[Image: Photo of a dark-skinned person holding up a red sign that reads, “Everyone has a right to life. A lesbian woman has a right to live.”]
A Lesbian Woman has A Right to Live (by Lauren Barkume)
From 2010: “At the 7th annual Soweto Pride March, held in Meadowlands, Soweto, South Africa. The march is held in the location of the brutal murders of 2 lesbians 4 years ago. The goal of Soweto pride is to ensure that lesbians in the township no longer fall victim to homophobic attacks.”
[Image: Art of two Black women smiling serenely and holding a book together, which says “Prayers” on the front and has a double female symbol on the back.]
Diana King comes out: Prominent Jamaican singer admits to being a lesbian
Internationally acclaimed Jamaican singer, Diana King has taken an unprecedented step within the local music industry as she dropped a bombshell on Thursday, admitting that she is a lesbian.
The highly regarded Reggae singer, known for classics such as Shy Guy, I Say A Little Prayer and L-L-Lies made the confession through a note which she issued on her official Facebook page. It’s a historic moment within the local music industry as she’s the first artiste of note to come out as a homosexual.
In her note, King wrote, “My name is DIANA EUGENA KING, known to most as DIANA KING my fans call me KingSinga.”
“I AM … WOMAN … MOTHER … AUNT … JAMAICAN … AMERICAN … INTERNATIONAL ARTIST … SINGER … SONGWRITER … BAND LEADER … FRIEND … LOVER … ENTREPRENEUR … GODDESS! among other things AND YES!!!…I AM A LESBIAN … the answer to my most asked INDIRECT question. I welcome the “WHO CARES” right now. LOL.”
[Image: Photo of a a woman of color at a pride event. She has rainbow extensions in her hair and is grinning and winking with a peace sign.]
[Image: Photo from a pride event of two female-presenting people. One, kneeling on the pavement, is white with a mohawk, blue lipstick, blue corset and fishnets. The other is African American and dressed in a sylistic, femme police outfit. The latter holds a chain that runs from the collar worn by the former; their hands intertwine around the latter’s thigh.]
Black & Blue (by evanembee)
[Image: Photo of a grinning person of color at a pride event. They are wearing a rainbow tie.]
[Image: art of Meg from Hercules and Ariel from The Little Mermaid, faces together all blushily and Meg embracing Ariel from behind. Ariel has her blue dress on (and legs).]
[Image: art of two pale-skinned women, one femme and the other butch. The femme is wearing a polkadot dress and straddling the butch’s lap, arms and legs wrapped around each other. They are looking into each other’s eyes.]
LOL fuq shadows we dont have them.
(jk ill add them later)