Braden Summers’ All Love Is Equal

Most of you have probably seen the photography series All Love Is Equal by Braden Summers, but if you haven’t, I’d thought I’d share it with you. You can find the Buzz Feed article here or if you click on the pictures.

Summers, a gay man and a photographer, got tired of the misrepresentation of gay men and women in media and thought to change it himself, travelling all over the world, creating romantic scenes with a click of his finger. Show the world that love is beautiful, love is equal.

His own website can be found here.


Best Speech For Marriage Equality. Ever.

“Rainbow Across My Electorate”

Politican Maurice Williams stands in front of the Parliament of Pakarunga, New Zealand and delivers the most heartfelt and hilarious speech for the bill of marriage equality.

Asexual Brother?

So I’ve always wondered what my brother thinks about sexuality and last week I asked him. He’s 19 to be 20, he has asperger and mostly acts like he’s 14. I talked to him about sexuality not being black and white. I told him what bisexuality, pansexuality and asexuality was. That you can love and find anyone attractive, or you don’t have to feel attracted to anyone at all and that’s okay. I told I was asking since when he came to visit me where I lived I shared my apartment with a gay couple and I wanted to know how comfortable he’d been with that. He answered that he hadn’t really thought about it. Then I asked him what he thought he liked. He hesitated a bit and the said that he didn’t really feel attracted to anyone, boy or girl. I told him that’s okay, and it is. If he later on in life settles down with a woman I won’t give it much thought, and even if I think it’s unlikely that he’ll ever settle down that way with a boy, I wouldn’t bat an eyelash. As it is, my brother doesn’t like either boys or girls and if that is how it’ll be for the rest of his life, I’ll support him fully, as I always have.