Post(s) tagged with "love"

I wanna talk about 'I love you/I know' ⇢


Right? ‘Cause everyone I know takes this (the first gif above, the one from Empire Strikes Back) as like a ‘LOL! Han is such a dick here and LOL!women so much more emotional than men’ - like this whole scene is about how he wouldn’t say I love you, and she would. Like, it…


Source: rhube




so this is a thing

a bunch of moms are making letters+audio recordings of affirming, validating letters to queer/trans* people who don’t get that kind of support from their moms

i would say more about it but

im kind of busy in this puddle of tears on the floor so

In case any of my followers don’t have this kind of support from home…

my mom did this and if you need an honourary mother i promise she would be happy to talk to you

Source: gqgqqt

Extraordinary Photos of Drag Queens in Half Drag…

featured above are Honey Davenport and Miss Fame

"If my son wanted to dance, I would kill myself" ⇢

More parents like this please. 

10 Beautiful Words About Love That Don'€™t Exist in English ⇢



…i didn’t cry drawing it…

Source: cuteosphere


Oh my god lesbian weddings always make me crryyy!!! This one is so cute I’m going to die!!!

'Accept' and 'Tolerate' My Gay Kid? That's Not Good Enough ⇢

With politicians there is a lot talk of “acceptance” and “tolerance” when it comes to homosexuality, and I can’t help but think that those are the wrong words. I accept the fact that I have to pay taxes. I tolerate the fact that I have to go to the dentist. Why should either of those words apply to how a parent feels about their child?

Words like “accept” and “tolerate” do not indicate good things; in the context of homosexuality, they imply that there is something wrong with being gay that parents have to put up with. That is not a good message.


goodgraph: Love Polygons
via camerasaremyeyes


goodgraphLove Polygons

via camerasaremyeyes

Source: goodgraph

Learn all about the science of love with Asap Science!

A fun and beautiful song about same sex love and, really, love in general.

Eulis, Affectional Alchemy: The History of Love by by Paschal Beverly Randolph, M.D.
from the Center for Sex and Culture Library
Photo by Marilyn Roxie

Eulis, Affectional Alchemy: The History of Love by by Paschal Beverly Randolph, M.D.

from the Center for Sex and Culture Library

Photo by Marilyn Roxie

Loading more posts


The Center for Sex and Culture provides a judgment-free education, cultural events, a library/media archive, and other resources to audiences across the sexual and gender spectrum. From our San Francisco home we promote creativity, information and healthy sexual knowledge.

Current CSC bloggers: Marilyn Roxie, Miss Andry, MissIan, and Shayna Sparling

Subscribe via RSS

Twitter Facebook
FetLife Kotango       

Blog posts are curated by Center for Sex and Culture interns and staff members, including event reminders, news about events at other organizations, and media content curated from other Tumblr sites with source attribution when available. If you would like to contact us about content removal, please e-mail

Online Bookstore
Vintage Mags for Sale
Alibris & Amazon Wishlists
Grace Alley Mural
Sexology Journals Database
Zine Catalog
Bookish Beasts

Ask me anything Submit