In cased you missed check out The Phoenix: Anthony Sebastian Abrahamsen, an inspirational post about @actuallyanthony http://shirtlesssasianmen.blogspot.com/2013/04/the-phoenix-anthony-sebastian-abrahamsen.html – View on Path.
What if your pillow could collect your dreams and in the morning you could plug it into your laptop and watch it all over again…
do u ever wonder how many people’s dreams you have been in
i havent eaten an apple in days. the doctors are closing in. my barricade wont last much longer. theyre coming. tell my family i love them
were you ever this cool at that age
This song is so smooth. And the things she does with her voice?? That’s why I listen to indie because I don’t hear that mainstream. I fucks with this hard. And God-bless her parents for letting her live and grow.
if you do this i might cry
I would literally love you forever if you did this.
Bey slaying your fave in 33 seconds.
Pretty sure that’s how it went down. There’s no other explanation to why there are so many of them.
send this to an ex, crush, friend, parent, sibling, cousin, teacher. it works for all.
I DIDN’T KNOW WHAT TO EXPECT, BUT IT WASN’T THAT
NEW FAVOURITE SONG
this song is so beautiful, it brought tears to my eyes. #infinitereplay
I want to personally thank everyone. Just for being who they are. The good that brought good and bad that brought logic in my life to weed out the bad and bring more of the good in.
This past year has been one of the busiest, most stressful year filled with hate, harassment, bullying, gay haters, gay gay haters, trans people going off the walls, radical feminists, phone calls, text messages and online bullying, yet actually beautiful, enlightened, awesome year of my life. A new job, new friends, new sights seen in this world and much much more.
A wise Drag Queen once told me: “Some call it LIKES, others FANS. I just call it friends. And friends I still haven’t seen or gotten to know”, and she’s right. That’s what I think too. So a very big thanks for everything sent my way. Both the good and the bad.
Being an openly gay Iranian activist, and a social icon as some have referred to, it’s a very daunting task. But a very necessary task. Sure, I lose friends, family and even relationships because of simply being myself, but it’s my duty and honor to fight the good fight with dignity, respect and humor to see what I grew up with doesn’t happen to any other kid.
A kid from NYC once told me that after reading my biography, he felt someone finally understood him and he felt he could put down the razor. Because if I could have done it, so could he.
I get lots of these from kids around the world and you can’t imagine the joy and sense of humble I feel.
So thank you for everything. And I love every single one of you.
P.S Sorry for all the dick-jokes, haha :-P