Spanish blogger Veronica's photo of her lying in bed with her partner Jana and their son, Alex, was removed by Instagram after it was flagged as inappropriate content. To protest the photo's removal, people started sharing their own photos and photos of the couple with the hashtag #Yosoloveoamor – I Only See Love, but that hashtag was also reported and blocked. The couple persisted and started a third hashtag #BorraIGdehomófobos . Many LGBTQ people have shared images celebrating their love. You can too. - Jessica Zucker of @ihadamiscarriage
Photo of @oh.mamiblue by @aboutlight_.
My jewel 💎 ❤️
Ci fai correre come dei matti, ma sei la patatina più bella del mondo❤️ @vallibeatrice
My dear followers,
I share educational resources, memes, and classroom photos to inspire you and your students, but today I’d like to share something personal. As I’m sure many of you can relate, ever since I was a little girl, I dreamt of having a wedding— not so much a marriage, but a wedding. Where I grew up, it wasn’t acceptable to love who your heart desired. If you were gay, you were judged, ridiculed, and made to feel like an outcast... which is why I only dreamt of a wedding and not a marriage. I didn’t allow myself to visualize an actual person because I knew it wasn’t “right”. But, I’m so proud to share that when I built the confidence to come out to my friends and family, they all embraced me with open arms. You see, they realized that I am HUMAN and proof that love is love. Last month, Kate made my childhood dreams come true when she asked for my hand in marriage. I’m so lucky that my stunning fiancé has chosen to share her heart with me.
Here’s the thing though... I got lucky. I was accepted by everyone around me and have changed the mindsets of a few, but so many of your students will not have the same experience. They will realize that some people are not so kind. That they’ll be shunned and exiled from their families. That they’ll have to experience the difficulty of coming out alone. And that they may not have the courage or self-esteem to do so. I encourage you, teacher to teacher, to open your hearts and minds and truly do your best to create a classroom that is open and accepting of ALL. YOU could be the difference in a student’s confidence and ability to be true to who they are. That’s what’s so great about being a teacher— you have the potential to change someone’s entire life and perspective! How powerful is that?! Thank you for letting me share my experience and thoughts with you! PS: I’M GETTING MARRIED! AHHHHHHHH! 👰🏻👰🏼 @olyspider @kandice.breinholt 📸
Cuando los soñadores se juntan, son capaces de crear hermosas realidades. La torta fue hecha con tanto amor que nos dejó sin palabras. De chocolate, una promesa que hice cuando probé por primera vez la tradicional y no me gustó, jajaja. Menos mal que Kelly me sigue las locuras.
Gracias @suenosdulces_ck por todos estos años diciendo presente en los momentos más importantes de mi vida.
I commend folks like JD’s owner Tom Fletcher! Unlike some owners who simply put their dogs down whenever a serious (treatable) issue arises, Tom went above and beyond to find a solution so that JD could live a great life! I say this time and time again but that is because it NEEDS to be remembered: By taking a dog into your life you are also taking on the responsibilities that come with it. For something that shows nothing but unconditional love for us, I think that TRYING our best to be a good dog owner is the least we can do!
-TAG SOME FRIENDS!
-LIKE if you’d keep JD ❤️
- Follow @dogtrainingwithsean ✅