The acclaimed model announced that she will only be modeling women’s fashion going forward and that her agency supports her transition
meteoroidlight replied to your post “First 20 songs on your shuffle, no skipping. All right! This is just…”
i’m so enthralled that there are 2 thursday songs on here, perfect
I would have been appalled if there weren’t at least two, tbh.
Hi y’all. I’m a 23-year old queer artist trying to move to Boston. I want to start my life in the field I studied, something I can’t do as adequately in Los Angeles. I want to work in live theatre, a community which thrives more significantly in Boston than in Los Angeles. On top of that, I have experienced a lot of abuse in LA. I was emotionally and sexually abused, manipulated, and gaslit to the point where I could barely pick out what was reality, and I am looking for a fresh start in a city free of any ghosts. Being here does nothing but trigger those memories and keep me emotionally ill.
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all i want right now are novels with bisexual main characters
are there any? there has to be some.
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First 20 songs on your shuffle, no skipping. All right! This is just gonna be drawn from the combination of my Spotify playlists because it’s easy. So you are narrowed down to things…that at some point fit a theme in some way.
I was tagged by the-megs.
- Name - Goo Goo Dolls
- Playing To The Firmament - Dar Williams
- Wake Me Up When September Ends - Green Day
- Follow You Down - Gin Blossoms
- This is Why We Fight - The Decemberists
- I Don’t Mind If You Don’t Mind - Ron Pope
- The Word Hurricane - Air
- How Long Is The Night? - Thursday
- Degausser - Brand New
- I Get Around - The Beach Boys
- The Broken - Coheed and Cambria […so that was a weird transition]
- Soldier On - Temper Trap
- Careless Talk - Angelo Badalamenti and Patrick Wolf
- Queer - Garbage
- Afraid - Patrick Wolf
- Honestly - Cartel
- Time to Pretend - MGMT
- Nevermind - The Birthday Massacre
- A Hole In The World (acoustic) - Thursday
- Confession - Bare, Cast Recording
I’m kinda random and prone to nostalgia, is basically what you should take from that. It’s interesting which ones of my favorites show up.
Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.
When I married my wife Linda 33 years ago, I never imagined we would have to separate so she could access the life-saving medication and care she needs to stay healthy. Linda was born with epilepsy, and without constant medical care, her condition would quickly become deadly. For many years she qualified for TennCare, Tennessee’s Medicaid program — so imagine our shock when the Social Security office called us in and told us that my modest retirement fund pushed our income over the acceptable income limits, and Linda no longer qualified!Wow, this is utterly disgusting. And as someone with epilepsy, with a mother with epilepsy and a father who’s (theoretically) of retirement age, it’s incredibly close to home.
There was only one solution that would keep Linda alive: six months ago, we had to separate and establish different addresses so she could stay covered. Since January, she’s been living with her ailing mother and even spent time in a homeless shelter, while we look for subsidized housing cheap enough for her to afford with her $720 a month disability check. The wait for government housing could be as long as five years and could require her to move 25 miles away — if we don’t find something soon, I may end up living out of my car while she stays in our old home.
Because Governor Bill Haslam refused to accept Affordable Care Act funds to expand TennCare, we fall into what’s called the “coverage gap” — we don’t earn enough to take advantage of federal insurance subsidies, and we earn too much to qualify for TennCare, even though we live at the poverty level. We’re just two people out of more than 161,000 who can’t access affordable healthcare in Tennessee. There are countless other stories just like ours throughout the state.
I love my wife, and I want to be able to stay by her side. Because of her condition, Linda can’t work or even drive herself. Over the years I’ve taken her to the hospital and provided medical support during her seizures, which I can no longer do while living several miles away. If Linda has a medical emergency while I’m not there, she could die — and after 33 years together, being forced apart like this is heartbreaking for both of us.
Since May, I’ve written more than 50 letters to Gov. Haslam, asking to meet and talk about expanding TennCare. He hasn’t written back to any of them. I’m hoping that if we can get enough signatures, he’ll be forced to pay attention and listen! Please sign and share this petition asking Gov. Haslam to expand TennCare and let me move back in with my wife!