This studio was created for people in the LGBTQ+ community to have a safe space. When I first created this studio, I didn’t have a place where I would be who I was. This studio became that safe space for me (the creator of studio) and I hope that it can be that for anyone else who comes across it. In this studio, you can ask for advice, support, talk to anyone, or even make friends.
Love is importantly to everyone no matter their background, beliefs, and character.
Love heals. Love connects.
Give the heart what it wants!
Your sexuality and gender identity aren’t the only things that define you. We are more than that.
Who I love doesn't determine my worth. Love is wonderful and we should embrace it. Love has no rules. Don't let people define who you should love. be Who You Are.
Normalize asking for pronouns.
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If you see somebody behaving disrespectfully in the comments, these are the approved actions:
- Tell them to stop
- Ignore any insults
- Do not insult them at all
- Tell a manager
-Report them / their comment if necessary
This is not a debate studio.
~ Blake and Nel
QOTW: what advice would u have liked to receive when you were first questioning your gender / sexuality?
If you want to curate, simply just ask in the 'comments' section. The managers will add you.
We will choose a manager based off of their support, kindness, and how active you are in this studio.
People who we’re considering to promote to manager:
Just a quick note! If you spam for the __000th comment, we will give it to the next person who comments. This has happened multiple times before and we want to be able to read previous comments if they are needed.
Meet The Managers:
"Greetings my fellows Gays , I’m lesbian and my pronouns are Mars/marself they/them. I'm a queer artist and advocate/ educator of LGBTQ+ Community and Tics / Tourette’s. I’m here if any of you need support or would like someone to talk to <3
- @CLAGNorab (founder)
“Heyyy! You can call me Lexi or Skye (internet name or real name.). I am an ally and support LGBTQ+ wholeheartedly. My pronouns are she/her. I’m a volleyball player and tennis player. Love to keep my friends close. I’m here for each and every one of you and I’d love to chat!”
- @alwayslexi (updated 5/10/21)
''Hello! You can call me dragonfly, I guess. I'm gay and questioning gray-asexual, for my gender, I'm a genderflux demigirl. I go by they/them or she/her pronouns. I love to write and dance, and I'm always open to talk.''
''Sup, I'm Blake. I'm a non-binary Australian (she/they) and I'm pretty darn gay. I'm a photography student who likes art, 80's/90's music and jamming on my guitar. Peace.''
''They/them. Enough about me already. You're amazing. I love you.''
"Hey, I’m spIatter! She/her. Not much else to say but I’m always here to talk”
''Allo! I'm Ais, a genderfluid asexual that only likes girls. I'm here to help anyone who needs help with anything!''
"It's a little depressing to see this studio's occasional sparks of life, only for them to swiftly die out."
"Hey, I'm Sader! I'm not entirely sure of my gender, but I use all pronouns, and I'm gay. I love theater, music and art. That's pretty much it. Stay safe!"
"Hi! I'm Rowan, a trans and queer artist and coder."
How To Politely disarm A Homophobe (by Nel):
Feed them gay pancakes.