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#happiness #success #life #meaning #ViktorFrankl

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I usually get sad at dusk but with a sight like this in a place that’s like paradise, I am all smiles. ☺️ #ElNidoResorts #ApulitIsland #Palawan #beach #island (at El Nido Resorts, Apulit Island)

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#OvernightOats in #chocolate #soymilk topped with organic La Trinidad #strawberries. Yum! 👌

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Last morning in #Baguio. Gonna miss the cold, the #fog, and the food! See you again soon! 😘 (at Baguio City - Summer Capital of the Philippines)

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You are the universe’s proof to me that shared joy is double joy, and shared sorrow is half sorrow. It has been almost 10 years since you’ve been making my life so beautiful. I am so lucky and blessed to have you. You are my favorite and most treasured infinity. I love you. Happy birthday, baby! @apollobutay

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Please follow @dress2impress_ph for Original Penguin classic shirts and button downs. Text me at 09479945265 for reservations. This is my way of helping you (or your loved one’s) increase your pogi points. YOU’RE WELCOME. LOL 😘 #OriginalPenguinPH #PenguinPH

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A trip to Baguio is just not complete with a trip to Choco-late de Batirol. Perfect for this rainy, chilly afternoon! (at Choco-Late De Batirol Baguio)

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First time in a legit #barbershop in a long time. 👍 (at Session Road, Bagiuo City)

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This is what afternoons should be like: sipping loose-leaf green tea sweetened with real pure honey while breathing the freshest air and taking in this scenery. (at Le Monet Hotel Camp John Hay)

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Home for the weekend with my birthday boy @apollobutay 💖 I haven’t been here in 7 years! I’ve missed you, #Baguio!!! #LeMonetHotel (at Le Monet Hotel Camp John Hay)

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natashavc:

Here is the only thing that gets me excited about the World Cup! GENDERFUCKING!! I wrote profile on Jayiah Saelua, the first transgender player to compete in a World Cup qualifier. Even though she would prefer that you called her something else:

Fa’afafine, which translates to “in the manner of a woman,” is American Samoa’s recognized and embraced third gender. Fa’afafine are Polynesians who are born biologically male but dress and live essentially like women. They take male lovers, wear makeup, and wrap their bodies in dresses, but they do not consider themselves women.

“In my culture, we believe there are two spirits inside every person,” Saelua says, “one masculine and one feminine. A fa’afafine is more in touch with the feminine spirit, but we still have a male spirit inside us.” According to Saelua, the fa’afafine of American Samoa aren’t trans, cross-dressers, or drag queens—they’re not even queer. “There’s no such thing as gay on the island,” Saelua says.

HERE IS MY PROFILE ON HER FOR OUT MAGAZINE.

(via newsweek)

Source: natashavc
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homotography:

Truman Capote by Carl Van Vechten

Source: homotography
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Mixed greens (arugula, green ice, lollo rosa, red sails, romaine) in mango vinaigrette. And of course, some ribeye steak. 👌#healthyeats #organic

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Snacking on #almondmilk, and #fruits. #mangoes #melon #honeydew #grapes #papaya #watermelon #pomelo #healthyeats