Queer Style

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My mother named me Jesus because she felt if Jesus was my  namesake, he would protect me. This was the only medical care we could afford at the time, aside from the occasional candles, prayer charms shaped liked feet or hands (depending on the ailment), and herbal teas. 

In my 20’s, friends began calling me Jesucia, often placing emphasis on the “-sucia” part.

My names got me living somewhere between sant@ y put@, trying to mess with whatever both words mean. 

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THOSE FISHNETS on THIS PERSON is made of YES.

(via fuckyeahhardfemme)

Cholitas Luchadores

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via nokkerosor:

Cholitas Luchadores: Bolivias Female Wrestlers.

The fighting cholitas see themselves as symbols of strength: Their opponents include bigotry and sexism. “My goal,” says one fighter, “is to lift up indigenous women, who have been treated with contempt.”

“We fighters carry within us a kind of fire that nothing can quench.”

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Ebonie (left) and Ashlea(right), 19 and 20, Atlanta, GA 

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Ebonie (left) and Ashlea(right), 19 and 20, Atlanta, GA 

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Priscilla Ono by Vijat Mohindra for Slink Magazine #9 - Health Issue

CREDITS : Photographer: Vijat Mohindra - Makeup/Model : Priscilla Ono - Hair Colorist : Teresa Cliff - Hair Stylist : Benton Lee - Wardrobe : The Kids - Manicure : Stephanie Stone

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this photoshoot is the only thing i have ever wanted to do with my life

(Source: facticemagazine)