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knowhomo:

LGBTQ* History You Should Know
and probably never heard of…
JUGGS - The Place To Be
The following text and above picture from Trent Kelly’s Out In The Open:
Just Us Guys and Gals, or JUGGS for short, was the name of a East Coast social organization back in the 1930s. Membership was made up of Afro American men and women. By all outside appearances, JUGGS was the average nondescript social organization where professional men and women came to socialize, network, and throw the occasional fancy dress ball. These appearances were deceiving. This particular social club was made up of gays and lesbians. To onlookers from the street, straight couples were always seen entering and exiting the JUGGS premises as members mad every effort to “pass.” One sex used the other as a cover, often going so far as to wed each other to keep up the appearance of being a straight couple and keep questions from friends and family at bey. Behind the safety of its closed doors, freedom was found to live momentarily outside the closet and maybe find that special same gender romantic relationship in a secure environment absent from the fear of misreading the signs and mistaking a straight person as gay or lesbian.
30roundrevolution:

robotcosmonaut:

Jeremy Chambers

I wish I could reblog this a billion times
I am jealous of your bedsheets — the ones you wrap yourself in over and over when you are unreasonably cold for the season. I am jealous of the people who get to pass by you in the metro and who will never know your name. They don’t know that they are lucky, that their shoulders touch someone wonderful.
Chelsea Fagan (via ugh)

(Source: hellanne, via hollipopx14)

blue-voids:

Duane Michals - Duane Duck, 1984

Alina Szapocznikow, Ceramika II, Ceramika I and Ceramika III, 1965
lilthot:

is that kylie jenner
lafilleducoupeurdejoint:

Fleurs de Lune; Abd Al Malik

Seiichi Hayashi