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LGBTQ* Quotes and Quips
Kate Bornstein, Gender Outlaw

LGBTQ* Quotes and Quips

Kate Bornstein, Gender Outlaw

LGBTQ* Pride Flags You Should Know

#1: LGBTQ* Pride (**first flag in 1978 with 8 colors represented Lesbian/Gay culture)

#2: Bisexual Pride

#3: Pansexual Pride

#4: Asexual/Ace Pride

#5: Genderqueer Pride (click HERE for more information)

#6: Intersex Pride

#7: Trans* Pride

#8: Lipstick Lesbian Pride

#9: Bear Pride (click HERE for more information)

#10: Leather Pride

LGBTQ* Spoken Word Artists

"Andrew" — By Andrea Gibson

"When I was a kid I would sometimes secretly call myself Andrew."

mp3 supplied by IndieFeed.org

LGBTQ* Illustrations, Art and Media Expression
The Cover That Never Was
The above graphic was intended to be the cover of the New Yorker in 2009. However, R. Crumb’s design was rejected by the magazine without explanation or further discussion. If you’d like to read a little more about this story, read Nadja Sayej’s article. (Warning, article’s use of nouns/adjectives may cause some triggers.)
R. Crumb, Rejected New Yorker Cover, 2009, watercolor, ink, and graphite on paper, 14 1/2 x 10 5/8 inches. Courtesy the artist, Paul Morris, and David Zwirner, New York, Copyright ©Robert Crumb, 2009.

LGBTQ* Illustrations, Art and Media Expression

The Cover That Never Was

The above graphic was intended to be the cover of the New Yorker in 2009. However, R. Crumb’s design was rejected by the magazine without explanation or further discussion. If you’d like to read a little more about this story, read Nadja Sayej’s article. (Warning, article’s use of nouns/adjectives may cause some triggers.)

R. Crumb, Rejected New Yorker Cover, 2009, watercolor, ink, and graphite on paper, 14 1/2 x 10 5/8 inches. Courtesy the artist, Paul Morris, and David Zwirner, New York, Copyright ©Robert Crumb, 2009.

You Want Labels? How Big Is Your Vocabulary?

You Want Labels? How Big Is Your Vocabulary?

Top, Bottom, None-Ya.

Top, Bottom, None-Ya.