🍷 Felt cute, might delete when I’m sober
🎂🎉🍾 Happy Birthday darling @phoebejtonkin you are one of the coolest, sweetest and funnest girls I know. So glad to call you a friend 😘 #phoebetonkin
👑 I’m so bad with slang. Is that what the gay’s mean by Yaaaaaasss KAWEEN
🐶 They say home is where the ❤️ is. Truth is give me a bottle of gin, 4 dogs, a @maisonvalentino silk shirt, and she’ll make a home anywhere.
👋🏻 🇫🇷 Marseilles 👋🏻 🇬🇧London
Which color next?
🎩👰🏼 Wedding season
#Pink to make the boys wink 😉 💕
🍾 Dress for the job you want. I was going for rich, upper east side housewife that drinks gin at midday, wears white after Labor day and has two full size poodles called Gin and Tonic.
🌈 I wanted to share my story about what gay #PRIDE means to me. I was teased at school, called all the usual derogatory names like fag, queer, homo etc...... this I could deal with. It was generic school boy behavior, they didn’t understand me so they used words that were insulting and hurtful. I was never scared or threatened, I mostly hung out with girls and they loved me so I had my people. It was a few experiences later that really affected me for most of my adult life. I was on a train coming back from hair school, I was maybe 17 or 18 years old and a group of 6 or so drunk men aggressively pushed me around, spat on me, held me on the floor and called me names while making sexual advances. This truly terrified me. Weirdly I never told anyone for years as I was so ashamed. I had another similar experience on the street a year later, as well as more homophobic slurs from strangers through the years. I began to recoil and wanted to be invisible. I changed from a creative aspiring hair stylist with wacky hair to wanting to hide. I was ashamed to be gay. I thought if I hid my sexuality as much as possible, I’d never be victimized again. So for years I would only go out in black with a baseball cap on and only dress or behave how I really wanted to, or be “gay” in a safe environment, where I knew I wouldn’t be a target. I know people have been through way worse and have horrific stories. For me, this is not a sob story, it’s more about how important gay #pride is. I was lucky, when I came out, my family were supportive, but I’ve always found it crazy that a few strangers could effect my life so much. Even now, years later, I still have some anxiety in certain places, but I choose to stick my 🖕🏻up at those haters. Sometimes it’s something small, like a picture of me in a pink robe being “camp” on Instagram or just walking down the street with my head held high. To me, love is love and as Lady Gaga once said “no matter gay straight or bi, lesbian transgendered life I’m on the right track baby we were born to survive”. So the moral of my story is, don’t ever let anyone take your #pride, they’ll try, but they can't.
Monday morning necessities 🌸flowers ✔️ 🧁carbs ✔️15 cups of ☕️ ✔️ does nothing for the rest of the day because of Monday scaries ✔️
🏳️🌈 Excited for these new @wellahairusa limited LOVE edition #Eimi products 🌈 I’ve always felt lucky that I work in an industry and with a brand that not only supports the LGBTQ+ community but also celebrates it. 💕 Available now at your local wella professionals salon @wellahair #wellahair #pride 🏳️🌈 by @todddelano143 #ad
One of my favorite women in the 🌎 is my Grandma. She taught me so much and I don’t know what I’d do without her 💕 I Love you @pollywood9804 💕😘
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#Sunday the official face of jet lag 🥴