Beginning and end, explored all of the possibilities along the way.

Beginning and end, explored all of the possibilities along the way.

Progress to completion.  #PsychedleicArt #OilPastels #Panel #Art #MileHighCity #StreetsMagazine #streetsmag

Progress to completion. #PsychedleicArt #OilPastels #Panel #Art #MileHighCity #StreetsMagazine #streetsmag

Start to progress,

Start to progress,

Excellent choice in church to exchange vows in, it was a beautiful wedding.

Excellent choice in church to exchange vows in, it was a beautiful wedding.

Jew Crew, holding it down at the wedding of the year.  Congrats, Jody and Holly.

Jew Crew, holding it down at the wedding of the year. Congrats, Jody and Holly.

This woman’s name is Elise.  I went up to her to give her a hug and to thank her for being there.  But, before I could get a word out, she said, “You are perfect, and I came here today to tell you that.”  It goes without saying, but I started crying immediately.  This was my favorite moment of pride fest.

#DenverPride2014

This woman’s name is Elise. I went up to her to give her a hug and to thank her for being there. But, before I could get a word out, she said, “You are perfect, and I came here today to tell you that.” It goes without saying, but I started crying immediately. This was my favorite moment of pride fest.

#DenverPride2014

Only in Denver…

#MileHighCity #Denver #ReeferFriendly

Only in Denver…

#MileHighCity #Denver #ReeferFriendly

cuntofdoom:

knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Slogan and Flag History
The Rainbow/Pride Flag creation is credited to Gilbert Baker; it debuted at the San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Freedom Day Parade in 1978.
The original flag had eight stripes:
pink (sexuality) — red (life) —orange (healing) — yellow (sunlight) — green (nature) — turquoise (magic) — indigo/blue (serenity) — violet (spirit)
Pink and turquoise have since been dropped.

That makes sense, because the sex and magic are totally gone from the mainstream Gay Rights movement.

cuntofdoom:

knowhomo:

LGBTQ* Slogan and Flag History

The Rainbow/Pride Flag creation is credited to Gilbert Baker; it debuted at the San Francisco Gay and Lesbian Freedom Day Parade in 1978.

The original flag had eight stripes:

pink (sexuality) — red (life) —orange (healing) — yellow (sunlight) — green (nature) — turquoise (magic) — indigo/blue (serenity) — violet (spirit)

Pink and turquoise have since been dropped.

That makes sense, because the sex and magic are totally gone from the mainstream Gay Rights movement.

Drunken unicorn on a Union Jack, rainbow caramel and white chocolate chip cake.  Fondant Unicorn.

Drunken unicorn on a Union Jack, rainbow caramel and white chocolate chip cake. Fondant Unicorn.