Mid 40's Bi Mom in a Lesbian Relationship and photographer

I'm a shipper. I admit it. Timeline of ships I've ridden - from today backward:
Caskett; Doccubus; Rizzles; Moose & Squirrel; Joel & Maggie; Maddie & David; Laura & Remington; Jonathan & Jennifer

29th July 2014

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29th July 2014

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Soleil O/Oh Sun (Med Hondo - 1967)

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29th July 2014

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You’re an idiot.

You spend weeks planning. You make sure everything is perfect. Honestly, the hardest part is calling off your mother. First, she wanted to spend the holiday with you, completely missing the fact that, just this once, you’d like to be alone with Maura. Then, somehow, in a surprise twist, she, completely bewilderingly, figured it out. She figured out that you wanted this to be a date, a first date, a first romantic evening of two consenting adults only.

You have no idea how she figured it out, because it took you years and you were the one with the feelings and mind-numbing attraction to your best friend.

But she figured it, and, somehow, she was incredibly cool about it. It was great. But then, and you should have seen this coming, she got too cool about it: she announced, plain as day, that she wanted to come. She wanted to come on your date. She wanted to come on your first date. She wanted to come on your first date with Maura Isles, whose other first dates have probably included private yachts and midnight tours of the Louvre and other fancy shit you can’t even imagine. And your mother, hand to God, honestly wanted your first date story with Maura to be, “Jane took me to see the fireworks at 4th of July with a thousand other people. And her mother. And we did nothing but hold hands and plan our wedding and pregnancy schedule.”

That woman. It’s torture sometimes.

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29th July 2014

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REBLOG if your icon is actually you.

28th July 2014

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They should put prizes in tampon boxes, be like yeah your period sucks but here’s 50% off of some icecream.

damnit, this month I got Mc D’s and I’m vegetarian - anyone wanna trade for froyo?

Tagged: prepare for the tampocalypse

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28th July 2014

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28th July 2014

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28th July 2014

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AU ~ In which Maura confesses her love to Jane by accident.

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27th July 2014

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27th July 2014

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If you are a lesbian, you MUST watch this!!


I fucking love this video!!! 

This video is gold


I am laughing so damn much

25th July 2014


Salad a Day project 24

Salad a Day project 24

24th July 2014

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Beyond the Binary: the new non-binary website! →



Help a new UK trans online magazine site get off the ground by making sure we reach our target of £900 in 40 days.

What is Beyond the Binary?

Beyond the Binary will be a submissions-based magazine website, which aims to give non-binary people in the UK the opportunity to contribute and share what they are experiencing, thinking and doing. We recognise that there is a lack of non-binary representation in the media, and that often non-binary people’s voices aren’t heard. Beyond the Binary wants to re-balance that, and give non-binary people a platform.

Beyond the Binary is run by non-binary people, for non-binary people. We already have a Working Group of over 70 members passionate about creating and contributing to the site. Beyond the Binary aims to reach out and be relevant to as many people as possible, which is why we’re focussing on submissions and welcoming people who identify anywhere on the non-binary spectrum from the UK to submit articles or other media on a range of different topics, from real life, discussion and opinion, to reviews, artwork, and fiction. As well as that, we’d like this to be a community resource – hosting events, projects, and lists of safe and inclusive groups and organisations. Interested? We have some submissions information here! 

Why is it important?

Currently, there’s little in the way of representation or work with non-binary people in the UK, so this project is much needed. A lot of voices are coming out of the US, and Beyond the Binary was in part inspired by all the amazing activism and community resources overseas. Having said that, we are also aware that even within this small group of people, the voices who usually get heard are white, and we encourage and welcome people of colour to submit even if they are based outside of the UK.

There is already a lot of excitement behind this project, and some of the Editorial Team working on putting the site together made a video to explain a bit more about themselves and the impact of this project.

We’d love for this site to look and feel amazing. We deserve a space of our own to express our feelings about the stuff that affects us, laugh about our lives, and inspire others. Let’s make it happen.

Donate via our Indiegogo page here, where you can read more about the project and our cash breakdown. We’ll be providing updates every week as well.

Here’s our INDIEGOGO.

Thanks a lot!

J – Ed.

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24th July 2014

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R&I 5x06: Maura & Jane’s vast knowledge of each other’s best assets.

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24th July 2014

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I don’t do this often, if at all.

But can you please take 1 minute out of your day/night and sign this petition?

You see, South Australia, in Australia, currently does not allow same-sex couples to adopt any children. This affects thousands of people, and one day could affect Misty and I,…

24th July 2014

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