kengaroo-kengel:

kamayami:

gayhighfiving:

spider butt

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spider butt

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does what ever a spider butt does

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can it swing, from a web?

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no it can’t

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it’s a butt

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LOOK OOOOUUUT HERE COMES SPIDER BUUUUUTTTT

This is so perfect it hurts

I just want everyone know that these butt shots of Spider Man that is circulating on tumblr is most likely that of stuntman Ilram Choi, the actual Spider Man.

http://blog.angryasianman.com/2012/07/stuntman-ilram-choi-puts-amazing-into.html 

paach:

“I’ve been an activist and an advocate for various social causes through-out my life. I was involved in the civil rights movement and later redress for Japanese Americans for their internment, and I still am an advocate for equality for the LGBT community. I’d been making the rounds of universities and corporate engagements speaking on all those subjects, but I thought these speeches are to people who are already either favorably disposed; I need to reach out to wider masses. My philosophy is that the vast majority of people are fair and decent people, but it’s just that they don’t think about the issues and challenges facing LGBT people. Social networking is an amazing way to reach those who are open-minded but don’t think about the issues — truck drivers, assembly line workers, people who are good people, but busy raising a family and earning a living. These people use the Internet and I thought, why not seize that?” (via It’s More Than Okay to be Takei | Hyphen magazine - Asian American arts, culture, and politics)

paach:

“I’ve been an activist and an advocate for various social causes through-out my life. I was involved in the civil rights movement and later redress for Japanese Americans for their internment, and I still am an advocate for equality for the LGBT community.

I’d been making the rounds of universities and corporate engagements speaking on all those subjects, but I thought these speeches are to people who are already either favorably disposed; I need to reach out to wider masses. My philosophy is that the vast majority of people are fair and decent people, but it’s just that they don’t think about the issues and challenges facing LGBT people.

Social networking is an amazing way to reach those who are open-minded but don’t think about the issues — truck drivers, assembly line workers, people who are good people, but busy raising a family and earning a living. These people use the Internet and I thought, why not seize that?”

(via It’s More Than Okay to be Takei | Hyphen magazine - Asian American arts, culture, and politics)

softfilm:

Chinese-American Shipbuilder
“Los Angeles, Calif. — Miss Ethel Mildred Lee, 23-year-old girl born in this country of Chinese parents, is shown at her job as an electrician-helper at the Los Angeles yards of the California Shipbuilding Corporation, where she has worked for almost two years. Extra incentives to help the war effort are two brothers in the U.S. Army and one in the Navy yard at Honolulu, Hawaii. Miss Lee, who’s 4 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 98 pounds, buys $100 worth of War Bonds a month.” — January 20, 1944

softfilm:

Chinese-American Shipbuilder

“Los Angeles, Calif. — Miss Ethel Mildred Lee, 23-year-old girl born in this country of Chinese parents, is shown at her job as an electrician-helper at the Los Angeles yards of the California Shipbuilding Corporation, where she has worked for almost two years. Extra incentives to help the war effort are two brothers in the U.S. Army and one in the Navy yard at Honolulu, Hawaii. Miss Lee, who’s 4 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 98 pounds, buys $100 worth of War Bonds a month.” — January 20, 1944

sgvapipflag:

We are hosting our first Afternoon Tea for Asian Parents with LGBT Children

Are you the child of parents who only speak Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean, or Vietnamese?

If you are an LGBT person who has come out to your parents, is there now an atmosphere of tension within your family? Do they not want to speak about “it”?

Do you have difficulty discussing issues of sexuality with them? Is it difficult partly due to your limited language skills?

Do your parents feel isolated because they do not know any other parent who has an LGBT child?

Come to the next afternoon tea for Asian parents with LGBT children, hosted by Andre’ Ting.

Afternoon Tea with Chinese* Parents
Sunday, June 16th 2012 at 3:00PM
701 S. Atlantic Blvd Suite 298 
Monterey Park, CA 91754

Hot tea and light snacks will be served Conversation will be general and informal

*The working language for this event will be in Mandarin Chinese

Afternoon Tea with Chinese Parents is part of the Afternoon Tea with Asian Parents series. Afternoon Teas in Korean, Vietnamese, and other languages will be held in the future.

To RSVP for the June 16th event or for more information, please contact Andre’ Ting at andreting@aol.com or (562) 697-7336 or (562) 686-1177

Please check out the newest Chinese language website dedicated to provide accurate information about LGBT people www.Chineseforfairness.com

asubtleselection:

reblogged via fuckyeahsouthasia:

Saleem Kidwai

PROJECT BOLO, meaning ‘Project Speak Up’, offers role models by documenting Indian LGBT persons — their growing up, struggles, love, career, achievements and life.

Project Bolo’s objective is to record Indian LGBT history, as well as inspire and empower the LGBT community in India, by presenting video interviews of LGBT persons and role models, who ‘speak up’ about their life and work.

To be honest?

titotito:

andyisjustdandy:

I’m getting sick of a lot of Filipino talent showcases because a good majority of it is all singers who play acoustic covers or originals on their guitar or ukuele. Which is cool. You’re talented. Congrats. You can sing and play a really common instrument. You have an amazing voice. That’s great! But its becoming to be a tad bit boring. Lack of performance or stage presence. Sure you may be a good performer or can connect to your audience, but whatever happened to the triple threats?

I wanna watch someone sing and dance and actually PERFORM. Maybe I just like things being flashy. But it would just be entertaining to see a triple threat like that on stage.

I’d do it, if I could actually sing and had backup singers and dancers, but I ain’t shit. Haha. I would just lipsync. Lol.

I have to admit, there are so many talented Filipino and Filipino American individuals on our campus and I really respect and admire their talent! Whenever there’s showcases on our campus, I feel like I see a lot of the same kinds of performances though. I mean, great for them for showcasing their talent, but I wonder why it’s just certain kinds of performances I see and not others? It’s cool seeing someone do an acoustic cover of a love ballad or perform a hip dance, but it’s like getting to the point where it’s the only thing I see. I wonder where all the spoken word is about social justice or alternative dance forms are? Maybe this is just me, but I would like to see more variety in these shows. Honestly, I don’t see myself or my own talents reflected when I watch these shows and that discourages me even more from participating in them and showcasing what I have. I wonder if this happens to anyone else?