Il 26 Aprile è la giornata della visibilità lesbica. Perché è importante? Perché è giusto che ogni singola lettera e parte della comunità LGBTQ+ sia messa alla luce. La parola lesbica è stata scelta definirsi, nel pieno dell’autodeterminazione, ma è sempre stata scomoda. Una connotazione, seppur velata, negativa data anche dall’impronta della pornografia che da sempre a “lesbica” associa un immaginario stereotipato. Spesso, inoltre, vengono attuate generalizzazioni che portano all’esclusione di questa parola, sostituita dalla grande massa “gay”. Perché quindi è importante la visibilità lesbica? Perché in una società prettamente maschilista e omofoba forse è il caso di farsi sentire costruendo una definizione pulita e genuina, eliminandone il connotato di etichetta scomoda. Ricordiamo con il sorriso il 26 Aprile il potere dell’autodeterminazione e del proprio diritto di essere come si è. ------- BrianzaPride #VIENICOMESEI
@thelifeofapple I’m so proud to call you my cousin, my sister, my confidant, and best friend. Today I am in awe of you in ways I never believed I could be. I am so proud and touched. You’re doing something I wish I could’ve...save your dad’s life. Donating an organ is no easy choice, but when it means you can give life to the person who made you such a beautiful soul and raised you up to be as kind and full of love and light as you are, it’s not a choice at all. I am praying for you and uncle every second. I am with you in spirit and can’t wait to be there by your side in a few days. I love you eternally, to the sun, the moon, and every place in between 💫🌑✨
Proud is the word that comes to mind first when I see these three boys together. They learned baseball together in 2014 playing coach pitch on the same team. Since then they’ve scattered to different travel ball teams over the years. Last night, like the old days, they played together again. All three boys are truly special kids. Great to see them smile and play together again #baseball#brothers#for#life#the#band#is#back#together#happy#and#talented#boys#proud
I can’t tell your story but I can tell you I love you 💕
Well today is the big day.
April 26, 2019 is the day my life and body will change forever. Today I will become a kidney donor.
The recipient is none other than my father. A man who has loved me and guided me to become the woman I am today. He is the man who saved me once before and now it is my turn to return the favor, of which I gladly do. You see, my parents adopted me at the age of two years old and took me out of the foster care system, a system which has failed so many. I was one of the lucky few to have made it out and into the most loving home. •
My dad was diagnosed with kidney disease over three years ago and has been on dialysis for the last year and a half. Doctors told him he would need to have a transplant and both his kidneys would need to be removed. Despite us having no blood relation, I was a match! I volunteered to donate out of pure love. A love I didn’t even know I could have for another human being. •
We have been working towards this transplant procedure and anticipating it for the last year and a half and here we are. The day has come! •
This entire experience has humbled me and reminded me how precious life is, how magical love is, and how amazing it is to have family. I look at things in this world from a different perspective and I make sure to be present in the moment. I appreciate the beauty in even the small things in life because life itself is a beautiful thing 💖
~🇧🇪Dinsdag heb ik dressuur gedaan met Darlou, dit ging in het begin vreselijk. Hij was heel de tijd aan het steigeren (ook kaarsrecht) en aan het bokken, ik kon maar enkel in 1 hoek van de piste gaan. Maar tegen het einde ging het veel beter (2). Hierna heb ik Chaak verzorgt. ➡️ Woensdag had ik springles met Darlou, we hebben een lijntje van 3 sprongen gemaakt. Dit ging wel goed. Hierna heb ik Chaak verzorgt.
~🇬🇧Tuesday I did dressage with Darlou, this went horribly in the beginning. He was rearing all the time (also straight) and bucking, I could only go in one corner of the arena. But by the end things went much better (2). After this I took care of Chaak. ➡️ Wednesday I had jumping lessons with Darlou, we made a line of 3 jumps. This went well. After this I took care of Chaak.
🇵🇹 ORGULHO! no inicio deste ano enviamos uma pesquisa para médicos especialistas (ginecologistas, fisioterapeutas etc.) que estão familiarizados com o nosso programa mundialmente. 98% deles recomendam o nosso programa.
🇬🇧PROUD! At the beginning of this year, we sent out a survey to medical experts (obstetricians, pelvic physiotherapists and gynaecologists) around the globe who are familiar with our program.
98% of them recommend our program.
*NEW PRODUCT LAUNCH*🤯🔥😱 Having been in the technology industry for over *12 years*, we know what it’s like when customers return with problems. So, after trying many different suppliers, we were still facing problems and couldn’t find the right product which ticked all the boxes. Therefore, we decided to put all our experience, knowledge, and skills together to create our own Screens. After almost a year of testing and making sure the product was up to standard.
En début d'année on se dit que l'année va être longue, que ça va être dur, qu'on va en baver... et après on les voit grandir, s'épanouir, mûrir... et on est fier, fier de les avoir amenés jusque là, fière de voir qu'ensemble on avance, on essaye, on finit par réussir... cette semaine ils m'ont épatée, m'ont rendu fière et m'ont montré que je leur avait manqué pendant les vacances ❤️ #professeurdesecoles#maitresse#cycle2#cpdedouble#proud#fieredeux#teamcycle2#teampe
From healthy to fighting for my life to living life day by day it's been one hell of a journey.
Yep it's that time of year again... I have officially made it to five years when they didn't think I'd make it through one.
It's been five years since I was told I should have died due to an extensive clot from my left ankle all the way up to my belly button. Five years since I was told that I have maytherner syndrome(MTS is caused when the left iliac vein is compressed by the right iliac artery, in laymans terms I was born with those anatomically reversed). Since then I’ve had 13 surgeries, clots in not just my leg but also my lungs, numerous ER visits, 3 stints put in, thrown some PEs and had 2 more close calls on my life. It's even been 4 years and 56 days that I've been clot free in my leg. 75% of my days are a struggle with how much pain I am in - from all the damage and scar tissue and strain on my body, but I’ve learned to adapt. What I can say is, is that you don’t know true physical pain till your body turns on you. There is no option to give up, you just keep moving. #imasurvivor#pulmonaryembolism#deepveinthrombosis#dvt#proud#pulmonaryembolismsurvivor#bloodclots#bloodclotsurvivor#storyofmylife#thisismylife#survivor#maythurnersyndrome#anatomy#anatomyproblems#girlswithtattoos #badassfemales#girlswithink#tattoedgirls#tattedup#inkedup
BIG shoutout to @afarley38, our fearless leader in the kitchen, who’s cooking the entree course at the @beardfoundation Media Awards tonight! We are so excited for him and all the other chefs who have teamed with @visitphilly to represent Philadelphia. We have no doubt that they will show NYC what Philly’s all about!
This ain't planned but I tho since you know there is a lot of Spanish fans accounts revolving around zabdiel and zabdiel has lots of English speakers fans I tho let me make a fan account that welcomed everyone that doesn't understand Spanish welcome yall
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tbh i would sell my kidney to be part of this tour