Lgtbq Quotes

Quotes tagged as "lgtbq" (showing 1-8 of 8)
Cassandra Clare
“Isabelle was holding an umbrella. It was clear plastic, decorated with decals of colorful flowers. It was one of the girliest things Simon had ever seen, and he didn’t blame Alec for ducking out from under it and taking his chances with the rain.”
Cassandra Clare, City of Lost Souls

I.W. Gregorio
“That was When I realized that life was a multiple-choice test with two answerd: Male and Female, And I was None Of The Above.”
I.W. Gregorio, None of the Above

Virginia Woolf
“yet she could not resist sometimes yielding to the charm of a woman, not a girl, of a woman confessing, as to her they often did, some scrape, some folly. And whether it was pity, or their beauty, or that she was older, or some accident-like a faint scent, or a violin next door (so strange is the power of sounds at certain moments), she did undoubtedly then feel what men felt.”
Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway

Isabel Quintero
“I don’t want us to be ashamed anymore (we all were crying by this point) of being pregnant or gay or poor or having a crackhead dad! I want us to be fucking proud of ourselves. (...) So we have to be proud and always remember who we are and when we make it to college, who we were.”
Isabel Quintero, Gabi, a Girl in Pieces

“She follows her nose and stands once more before the doors of a quintessential dilemma. Male or Female. Here is her paradox. A staccato voice seems to challenge her, berate her. Hombre or Mujer. Mann or Frau. Homme or Femme. Gentleman or Lady. Com on, decide. She knows them all. She is them all. Not fluid or all-encompassing, gathering the harvest of the reaping fields, but fractured and split and bleeding. Her inner core weeping out of itself. There is nothing for hermaphrodites. It's too confusing. The words rattle around in her earbones, androgynous and humming. How can she choose? She cannot choose. To choose is to sunder.”
Mark O'Flynn, The Last Days of Ava Langdon

Virginia Woolf
“It was protective, on her side; sprang from a sense of being in league together, a presentiment of something that was bound to part them (they spoke of marriage always as a catastrophe), which led to this chivalry, this protective feeling which was much more on her side than Sally's.”
Virginia Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway

“¿Qué por qué no tiene usted El Día Del Machito?
Agradezca usted que no lo necesita.
Agradezca que tiene, porque si, los derechos. Que son de todos.
Agradezca que a usted no lo quieran ver arder.
Siga conduciendo. Y cállese la boca.”
Chris Pueyo, El chico de las estrellas
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Núria Añó
“To all the young people who discover they are gay: Don't be afraid to come out of the closet right now.”
Núria Añó