Category: lgbtq

p4creations: Four of a Kind: 26Four of a Kind is back, with…

p4creations:

Four of a Kind: 26

Four of a Kind is back, with it’s 26th Edition!

We’re going to be doing everything digital now, so I hope you like the new art style.

I hope this project can continue for the majority of P4’s run. As I think there are so many asexual perspectives out there and no one perspective is the same, or any less significant than the other. Our community is the lovely patchwork of varying individuals and I hope this project can always put that on full display!

❦ Grace Procella
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Without you, we couldn’t do this kind of stuff. With your help we can spread awareness, education and, positivity evermore!

If you would like to donate, check us out at:
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ID Please: Quick Guide to Changing Federal Identity Documents | Transgender Law Center

ID Please: Quick Guide to Changing Federal Identity Documents | Transgender Law Center

lgbtqmoody: asexual skeletons for @howl-miint 💀

lgbtqmoody:

asexual skeletons for @howl-miint 💀

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were-all-queer-here: ✨lgbtq blog✨

were-all-queer-here:

✨lgbtq blog✨

plannedparenthood: Coming Out is different for everyone. We…

plannedparenthood:

Coming Out is different for everyone. We asked our Instagram and Tumblr community what it feels like to come out and here are their answers. 

Remember that deciding whether to come out, when to do it, and to whom is completely up to you. You don’t have to be out everywhere all the time if it doesn’t feel safe.

Click here for resources and information on coming out>>

Arizona Supreme Court says non-biological same-sex parents get equal parental rights

Arizona Supreme Court says non-biological same-sex parents get equal parental rights:

gaywrites:

This week, the Arizona Supreme Court ruled in favor of a woman seeking equal parenting rights after divorcing from her wife. 

The Court said that based on SCOTUS precedent, same-sex couples must be treated the same as different-sex couples with regard to parenting rights, such as in cases where they are determining the rights of non-biological parents. 

The ruling involves a case stemming from artificial insemination. Arizona law assumes the man in a marriage is the father of any child born within 10 months of a marriage. But it doesn’t establish any rights in artificial insemination cases for the non-biological parent of the same sex.

The Arizona Supreme Court could have thrown out the law, but instead extended it to include women in similar circumstances.

Citing the 2015 U.S. Supreme Court decision that legalized gay marriage nationwide, Arizona Chief Justice Scott Bales wrote, “It would be inconsistent with Obergefell to conclude that same-sex couples can legally marry but states can then deny them the same benefits of marriage afforded opposite-sex couples.”

This is really important. 

thetrevorproject: Trevie, our gender queer asexual co-worker,…

thetrevorproject:

Trevie, our gender queer asexual co-worker, is celebrating #biweek. They believes all identities deserve love and support. If you need someone to listen, #lgbtq youth, our lifeline is available 24-7 at 866-488-7386 or we have a supportive online community at TrevorSpace.org. #lgbtq #youth #asexual #bisexual #lesbian #gay #health #wellness #suicidepreventionmonth

celepom: You’re worth more than that.

celepom:

You’re worth more than that.

vanweirder: Ace ♥️♣️♦️♠️

vanweirder:

Ace ♥️♣️♦️♠️