26 years old. Ex-ex-pat. Wandering Californian. Pseudo historian. Grad student. Queer. Beer enthusiast. Anglophile. Theoretical time traveler. Part time librarian. Full time loser. The usual.

 

moscastudio:

Either way, you’ll end up somewhere pretty dang cool! 💚 #portland #pnw #pdx #travel #roadtrip #hoodriver #pnw #traveloregon #viaggi

moscastudio:

Either way, you’ll end up somewhere pretty dang cool! 💚 #portland #pnw #pdx #travel #roadtrip #hoodriver #pnw #traveloregon #viaggi

paigeyylushh:

bigbardafree:

deciding i was pretty was the best thing that i ever did

one day i was just like

fuck this im pretty

and i was

i’m reblogging this twice because this is probably the truest statement I’ve ever come across. And it holds power and ability for every person struggling within themselves. use this because it will make a difference in your life.

doggedlyjohn:

THIS IS HOW HER HAIR SHOULD HAVE LOOKED THE WHOLE TIME THOUGH

This is how my hair looks all of the time.

(Source: accioknickers)

Another day, another struggle with 19th century text.

Another day, another struggle with 19th century text.

beckella:

Thomas Müller stepped up his interview game

This may be my favorite moment from the World Cup. Too bad they cut out Basti’s translation.

(Source: thoomasmuller)

adayinthelesbianlife:

"The LGBT community, however loved/accepted/tolerated, will always be a minority. Our newfound sociopolitical liberties, instead of obliterating the need for a distinctive gay culture, should instead give us license to explore that culture and develop it further. We need gay bookstores, not as sanctuaries for the repressed, but as museums and libraries for the out and proud. As David M. Halperin points out in his book How to Be Gay, “Unlike the members of minority groups defined by race or ethnicity or religion, gays cannot rely on their birth families to teach them about their history or their culture. They must discover their roots through contact with the larger society and the larger world.”

- Why we still need LGBT bookstores, by Daniel Lefferts