or overprotective. One thing that has been relatively聽consistent among Disney is that they show parents as people who are not as understanding as they should be towards their kids but ultimately still good people who just want to do the best thing for their kids rather than showing them as ungodly saints who never make mistakes and never do anything wrong.聽 Hell, even though she isn鈥檛 Disney per se, you could easily include Merida鈥檚 mother as a counterpoint in all of this. Elinor behaves in similar ways that Chief Tui, Sultan, and Triton do regarding their daughters. Elinor is overprotective and overbearing, she destroyed Merida鈥檚 bow out of frustration and immediately regretted it, etc.聽 Yet she is never shown to actually be a bad person. She鈥檚 shown to have made mistakes, just like they did, but not an awful person or villain.聽 #tldr; the reason mother gothel is a villain is because she鈥檚 emotionally abusive#me thinks the person who submitted this didn鈥檛 really watch the movie#because you can see every moment of abusive that she puts rapunzel through鈥#STARTIGN WITH KIDNAPPING HER
jasmine: waltdisneyconfessions
 It bothers me how male
 characters like Triton, the
 Sultan, and Chief Tui can
 all act very overprotective
 and try to stop their
 daughters from leaving
 home, but it's only Mother
 Gothel whose a villain
 because of it. It feels like
 a sexist double standard.
takashi0:
rainbowloliofjustice:

lethal-cuddles:

a-salty-scythe-meister:

kayrowhitesyrup:


someoneintheshadow456:


valarie-lynn:

waltdisneyconfessions:

It bothers me how male characters like Triton, the Sultan, and Chief Tui can all act overprotective and try to stop their daughters from leaving home, but it鈥檚 only Mother Gothel whose a villain because of it. It feels like a sexist double standard.

Triton was afraid of humans because his wife was killed, Ariel also had pretty much free range of the ocean if she had time to amass that massive collection. Sultan was鈥 sultan? Also probably kept Jasmine inside for her own protection. Chief Tui was terrified of the ocean because of past experience.
Gothel kidnapped Rapunzel and only cared about the magic that kept her young.
Yeah, totally the same situation and the only difference is sexual bias.
Also鈥rollo?

Also Sultan said聽鈥淚鈥檓 not going to be alive forever, I want to make sure you are provided for and taken care of鈥 as the reason for why he wants to get Jasmine married. And he even says to Jafar聽鈥淛asmine hated those guys, she can鈥檛 marry someone she hates.鈥 That shows he didn鈥檛 want her to be unhappy in her marriage.聽


Triton and Chief Tui know that life is dangerous.
As someone who is an older sibling and helped raising her younger siblings I know that very powerful overprotective feeling.
You know the dangers of the world. You know the world is uncaring and unkind. You know people aren鈥檛 afraid to play dirty and to hurt innocent people to get what they want. So you try to shield your children/siblings from such a scary world because you don鈥檛 want them to get hurt. You don鈥檛 want your child/sibling dying because someone was so uncaring of another life.
Could triton and Chief tui be more understanding of their children鈥檚 dreams and passions? Yes! But again these are parents who faces the harshness of the world and wanted to protect their children from that.
Jasmin is a princess, royalty are always going to have someone try to kill them, invade their lands, etc. at least sultan was allowing his daughter to choose the man she loved. He was aware of the dangers she faced but still wanted to make her happy.
A lot of Disney parents are loving and caring and they want the best for their children, though sometimes like all parents they mess up along the way. Raising and caring for another human is tough.
Frollo and mother Gothal are seen as villains because they aren鈥檛 trying to protect their 鈥渃hildren鈥 from the harshness of the world. Oh yes they say they are but it鈥檚 a way to control them. It鈥檚 a way to keep their 鈥渃hildren 鈥 under their thumbs. It wasn鈥檛 done out of love and care and a protectiveness. But control.
Gothal only want repunzal for her magic hair to stay young forever. And Frollo didn鈥檛 think twice about killing a BABY! 


^^ Disney dads truely only wanted what they felt was best for their daughters (sans Frollo).
Mother Gothal kidnapped a baby and emotionally and mentally abused her for 18 years. ALL TO STAY YOUNG FOREVER BY USING HER HAIR!

fucks sake

The reason that mother Gothel is treated like a villain is that she has no actual care towards Rapunzel other than her magic hair.聽
Literally none.聽
Every other time, she鈥檚 emotionally and mentally abusive towards Rapunzel, lies to her, and gaslights her. She鈥檚 manipulative and everything she did was for her own benefit, not out of genuine love and care for Rapunzel.聽
That鈥檚 why she is treated like a villain. It isn鈥檛 a sexist double standard when she is genuinely abusive.聽
Meanwhile, Chief Tui, Sultan, and Triton have made mistakes dealing with their children but what parent doesn鈥檛 make mistakes? It shows them being people. People who wanted the best for their children even if they were overbearing or overprotective. One thing that has been relatively聽consistent among Disney is that they show parents as people who are not as understanding as they should be towards their kids but ultimately still good people who just want to do the best thing for their kids rather than showing them as ungodly saints who never make mistakes and never do anything wrong.聽
Hell, even though she isn鈥檛 Disney per se, you could easily include Merida鈥檚 mother as a counterpoint in all of this. Elinor behaves in similar ways that Chief Tui, Sultan, and Triton do regarding their daughters. Elinor is overprotective and overbearing, she destroyed Merida鈥檚 bow out of frustration and immediately regretted it, etc.聽
Yet she is never shown to actually be a bad person. She鈥檚 shown to have made mistakes, just like they did, but not an awful person or villain.聽

#tldr; the reason mother gothel is a villain is because she鈥檚 emotionally abusive#me thinks the person who submitted this didn鈥檛 really watch the movie#because you can see every moment of abusive that she puts rapunzel through鈥#STARTIGN WITH KIDNAPPING HER

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