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America, Tinder, and Ireland: tt Matched in Dubai in 2014, engaged in Qatar in 2017, moved to America in 2018, married in Ireland in 2019. Thanks Tinder.
America, Tinder, and Ireland: tt
Matched in Dubai in 2014, engaged in Qatar in 2017, moved to America in 2018, married in Ireland in 2019. Thanks Tinder.

Matched in Dubai in 2014, engaged in Qatar in 2017, moved to America in 2018, married in Ireland in 2019. Thanks Tinder.

Beautiful, Definitely, and Gif: @raegeii- Aug 12 Rae Geiger #unofficial #fanart back in 2017 when we were working on princess prom wanted to design prom outfits for two of my favs who didnt get them, even though one of them was definitely not invited to prom 113 t1.5K 5.7K Retweeted t Rae Geiger aaron@lordbilingual Aug 11 oh my god they were lab partners...ntrapdak #SheRa Josie Campbell @CozyJamble Aug 12 Replying to @raegeii I think this was the first drawing you ever taped to my door! I ADORE IT!! 2 26 @raegeii Aug 12 Rae Geiger I was on my bullshit from the START 28 1 Josie Campbell @CozyJamble Aug 12 Day 1,I didn't know you, but I DID know Entrapta was a woman who deserves to be in spats, with a dressy bf! THUS A FRIENDSHIP WAS BORN 28 t1 Josie Campbell @CozyJamble 4h IT IS ALWAYS ENOUGH DAYS TO TALK ABOUT ENTRAPDAK! [excited laughter GIF 1 26 1 FlameCon K92 @kateleth - 4h Kate Leth It's so GOOD 1 6 Josie Campbell @CozyJamble 4h As the main architect of this ship on the script side of the show, this is imperfect, beautiful music to my ears 1 17 Josie Campbell @CozyJamble Replying to @kateleth Throwing props to @Sizzlemanski who boarded a HUGE amount of Entrapta, and also specifically that gorgeous "imperfection" sequence with her being backlit and Hordak losing his damn mind! 1:56 PM Aug 14, 2019 Twitter for iPhone 15 Likes Sam szymanski @Sizzlemanski 2h Replying to@CozyJamble and @kateleth It was such a joy boarding the stuff we got from you and the writers! shout out to @Dwooman_art for doing the final boards after my roughs for that scene and turning it into an absolutely beautiful moment! 2 8 iamtypinglike98madmen: There’s just something so wonderful about seeing the show’s crew celebrate Entrapdak 
Beautiful, Definitely, and Gif: @raegeii- Aug 12
 Rae Geiger
 #unofficial #fanart back in 2017 when we were working on princess prom
 wanted to design prom outfits for two of my favs who didnt get them, even
 though one of them was definitely not invited to prom
 113
 t1.5K
 5.7K
 Retweeted
 t Rae Geiger
 aaron@lordbilingual Aug 11
 oh my god they were lab partners...ntrapdak #SheRa

 Josie Campbell @CozyJamble Aug 12
 Replying to @raegeii
 I think this was the first drawing you ever taped to my door! I ADORE IT!!
 2
 26
 @raegeii Aug 12
 Rae Geiger
 I was on my bullshit from the START
 28
 1
 Josie Campbell @CozyJamble Aug 12
 Day 1,I didn't know you, but I DID know Entrapta was a woman who deserves
 to be in spats, with a dressy bf! THUS A FRIENDSHIP WAS BORN
 28
 t1

 Josie Campbell @CozyJamble 4h
 IT IS ALWAYS ENOUGH DAYS TO TALK ABOUT ENTRAPDAK!
 [excited laughter
 GIF
 1
 26
 1
 FlameCon K92
 @kateleth - 4h
 Kate Leth
 It's so GOOD
 1
 6
 Josie Campbell @CozyJamble 4h
 As the main architect of this ship on the script side of the show, this is
 imperfect, beautiful music to my ears
 1
 17

 Josie Campbell
 @CozyJamble
 Replying to @kateleth
 Throwing props to @Sizzlemanski who boarded a
 HUGE amount of Entrapta, and also specifically that
 gorgeous "imperfection" sequence with her being
 backlit and Hordak losing his damn mind!
 1:56 PM Aug 14, 2019 Twitter for iPhone
 15 Likes
 Sam szymanski @Sizzlemanski 2h
 Replying to@CozyJamble and @kateleth
 It was such a joy boarding the stuff we got from you and the writers!
 shout out to @Dwooman_art for doing the final boards after my roughs for
 that scene and turning it into an absolutely beautiful moment!
 2
 8
iamtypinglike98madmen:

There’s just something so wonderful about seeing the show’s crew celebrate Entrapdak 

iamtypinglike98madmen: There’s just something so wonderful about seeing the show’s crew celebrate Entrapdak 

Phone, Camera, and Fancy: In 2017 I had the privilege of working at Palmer Station in Antarctica. I didn't have a fancy camera but I'm still proud of this shot I got with my phones camera.
Phone, Camera, and Fancy: In 2017 I had the privilege of working at Palmer Station in Antarctica. I didn't have a fancy camera but I'm still proud of this shot I got with my phones camera.

In 2017 I had the privilege of working at Palmer Station in Antarctica. I didn't have a fancy camera but I'm still proud of this shot I got ...

