This baby goat as won the internet and our hearts. Try not to tear up to this story when it’s paired with music in the full video with music here.
just kill me and be done with it already, because this is the cutest thing i’ve ever seen! :’)
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On the evening of Thursday May 29th the new exhibit “Biconic Flashpoints: 4 Decades of Bay Area Bisexual Politics” will open in the Community Gallery of San Francisco’s GLBT History Museum. Drawing on materials from the personal archives of longtime bisexual activists as well as the holdings of the GLBT Historical Society’s archives, the Biconic Flashpoints exhibit will showcase never-displayed artifacts, video, and photos from key moments in the Bay Area’s bisexual political history. The curators include:
- Lani Ka’ahumanu, a BiPOL founding organizer, co-editor of Bi Any Other Name, activist, poet, educator, performer and visionary grandmother.
- Emily Drennen, an outspoken bisexual and sustainable transportation advocate who loves spending time with her wife, Lindasusan, and their foster-adopt son.
- Martin Rawlings-Fein, a published author, bisexual and trans activist, filmmaker, and Jewish educator studying to become a rabbi.
- Lindasusan Ulrich is a writer, musician, activist, and future Unitarian Universalist minister dedicated to a vision of radical welcome.
Often referred to as San Francisco’s "queer Smithsonian," the GLBT Historical Society houses one of the world’s largest collections of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender historical materials. Located in San Francisco’s Castro District, the society’s GLBT History Museum is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of its kind in the United States. The museum celebrates 100 years of the city’s vast queer past through dynamic and surprising exhibitions and programming.
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Note: Look everyone. The "END MONOSEXISM" graffiti was from the 1993 March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation (no Trans allowed yet by order of Big Gay Inc. But the ONLY Bisexual Speaker allowed, a QWoC Ingenious People’s Activist stood strong against that). That was over 20 years ago.
What was that I thought I heard people saying? That there is no such thing as Bi History? That Bisexual People never contributed to the Queer Nation? That Bisexuals are just closet case, party-hearty sluts or a recent invention of privileged, transphobic, white, cisgender, teenagers on Tumblr?
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HE IS ASKED TO COME CLOSE AND SNUGGLE AND HE IS SO HAPPY TO
i die a little each time this is way too cute ok
if i don’t reblog that gif consider that i’m in danger
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