THOUGHTS 💭 Whatever we believe comes true for us. Examine your thoughts.. what stories are you telling yourself daily about who you are or what you can and can’t be/do/have? For example if you are unable to attract a relationship.. you could have a belief that you are unlovable or that nobody loves you. Or if you have troubles with money.. you could have a belief that you are unworthy of having money, or you believe in burdens and debt. You may not even be aware of the beliefs you hold about yourself, most people aren’t. They just see the outer circumstances. Until someone can show you the connection between the outer experiences and the inner thoughts, you remain a victim of life. Whatever the problem is, it comes from a thought pattern, and thought patterns can be changed! #mindset#lesbian#queer#lesbiancoaching#selfdevelopment#lesbianlifecoach#awareness#lesbianwellness#lesbianmindandbodywellness#krystleandlaura#lesbiancoaching
I swear I'll never be happy again.
And don't you dare say we can just be friends.
I'm not some boy that you can sway.
We knew it'd happen eventually.
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Well it's taken us a day to decompress from an amazing evening on Friday night.😍😍🌈🌈🎵🎶
As always there are a whole host of thank you's that we need to say...so a big thanks go to....
- our amazing guest artists, the Taikoz Quartet and the Sydney Sakura Choir
- our Music Director, Rachelle Elliott
- our Principal Accompanist, Antonio Fernandez
- our singers and soloists
- our Front of House team
- our Stage Management team
- our Production Team
- our Creative & Marketing team
- our speakers
- the staff at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music
- our Section Leaders
- our enthusiastic and amazing audience
- anyone else that helped pull the show together
We'll have photos of the evening online soon......next stop Japan! 🇯🇵🇯🇵 #sydney#gay#lesbian#choir#choral#singing#lgbtqi#sglchoir#japan#japanese#performance#concert#riseup#sglcriseup#taiko#drum#ensemble
“Because I couldn’t find any friends, male friends that I felt compatible with, I ended up hanging out with girls a lot. And I just always felt that they weren’t treated with respect, especially because women are just totally oppressed. I mean, the words bitch and cunt were totally common.” / 1993, Blank on blank “I definitely feel closer to the feminine side of the human being than I do the male – or the American idea of what a male is supposed to be. Just watch a beer commercial and you’ll see what I mean.” 1992, rolling stone “Wearing a dress shows I can be as feminine as I want. I’m a heterosexual... big deal. But if I was a homosexual, it wouldn’t matter either.” / 1993 LA times interview “At this point I have a request for our fans. If any of you in any way hate homosexuals, people of different color, or women, please do this one favor for us — leave us the fuck alone! Don’t come to our shows and don’t buy our records.” / 1992, Incesticide liner notes - Kurt Cobain
~ "When the Stigma of Trans Fetishization Becomes a Reality"
Yep, it's a thing. Trans women and men being viewed as a sexual fetish. It's definitely a disturbing problem.
It's happened to me a lot, online, and it's easy to deal with, online...I give them a piece of my mind and then block them. But when it happens in real life, it's a whole new ballgame.
I've been good friends with a guy for 15 years and I thought I knew him pretty well, but we'd only been communicating through email for the past several years. A few days ago I sent him a recent photo of my face. Big mistake....everything changed in the blink of an eye. It's as if he turned into someone else. Someone scary, someone dangerous.
Only seconds after seeing my photo, he told me he was turned on and that he'd always had a fantasy of being with a "tranny." (I hate that word as much as every other derogatory slang word associated with trans people). I let him know how much that bothered me, but it's as if he wasn't reading what I wrote, as if his mind was only focused on having his way with me.
He spent the next couple of hours trying to lure me to his house and blow off work. I found it all very disturbing. He'd never spoken to me the way he was. I tried several times to explain to him how odd his behavior was, but he only ignored my comments and instead, tried to guilt me into coming over. I was actually becoming frightened, because this guy works at the same place, but in the building next to mine, opposite shifts. The way he was taking, it totally reminded me of a sexual predator. I know, because I've studied a lot about them in school. I told him where to go and to never contact me again.
If you can't trust a friend of 15 years, who can you trust?