New York Eyes. Chicago Thighs. Boston Strong.
Not so secretly Johnny Boychuk
Alex Suarez of Cobra Starship
International Balloon Festival of Saint Jean-sur-Richelieu
So I recently reached my first hundred and this is honestly something I’ve always wanted to do so I’m going to give it a try!
- You don’t have to be following me. I don’t really want disingenuous follows (and eventually unfollows) and I’m sure you don’t want me clogging your dash.
- You can reblog and like this. Each counts as an entry.
- This post needs to reach at least 25 notes. If it doesn’t, I’ll just try again later.
- If this reaches 50 notes, I’ll add another winner.
- If you win you get your choice of one of any of the items above which are: a personalized letter to Hogwarts, a potion, and a wand
- Entry for the giveaway ends July 31st.
The winner will be picked via a random number generator and I’ll contact them once everything’s over, so if you enter have your ask box open. c:
Dear parents of LGBT+ young people:
You should be less worried about your offspring being influenced into their LGBT+ identities by people they met online, and more worried about the fact that they go online to meet people that will give them the acceptance and support that you haven’t.
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You know what pisses me off? So I live in New York and here on the official department of education form you can only select one race. So my mom is Asian and my dad is white which makes me biracial right? But the sheet has no option for that it only lets you choose one. So my mom got all “my daughter is biracial okay?!” And in a rebellious moment checked off both white AND Asian.
Guess what it says on the final form?