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only gay bag in town :D

the american rainbow flag is on this bag because i want to show that i support the community over there

Thanks to EVERYONE who has added this thing to his favourites. I never thought it will be so much. :faint: I've tried to thank everyone but it's so much :omg: that I think it could last almost weeks. I hope you will understand when I write it down here. I'm very thankfully for everyone who has added it. Thank you very much for the :+fav:s !!!

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Canadian Rainbow Flag Stamp
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Be proud of your partner :aww:
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Focke-Wulk FW 190A-8/R1 Fighter. This Version has Twin 20mm cannons under each wing. Has been Airbrushed with a Testors Aztec. Decals are for this version of the plane. Done in Early 2000s.
A 1/48 Scale Monogram Classic model kit that had 6 Versions you could build.

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1926 Ford T Sedan Delivery Hot Rod. This shows the Details on the back side, the plate has 'TALL T' on it, the Side panel both have Lil' Johns, the window has etched details, and the Rear Dif. shows at bottom.
Burn Rubber!

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Douglas A-20J "Havoc". This is a version with a Bomber sight nose, has 2 forward .50 cals in the nose and teo in the Rear top turrent. Model is all hand painted as i didnt use a air brush at this time (Late 90s to early 2000s). I played with the decals and the paint layout a bit to slightly customize it.
This is a AMT ERTL kit.

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my 2nd entry to the love unites remix contest.

I kept it simple this time =]
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thanks to :iconcallmebutterfingers: for suggesting this addition to the Support love series.

for those who don't know, this is the symbol for Transgenders.


Other buttons in this series:
:bulletred: Support love - Lesbian [link]
:bulletred:Support love - Gay [link]
:bulletred:Support love - Straight [link]
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the bi female version of my support love button series.

Other buttons in this series:
:bulletred: Support love - Transgender [link]
:bulletred: Support love - Lesbian [link]
:bulletred: Support love - Gay [link]
:bulletred: Support love - Straight [link]
:bulletred: Support love - Bi male [link]
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Did You Know

In 2008 there were an estimated 33.4 million people living with HIV/AIDS World Wide

of which 83,000 were people living with HIV in the UK

At the end of june there were 10,716 UK HIV diagnoses in People aged 20-24

The most common routes of transmission in the UK are:

Heterosexual Sex at 44%
Homosexual Sex at 43%
Drug Use at 5%

all figures curtosy of Avert [link]

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Photography By Simon Todd

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All photos are © Copyright All Rights Reserved, Simon Todd, 2009
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Sheffield Gay Kiss Off
Valentines Day 2010
Peace Gardens Sheffield


© All Rights Reserved, Simon Todd 2010

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wow, this one and this one :

Have gotten popular, all i need is DD now and im gunna be floored, the reaction to these have been insane

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Ok this is officially insane, this has nearly 30 faves, that makes it the most popular image in my gallery, in less then 24 hours

thankyou everyone
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Sheffield Gay Kiss Off
Valentines Day 2010
Peace Gardens Sheffield


All Rights Reserved, Simon Todd 2010
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1948 Nash on display at the Hellgate Car Club Show, Missoula Montana USA
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Seen at the Hellgate Car Club Swap Meet and Show, 6/9/2012, in Missoula, Montana, USA.
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1951 Cadillac owned by Steven Leto of Missoula, Montana.
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This is one of the things that piss me off the most! Honestly, how can people even say this???

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Just to clarify, What if it was reworded "If I choose to be Gay, You choose to be born in Canada." or "You choose to be White" or "You choose to have that person as your Father". My point is, PEOPLE CAN"T CONTROL SEXUALITY! I'm not calling gay people stupid, honestly, I'm calling homophobes stupid. Hell, bigots in general are stupid.
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Being in the closet, is worse than being in jail.

Society holds the key. Only because we let them.
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Every part of me wants him.
Body and Soul
ache for the unattainable.
His soft golden hair whispers
"caress me".
His deep blue eyes implore
"trust me".
I long for his touch.
Being near him, without being with him
is unbearable.
One day
I will roll over and see his smile,
blissfully content as mine.
It may not be love, but it sure as hell feels like what the movies say it is. :pride:

***PLEASE ASK PERMISSION BEFORE DOWNLOADING*****
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I support gay marriages. I may be straight, but love is all the same no matter what orientation. Homophobia is disgusting and I believe that if some Mormon douche in Utah can have God knows how many wives, we should allow one gay man/woman to have a husband/wife. Don't support hypocrisy, support love! Don't hate, tolerate! Spread the love! I don't wanna live in a world without gays, lesbians, transgenders, bis...and penguins (yes, I love penguins). Michael Jackson said heal the world, make it a better place for you and for me and the entire human race. Make love, not hate!
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I support gays and lesbians strongly and the way I grew up is love is love no matter what. I may be straight, but that doesn't mean I can't support LGBT rights. Some mean folks said that if I support them, I'm gay too. Well, I'd rather be gay than be a narrow-minded asshole. Afterall, we are all equal and we are all human. Support love, not discrimination! My motto is: Make Love, Not Hate! To all deviants on DA out there who are my brethren, I salute you! :pride: :salute: :love: :heart:
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To all those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or queer, to all those who are young and old, to all those who are being bullied and think that your life is just absolute hell, I'm here to tell you something, something that I think all of you should know: IT GETS BETTER.  