Birthday, Community, and Lesbians: maireddog: Mark Ashton died on this day, the 11th of February, in 1987. Mark was born on the 19th of May, 1960 in Oldham, but grew up in Portrush, Northern Ireland. He moved to London in 1978, where he worked in a bar in King’s Cross, in drag as a barmaid with a blonde beehive. In the 1980s, he volunteered for London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard, campaigned for CND and joined the Communist Party, becoming the first gay secretary of the Young Communist League. Though Mark transformed the Party’s approach to LGBT rights, he and Mike Jackson, who he’d met through Switchboard, wanted to be active as openly gay people. They formed Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM) when they collected donations for miners on strike at 1984 Gay Pride. In the evening of 1984 Pride, a miner spoke at a rally, and they were struck by the similarities between the two struggle, of LGBT rights and the Miners’ Strike. Having collected about £150, they advertised a meeting in Capital Gay. 11 people turned up and from the meeting they made a leaflet to launch LGSM - the leaflet was accepted except with an amendment to ‘one in ten miners is gay.’ As LGSM, they supported the miners as lesbian and gay people. At the second meeting, they decided to focus on one community, of the Dulais Valley, as one of the members, Hugh Williams, was from there. They then met David (Dai) Donovan, who also had thought through the similarities of their struggles and how LGSM could help. A month later, 27 lesbians and gay men, arrived at Onllwyn village in Dulais Valley. Other than some hostility (and confusion towards vegetarianism), they experienced warmth, friendship and solidarity. LGSM raised £20,000 for families of miners on strike, and based on The Sun writing that “a group of perverts” were “supporting the pits,” they organised the Pits and Perverts concert in December, 1984, headlined by Bronski Beat. The miners marched with LGSM at Gay Pride in 1985. Mark was admitted to hospital on 30th January, 1987, and died 12 days later from pneumonia, aged 26. At his memorial, there were banners from the Communist Party, Anti-Apartheid, anti-nuclear, Caribbean and community groups, as well as from LGSM. The Mark Ashton Trust was created to support individuals diagnosed with Aids; Mark is also remembered on the UK Aids Memorial Quilt and by Terrence Higgins Trust, with the Mark Ashton Red Ribbon Fund and a plaque at their London headquarters. In 2017, on what would have been his 57th birthday, he was honoured with a blue plaque above Gay’s The Word bookshop. [Images: 1. Mark Ashton at Gay Pride 1981. 2. Mark Ashton at Gay Pride 1985, wearing a LGSM t-shirt and holding a pink “Communist Party” banner with the words “pinko commie queers.” 3. Blue plaque reading: “Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners. Mark Ashton 1960-1987. Political and Community Activist. LGSM met at Gay’s the Word bookship on this site 1984/5.”]
Birthday, Community, and Lesbians: maireddog:
Mark Ashton died on this day, the 11th of February, in 1987. 
Mark 
was born on the 19th of May, 1960 in Oldham, but grew up in Portrush, Northern Ireland. He moved to London in 1978, where he worked in
 a bar in King’s Cross, in drag as a barmaid with a blonde beehive.
In
 the 1980s, he volunteered for London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard, 
campaigned for CND and joined the Communist Party, becoming the first gay secretary of the Young Communist League. Though Mark transformed the Party’s approach to LGBT rights, he and Mike Jackson, who he’d met through Switchboard, wanted to be active as openly gay people. They formed 
Lesbians and Gays Support the Miners (LGSM) when they collected donations for miners on strike at 1984 Gay Pride.
In the evening of 1984 Pride, a miner spoke at a rally, and they were struck by the similarities between the two struggle, of LGBT rights and the Miners’ Strike. Having collected about £150, they advertised a meeting in Capital Gay. 11 people turned up and from the meeting they made a leaflet to launch LGSM - the leaflet was accepted except with an amendment to ‘one in ten miners is gay.’ 
As LGSM, they supported the miners as lesbian and gay people. At the second meeting, they decided to focus on one community, of the Dulais Valley, as one of the members, Hugh Williams, was from there. They then met David (Dai) Donovan, who also had thought through the similarities of their struggles and how LGSM could help. A month later, 27 lesbians and gay men, arrived at Onllwyn village in Dulais Valley. 
Other than some hostility (and confusion towards vegetarianism), they experienced warmth, friendship and solidarity. LGSM raised £20,000 for families of miners on strike, and based on The Sun writing that “a group of perverts” were “supporting the pits,” they organised the Pits and Perverts concert in December, 1984, headlined by Bronski Beat. The miners marched with LGSM at Gay Pride in 1985. 
Mark was admitted to hospital on 30th January, 1987, and died 12 days later from pneumonia, aged 26. At his memorial, there were banners from the Communist Party, Anti-Apartheid, anti-nuclear, Caribbean and community groups, as well as from LGSM. The Mark Ashton Trust was created to support individuals 
diagnosed with Aids; Mark is also remembered on the UK Aids Memorial 
Quilt and by Terrence Higgins Trust, with the Mark Ashton Red Ribbon 
Fund and a plaque at their London headquarters. In 2017, on what would have been his 57th birthday, he was honoured with a blue 
plaque above Gay’s The Word bookshop. 

[Images: 1. Mark Ashton at Gay Pride 1981. 2. Mark Ashton at Gay 
Pride 
1985, wearing a LGSM t-shirt and holding a pink “Communist Party” banner
 with the words “pinko commie queers.” 3. Blue plaque reading: “Lesbians
 and Gays Support the Miners. Mark Ashton 1960-1987. Political and 
Community Activist. LGSM met at Gay’s the Word bookship on this site 
1984/5.”]

maireddog: Mark Ashton died on this day, the 11th of February, in 1987. Mark was born on the 19th of May, 1960 in Oldham, but grew up in P...