The Switchuation

Jaxson or Jax. Queer transman. 22. Chef. Just moved back to Los Angeles. Music/concert addict. Always looking to meet awesome people.


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Aww.

Aww.

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fyeahlaurajanegrace:

This is my hero. Her name is Laura Jane Grace.

fyeahlaurajanegrace:

This is my hero. Her name is Laura Jane Grace.

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thetieguy:

love this shirt collar + collar bar here.

thetieguy:

love this shirt collar + collar bar here.

(Source: fwlmag, via thetieguy)

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queerbois:

:: STYLE ::
AWESOME LOOK!

but-im-a-tomboy:

Photo | DapperQ’s He Said/ We Said: Queer Ivy
Model | Mary J. Barbour

queerbois:

:: STYLE ::

AWESOME LOOK!

but-im-a-tomboy:

Photo | DapperQ’s He Said/ We Said: Queer Ivy

Model | Mary J. Barbour

(Source: but-im-a-tomboy)

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hfgl:

womanhouse:

Shocking Pink was a feminist zine put out by a collective of young women in London, including Katy Watson who died in 2008. As the organiser of last year’s Women’s Library described it ‘Shocking Pink, which ran from the late 1980s to early 1990s, billed itself as a “radical magazine for young women”. Part magazine with serious political coverage, part school-club magazine (if your classmates were hot-headed, deliciously witty, rebel grrrls) this magazine pre-dated riot grrrl zines with its fusion of sass, cultural appropriation and sprawling biro-made doodles all over the margins and type face’.

.pdfs of all the Shocking Pinks available here!

Niiiice!!

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