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genderqueer:

thegang:

The visibility project by Mia Nakano and Christine Pan, is one that seeks to bring images of Asian and Pacific Islander queer women and transgender individuals to the forefront; and to build a supportive, progressive community through social, political and educational activism.This project is dope for a number of reasons - the primary being the positive, compelling, and beautiful imagery. Queer folks are all beautiful shapes, colors, and sizes with different styles, gender-identities, and personalities. The Visibility project is doing a great job of showing that very fact, and filling the media with positive images of queer people. Check out the beautiful photos via the Visibility site and view Mia Nakano’s portfolio HERE. (via colorlines)
genderqueer:

thegang:

The visibility project by Mia Nakano and Christine Pan, is one that seeks to bring images of Asian and Pacific Islander queer women and transgender individuals to the forefront; and to build a supportive, progressive community through social, political and educational activism.This project is dope for a number of reasons - the primary being the positive, compelling, and beautiful imagery. Queer folks are all beautiful shapes, colors, and sizes with different styles, gender-identities, and personalities. The Visibility project is doing a great job of showing that very fact, and filling the media with positive images of queer people. Check out the beautiful photos via the Visibility site and view Mia Nakano’s portfolio HERE. (via colorlines)

genderqueer:

thegang:

The visibility project by Mia Nakano and Christine Pan, is one that seeks to bring images of Asian and Pacific Islander queer women and transgender individuals to the forefront; and to build a supportive, progressive community through social, political and educational activism.

This project is dope for a number of reasons - the primary being the positive, compelling, and beautiful imagery. Queer folks are all beautiful shapes, colors, and sizes with different styles, gender-identities, and personalities. The Visibility project is doing a great job of showing that very fact, and filling the media with positive images of queer people. Check out the beautiful photos via the Visibility site and view Mia Nakano’s portfolio HERE.

(via colorlines)

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