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24. feminist. ๐Ÿณ๏ธโ€๐ŸŒˆ โ€œNot todayโ€ - Arya Stark, 2019.

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Sicily, you were amazing ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡นโค๏ธ

Iโ€™ve tried to find the right words to describe what it feels like to be able to live comfortably in โ€œmy truthโ€ and nothing I write does it justice. Itโ€™s freeing and vulnerable, itโ€™s exciting and overwhelming, itโ€™s absolutely terrifying but so comforting. Knowing what you are and living in it. So Iโ€™m going to talk about those that canโ€™t live in it. For fear of judgement or worse death. There are a number of countries in which being LGBT+ is still a punishable crime. In a lot of countries itโ€™s punishable by death. Just holding hands with someone of the same sex can have you killed. That fear can not be understood unless it is lived. There are thousands of kids that are right now absolutely terrified to even tell their own families how they feel for fear of being kicked out, beaten or murdered. Same sex marriage is still a far away dream for so many couples all over the world. The average life expectancy of black trans women is 35 years old. LGB youth attempt suicide 5times more than het youth. 40% of trans people have attempted suicide, 92% before the age of 25. Can you imagine that kind of fear? Thatโ€™s why ideas of โ€œstraight prideโ€ infuriate me. Heterosexuality is the norm. It is normalised to the point we label children before they can even understand sexuality. Christmas cards in shops only depict a cis man and woman. We only see heterosexuality. We celebrate pride because we are told every day we are sick, we are disgusting, we are incapable of real love, we shouldnโ€™t be around children, we shouldnโ€™t be allowed to have our own children. Weโ€™re incapable of loving children. Itโ€™s just a phase, weโ€™ll grow out of it. Weโ€™re more promiscuous. Weโ€™re more likely to be sexual predators. All because we cannot choose who we love. Let us live. Let us love. Happy Pride Month โค๏ธ๐Ÿงก๐Ÿ’›๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿ’™๐Ÿ’œ - - - - ๐ŸŒˆ ๐ŸŒˆ

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Iโ€™m about to rant but please bear with me. Today parents are protesting outside schools in Birmingham because the schools wants to introduce LGBT+ into sex education. They wonโ€™t be teaching them about gay sex. Just that same sex couples exist and we should as human beings respect that choice. What is SO wrong about that? Iโ€™m bisexual. This is no secret. I am also exhausted. I went on twitter and the homophobes are out in full force and I canโ€™t even muster up the energy to fight them today because with this and the abortion bans in America right now, Iโ€™m all out of fight. I donโ€™t want to log on to social media and feel like I have to argue a case as to why you should treat me with decency and respect because I like women as much as I like men. Why do I have to fight for that? I also, as a person that can bear children, shouldnโ€™t feel like I have to argue for why I should be allowed to have a SAFE and LEGAL abortion should I ever want one. Some states are even ruling it out should one be NEEDED. An 11 year female rape victim is being forced to carry a pregnancy full term despite the risks it poses to her health. She is a living, breathing and healthy CHILD and theyโ€™re about to turn her life upside down, as if she hasnโ€™t already been through enough? So today, as a bisexual woman. I am absolutely exhausted. I am tired of fighting for what should just be my right because it is my body. It is my choice who I love or lay down with and it is my choice if I have a child or when I have a child, or not if I decide I simply donโ€™t want to. Iโ€™m tired.

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purely for the aesthetic.

pretty in pink.

24 looks good on me.

the album cover.

We come through like Funky Friday โœจ

Recently, you would have heard about the young girl who had her underwear used against her in a court case where she accused a man of raping her. Off the back of this, a story from 2002 started circulating social media again where a 17 year old girl who had been made to hold her thong up in court later killed her self because she couldnโ€™t live with the humiliation. Despite her attacker being found guilty, she felt she couldnโ€™t live with the shame forced on her. What women decide to wear, especially under their clothes, does not equate to consent for sex. Society needs to start teaching men not to rape and stop telling women how to dress. If we spent more time shaming men for being rapists than we do shaming women for being raped, we just might see progress. Iโ€™m tired of women being turned into villains of stories they are victims of. Enough is enough. Our underwear is not consent.

Happy Black History Month! I hope for non black people, this is a month of education and growth, learning to be open minded and to check your privilege in all spaces. Uplift the voices of black people, and use your privilege to give them a platform they wouldnโ€™t otherwise have. I want to especially uplift black women, and will spend this month learning history of trailblazing British black women. And to black people - Enjoy and let your voice be heard.

โ€˜ainโ€™t no way to stop this loveโ€™ happy 4th anniversary ๐Ÿ’›

will love you til the end ๐Ÿ’“

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