niedziela, 23 października 2016

Wieści z Instagramu:KaDo, Tom Daley, Michał Kwiatkowski, Andy Cohen, Gus Kenworthy, Cheyenne Jackson ...

Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika Cheyenne Jackson (@mrcheyennejackson)

Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika Dustin Lance Black (@dlanceblack)

Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika Gays With Kids (@gays_with_kids)

Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika Michal Kwiatkowski (@michal_officiel)

Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika Steve Grand (@stevegrandmusic)

Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika Eliad Cohen (@eliad_cohen)

Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika Andy Cohen (@bravoandy)

@noreeniebeenie is an HRC and @equalitync Field Organizer who moved to North Carolina from Egypt when she was in high school. Yesterday she cast her first vote as an American citizen for @hillaryclinton, @roycoopernc and pro-#equality candidates up and down the ballot. Check out her "I'm about to vote for the first time" happy dance! "Going out there and early voting yesterday morning was incredible, not only because it was my first time voting, but also because I'm so invested in this election. Having my voice heard made it so much better! I'm supporting Hilary Clinton and other pro-#LGBTQ candidates because we need to send a message across the nation that equality is the only way to go, and if you are not with us on these important issues, then you will not be in office after this election!" - Noreen Elnady #turnOUT #gotv #imwithher #election2016 #vote
Film zamieszczony przez użytkownika Human Rights Campaign (@humanrightscampaign)

I am gay. Those three words are how I began the caption on this same photo one-year-ago, today. I remember waking up that day, with the most overwhelming sense of emotions. I was excited for a future where I no longer had to mask myself with heteronormative posturing. But then, of course, I felt apprehensive because I didn't know how people were going to react. I'd already told my immediate family and a few close friends and they all offered nothing but love and support and I decided that even if the rest of the world abandoned me, their support would be enough. However when the day finally came, I was terrified of losing friends, fans and sponsors. What I didn't anticipate though, was all that I was about to gain. I've gained so much over the past year and I am so tremendously thankful for all of it. I've started to love myself, a big step for someone who spent their adolescence in self-contempt. I've made lifelong friends, fallen in love and felt truer and happier than I ever imagined. I've witnessed myself swell with pride while holding my guy's hand walking down the street; no longer dictated by fear to walk with my hands in my pockets acting like the person I loved was merely a friend, an acquaintance. I got to ski completely unencumbered and ended up having my best competitive season ever because of it. And while competing I got to, finally, acknowledge my boyfriend standing at the bottom of the half-pipe cheering me on; something I regrettably failed to do in my previous 5-year-long closeted relationship. Ultimately, for the first time in my life, I got to feel free - something everybody should feel every day! I can't thank you all enough for the support you've given me over the last year, it truly means the world to me. I get messages every day from guys saying my story has helped them come to terms with themselves or given them the confidence to tell their friends or family that they're gay. And that, I have to say, has been the highlight of my past year. Of course there will always be nay-sayers but if I've helped even one person feel better about themselves then this process, for me, has all been worth it. I love you guys. ❤️💛💚💙💜
Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika gus kenworthy (@guskenworthy)

Film zamieszczony przez użytkownika Marcin Rodzinka (@rodzinka_m)

Zdjęcie zamieszczone przez użytkownika Jazz Jennings (@jazzjennings_)

Brak komentarzy:

Prześlij komentarz