Poetically speaking I like to write but don't get to do it as much as i would like. NSFW...most likely but not all the time. I write in visuals so you can see what i feel & u can feel also, sometimes pictures speak louder than words so I collect & show many. I'm a grown ass women but a child at heart, mind & soul among others I'm not 1 person but many personalities in 1. I speak for myself & who knows, maybe the voice of some. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder & I see beauty in the unusual. These are some of my thoughts that drag & crawl through my cranium, visual eye candy, poetry, food for thought. Sometimes NSFW sooo u already know cannabis in your pipe, now inhale.... self-medicater, lets see how twisted, pretzel like, my mind can get, I'm very eclectic, I like girls who like everything, I'm still trying to find myself or just call me the explorer, strange, unusual, queer, beautiful bodies, women, men, vagina, penis envy, if i like it i reblog it or yeah just like it :-)
IF YOU SAY YOU LIKE READING BUT YOU CHOOSE TO BUY A KINDLE OVER AN ACTUAL PHYSICAL BOOK THEN I SWEAR TO GOD I AM GOING TO COME INTO YOUR HOUSE IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND WAKE YOU UP AND HUG YOU SO HARD AND MAYBE WE CAN PAINT OUR NAILS TOGETHER AND TALK ABOUT OUR FAVOURITE BOOKS BECAUSE READING IS A WONDERFUL THING AND THE MAGIC IS IN THE WORDS SO WE SHOULD NEVER LIMIT OURSELVES BECAUSE SOME PEOPLE THINK THEY’RE BETTER THAN YOU FOR THE WAY THEY CHOOSE TO READ
Mourners gathered in Harlem on Thursday night to remember Islan Nettles, the 21-year-old trans woman who was beaten to death last week. Nettles was walking with friends on August 17 when she was confronted by a group of men. Once the men realized that Nettles and her friends were trans, they verbally and physically assaulted them. The attack happened one block away from a local police station.
Nettles died days later at Harlem Hospital after she was declared brain dead.
Thursday’s vigil was organized by Nettles’ mother, Delores Nettles, and several New York City LGBT organizations, including Harlem Pride, Gay Men of African Descent, and NYC Black Pride. Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and several City Councilmen were also involved. Some of the city’s mayoral candidates, including Christine Quinn, Anthony Weiner, and Bill de Blasio, also attended.
“My baby can’t come back, my baby can’t go to school or to work like she wanted to, and it’s not fair,” Delores Nettles told the crowd.