  Like many of you, I was shocked and devastated about the tragic suicides that took place in Fall 2010 and again this Fall 2011. These bright young students were constantly picked on and bullied severely because they were gay or perceived as gay. I know some of you who read this are probably saying right now, "Oh, you know how kids are, they can be so cruel, kids are going to bully regardless". Those who have said it or are even thinking those words as I am speaking, you know who you are. I am letting you know how bad this hurts me as a student who once was looking for the support she never got when she was bullied and harassed in middle school. But I'm getting way off topic. This isn't about you, this is about children. The children in your community. The children in your neighborhood. The children in your family. YOUR CHILDREN. Their lives are in your hands unless you help stop the homophobic bullying that is taking place. That's all I have to say to you.
    To all of you who are being bullied and feel lost, scared, or alone, I want to tell you all that YOU ARE NOT ALONE. IT GETS BETTER. I promise you it does. Listen, I've spent my whole life being both autistic and bisexual, and I'm nearly 21 years of age now. I knew from the moment I left my mother's womb, from my first day of school, from even the first birthday party I went to, I knew that I was different, I knew I was bisexual. But there was nobody to talk about it. I can't recall whether it was because I was too young at the time, because I didn't know the words to describe how I feel, or because I never knew it was normal nor that I knew it was different. Like many of you, I was scared and felt alone and like many of you, I was bullied and harassed mercilessly. I've been bashed into lockers, been spat on, been beaten up, even had objects thrown at me because I was quote unquote different by the other students' standards. There were many times I thought about taking my own life because I simply could not deal with it anymore. I contemplated suicide many times in 7th grade and again during my second year in college.
   In college, I was unhappy. I felt as if I had no direction in life.  I honestly thought I was only being a huge annoyance to the people I love and pushing them away. I even planned a date to when I was going to take the final step. It was going to be a little after New Years. I truly thought it would never get better. Pill bottles filled with God knows what was sitting in the cabinet waiting for me to consume and take me into an everlasting dark abyss away from pain. However, my attempt of suicide failed. I was interrupted by a phone call by my best friend who was inviting me to her house for New Years. That same day I met my other best friend who is gay. And things really got better. When we joined the college GSA, I gained new friends who are a huge part of my life today. I've experienced friendships and joy I never thought in a million years that I would ever have in life. I began to be more true to myself and accept me for the person I am. All the while, I cannot help but think that had I not gotten that phone call from my friend, had my suicide attempt been successful, I would have missed out on so much in life. I would never have met my many best friends. I would not have known the thrill that rushed through my body when I went to clubs in West Hollywood and had a good time like any adult should. I would miss out on my little six-year-old sister growing to be the stand-up comedian she's turning out to be. I would have missed out on my younger sister setting sail to engineer a large ship while in the Australian coasts. I thank God everyday for the phone call that saved my life and all my beloved friends for coming into my life and making it worth living.

  The reason why I told you all is this and forgive me if I sound just like that cheesy poster with the picture of a cat hanging off a tree branch: JUST HANG IN THERE. If you feel like ending your life is the only way out, it's NOT. If you feel like taking your own life, DON'T! There are people out there in your community who support you, who want you to be the person you are, and who love you. Talk to someone who will listen. A teacher, a parent, a friend, a relative, a principle, a preacher, a rabbi, ANYONE who will listen. Take part in GSA clubs in your community, if available. Participate in gay and lesbian centers in your area. Have faith and hang in there because-- I said it once and I will say it again-- IT DOES GET BETTER. I promise you. Will it be easy? No. Nothing in life ever is easy. Will it be worth the pain and struggle? YES! It will be, because the best feeling in the world is being able to be the wonderful and unique individual you are. Never think of yourself as anything less. I'm going to get a bit religious here, but if there is one thing I know, it's this: God does not make any mistakes. You were put on this earth for a reason. You make the world a wonderful place to live. Don't take yourself away from it. The world needs you. People need you. I need you. Life cannot go on without you. If you ever feel depressed or suicidal, there is a 24-hour toll free number you can reach and talk to someone who cares. It belongs to a great organization called The Trevor Project that can help you through this. That number is 1-866-4UTREVOR. Many of your favorite celebrities have contributed to the project: Ellen Degeneres, the cast of Glee, comedian Margaret Cho, Joel Madden from the rock band Good Charlotte, expert personal financier Suze Orman, the cast of the Broadway musical Wicked, the cast of HBO hit series True Blood, Daniel Radcliffe, Chaz Bono, musical artist Ke$ha, comedian Kathy Griffin, even our president Barack Obama, to name a few. The people mentioned above are many of the reasons why you should stay with us.
  By giving in and ending your life, you are letting the bullies win. And I know in my heart that you wouldn't want that. Suicide is never the answer. You have so much potential and I can see it in you. There are so many opportunities in this world. People are becoming more tolerant, things are getting easier, and together we are becoming stronger. Life is getting so much better. And you should be alive to see it. You are all very beautiful, wonderful, special people and I love you all so much. IT GETS BETTER. I promise.
                                                                    Love you Always,
                                                                     Shaina Roxanne Barnett                           
Dedicated to all those who have taken their lives because of the constant bullying and to those who are struggling. This is for you...because it DOES GET BETTER.
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Museo del ferrocarril de Arganda.
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Museo del ferrocarril de Arganda.
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Museo del ferrocarril de Arganda.
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A long ride to know where.
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In light of the recent ruling on Proposition 8 from the 9th Circuit Court, I threw together a very quick and simple banner late last night. Very simple banner really, just added some text and effects to a picture of the rainbow flag.

The quote used is what the court said about Proposition 8 and why they ruled it unconstitutional.
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